Jason Bermas

Reality Rants With Jason Bermas | Who Wants To Be A Cyborg The DARPA Edition

Delving into Cybernetics and DARPA

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Charles-Louis Louis Labianco
1 month ago

Pure Logic–“Attack” is to physically try to damage or destroy an animal life form, which includes humans. “Criticize” is to verbally describe the positive or negative features of an animal life form or an inanimate life form such as art, buildings, furniture, governmental programs, governmental decision making; statements that people make, made in the aural media or in the written media. To criticize a person, hiser personality is termed, in logic, “arguments against the “wo-man”. ( a man or woman ). Those are not logical in terms of defeating the false logic that such a wo-man presented. My words of wisdom are : “Out of the mouths of wise wo-men can come words of foolishness; out of the mouths of foolish wo-man can come words of wisdom.” So, the fact that the person who spoke those words is a “fool” or a “wise person” is irrelevant. The only thing of importance are hiser words. Deal only with those words. Criticize only the logic of those words and their relationship to reality. When we criticize anyone’s words, we are obviously not “attacking” the person nor “criticising” the person, the personality. We are only criticizing the logic or illogic of their words. If you agree or disagree with my words, then send me an email declaring such an opinion. [email protected]