Currently, we are undergoing an information war – what’s real science, who’s opinion is more correct, who do you believe, and has common sense gone by the way-side?
Did you debate in high school or college? In a good debate, you know that you study both sides of any issue.
As a scientist, I can confirm when doing any lab experiment, you repeat the study several times to confirm your conclusions. Today, this is absent in American scientific studies.
As I wrote in this article, I discovered through my aspartame research that foreign studies are more credible than current American studies. The first aspartame safety studies from the 1960s and 1970s showed that aspartame was dangerous to human health; after aspartame’s first FDA approval was pulled in the 1970s, USA studies dropped traditional protocol and the results were tweaked.
As a scientist and as a consumer, I make sure to pay attention to common sense. Common sense is a benchmark for drawing conclusions.
If something doesn’t feel right to you, stop, take your time, and study the situation before making a decision when listening to someone else’s advice – or mandates.
This is good old-fashioned common sense that ALL animals practice.
Slow down, peeps. Take your time studying the things entering your life right now; seek lots of advice before you use your common sense when making important decisions.
Watch out for the wolf in sheep’s clothing – especially in today’s upside down world.
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