When sociocultural norms (or even statutory laws) discourage the questioning of a subject, and where free choice is being eliminated, it is of vital import that subject be fully explored, and with as open a mind as possible.
Bear that in mind as you consider the following topics, which are too often mocked, taboo, or summarily dismissed for being anti- or psuedo-science, or even racist:
The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.
- @sb277bot: Vaccines, given recent legislation mandating immunizations
- @SkyWatchrs: Geoengineering
- @waterWatchr: Water and health, given fluoridation (and more) of the public water supply
- @gmobot: GMOs, food safety, and health, given continuing attempts to hide GMO from you
- The holocaust: a hugely emotional subject, but when 87-year old women are being imprisoned and professors being fired (terrific interview with him here) for speaking about it, we are forced to ask why would questions be illegal?
- Immigration: nations have borders for a reason. Multiculturalism has been used throughout history to destroy societies. This needs to be talked about, given that the German government literally has hired ex-stasi agents to patrol facebook for ‘xenophobic’ comments
- Climate Change: when terms like ‘climate denier’ are invented to out-group and de-humanize dissenters, ultimately calling for their extermination, there’s clearly an issue
These resource pages are works in progress, and I welcome your suggestions.