Principles of Curiosity

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What is real and what is not? It is a question many of us ask on a daily basis. Nowadays, we are facing the problem all the time.

Popular culture is full of misinformation. We are being bombarded with information from every corner. The problem is much of it is misinformation and pseudoscience.

This documentary shows you how to process any information you receive, and how to separate what is real and what is not.

Once you learn how to make the difference, you will be much more educated. Information is always welcomed, as long as it is accurate. What happens nowadays is that “everyone is a critic”. That means everyone is trying to be an expert in any field, providing content and information that is not as accurate.

The result is we are starting to believe in things that are not real. Thanks to this educational documentary, you can easily debunk the myths.

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