- Dec 7, 2009
Well that's simple enough. The latter is correct and not the former. When people argue against facts that are well established with empirical evidence present, they are for certain wrong. Possibly mentally ill or at least just grossly misinformed and incapable or unwilling to employ rational judgment and utilize critical thinking skills. Or they could just be deceitful, immoral and unethically accepting bribes to further line the pockets of their puppet masters.First off for me is the question of whether it's all a subjective situation, nobody is any more right than anybody else, or if we see a range from rational to mentally ill.