2020 will again be about margins in marginal areas.
One would be optimistic but we know how that optimism failed in 2016.
How similar are these.
Remember how the COVID crisis is being manipulated.
— Jonathan Sapp (@jwsapp) April 4, 2020
— Jon Ralston (@RalstonReports) April 7, 2020
— Yellowwood (@ywwd) March 29, 2020
— Lawrence H. Summers (@LHSummers) April 7, 2020
It’s never as simple as “fact is to fiction as Truth is to Falsehood” because history is not exactly like non-fiction. Novelty can be falsified, but is not identical to the falsifiable.
the spread of false information is essentially not due to bots that are programmed to disseminate inaccurate stories. Instead, false news speeds faster around Twitter due to people retweeting inaccurate news items.
Ã¢ÂÂ Virginia Heffernan (@page88) April 6, 2020
During a pandemic ffs we have to be meticulous abt not spreading disinfo—a pathogen that spikes cortisol, suppresses reason & disinhibits behavior.
It’s never as simple as “fact is to fiction as Truth is to Falsehood” because history is not exactly like non-fiction.