Your last point has nothing to do with what the study is looking at. While you're at it though, what percentage of people in the 90th do you think are altruistic? We didn't take into account how often each group clips their toenails per month, but you know what, when you really understand science you don't have to.
It only took fixing the broken parts to get people, and animals, to stop bullying me.
What broken piece of machinery in your head is forcing you to wrongly ASSume that the foreshadowing has to apply to him?
Oh, and you can bet my kid stopped that crap that day.
How'd you get him to do that? Did you bully him?
... is simply alpha dominance rubbish but it's also part of life and nature.
Is it just rubbish? What if bullies help to point out all the children whose bodies are failing as tensegrities?
You cannot get people to think by encouraging them to commit a logical fallacy.
yes, that sounds completely logical and well thought out.
It's interesting that when you get fixed, you feel the same way. Broken people are so cute and funny when they catastrophically over-react to the weight of a fly landing on them. It's very hard not to push their buttons. Like putting a newborn kitten on something slippery, it's just too cute to see the undeveloped struggle with trivialities.
This option works the best, but you have to have some intelligence and the ability to listen to the truth about yourself.
It seems like US society is actively encouraging resolving any conflict with guns rather than with information, evidence and dialogue.
Perhaps if you take some responsability you might be able to teach your child something useful.