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CJR: Boosting the Sandy Hook truther myth.

Broad coverage might also attract new adherents who would not otherwise have been exposed to or persuaded by false claims—a group that is not necessarily limited to people who are inclined to believe in conspiracy theories. In particular, even people who are not predisposed to believe in a false claim may be more likely to perceive a claim as true as it becomes more familiar.

01/22/13 • 03:30 PM • EntertainmentHuman RightsPsychology • (2) Comments


Almost all my Google search returns lately are dominated by wingnut websites. zero quality control, really.

Posted by Jeremiah on 01/24/13 at 02:34 AM

It is truly astonishing how SERPs have degraded into misinformation meta-sites. Truly astonishing.

And depressing.

Posted by Garret P Vreeland on 01/24/13 at 10:24 AM


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