LABELS can be helpful. In our food supply, for instance, it is important to have labels for nutrition information or warnings of any possible allergens in the food.
However, labels also can be used to pigeonhole and even hinder the understanding of certain topics because they tend to oversimplify complex subjects. Labels do not give a full understanding of any issue.
Agriculture is the perfect example of that. I often see fa
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