Things I Believe, an Unnumbered and Unordered Series

People, including and perhaps especially politicians, need to be allowed to change their mind on something when presented with evidence without being accused of being soft or indecisive or waffling. I believe in hypothesis testing and the Scientific Method and that those principles apply not only to theorems and experiments, but to every day life as we work, individually and collectively to find the best way through.

Corollary: I believe we have to learn to be okay with being wrong, and allow both ourselves and others to be able to admit being wrong without it being perceived as a fault of their character.

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