When individuals turn to the Internet to Educated them selves in lieu of getting an actual education. Most of what is learned on the internet is, in fact, not true. You can tell someone who has an internet education from a person who has an actual education by the degree and depth of their knowledge. If you think Aspartame is a poison, you have an internet education. If you realize aspartame is actually made up of 2 amino acids, you have an actual education. Other 'symptoms' of an internet education include, 9/11 conspiracy, vaccine conspiracy, fluoridated water dangers, Moon landing conspiracy, citing Alex Jones, youtube or Wikipedia as a source.
Omg, you know that Vaccines cause autism?

Really? Where did you get your internet education? Youtube? Do you have a Ph.D in Wikipedia?
作者 Devon McIntyer 2011年3月02日

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