Contrary to popular belief, what's not a bad thing?
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The lack of respect and open-mindedness in political discussions may be due to affective polarization, the belief those with opposing views are immoral or unintelligent. Intellectual humility, the willingness to change beliefs when presented with evidence, was linked to lower affective polarization. spsp.org/news-center/blog…
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Despite more than 12 years of data supporting HPV vaccine being safe and effective against genital warts and cancer, a new study found that Facebook posts help facilitate the belief that HPV vaccine is dangerous to health, with nearly 40% of posts about HPV vaccine amplifying a perceived risk. showme.missouri.edu/2021/…
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When your "religious" beliefs don't save you... v.redd.it/1k62988zkg861
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Guys my dad is no longer transphobic. It was my birthday today and he got me this gift. I cried my eyes out. He chose me over his beliefs. This is what the shirt looks like from the front and back. Im pre-T and got a long way to go, its nice to know that I got support from my family❀️
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Researchers discover people’s endorsement of hegemonic masculinity β€” the belief that men are dominant, tougher, more powerful, or high status β€” predicts their support for Donald Trump in the 2016 and 2020 elections (regardless of gender, political party, trust in the government, race, or education). inverse.com/mind-body/psy…
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None of their ideas or beliefs are libertarian. We need to stop this.
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[Rappaport] Source: #Packers standout LT David Bakhtiari suffered a season-ending knee injury today in practice. The belief is that he tore his ACL. Just crushing. twitter.com/RapSheet/stat…
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β€œComparison is the thief of joy”. Relative deprivation, the belief that your situation is worse than others, or that others are doing better than you, can trigger anger and resentment, and is associated with risk taking behavior like gambling. Having hope for the future is protective against this. uea.ac.uk/news/-/article/…
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Based beyond belief
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Gatekeeping someone else’s religious beliefs
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"Please return to your service of satan in your ignorant belief that you're right!!!" v.redd.it/ev8slb3yhra61
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TIL: Tibetan Monks spend weeks/months carefully "pouring" colored sand to make a very detailed and complex museum-worthy artwork that is known as the "Sand Mandala". Once complete, these intricate paintings are then ritualistically destroyed and that symbolizes the Buddhist belief of impermanence. ancient.eu/article/1052/t…
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Is it possible with ancient cultures that we are falsely misled to think they took their beliefs entirely seriously? I.E similar to someone in 3000 years discovering all our Santa decor...

I have always been troubled that there is a lack of humor possibilities without tonal context in reviewing ancient culture. Have we not considered that some of it - maybe cat statues, are just ancient memes or were a gag?

Edit: are there any examples of this where historians later realized β€œoh that was kind of a joke...”

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People with beliefs in conspiracy theories have a cognitive bias known as the jumping to conclusion (JTC) bias, the tendency to perform hasty decisions based on little evidence, and a preference for an intuitive general thinking style, as opposed to analytical thinking. frontiersin.org/articles/…
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Source: #Packers standout LT David Bakhtiari suffered a season-ending knee injury today in practice. The belief is that he tore his ACL. Just crushing. twitter.com/RapSheet/stat…
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Guys my dad is no longer transphobic. It was my birthday today and he got me this gift. I cried my eyes out. He chose me over his beliefs. This is what the shirt looks like from the front and back. Im pre-T and got a long way to go, its nice to know that I got support from my family❀️ reddit.com/gallery/ktfzn4
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What's the most false/weird financial belief you've heard by friends/family/coworkers?

For me a coworker didn't want to open a RESP for his 3 kids because he thought the government would seeze his money whenever they wanted (and at the same time spend an average of 15 000$ a year on sports bets).

Also had a coworker who didn't want to invest any money into stocks such as diversified ETF (like VEQT), because "what if all the stock markets of the world goes to 0$", to which I usually reply that in that case money has no value anymore and only bottled water, canned foods and bullets have value.

