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Be a Skeptic
Be skeptical. If something does not seem correct, then doubt it until you can verify its authenticity. This includes what your Taekwondo instructor may tell you, and it certainly applies to what you may read in TKDTutor.com. Fools are seldom skeptical; skeptics are seldom fooled.
Just because an "expert" says something is true does not make it true. During the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates about 150 years ago, after a long speech by Stephen Douglas that was filled with inaccuracies, Lincoln asked the audience, "How many legs would a horse have if you called his tail a leg?" "Five" called out some of the onlookers. "Four" replied Lincoln, "Calling a tail a leg doesn't make it true."
When asked to believe a claim, demand empirical evidence of the claim that may checked or independently verified. If there is no evidence, apply logic and reason to the claim. If there is no evidence to support the claim and the claim is not reasonable or logical, then the claim is probably false.
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