Dealing with post-factual information Presented by Inquiring Minds Discussion Group
Topic: Dealing with post-factual information

This topic has popped up multiple times in various forms. Basically, we're talking about the glut of information that is in every form of media that we're familiar with and is rife with misinformation and/or just plain lies. How do we know what's true and what isn't? How do we filter out the garbage? Are we able to set aside our biases and question even that which we think we already know? This should be a very interesting discussion indeed!

If you are interested, a group of us like to go out to lunch afterward. We will wrap up the meeting around noon so you just might be hungry by then.

If anybody can get there early, by around 9:00, I will need help setting up tables and chairs. I'm not supposed to lift anything heavy right now. Much appreciated.

Do some research on your own if you like and find some articles or links to help with the discussion and feel free to post related articles in the comments section on Meetup.

Please go to our Meetup page to RSVP and to see related articles: HSGP Inquiring Minds Meetup.

Hosted by Richard Dewey the first Saturday of each month.

Dealing with post-factual information
January 7th, 2017 9:30 AM   through   11:30 AM

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