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Japan's super-volcano could kill millions
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ
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02-14-2018 06:32 AM

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Post: #31
RE: Japan's super-volcano could kill millions
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-14-2018 06:24 AM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-14-2018 04:41 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-14-2018 04:05 AM)
where's the thread about the cyclone?

that is a very good question.. as you can see there are much more important topics that help divide and inflame the forum..

but the once upon a time.. sort of good feeling CT slanted community commenting in a non partisan way .. posting the news, the tracks , data whatever..

learning the nature of big destructive systems..

those day are long gone.. the cyclone threads last for 24 hours and unpinned before landfall these days.

but aid the division and whataboutary... only now
SAD!

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Are you for real? Pot, meet kettle.

you too !

both sides are the same !

never gets old does it?


ok ,we have a few different ploys at play with these little jabs.

this is a very old favorite
chuckle

Quote:bandwagon
You appealed to popularity or the fact that many people do something as an attempted form of validation.

The flaw in this argument is that the popularity of an idea has absolutely no bearing on its validity.
If it did, then the Earth would have made itself flat for most of history to accommodate this popular belief.

Example: Shamus pointed a drunken finger at Sean and asked him to explain how so many people could believe in leprechauns if they're only a silly old superstition. Sean, however, had had a few too many Guinness himself and fell off his chair.


this one being the repeating favorite on the menu of Trump's exclusive personality politic erreur logique du jour.!
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enjoy your meal
Yak
Quote:tu quoque
You avoided having to engage with criticism by turning it back on the accuser - you answered criticism with criticism.

Pronounced too-kwo-kwee. Literally translating as 'you too' this fallacy is also known as the appeal to hypocrisy. It is commonly employed as an effective red herring because it takes the heat off someone having to defend their argument, and instead shifts the focus back on to the person making the criticism.

Example: Nicole identified that Hannah had committed a logical fallacy, but instead of addressing the substance of her claim, Hannah accused Nicole of committing a fallacy earlier on in the conversation.

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Post: #32
RE: Japan's super-volcano could kill millions
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-14-2018 06:32 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-14-2018 06:24 AM)
Are you for real? Pot, meet kettle.

you too !

both sides are the same !

never gets old does it?


ok ,we have a few different ploys at play with these little jabs.

this is a very old favorite
chuckle

Quote:bandwagon
You appealed to popularity or the fact that many people do something as an attempted form of validation.

The flaw in this argument is that the popularity of an idea has absolutely no bearing on its validity.
If it did, then the Earth would have made itself flat for most of history to accommodate this popular belief.

Example: Shamus pointed a drunken finger at Sean and asked him to explain how so many people could believe in leprechauns if they're only a silly old superstition. Sean, however, had had a few too many Guinness himself and fell off his chair.


this one being the repeating favorite on the menu of Trump's exclusive personality politic erreur logique du jour.!
Heartflowers

enjoy your meal
Yak
Quote:tu quoque
You avoided having to engage with criticism by turning it back on the accuser - you answered criticism with criticism.

Pronounced too-kwo-kwee. Literally translating as 'you too' this fallacy is also known as the appeal to hypocrisy. It is commonly employed as an effective red herring because it takes the heat off someone having to defend their argument, and instead shifts the focus back on to the person making the criticism.

Example: Nicole identified that Hannah had committed a logical fallacy, but instead of addressing the substance of her claim, Hannah accused Nicole of committing a fallacy earlier on in the conversation.

Don't even have enough honesty to admit you're a hypocrite. Of course that is very well known. If a left wing rag tells you water is dry, the next day you would be here telling us Trump dried out the water and the Nazis think it's OK whilst He-man crashes his face into your ass from following too close.

You too Lmao
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ
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02-14-2018 08:46 AM

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Post: #33
RE: Japan's super-volcano could kill millions
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-14-2018 08:33 AM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-14-2018 06:32 AM)
you too !

both sides are the same !

never gets old does it?


ok ,we have a few different ploys at play with these little jabs.

this is a very old favorite
chuckle



this one being the repeating favorite on the menu of Trump's exclusive personality politic erreur logique du jour.!
Heartflowers

enjoy your meal
Yak

Don't even have enough honesty to admit you're a hypocrite. Of course that is very well known. If a left wing rag tells you water is dry, the next day you would be here telling us Trump dried out the water and the Nazis think it's OK whilst He-man crashes his face into your ass from following too close.

You too Lmao

chuckle

Quote:strawman
You misrepresented someone's argument to make it easier to attack.

By exaggerating, misrepresenting, or just completely fabricating someone's argument, it's much easier to present your own position as being reasonable, but this kind of dishonesty serves to undermine honest rational debate.

Example: After Will said that we should put more money into health and education, Warren responded by saying that he was surprised that Will hates our country so much that he wants to leave it defenceless by cutting military spending.

oh you guys love this one too.. you too

especially when caught out using it.

..then the knee-jerk reaction is to flail around madly accusing everyone else of creating these arguments.

we all can see how cyclical arguments work you know?
it doesn't take a genius of any stability to realize repetition has this residual numbing effect on a subject.


OK this is fun!
come on.. lets see if you can layer yet another logical fallacy

they stack you know?

of course you know that.
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