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Over time and repetition opinions become gospel. We hear the same rant over and over and soon it becomes part of society's fabric. Even if it has no basis in truth or fact.

How many book reviews or comments have been made from folks that have never read the book? They simply disagree with the book's purported premise and that's that.


Or, how many people have written long negative (or positive) tirades about systems never heard or techniques never tried?

The obvious candidates are the "can't measure it thus it doesn't exist crowd", but I see it on the other end of the spectrum as well.

I think it behooves us to qualify our opinions so they do not become unsubstantiated gospel. "I've never heard one but the concept seems silly".

Bam! That's a valid opinion properly qualified.

In our modern age of hyper communication, I think it's important to let folks know the basis of our opinions.

It matters.

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