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Beliefs should be like fluid entities within the mind, some malleable and doubtful, others more viscous and certain. But feeling certain should never be confused with being incontestable. Once a belief is allowed to solidify, it becomes like a shackle on the mind, inhibiting exploration, learning and growth. A fluid mind should never allow a belief to be so hardened that it is beyond rational scrutiny. A fluid mind always invites rational examination upon even its most cherished convictions.

Random Quote:

“We should be skeptical of everything. If you are a skeptic, it just means you've made the decision to try your best to think clearly and to ask questions and to challenge everything. There's nothing out of bounds for asking questions. If you care anything about truth and reality then everything is fair game, and should be. That's why science is so great, because everything is open to challenge—everything. All a good scientist cares about is trying to be right and trying to figure out reality. They don't care about, necessarily, being loyal to some scientist who found out something a hundred years ago. In fact, it's even better for your career if you can tear that guy down. That's why science works so well. That's why you go board an airplane—a product of science—when you want to go somewhere rather than get on a flying carpet or wish for it or something like that. Science works.”

—Guy P. Harrison