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This answer to " Have prior U.S. Presidents used executive actions to change immigration policy " contains two halves: Analysis of prior executive actions on immigration policy (full disclosure: I d …
asked Nov 23 '14 by user5341
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For example, the question asks "Does X happen" (often, where X happening is not controversial and nobody ever is even skeptical about it happening). The body instead poses the actual notable claim th …
asked Aug 21 '14 by user5341
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I have observed in the past moderators closing the question because it is not notable enough, specifically posted on blog/social media that doesn't show much viewership. However, others seem to be co …
asked Jul 7 '15 by user5341
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Do "nightshades" and tomatoes cause inflammation? is a question that is based on a stated opinion of a supermodel. On one hand, it's likely that a lot of people know of that opinion, coming from a s …
asked Feb 22 '16 by user5341
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Does Islam lead to higher crime rates? Why was it re-opened? It seems to have no notable claim evidence at all (and any notable knowledge on the subject is 100% contradictory to the claim, what wi …
asked Jan 12 '15 by user5341
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I was reading a Meta question about "Flat Earth" question, and the answers (at least one) seem to be predicated on a time constraint: Several people believe (note present tense) the claim I thin …
asked Jul 7 '15 by user5341
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the site's stated mission of "applying scientific skepticism". Even if they can be falsified in a convincing manner, there's nothing "science" about their scope. They are very frequently posted in …
answered May 8 '15 by user5341
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Can a notable claim be made based on a URL of an article, even if meaningful information differs between the URL and the actual claim in the article text? This just came up as a topic in comments, an …
asked Feb 22 '16 by user5341
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Example : Did Nazis use alternatives to Zyklon B? On one hand, it's NOT notable, by any stretch ("according to my dad"). On the other hand, it's already well-answered, a while back. So the main reas …
asked Jul 7 '15 by user5341
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This question: Did Bernie Sanders never "earn a steady paycheck" before 40? Makes for a nice NHQ fodder, due to the topic. Except the "claim" it cites is 100% strawman. The question's "claim" - whi …
asked Feb 22 '16 by user5341
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So, I just read an article (on cracked.com) that has between 20 and 100 claims, depending on how granular one goes, most of which at first glance seem interesting enough to want to test them for accur …
asked Apr 24 '18 by user5341
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At the risk of offending EVERYONE of all political spectrums, should we really accept tweets by Trump as "notable" without explicit evidence that people actually believe them and don't just treat them …
asked Dec 16 '16 by user5341
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can be falsified in a convincing manner, there's nothing "science" about their scope. They are trivia. As OP noted, nothing meaningful changes based on the claim's correctness. They have about the …
answered May 8 '15 by user5341