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What is “The Truth”? The truth about any particular topic can be subjective and often open to interpretation. There are certain fundamental truths like the sun coming up in the morning and water being wet that are not in dispute. When it comes to more complex issues, however, the truth is often elusive, especially about uncommon events that are still unfolding like the Coronavirus. This is particularly true when vested interests and hidden agendas may be exposed in the process. When you limit information from the discussion, it only serves to reduce our understanding of the issue. We need all available information to make sound decisions, not just some, otherwise, the picture is incomplete. It’s only through new data, analysis, dialogue, and debate that we can peel back the layers of a complicated issue to discover what we believe to be correct. Even then, that will just be our perspective of the truth at that time. New information can and will change our understanding of what we previously thought to be true. Establishing the truth about issues that we do not fully understand is not a static idea, but one that is fluid and always changing. There are many “truths,” we thought to be correct twenty or thirty years ago that are now obsolete due to new information. https://visionlaunch.com/who-gets-to-decides-what-the-truth-is-and-why-is-censorship-backfiring-on-big-tech-media/
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What is “The Truth”? The truth about any particular topic can be subjective and often open to interpretation. There are certain fundamental truths like the sun coming up in the morning and water being wet that are not in dispute. When it comes to more complex issues, however, the truth is often elusive, especially about uncommon events that are still unfolding like the Coronavirus. This is particularly true when vested interests and hidden agendas may be exposed in the process. When you limit information from the discussion, it only serves to reduce our understanding of the issue. We need all available information to make sound decisions, not just some, otherwise, the picture is incomplete. It’s only through new data, analysis, dialogue, and debate that we can peel back the layers of a complicated issue to discover what we believe to be correct. Even then, that will just be our perspective of the truth at that time. New information can and will change our understanding of what we previously thought to be true. Establishing the truth about issues that we do not fully understand is not a static idea, but one that is fluid and always changing. There are many “truths,” we thought to be correct twenty or thirty years ago that are now obsolete due to new information. https://visionlaunch.com/who-gets-to-decides-what-the-truth-is-and-why-is-censorship-backfiring-on-big-tech-media/
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