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"Facts Won't Fix This"
How to think about the split in U.S. political reality: a survey of opinion experts, from The Guardian.
"Why Do People Believe Such Rubbish?"
"It pays to believe obviously untrue things," by science writerTom Chivers in Unherd.com. Chivers cites the work of several authors, including Kevin Simler, Steven Pinker, and Tim Harford,
Older but Still Useful Articles
Fake COVID News as Dangerous as COVID
an article from the UK Guardian which quotes the WHO Director-General: “We’re not just fighting an epidemic; we’re fighting an infodemic. Fake news spreads faster and more easily than this virus, and is just as dangerous....we are headed down a dark path that leads nowhere but division and disharmony.”