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One of the best things about being alive in this time period is that we can learn anything about everything. As long as you can read, you have access to all the knowledge in the world. Do you want to know how cheese puffs are made? No problem; you can look that up. Are you interested in how a rocket is launched? That one is a bit more complicated, but the internet will get you there if you really want to know.
Being able to find information online on whatever you are curious about has a downside. Having access to such a large amount of information makes it challenging to figure out what information is reliable. To give you an example, anyone can create content that offers you an explanation of why beer tastes bitter. However, you have no idea if they created it while they were drunk and having a laugh or while they are doing their PhD on the subject. (In case you are wondering: yes, there are scientists studying beer flavours.) Before you can decide if the information you found is of use to you, you need to determine the reliability of any information. You need to know if the source is reliable and if you are interpreting the given information correctly. And this is where Truthful Science comes in.
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