Skeptics and deniers

Skeptics don’t trust the new information they learn. They will take their time to establish the credibility of these newly learned “facts” before they can believe them. Deniers, on the other hand, reject anything they learn from external sources. They believe that only their opinions are true. They normally assume the role of a prosecutor, preacher, or politician, whereas a skeptic is a prime example of a scientist.

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