>new study shows
>the lord says
What are some more prefixes which make people believe anything you tell them? And is there any way we can make people less susceptible to this format of misinformation or misinformation in general.
You need to defeat anti intellectualism. People need to understand their education is important and not reject it while simultaneously putting faith in people who claim to have done the work.
Remember, there are people who literally think science is a belief system.
>while simultaneously putting faith in people who claim to have done the work.
No man can be an expert on everything. Society was created so people could specialize in a niche. People in general need to differ to specialists and be able to trust what they say is true with out being a specialist themselves. Without this society will collapse. The problem is anyone can claim to be a specialist and if everyone is it would take too long to vet everyone.
Science is a believe system only in that it requires faith. Faith that specialists are correct, telling the truth, and are specialists.
People responses to these phrases is Pavlovian. They've heard it a million times with things that were true so they assume every time they hear the words what follows is true, classic Pavlovian.
If 4chan made a popular meme demonstrating falsehood or ignorance following those words would it counteract the Pavlovian response, or would it remain creating a double think in people's minds?