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SimplyLogical New article
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I have written before about flawed logic and it seems that currently, examples of it are rife. This was at one time the preserve of saloon bars up and down the UK, but thanks to the internet is now endemic the world over. A person makes a flawed assumption, thousands take it as a concrete fact, then... Read more
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ze2000 I'm not sure if I'm getting this right. You mean the Government is interested in offering poor education to the british children?
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SimplyLogical @ze2000 Almost. The left wing parties have the opinion that everyone should be given the same opportunities. The problem is that this cannot be a classical, or academic education because not everyone has the ability to take the academic approach. What they do instead is water down the education system (some would say dumbing down) so that everyone is in a lesser system. They would argue that the comprehensive system is as good as the grammar. If that were truly the case, they would not want to abolish grammar schools.
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ze2000 From the moment all children have to stick to the same education programme the system is flawed. A way of controlling the population? Well, a lot of people talk about conspiracy so...
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NyishaHv Isn't it circular reasoning to suggest something 'is' something because of its predicate. For instance a fish isn't the only thing that swims in an ocean. Also by stating something doesn't necessarily make something factual, it could be deemed a synthetic statement.
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NyishaHv Yeah sadly, this is the case a lot of people derive truth from statements that are not tactual and just matters of opinion. Great article by the way.
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SimplyLogical New article
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Not content with getting paid just to sign in, sleeping during debates and generally freeloading their way through life, the House of Lords has now fallen prey to its ego. Yesterday they debated the amendment to the Government's Article 50 bill. Now, for those who don't know, the "Government" mee... Read more
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Borderline In my opinion Lords shouldn't even exist. Nowadays every citizen should be equal!
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SimplyLogical In a regularly organised society there need to be distinctions, or that society will break down. I think there is a general lack of respect nowadays which undermines authority. Without that, you have anarchy. That said, if you are in a position of responsibility, you need to take those responsibilities seriously or you will automatically lose respect. This is of course what is happening with the Lords. All credibility is being lost, along with respect.
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Borderline you're right
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SimplyLogical New article
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Science, particularly in the fields of engineering and medical, has undoubtedly transformed the way we live. We can be in space one day, at the bottom of an ocean the next and can expect to live way beyond three score years and ten due to medical advances in disease prevention and cure. Climate ... Read more
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SimplyLogical New article
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The UK has a new £5 note which, according to the Bank of England, is virtually indestructible. The "Paper" that the note is printed on is essentially a plastic (actually called a polymer) that is said to be able to survive the washing machine, is crease resistant and will have a far longer service ... Read more
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ze2000 I have to say that I hate them XD. Having said that I just can't understand why developed countries still use physical currency.
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Borderline Agree with ze2000
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Bilston I don't like the new.£5 note.
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Sonia You have amused me with this one, SimplyLogical. Great thoughts.
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NyishaHv The new polymer five pound note is apparently tareproof. Cant say i miss the old one. These ones are kind of cool, just seems somewhat pointless. Soon they're going to introduce a polymer £10 note with Jane Austen on it. That'll be interesting to see.
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SimplyLogical New article
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After WWII, the UK decided it was going to be a welfare state and that the well being of its citizens was paramount for future prosperity. There followed a period of intense activity where various safety nets were devised all with the aim of caring for people in times of hardship or ill health. Heal... Read more
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ze2000 I have so many complaints about the NHS... But not about the workers, the problem is the mismanagement and the waste of the institution.
I always heard that NHS was great but nowadays I would barely give it a 5/10, you have pointed out many of the reasons why.
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Ekram Nice article
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Lutfur1 Once it was the national NHS now it's nearly drowning
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SimplyLogical New article
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Modern technology allows us to measure almost anything. You may have a watch which can measure your heartbeat as you go about your normal day, or which measures the number of steps you take and distance traveled. At work, every time you enter some information to a database, there is a time stamp rec... Read more
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Bilston Totally agree.
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Borderline same
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Ekram This is true i agree with you nice article
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Shavkat @Ekram c",)
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SimplyLogical New article
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A couple of years ago, YouGov (nothing to do with the UK Government, despite the name), carried out a survey in which less than 2% of the British population stated that they were of below average intelligence. Given that an equally small number can be said to be highly intelligent, that means the re... Read more
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Borderline I love your articles man
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SimplyLogical Thanks Borderline. Just having a rant :)
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bee I 100% agree with you @SimplyLogical.
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Shavkat @SimplyLogical Nice article
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SimplyLogical New article
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The internet has gone crazy for cats it seems. So here is one of mine. His name is Buttons and he is 2 years old. An interesting fact about cats is that they cannot focus on anything closer than about 6" or 150mm. This is why he looks cross eyed, he is trying to focus on the camera, but it is too... Read more
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Borderline So cute, I love his eyes!
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ze2000 I didn't know about the problem they had to focus. Interesting!
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bee simply beautiful
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Wandrnrose7 Yes, I've seen them go cross-eyed in close up pics. He's pretty. Glad he's feeling better.
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SimplyLogical New article
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The arrogance of the establishment is enough to give you indigestion. What a coincidence that yesterday I wrote an article about political arrogance. Had it been a printed article, the ink would barely have dried when we had another stunning example of the contemptuous arrogance of those in Parliame... Read more
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Borderline agree with all the points
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ze2000 We don't have a democracy, we have a plutocracy were only the interests of a small portion of the population are represented.
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bee so true
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SimplyLogical New article
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We have seen some astonishing displays of arrogance recently in politics. First we had the EU referendum in the UK, where almost no politician thought that the vote would be in favour of leaving and consequently failed to put a coherent argument for either remain or leave. This was quickly followed ... Read more
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Tiggerfantoo the world is starting to turn upside down
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Sonia Very well said, SimplyLogical. I agree with every single word!
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