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Contrary to popular incel belief, women do NOT want to date assholes.
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As interactions increasingly take place online, people find information that confirms their existing beliefs, making them less willing to listen to alternatives. This exacerbates filter bubbles and explains why public debates become polarized as people become impervious to opposing arguments. mpib-berlin.mpg.de/press-…
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Atheism Doubles Among Generation Z | I found this 2018 research on belief diversity among generations and I think it's pretty interesting. It shows the decay of religiosity among generations and gives an idea of what the future might look like (a nonreligious rational world). We're on the right path barna.com/research/atheis…
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LPT: Never hold 100% to any belief that you are absolutely sure of . always leave atleast a 1% chance to question your belief in light of new information

Chances are that if you starts to question something , there would be so much evidence for the belief that you are holding that you would rightly reject the supposed new information which may or may not be true and just a plain rumor

Eg Flat Earth ... There is so many evidence in favour of the earth not flat that no new rumor or any new conspiracy theory will hold

EDIT This Blew Up . I agree this is something not a LPT and should be obvious from get go ... but for the last month faced us with scenario where some of my friend lack of open mindedness left us with terrible loss. Many people I know just dont want to listen and act a dangerous precedent ... As long as you are willing to rationalize and use mind you would be comapartively less to get caught in cult mentality .....

I think Just having an Acceptance that this might be something true even I am sure of the other and do your own research and with enough evidence claim or reject something is what is required

EDIT 2 The obvious LPT definately is more in the context of everyday life and situations. Obviously there are accepted facts that Holocaust Happened , moon revolves around the sun , earth is not flat etc which have Something we Have large amount of evidence that supports it

EDIT 3 I think If there is something that you heard on fb and a new conspiracy theory , its definately have a higher chance that you would reject that because there is nothing that would support that unfounded claim

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YSK that Sikh temples can provide a free meal, a safe place, or a temporary shelter if your ever need it. Anyone can visit the temple irrespective of their native language, sexual orientation or religious beliefs. Above all, they will never try to convert you.

Why YSK: If you ever need any of these things, just look for the nearest Sikh temple. While you’re there, please respect their culture and cover your hair while you’re in the prayer hall or in β€œlangar” hall. A langar hall is where the food is served. If you like you can also volunteer to help in the kitchen and elsewhere.

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I'm fed up beyond belief with plumbers who want $2000 for a water heater replacement. How feasible is it to install one myself (I'm an EE)?

Would I need anything other than:

  • Pipe Cutters

  • Flexible Hose

  • Plumbers Tape

My last one worked for 33 years without an expansion tank, and I have no PRV. I have a drain in the floor right next to the water heater.

Edit: Gas Water heater

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Dogmatic people are characterised by a belief that their worldview reflects an absolute truth and are often resistant to change their mind, for example when it comes to partisan issues. They seek less information and make less accurate judgements as a result, even on simple matters. ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/nov/d…
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cultural and/or religious beliefs causing hypocrisy in an uncommon business
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when I was younger, I used to really despise religious beliefs because I was told before that I'm a sinner, that Allah hates me that I'm a disappointment and that my sexuality is a disease in the eyes of Allah. I'm still an atheist but I've definitely come to terms with religion.
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Roy Keane on Bielsa's style of playing: "I love it, I think it's brilliant. Sport is entertainment, that's what they did today. They had a lesson from Man Utd today. But overall, his belief is what makes him a great coach, I think they will stay in the PL." streamable.com/25h3d1
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TIL the belief Christians "preserved" the learning of the ancient world during the Dark Ages is a massive overexaggeration. Far from preserving it, Christians are among "the major reasons for the loss of classical texts"

According to scholars Reynolds and Wilson (2013):

>Many influential clergy disliked equally the unbelievers and the classical Greek literature which they studied with enthusiasm, and so the members of Christian communities were advised not to read such books. If this attitude had been adopted by all the clergy it would in due course, as the new religion became universal by the fifth century, have imposed an effective censorship on classical literature; as it is there can be little doubt that one of the major reasons for the loss of classical texts is that most Christians were not interested in reading them, and hence not enough new copies of the texts were made to ensure their survival in an age of war and destruction. But the literary merit of the classical authors was sufficient to tempt some Christians to read them, particularly as there were, at least in the early period, comparatively few Christian literary classics which could be recommended as an acceptable substitute for the traditional texts studied at school.

  • Scribes and Scholars a Guide to the Transmission of Greek and Latin Literature (OUP), p. 48.

β€ŒWe hear too much about how the Christian church "preserved" ancient Greco-Roman learning during the Dark Ages (and yes, contrary to the "new orthodoxy" of ignorant apologists, there was a Dark Ages! See Ward-Perkins, 2006) and "saved" Western civilization. What apologists conveniently forget is this was done selectively and overwhelmingly favored Christian literature to such an extent, classical literature barely survived the Dark Ages.

According to Reynolds and Marshall (1983):

>The copying of classical texts tapered off to such an extent during the Dark Ages that the continuity of pagan culture came close to being severed.

