Someone Was Wrong on the Internet! Paul Fidalgo Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science

Read More Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science Benjamin Radford recently wrote about how misquotes in social media posts, be they misattributed, mistaken, or simply made-up, gain traction and become widely believed. “When people see information that supports their assumptions and beliefs,” he wrote, “they are more likely to believe and accept it—even when there is little or no evidence it’s true.” We ran …