You write an exam about something you read last night, and you still get it wrong. If you got 50% it means that 50% of the information you took in last night is now lost or corrupted. Lost information is not so bad, but corrupted information is evil. It should be a crime to pass on information unless you know it to be true, unless you verified it, and unless you yourself are able to answer to it.
So how do you judge?
It's simple for me. I disregard anything that is:
- Has really bad grammar
- Involves biased emotional statements
So enough with the crap. I will try to make a few posts, and then there will be a silent time until I get my own internet connection.