Good point — I agree on two counts.
(1) Same risk even with Snopes, only advantage is it not not attached to any particular campaigning issue or ideology so far as I have been able to tell over many years — even if it is sometimes wrong. (Was using the pejorative “antivaxxer” terminology because that was the default line…
Good to see the idea of “safe space for learning” properly rehabilitated from those recent PC concerns around “no-platforming” of controversial speakers in learning institutions. This is what safe-spaces are really about — places to fail, make a fool of yourself, without longer term risks http://www.psybertron.org/archives/9508
Ha. Obviously incomplete (like anything of finite size).
And, yes I do know the GVM and Spiral models (Also Pirsig MoQ). It’s possible to overlay most of these on each other — which is how you can tell they are mostly right, and none need to be “prescriptive” just valuable. (I’ll find you links to those elsewhere in my blog.)