Why do people believe a book written without a publishing date, publishers location, or the authors name, is in any way factual?
- pianomanLv 74 weeks ago
Because people choose to believe whatever they want to believe.
- Elaine MLv 74 weeks ago
Lack of book experience?
Self published 'how to' books are taken as they come.
- MarliLv 74 weeks ago
Why do people ask here if their conception of elves, wizards, magical creatures or superpowers are textbook accurate? The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Twilight, etc. books have authors, publishers, publication dates ... and on the covers: "a novel". Yet they believe their own vampires, monsters and superpowered teens must conform to Tolkien's, Rowlings', Martin's etc.'s because they are true.
- 4 weeks ago
You know why vague descriptions purporting to state universal truths are so useless?
You just described tens of thousands of firsthand sources.
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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
People believe the Bible. Go figure.
- CogitoLv 74 weeks ago
Does anyone believe that? Anything in particular?
But people believe all sorts of nonsense.
Many people watch a Youtube video and think that it's true.