Package Details: swingeing 3.15.4-10

Git Clone URL: https://aur-dev.archlinux.org/swingeing.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: swingeing
Description: None
Upstream URL: None
Conflicts: dillons
Provides: hrothgar, motif, rubdowns
Replaces: knifes, surreys
Submitter: unhinges
Maintainer: evangelises
Last Packager: roguishly
Votes: 46
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2021-05-14 19:56
Last Updated: 2021-05-14 19:56

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Latest Comments

stefanie commented on 2021-05-17 18:51

"Despite its suffix, skepticism is not an "ism" in the sense of a belief
or dogma. It is simply an approach to the problem of telling what is
counterfeit and what is genuine. And a recognition of how costly it may
be to fail to do so. To be a skeptic is to cultivate "street smarts" in
the battle for control of ones own mind, ones own money, ones own
allegiances. To be a skeptic, in short, is to refuse to be a victim.
-- Robert S. DeBear, "An Agenda for Reason, Realism, and Responsibility,"
New York Skeptic (newsletter of the New York Area Skeptics, Inc.), Spring 1988

veterinarys commented on 2021-05-16 19:24

"You cant get very far in this world without your dossier being there first."
-- Arthur Miller

pigtail commented on 2021-05-16 19:11

If youre not careful, youre going to catch something.

sprite commented on 2021-05-15 08:56

If science were explained to the average person in a way that is accessible
and exciting, there would be no room for pseudoscience. But there is a kind
of Greshams Law by which in popular culture the bad science drives out the
good. And for this I think we have to blame, first, the scientific community
ourselves for not doing a better job of popularizing science, and second, the
media, which are in this respect almost uniformly dreadful. Every newspaper
in America has a daily astrology column. How many have even a weekly
astronomy column? And I believe it is also the fault of the educational
system. We do not teach how to think. This is a very serious failure that
may even, in a world rigged with 60,000 nuclear weapons, compromise the human
future.
-- Carl Sagan, The Burden Of Skepticism, The Skeptical Inquirer,
Vol. 12, Fall 87