posted on Mar, 1 2013 @ 01:50 PM
Since the dawning of Google search a great number of experts have arisen trusting every bit of info they find with the click of a
search button. I wonder how many people actually weigh out opinions and seek alternative answers in relation to any topic of interest .
Even sites like Wiki with their professional layouts and sometimes over the top jargon can be modified by the public, yet people still take claims by
it as the ultimate truth. Ironic how most of us crave the truth but we don't really even know what the truth is anymore.
It's quite a daunting prospect to regard everything we are subjected to in regards of information to be misleading or completely false not only on
the web but on paper as well. Suppose one would be studying a certain subject and your textbook is your gateway to knowledge about that subject. If
you have no prior experience of the subject, how would you really know that the book is giving you truthful information (unless it is of
I presume if we are still in the process of evolution then the very ideal of truth its self will forever adapt to suit our psyche. I can at least
commemorate the ones who seek answers than the ones who dish them out without even considering the outcomes if they are wrong.