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I am toying with a theory I’d like your feedback on.
The world is ever increasingly run on math and science. So, people who can master math and science have an ever-increasing amount of power and influence. Conversely, people who can’t do math or science are losing power and influence and have now gotten to the point that they feel subjugated to the math and science “masters”.
For several years, we’ve seen efforts to re-balance the power by getting more races and women into math and science. The whole idea of promoting STEM to girls and minorities is about that. But the efforts never really worked as well as hoped. Thus, we have developments like the Damore blow up at Google.
So now, instead of revering math and science as knowledge necessary to understand and operate in a complex world, we are seeing a movement to change the world into one where math and science aren’t in charge. So it’s like saying “We are giving up on ever being able to understand those things, ...

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Can I just say, I am so so grateful to have found this community. I was losing my mind on Twitter. I've self-censored practically everything on Facebook. Who knows how long we can count on YouTube. I was getting a bit concerned for the future of the whole internet experiment, what with the big companies all but owning us.

I'm not a fringe person by any means and I'm usually the last to find out about the cool new place to be. I stay to myself and try to raise my family in peace. These days, the world is spinning out of control and it's so hard to find people to talk to because it seems like everyone's scared to say the "wrong" thing.

So I guess this is my "Hello!" to you all. I'm just happy to be here.

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