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3 kinds of bias that shape your worldview | J. Marshall Shepherd
3 kinds of bias that shape your worldview | J. Marshall Shepherd

biases là gì và các Thông tin liên quan đến chủ đề.

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  1. 🐂💩 more 🐂💩 complete 🐂💩 all 🐂💩 incredible 🐂💩 never ending 🐂💩 he is 10 and he still believes in the tooth fairy 🐂💩 climate change ? 🐂💩

  2. Notice (at ~2:40) the survey question is "climate change is mostly due to human activity," while the way Shepherd states it is "humans are contributing to climate change." Obviously. "mostly due to" and "contributing to" are very different constructs.
    Kinda supports the notion that scientists are unreliable.

  3. the ultimate question is how do we appropriate TAX PAYER DOLLARS that provide BOTH immediate and long term benefit to society? There are those who would try to redirect funds away from under supported sectors of our society, ie education, under the smoke screen of climate change to maintain status quo and economic imbalance !!

  4. The whole premise is a strawman. Nobody worth their salt believes mankind does not shape the climate. Where the difference in agreement is in HOW MUCH mankind is shaping the climate.

    Saying your opponents are ignorant or anti science provides globalists the armor to dismiss criticisms of climate change policies as ignorance or anti science.

  5. Cognitive bias: Houston gets 34 inches of rain per year. How much does eastern Montana get? Only 10". People will have the bias that Texas is the desert, not Montana.

  6. From my experience it's usually not that people don't believe in science but that they have doubt in how accurate and truthful the science being shared really is. Just like how someone tells themselves that science is wrong and can prove that by their standards that might be what science also is, a worldwide bias. Believing that science is the one true way and that it can never be wrong is a great example of these 3 biases. I love science and psychology but i'm not going to pretend like it is the one and only truth because when it boils down to it no matter how sure we are of something we can never fully prove that it is true, the only way to 100% be sure is if some all mighty meatball god that has observed our world like an ant farm confirms or denies it, And i don't think that will happen any time soon sadly haha.

  7. I'm looking at the confirmation bias of millions of Americans who refuse to expand their radius in the realm of politics right now in the impeachment trial. My belief is there is corruption on both sides and I believe there is evidence to support it. However, proving it is terribly, terribly difficult because both sides of the aisle have such an enormous confirmation bias that no one is talking to each other about what needs to change.

  8. Scientists are human and can have the same problems. Where should I start on the fallacies in your logic. There has never been an argument that the climate doesn't change. The question has always been what is the causes. There are many factors in the earth's climate that changes weather patterns. Co2 is only
    .006 percent of the atmosphere and even science day it changes all the time. They make models based on assumptions this is why modeling is inaccurate. Saying 90 percent accurate and then giving percentage is accuracy but predictions. 40 percent chance of rain gives wiggle room to say well we didn't mean you were in the 40 percent. Scientists once said the rainforest being deforested would deplete the oxygen levels? Is that an accurate statement today? No. In the 70s they predicted a global ice age in a couple of years. Did that happen? No. There is still not enough data to support man made global warming. Happy solor minimum day.

  9. Cognitive bias is humanities greatest flaw, personally I believe it is the cause of the majority of our problems.
    The scientific method was designed specifically to combat this issue, and look at the leaps forward we have accomplished.
    Imagine if learning how to deal with cognitive bias was addressed in our education, how much better would the world be? How much are we holding ourselves back due to the majority of people not even knowing these problems exist within our own minds?

  10. He gives polls at the beginning about the differences between scientists and the public on climate change, then spends the rest of the video explaining why you really shouldn’t trust them—-But doesn’t appear to realize it.


  11. I know I have bias. At least that way I can manage it. The moron most susceptible to bias is the one that thinks he is above it all – that his bias is the ultimate in objectivity – like this speaker and like people who want to spook you about ooooooo “global warming” – It is going to kill us all in 12 years! OMG! We better install the Green New Deal and destroy the economy and kill all the cows to save ourselves!

  12. This guy is absolutely 100% correct. I to have been recently been observing a ton of this bias thinking in politics. Clearly one side is throwing out ideas and spreading and ideology that is completely illogical and will not increase living standards for most people. But the ignorance or bias of the people only having one perspective and not really educated on the true reality at hand allows them to believe in the crap since it makes them feel better emotionally.

  13. What shapes perceptions about science? How about the fact that most science is funded by government, and goverment has agendas….

  14. I found three JoJo references in this video
    1. Do you believe in gravity?
    2. I'm meteorologist aka weather report
    3. Will it rain for my daughter's wedding? Yes, snails and poisonous frogs

  15. An independent audit of the key temperature dataset that is being used by climate models has exposed more than 70 problems with the data which render it “unfit for global studies.” Problems include zero degree temperatures in the Caribbean, 82 degree C temperatures in Colombia and ship-based recordings taken 100km inland. The audit has concluded that the studies are deliberately exaggerating temperatures to support a theory of global warming utilizing global averages that are far less certain than what is being forecast.
    The audit has revealed “that climate models have been tuned to match incorrect data, which would render incorrect their predictions of future temperatures and estimates of the human influence of temperatures.” Furthermore, the Paris Climate Agreement adopted 1850-1899 averages as “indicative” of pre-industrial temperatures is “fatally flawed.” The entire Paris Climate Agreement has an agenda to eliminate effectively the advancement of society and attempt to reset the clock to the pre-Industrial Revolution. This entire theory that before the Industrial Revolution, our planet’s atmosphere was somehow pristine and uncontaminated by human-made pollutants has been also proven to be completely bogus.

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