The losses, of course, were substantial, with estimates ranging from 90 to 99%. Scholar G.W. Trompf says 94% of all Latin literature was lost (1973).

The truth is, the apologists are wrong. Far more ancient works were lost due to Christian indifference than actually preserved. Overall, Christianity had a negative influence on the survival of all classical literature, losing much, if not most of the learning of the noble Greeks and Romans.

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Why are beliefs in Norse gods (asatro) and Greek gods considered mythology and not religion?

As far as I'm aware there's really no other difference to them to Christianity, Islam etc. except for numbers.

Asatro believes are well and alive here in Sweden, but for some reason they are considered a mythological group and nobody really takes them seriously, or at least treat them the same as christians or muslims.

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It’s to my understanding that in the Middle Ages, many rural peoples in Europe still continued practices from old pagan religions and incorporated them into Christianity. Did early Muslims also incorporate practices and beliefs from their former religions into Islam? What did it look like?

I should clarify that I’m primarily asking if people who converted to Islam in its early period also carried over rituals and beliefs systems from the pagan religions (primarily Arabia and Central Asia, because unorganized polytheistic β€œpagan” religions were much more widely practiced there) that they were converted from.

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TIL in 1995, an inmΠ°te sued himself for $5 million, saying that he was drunk at the time of the crΡ–me, which caused him to violate his religious beliefs and civil rights by getting arrΠ΅sted. He reasoned that as a ward of state, and unable to work, the state should pay him the money on his account needles.com/learning/blog…
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It is beyond belief you can fly into Scotland stroll out the airport without any tests, checks or quarantine. What makes it even more staggering is our Government are powerless to implement border control & a UKGov who shouted β€œTake Back Control” for years yet aren’t doing it!!!! twitter.com/mstewart_23/s…
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How much of your personal identity is tied to your political beliefs?

Looking for a quick analysis of US political affiliation.

Citizens of other countries are welcome, but please specify where.

Without broadcasting your ideology, how much of your identity is tied into your political beliefs?

Please don't simply say, "my identity is a political statement," as this is a separate question, although it's obvious that different identities would choose certain political ideologies.

I'm more interested in how much your political beliefs affect your life? Do you buy certain products because of your beliefs? Do you pursue or avoid relationships because of them? How much are your apolitical interests and hobbies are affected by your politics?

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AuthRight is asked how his beliefs formed
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New evidence of an illusory 'suffering-reward' association: People mistakenly expect suffering will lead to fortuitous rewards, an irrational 'just-world' belief that undue suffering deserves to be compensated to help restore balance. behaviorist.biz/oh-behave…
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Individuals with depression show a lack of positive bias when it comes to autobiographical memory, which relates to our beliefs about who we are. Recalling positive memories did not boost the number of positive self-statements in depressed people. psypost.org/2021/01/indiv…
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What are the core ideas espoused by the Democratic and Republican parties? How committed is each party to their core beliefs?

As stated in the title:

  • What are the core ideas espoused by the Democratic and Republican parties?

  • How committed are the parties to these ideas? Are they fundamental and relatively stable? Or have they been adopted for purposes of political expedience and can be dropped or adapted as such?

  • How have the core ideas of each party changed over the last 20 years?

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It's not that 'nice guys' finish last, it's men forced into acting nice as a result of them being too weak to stand up for themselves or their beliefs that will never prosper.

There is nothing wrong with being a kind, generous, or caring person. But deciding to be a nice person should be a choice that you make, and not an automatic defense mechanism.

Some people act nice just because they are too weak to withstand even the slightest amount of conflict or confrontation. They are too scared to stand up for their beliefs. They only feel safe when they feel that everyone else likes them.

Don’t become a push over, or you will be taken advantage of. People at work will take full credit for your contributions and girls will use you for free dinners and favors.

When preforming favors for others, ask yourself the question: Am I doing this just to try to make others like me or do I really want nothing back in return?

The actions of a so called β€œnice guy” are often extremely dishonest. By pretending that you are not interested in a woman, and that you are only being nice, you are effectively lying to the woman. There is incongruence between your thoughts, words and actions. This incongruence shows the woman that although you like her, you lack self-confidence, crave her validation, and want an intact ego more than you want her.

In the long run, being a kind person will get you farther than being a jerk, as long as this kindness comes from a place of strength and abundance rather than weakness.

