Due to this "age of misinformation" nothing is for sure of what is reliable and what is not. However this article was reliable due to the suitable sources and the examples that was clearly explained in addition to settle with the reasons. One example, Wall Street analyst shared a updates about the flooding, destruction, and power shutdowns around the New York Area. which the result of the incident was everyone had the wrong information making them feel they're the 'fools.'
The definition of "confirmation bias" is the way to interpret new evidence as confirming of one's existing thoughts. Or the idea that we're more likely to consume and share information that fits with our already-held beliefs. The steps that I would take to protect from the confirmation bias, is to state the facts looking for any similar circumstances. furthermore also knowing the different people's ideas and which sounds more fair for one another
A move made by the author that I found interesting was the fifth reason title and the explanation, " Sometimes the truth really IS that bizarre," making this reason more personal than any other reasons. As demonstrated by his quote, "Maybe, just maybe, in this age of misinformation, we'd have less fake stuff to deal with if real life sometimes wasn't so unbelievable. "
" For the most part, people who share fake posts online don't actually know they're sharing fake posts online." This makes us look that we aren't sure of what is around us and we can be around truths or lies.