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    Hey, I’m going to be around on Discord today if you want to discuss:
    https://www.wikitribune.com/article/92286/

    It might be good for you and Robert Vogel to meet up there in real-time to try to reach some kind of accommodation.

    My biggest issue with the piece is that it doesn’t appear to be heading towards an actual news report of any kind. It’s a (confusing) essay so far, at best.

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      “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” –Buckminster Fuller

      Thank you Jimmy, This is an example of a general case that I signaled in “Please tell us a better way to combat Fake News than sharing this story?” Fact-checking being limited to the Second Degree of Clarity of The Wealth of Nations which has been operating beyond its useful life is evidence not opinion that’s the result of the heuristic methodology of systems architecting. This is the issue, not my difference with Robert.

      To make it a case similar to the one of Robert, I updated “Fact check: Sen Dianne Feinstein ‘s claims about repealing the Affordable Care ( https://www.wikitribune.com/article/92371/ ), with an action that says “Fact Checking might be reliable, but invalid. Obama Care is unsustainable solution to a Wicked problem under the Simplistic Globalization Model that is made obsolete by the Updated Globalization Conceptual Model that requires the application of the heuristic methodology of systems architecting to help emerge a health care institutional innovation.” I should have added that repealing Obama Care will result in an even more unsustainable health care.

      The issue has to do with my articles and projects. Robert’s help has been great to help make salvable my first article “A neither #Brexit, nor #Bremain, #EU28 wide referendum scenario” to which you said “It is unclear to me how to improve this and turn it into a neutral piece… If I understand it, it is an opinion piece advocating for a Europe-wide referendum to “decentralize” the EU. I don’t have a view on that, it might be a great idea, but opinion pieces don’t belong on WikiTribune.”

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