Scientific Thinking is not Critical Thinking
Stephen Clouse
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Clarity in thinking, facilitates an ability to express ideas in a manner which can be readily comprehended.

Obfuscation in thinking, produces articles like this one, going round and round and making lots of murky assertions tied mystically to obscure quotes and references, leaving a reader going “huh?”

I see here above neither scientific nor critical thinking, just much bloviative ado about, I guess, something.

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