Of course not. A theory proven correct is a correct theory.
Only in science.
In common parlance, a theory is a synonym for hypothesis
So. In the words ‘conspiracy theory’, the theory is referring to a hypothesis.
- A description of an event or system that is considered to be accurate.
Anyway, you’re entitled to believe in whichever theory about theories you prefer.
a proposed explanation whose status is still conjectural and subject to experimentation, in contrast to well-established propositions that are regarded as reporting matters of actual fact.
It’s helpful if we do not cherrypick definitions to fit a particular, yet false narrative.
um … that second one doesn’t work though, does it? The (apparent) circularity depends on certain dubious assumptions being true.
Anyway, I was just laughing at the similarity between “it vaccinates” (which is precisely how the vaccines are now being sold, because nobody can seriously claim anymore that it prevents either infection or harm) and “it’s got electrolytes”.
can’t answer now…
Says a fellow cherry picker!
I assume there’s an implied “except when you’re actually eating”, but it’s hard to know what can safely be assumed these days.
You’re developing a very dark sense of humour, yyy …
Surely they know a song that cringey will have the opposite effect, right? Right?!?
Probably more useful than the jab:
That must sting when it gets in your eyes…