Photographer, Public Speaker, and Writer in Villa de las Flores, Mexico
Hi everyone! I work as a linguistic scientist in the fields of information technology and education as well as an educator and a professor.
Besides of working as a linguistic scientist, I also spend time doing research on the fields of education, humanities, finance, math, sociology, and biblical scholarship.
I love pondering meaning from nature visible structures. As a thinker, I enjoy providing thought-provoking insights; as an artist, I delight creating captivating beauty.
Some of my passions are books, computers, travelling, drawing, writing, science, poetry, culture, history, astronomy, cosmology, physics, law, trade, folklore, so on and so forth.
Here there are some important ideas and insights that can help us to avoid deception in the art of reasoning as well as in everyday life matters. The following are suggested as tools for testing arguments and detecting fallacious or fraudulent arguments:
Wherever possible there must be independent confirmation of the facts.
Encourage substantive debate on the evidence by knowledgeable proponents of all points of view.
Arguments from authority carry little weight (in science there are no "authorities").
Spin more than one hypothesis - don't simply run with the first idea that caught your fancy.
Try not to get overly attached to a hypothesis just because it's yours.
Quantify, wherever possible.
If there is a chain of argument every link in the chain must work.
Occam's razor - if there are two hypotheses that explain the data equally well choose the simpler.
Feel free to contact me about any subject or matter; just, drop me a mail and I will get back to you as quickly as possible.
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