Can we fight and prevent misinformation?
Question from the Internet:
“What can we all do to fight disinformation? Is there anything that can be done or is it turning into a losing battle?”
We can’t fight or stop misinformation until we all approach reality and each other through our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and subjective consciousness and perception.
By default, we all produce and consume information according to our distorted and heavily filtered — by our introverted, self-serving “personal computer”, intentions — consciousness and perception, all solely for our own sake and benefit.
Today even peer review sciences lost their credibility since they are all sponsored and manipulated to serve certain interest groups and directions.
In order to arrive at a truly objective and truthful information exchange, communication and relationships, we all need to learn how to acquire a truly selfless, unbiased and objective viewpoint.
This is possible with the help of a unique, purposeful and highly practical method, that can teach us how to approach, sense and compute reality through the desires and viewpoints of other people in specifically organized and conducted environments with mutually committed, mutually complementing, like-minded people.