These Are Not the Facts You’re Looking For

Why sometimes the truth doesn’t really matter

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Some facts are obvious, indisputable: a car is red. A triangle has three corners. A ball went up and then came down.

This is the language of toddlers. Simple, to the point. Observable. Measurable. And, in some cases, axiomatic — the very definition of a triangle is a shape with three corners.



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Jack Luna

Straight white American male with three eyes and a golden pen. Find me on Twitter @JackLunaWrites