Make an informed decision based on the facts.
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Critics of controversial science like GMOs and cloning often invoke the myth of Frankenstein to highlight the dangers of new technology. But these critics may overlook the moral of Shelley’s story.
Studies have shown that mentioning misinformation – even in the process of combating it – can cause it to stick in listeners’ minds.
Studies show that the more familiar we become with false information, the more likely we are to later remember it as fact.
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Let’s start with a quiz… How many senses do you have? Which of the following are magnetic: a tomato, you, paperclips? What are the primary colours of pigments and paints? What region of the tongue is responsible…