Question everything but this statement
The piece started with a girl looking at a butterfly. A few days later it was a small Alice from Wonderland. Then about a week later she was inspecting a miniature version of herself.
“Do not indoctrinate your children. Teach them how to think for themselves, how to evaluate evidence, and how to disagree with you.”
– Richard Dawkins
“Question everything but this statement” is a a follow up to the controversial piece “Enjoy the real thing”, which was removed from U.Pihl.Huset on the 4th of January 2017.
Why people are reluctant to look at facts.
Facts don't convince people. It's better to appeal to people's sense of tribal unity.Edit #2: Several people have objected to the imagery of "tribal" in the video. You're absolutely right, and I see how the imagery can take away from the message. I was trying to symbolize "cavemen," but I just suck at drawing. My apologies. It was never meant to symbolize Native American tribes.Edit #1: Well, this video has blown up! And a lot of people have asked for citations to studies. Here are some of the studies I referenced in the video. The brain and political beliefshttps://phys.org/news/2016-12-hard-wired-brain-circuitry-political-belief.html UNC study on “backfire effect”https://www.unc.edu/~fbaum/teaching/articles/PolBehavior-2010-Nyhan.pdf Less empathy towards “other” groupshttps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/06/090630173815.htm
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