posted on Oct, 31 2021 @ 02:53 AM
a reply to: Moonstar7
If I'm being honest, I think that it's because the quality of answers has really deteriorated over the last few years, and the level of noise has
I remember back in the day when you would have people making complicated posts explaining math and physics, and chemistry, or experts in digital
imagine confirming or debunking photographs. We had some really good posts about 5G by people who know what they were talking about.
Today, we have 200 posts the contain a link to a bitchute video that makes outrageous claims that can't be backed up.
People post statistics that they don't understand which say the exact opposite of what the poster says that they say, people make blanket statements
without citations or sources and they repeat the same unsourced accusations over and over again, and EVERYTHING is political.
If you were to make a post on the research forum asking about any of the current hot button topics you'd probably get a face full of links to
misleading sources from people who don't know the topics, or understand why the sources are misleading.
More so, the people who seem to feel the most inclined to answer anything these days seem to be the people with the strongest views, not the people
with the most knowledge of the subject.