To Fight Against Fake News, Forget Everything

Fact #1: The phenomenon known as the Illusory Truth Effect causes one to think anything is true if they see it more than once.

Fact #2: A person with mild Alzheimer’s disease suffers from a condition that prevents them from remembering most things that weren’t previously contextualized for them — those things are also known as facts.

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Assad Abderemane

English graduate student and freelance writer based in France. Words at Level, Elemental, Gen, Human Parts, etc. Email: abderemane.m.assad@gmail.com