I think that this is interesting because it also applies to other misinformation.
If a person either has a belief or has reason to distrust what is generally accepted as the truth and then they hear something that gives confirmation to their point of view, then they will latch onto it like it is the gospel.
Some of this ties in with conspiracy theories, which seem to me to be fueled by the belief that there are sinister forces that intend to do us harm.
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Quantum entanglement doesn't necessarily mean that all the particles in the universe are connected.
Much of the weirdness from Quantum Physics comes from the fact that particles are really fluctuations in fields. What we experience as particles are really waves. Like a packet of energy oscillating in a field.