Mythbusting: DIY Vs. Mis/Dis/Mal-Information

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    TheEncogitationer
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    Fellow Unbelievers,

    In keeping with the idea that the solution to bad speech or false speech is not censorship but good speech and true speech, I though I would create a section devoted to just that.

    For starters, since movies can be a source of Misinformation/Disinformation/Malinformation (MDM *GROWL!* 🦁) here is an article on scientific myths found on the silver screen:

    Myths Movies Taught You About Science
    https://www.grunge.com/8415/myths-movies-taught-science/

    #53151

    TheEncogitationer
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    Fellow Unbelievers,

    Alvin Toffler once said that two words he never used were “trend” and “predict.” With trends and predictions like this, it’s easy to see why:

    25 Hilariously Wrong Future Predictions

    25 hilariously wrong future predictions

    List of Dates Predicted for Apocalyptic Events–Wikipedia
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_dates_predicted_for_apocalyptic_events

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    #53155

    Unseen
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    I’m still waiting for flying cars.

    BTW, while something like the Internet was predicted, nobody I’m aware of predicted the effects it’s had on, well, the world.

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