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You know exactly how, and you know how I know you know. The key is deciding not to care about getting people a vaccine as much as you care about… other things.

What's this mean?

I’m pretty sure that the entire “not sleeping ‘enough’ makes you stupid” is a 100% psyop

Why would it be a psyop? By who and with what motivation/intention?

1frankybegs1y
I think we can safely infer that that was not to be taken as a serious claim. But by his own logic, it doesn't belong in a post that offers itself for citation!

and notice that I am surprised

Well yes, I think that would be implied by the shock

What sources do you have for growth mindset being debunked?

2FlippingRed1y
I came across this article a few years back that explains the issue with it. https://aeon.co/essays/schools-love-the-idea-of-a-growth-mindset-but-does-it-work [https://aeon.co/essays/schools-love-the-idea-of-a-growth-mindset-but-does-it-work]  Along with that there have been some reports that it appears to be successful, though more studies need to show. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/debate-arises-over-teaching-growth-mindsets-to-motivate-students/ [https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/debate-arises-over-teaching-growth-mindsets-to-motivate-students/]  https://www.forbes.com/sites/nickmorrison/2021/04/08/growth-mindset-the-classroom-gimmick-that-could-be-the-real-deal/?sh=5c2e16af9152 [https://www.forbes.com/sites/nickmorrison/2021/04/08/growth-mindset-the-classroom-gimmick-that-could-be-the-real-deal/?sh=5c2e16af9152] 

Isn't it more reasonable that the Reuters article is just a journalist picking some low hanging fruit (Civil Rights x Coronavirus) rather than some coordinated psy-op?