I think my point was that people like to make up opinions on things without really considering how they did did. Then they refuse to move from these ideas or consider that they could be incorrect and when challenged offer zero reasoning. There is nothing wrong with having a view, but there is something very wrong with having a view which you believe is 100% yet cannot in any way justify (other than belief).If it's not unique then what is your point? Presumably you are not suggesting you are incapable of forming a view of what is happening in the world without having spent time 30 years ago living in each part of it.
Maybe you need to explain your concept of "unbiased learning"!
In terms of unbiased learning, I mean exploring facts and ideas without already believing that one idea is the correct one and dismissing or avoiding anything that doesn't fit.
E.G. Listening to Trump say something, having that idea validated by what was then said on Fox and Friends and committing 100% to that idea. Or reading an opinion in the Guardian and then using a Seth Myers monolog to set your opinion in concrete.