and your second question? i have no idea
damn too hard!
No, because they're are websites like wikipedia.org with incorrect infomation.
Because there is no real verification and no real monitoring.
You need to dig deep and use your brain to determine where the real legitimate information is.
no for example wikipedia anybody can go in there and claim there a doctor a postt lies saying the are true
Neither is everything that a politician tells you true.
There is no verifiable way to ascertain 'truth' from 'lies'.
Now there is absolute truth, and I urge you to find it.
Love is. TRUE
God is. TRUE
Gravity is. TRUE
Honesty is the best policy. TRUE
Religion is suspect. TRUE
Spirituality with God, Jesus, Holy Spirit is good. TRUE (My opinion maybe according to you, but true nevertheless)
Love of money is bad. TRUE
And lots more. Scientific experiments that come out the same each time verify some things, and not others. They thought that the atom was the smallest measurable thing for AGES. But someone else found otherwise.
Ahhh. the joys of teaching.
Absolutely not. Some sources must be reliable but I would always get a second or third opinion.
No, everything on the WWW is not true.
Nor is everything on TV or in the newspaper.
Why? Because people like to tell fibs, that's why.
Would we lie to you.
no everything is not true. For example, i remember a couple years ago I saw an online article stating that a man was pregnant :) haha. It's best not to believe everything you read. Why? I'm assuming because they think it's funny.
No,because some people think lies are more entertaining
Because anyone can say what ever they want with no restraint. If you have a computer and you have access you can post what you like.
Of course not. People post inaccurate stories or facts either because they are ignorant or they just do it for attention. Don't believe everything you read. Use your better judgment. If you're skeptical about something you read on the www, research it.
Believe half of what you read and less of what you hear.
No.because there's too much conflicting information out there.
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