Dr. Clarence Trausch
Truth vs Error
Logic: reason, rational, fact, truth, certainty, inclusive, open, broad, obvious, free, unbound, educated, calm, clarity, purity, accurate, right, expansive.
Error: Delusion, fantasy, urgency, cloudy, contraction, contamination, mistaken, narrow, wrong, exclusive, limited, faulty.
Truth is made clear by unrestricted access to and welcome of all evidence, and is assisted by openness, education, facts, and synergistic examination. Welcome evidence produced by scientific methods, including replication and consensus.
Error is certain where any of these principles are violated.