Full Video on Topic: https://youtu.be/hlLxp7PoWSg

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What’s a belief of yours that many people would disagree to?
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What bothers you about makeup (creators, makeup beliefs, beauty community, packaging, etc) It can be anything!

I am bored and lazy on this New Year’s Day, so I thought this would potentially be an interesting post: What bothers you about makeup? It could be things people say about makeup, things about makeup itself, the beauty community, certain beauty companies, etc. It could literally be anything!

Here is mine: can we please stop using the words β€œdupes” and β€œgood for the price” this year.

Dupes: I know β€œdupes” are not quite as popular as they used to be, but I still see a lot of posts and videos about it. It really bothers me when people say a drugstore product is a good β€œdupe” for something. I find it funny that some YouTubers will show two products (one high end and the other a dupe) and the high end product is used to death, but the dupe is hardly touched. If it is truly a dupe, why haven’t they touched it? I’m sorry, but I personally believe that there are no such things as dupes. There may be alternatives or other products that will give off a similar vibe, but it will never be exact.

I went through the whole β€œdupes” phase a few years ago and honestly spent more money than I do now by just buying the high end counterpart. Every so-called β€œdupe” I tried back in the day, never left me satisfied. Sure you may get a similar color, but the formula or other aspects will never be the same. Also, β€œdupe” brands like Makeup Revolution honestly disgust me, as they are blatantly copying other brands’ hard work. It doesn’t matter if they are copying an indie brand or a big label brand, it is not ethical IMO. This reminds me...just because the packaging looks similar, does NOT mean it is a dupe! I hope we can start saying β€œalternatives” or β€œsimilar color/vibe” rather than β€œdupes”

”it is good, for the price”: so these people are basically saying that it is only good for the $5 price tag? So that $50 bronzer is a great product, but that $5 bronzer is also great because of the price? This is just so confusing to me and maybe someone here can explain it.

I absolutely adore high end and luxury makeup, but I have tried some drugstore products that are amazing. For instance, I love the ELF Wow Brow and it is the only fiber eyebrow gel I will buy from now on. I don’t love it because it is a $3 product; I love it because it is a truly great product. If someone says a product is β€œgood, especially for the price,” I am not going to try it out! I personally want to know if a product is good for being genuinely good, not for the cheap price. I hope people can start

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Contrary to the popular belief, the superpowers of Gwyneth Paltrow in Iron Man 3 (2013) weren't created by CGI nor make-up, rather they are a side effects of Goop products.
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The Popular Beliefs of this Subreddit are Not Representative of All 5e Players

This forum consists of a tiny minority of mostly hardcore fans. This subreddit technically has a population of 400,000 members, but the active community is probably, at most, 50,000 people based on the number of active users throughout the week and the most upvoted posts of all time. According to the CEO of Wizards of the Coast, there were approximately 9.5 million active players of D&D 5th Edition as of 2017. That means we make up roughly half a percent of the total player base.

I bring this up to provide some perspective to opinions we often present as established facts like Monk = bad or Sorcerer = bad. The majority of more casual players might not have these opinions. They might not judge the game by the same criteria that hardcore fans do, and so come to different conclusions about their game experiences. For example, they might not care or even know that one option deals 3 DPR more than another option (I know most complaints are more nuanced than this, but I have heard this complaint multiple times).

This is not to say that criticism is bad or that any particular criticism is wrong. I just think the wide and varied audience of the game is one of the reasons WotC pushes the idea that β€œall rules are optional.” So that you feel empowered to change something that doesn’t align with how your particular group plays the game. That’s why I originally joined this forum: so I could learn how to DM better by adjusting the game to better suit my players.

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Bob Myers: I always tell Steph the best attribute he has is unwavering belief in himself. You’d be shocked by the huge amount of insecurity among NBA players. The power the media has over them is enormous - that’s stuff that hits people, especially younger people.

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One of my favorite things about Steph is he has real confidence in his abilities. It’s not fake, it’s real. I always tell him the best attribute you have is unwavering belief in yourself. You’d be shocked by the huge amount of insecurity among NBA players. The power the media has over players is enormous - hearing β€œyou suck” or being ranked in a certain spot - that’s stuff that hits people, especially younger people. You have to fall back on what do I think of myself and my abilities? That’s the only way you’re gonna navigate this.

https://m.soundcloud.com/warriors/bob-myers-nba-radio-121420

Thought that was kind of interesting, I would have assumed 90% of players that make it are absurdly confident and don’t pay attention to the talking heads, but Bob is a former agent and seems to think otherwise.

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