Why You Won't Win the Argument

How to argue with a scientist: A guide

I have created this handy guide to arguing with a scientist precisely for people like you! I’ve collected the most commonly used phrases and translated them into everyday English, so that the next time you argue with a scientist, you’ll not only better understand their arguments, but you might learn how to make yours better, too.

Only applies to people for whom facts actually matter. But if they do, these are the things that make for more solid support of a position.

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  1. The plural of “anecdote” is not “data,” and data is not information. Homeland Severity, social engineering, economics, psychology… religion. The plural of “anecdote” is “regulation.” “What does not support my imposition makes it stronger.”

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