posted on Oct, 15 2009 @ 02:41 PM
Looking for the truth is harder than you think. We tend to give more credence to facts that are from a "accepted" source like a government agency, a
corporation ,a popular organization or a famous college. The world is flooded with information. The are many studies ,findings and reports that
contradict other studies ,findings and reports, leaving a truth seeker left to choose their own truth.
To find the real truth one must dig further than studies ,findings and reports . Just because someone has "accepted" credentials does not make
them right or truthful.
The courts have already ruled , " There is no law , rule , or regulation thas says that the MSM has to tell the truth!"
So , where is the law , rule , or regulation thas says that any published study ,findings or report has to be the truth ?
In searching for the truth one must dig past the research papers and ask what is the motivation for the studies , who over see's and ok's the
release of the studies and most important question is who supplied the funding, grant or donation.
Does it really surprise anyone that members of these boards , commitees or study groups, is presently employed, or has been employed by the company
that the study ,findings or report reflect on positivly. Any past , present or future employee will say anything to promote the company if they can
benefit from it, its a win win situation.
A negative study ,findings or report can have a positive affect for the same company by damaging their competition.
Does anyone really think colleges provided honest independent studied reports ?
Our colleges main sources of income is funding, grants and donations.
In the real world how fast would the money be cut off, if those providing the money didn't approve of the studies ,findings and reports ?Get real
Nothing is for free.
Studies ,findings and reports are not just ruled by money but how we think and feel, they affect how we view laws ,religion,
politics,government,science and each other.
So besides checking the facts check your source and ask what was the motivation for their research and where did their funding come from , because
credentials don't make the facts right.