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Published 1 year ago with 6 Comments
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  • Businessman
    +5

    Yes, I noticed that... That why my Facebook list contains very few "friends". It wasn't really necessary though, (at least for me) for a scientific study to prove me that.

  • archmagician
    +5

    I think they talked about this study on QI recently. I've added the link

  • ToadalDisaster
    +5

    The reason they are wise is because anyone can project their own meaning onto them. They have a universality that makes them immediately accessible to smart and dumb alike. Meaning is not a universal constant to which there is a singular authority.

    How the hell did the quantify what as bullshit and not? Plenty of worthwhile statements out of context become bullshit. Also interesting they did no comparison with marketing language.

  • Appaloosa
    +4

    A scientific study that uses bullshit receptivity as a variable for data!

  • leweb
    +4

    As Cicero said once, "vir prudens non contra ventum mingit"

  • AdelleChattre
    +3

    Wait one cotton-picking minute! What's so wrong with conspiracy theories, the paranormal or alternative medicine (when it's all you can afford)?

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