What Is The Last Thing I Learned?

The last thing I learned is that the last thing I was supposed to have learned might be true or it might be a well-packaged package of lies and that revelation led me to the following:

Learning is an essential part of life, and it can be difficult to determine if the last thing we learned was true or not.

To ensure that we are learning the truth, it is important to take a critical approach to learning. This means questioning what we learn and researching further to verify its accuracy. Additionally, seeking out multiple sources of information can help us gain a better understanding of the topic at hand and make sure that what we are learning is accurate. and reliable.

The Method of Thinking known as “Critical Thinking” is a systematic and thoughtful process for making judgments about the strengths and limitations of arguments and conclusions. It is a way for us to practice our most proficient thinking skills.

This type of critical thinking can be done in many different ways, with each having its own set of strengths and weaknesses. However, the method most commonly used by students today is multiple-reasoning or the five W’s: who, what, when, where, why-and-how.

The method of questioning called “The 5 W’s is also called “The Inverted Pyramid” and is a device traditionally used by honest journalists wishing to present the news without embellishing it with personal opinions — a habit also known as “Editorializing.”

There was a time when honest journalists did their level best to present “Straight News” (Just the facts and the details, please) without any colorization to make it more interesting.

Actually, when I was a younger man, most publications and media forbade their journalists and reporters from editorializing unless they labeled their presentations as “Editorials.”

In today’s highly-biased world, it is nearly impossible to find supposed “News” that is not editorialized. Impersonally objective news is hard to find in the times in which we are living and almost everything that is presented to us as news is, in fact, biased to a very high degree … trying to convince us to adopt someone else’s point of view.

—As I have already said, “Learning is an essential part of life, but it is important to remember that not everything we hear is true. Sometimes, such as in Politics, almost nothing we hear is true in many cases.

It is important to question and verify the information we receive before believing it. This can help us avoid the dangers inherent in believing, without questioning, everything that we hear.

It goes without saying that in our hectic world or hyper-activity everywhere, it would be a herculean task to verify “Everything” we hear but if we are to make sure we are not deceived, it is well worth the time to make the effort anyway.

We must be aware of our own biases and preconceived notions when learning new information. We should also be open to different perspectives and consider all sides of an argument before forming our own opinion. By doing this, we can ensure that our learning process is based on facts rather than assumptions or hearsay.

—With the amount of information available to us today, it can be difficult to find the time to research and learn everything we hear.

We are constantly bombarded with new information from a variety of sources, making it hard to keep up. Fortunately, there are ways to make learning easier and more efficient.

By utilizing technology such as AI-powered tools and online courses, we can quickly gain knowledge on any topic without having to spend hours researching.

Additionally, by taking advantage of resources such as podcasts and blogs, we can stay up-to-date on the latest trends in our field without having to dedicate too much time or energy. Learning doesn’t have to be a daunting task; with the right tools and resources, it can be an enjoyable experience.

Like they used to tell me when I was still in school, learning is a never-ending experience. But from all the evidence that I have seen, the American Right-Wing radicals either have never learned this or have refused, out of pure ignorance and laziness to do anything about it for themselves.

3 thoughts on “What Is The Last Thing I Learned?

  1. Good post, Thank you. Just a note; to clarify my newest post, I had to edit it, adding this statement:
    Corruption is across the board; FBI, CIA, DHS, and now pouring billions into Ukraine, etc, has resulted in an emasculated America.

    Much of Bridgett’s talk is outdated; however the basis of her concern remains unchanged, no border security, and our own rules are working against us.


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