I have been writing about perception misaligning with reality for a long time — since 2005 when my first book was published, and multiple times here.
My undergraduate thesis was on the topic, after all, and it is something I know well.
After all, my book through A Dangerous Woman Story Studio Dr. Verity Lake’s Journey of a Thousand Revelations studies the phenomenon, and her signature course is Truth, Perception, and the Nature of Reality.
So the Atlantic’s inferior copy of my musings were of interest to me.
Reading and listening to this ignorant bullshit from oblivious motherfuckers reminded me why journalism needs an alternative.
Because journalism is akin to reading a medical book, and then deciding that you can now be a doctor.
That’s what we have, and that’s not acceptable.
Chaser is empirical. It is more than just an art or craft — but an actual science.
And when I read bullshit from the Atlantic, it makes me more determined to combat their kind of cancerous garbage that pollutes the information stream to do it in a more professional way…