Minimus: True versus not true. I don’t care what you believe or don’t believe. If it’s true than it’s true. If it’s not, it’s not.
This is from a person who thinks that "there was a conspiracy to make sure Trump wouldn’t remain President" across different states, despite the facts that there were not thousands of illegal votes found in any of those states. As Dave Wasserman, House editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, told USA TODAY-
"The case for Trump having won the election is so preposterous that the only explanation is that the losing side does not like the results..."
And no, I am not here to argue the election. I am just saying that humans do not abide by "If it’s true than it’s true. If it’s not, it’s not."
Waton, I think you miss my point. Humans don't limit "truth" to objective facts tied to science, like the degree or intensity of heat present in our sun as expressed according to a comparative scale.
Just the very asking of what "truth" is leads to subjectivity.