Forget critical thinking, they don't even want you to read!
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So, not only do the people who control the media and government not want you to think critically, apparently they would prefer altogether if you weren't able to read. In this video I cover the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization document "Education for Sustainable Development toolkit".

This document was published October 2006 and talks about "sustainable education" which according to the authors essentially means more education is a bad thing.

https://web.archive.org/web/202102192032...ntion.html

https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000152453[Image: UN-Education-thumb.jpg]
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Excellent work, as always.

This helps to explain why libraries across the country have been dumping their books for years. In SF for example, there was a mandate issued that the libraries remove all books published before 1992. Better to have all our knowledge on the internet, where it can be altered, erased, or reduced to emojis, right?

It's interesting that they blame over-consumption on educated populations. Did they ever look into advertising as perhaps, a root cause of this?

Again, great work. Keep the info flowing. You give us much to think about.
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(02-23-2021, 07:09 PM)FritzyRitz Wrote: Excellent work, as always.

This helps to explain why libraries across the country have been dumping their books for years. In SF for example, there was a mandate issued that the libraries remove all books published before 1992. Better to have all our knowledge on the internet, where it can be altered, erased, or reduced to emojis, right?

It's interesting that they blame over-consumption on educated populations. Did they ever look into advertising as perhaps, a root cause of this?

Again, great work. Keep the info flowing. You give us much to think about.
Did they really remove books published before 1992? That is actual insanity. I appreciate it! There's a lot of info that has been out for years like this and people don't even know it exists.
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(02-23-2021, 08:28 PM)theChadChaddington Wrote:
(02-23-2021, 07:09 PM)FritzyRitz Wrote: Excellent work, as always.

This helps to explain why libraries across the country have been dumping their books for years. In SF for example, there was a mandate issued that the libraries remove all books published before 1992. Better to have all our knowledge on the internet, where it can be altered, erased, or reduced to emojis, right?

It's interesting that they blame over-consumption on educated populations. Did they ever look into advertising as perhaps, a root cause of this?

Again, great work. Keep the info flowing. You give us much to think about.
Did they really remove books published before 1992? That is actual insanity. I appreciate it! There's a lot of info that has been out for years like this and people don't even know it exists.

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-...story.html

Half the population at Base Camp was clinically delusional.
-- John Krakauer 1996 Everest Expedition.

Apophenia is : “the tendency to perceive a connection or meaningful pattern between unrelated or random things (such as objects or ideas)”
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(02-23-2021, 09:06 PM)Max Wrote:
(02-23-2021, 08:28 PM)theChadChaddington Wrote:
(02-23-2021, 07:09 PM)FritzyRitz Wrote: Excellent work, as always.

This helps to explain why libraries across the country have been dumping their books for years. In SF for example, there was a mandate issued that the libraries remove all books published before 1992. Better to have all our knowledge on the internet, where it can be altered, erased, or reduced to emojis, right?

It's interesting that they blame over-consumption on educated populations. Did they ever look into advertising as perhaps, a root cause of this?

Again, great work. Keep the info flowing. You give us much to think about.
Did they really remove books published before 1992? That is actual insanity. I appreciate it! There's a lot of info that has been out for years like this and people don't even know it exists.

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-...story.html
Wow, I hadn't actually known that, then again it happened when I was little. That is some craziness honestly. I am not surprised I guess though.
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(02-24-2021, 08:50 AM)theChadChaddington Wrote:
(02-23-2021, 09:06 PM)Max Wrote:
(02-23-2021, 08:28 PM)theChadChaddington Wrote: Did they really remove books published before 1992? That is actual insanity. I appreciate it! There's a lot of info that has been out for years like this and people don't even know it exists.

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-...story.html
Wow, I hadn't actually known that, then again it happened when I was little. That is some craziness honestly. I am not surprised I guess though.

I don't know if you lived in SF at the time. While I used the old main library, I've never been in the new building. The computer terminals are almost always occupied by the homeless, long before the homeless problem became a big issue. They slept in the isles between the stacks, etc. This was never s big problem in the old building, it's an artifact of the new modern one.

SF is so screwed up, it's beyond repair.

Half the population at Base Camp was clinically delusional.
-- John Krakauer 1996 Everest Expedition.

Apophenia is : “the tendency to perceive a connection or meaningful pattern between unrelated or random things (such as objects or ideas)”
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(02-24-2021, 11:18 AM)Max Wrote:
(02-24-2021, 08:50 AM)theChadChaddington Wrote:
(02-23-2021, 09:06 PM)Max Wrote: https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-...story.html
Wow, I hadn't actually known that, then again it happened when I was little. That is some craziness honestly. I am not surprised I guess though.

I don't know if you lived in SF at the time. While I used the old main library, I've never been in the new building. The computer terminals are almost always occupied by the homeless, long before the homeless problem became a big issue. They slept in the isles between the stacks, etc. This was never s big problem in the old building, it's an artifact of the new modern one.

SF is so screwed up, it's beyond repair.
No I have been there but never lived there. I would sooner kill myself lol.
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