There are 3 chickens clucking and doing the things poultry in a large cage temporarily housed in a butler's pantry are inclined to do.
I am required to start most days with a run of considerable length to amuse our hound, Fred. He ignores the chickens but enjoys watching the construction of their new larger coop--the reason they are residing in the smaller side kitchen.
If I am inclined to provide additional context, it might be relevant to mention the 3 older hens free ranging in the back yard--also waiting for the completion of the larger coop and their new shaded run.
Here is the rub. The "new" must not co-mingle with the "older" until they have an appropriate introductory period. They need to consider each other familiar and non-threatening.
This reminds me of the new era of content creation. We are armed with new tools like data access and visualization, we can scrub information from beneath urls and pdfs, and we can go granular.
Perhaps we should learn how to shake things up...
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It isn't enough to label everything evidence-based and consider it business as usual.
Question the quality of the evidence. The motivation for disseminating the evidence.
Who stands to benefit the most from its uptake?
Remember the quote by Upton Sinclair...
“It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it!”