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  • Facts are real, the people that state them are not

    There isn't such thing as a false fact, however people can use those facts to make a false conclusion. For example, you can take this fact
    "97% of all men are killed in combat deaths", some people would say that's fucked up and may use it in an argument against male sexism, some may say that figures because women can't serve in combat roles, and make it femist sexism. You see the fact is the same, but it was used for two totally different things, which means you could interpret it as a "false fact" just because you disagree with the narrative used. Facts aren't subjective, thus they can't be false, but the people using them are subjective, thus using the fact for a false cause.

  • We learned a lot of them in school.

    A false fact, defined as an item of "common knowledge" which is not true, does exist. Further, we have all been taught things that are not true at school, famously that water spins clockwise down a drain if you are north of the equator. Political "Facts" are probably the ones you think of first when you consider the term False Facts, for obvious reasons.

  • Facts are objective,but the people that state them are subjective.

    There isn't such thing as a false fact, however people can use those facts to make a false conclusion. For example, you can take this fact
    "97% of all men are killed in combat deaths", some people would say that's fucked up and may use it in an argument against male sexism, some may say that figures because women can't serve in combat roles, and make it femist sexism. You see the fact is the same, but it was used for two totally different things, which means you could interpret it as a "false fact" just because you disagree with the narrative used. Facts aren't subjective, thus they can't be false, but the people using them are subjective, thus using the fact for a false cause.

  • Facts are true the people that state them are not

    There isn't such thing as a false fact, however people can use those facts to make a false conclusion. For example, you can take this fact
    "97% of all men are killed in combat deaths", some people would say that's fucked up and may use it in an argument against male sexism, some may say that figures because women can't serve in combat roles, and make it femist sexism. You see the fact is the same, but it was used for two totally different things, which means you could interpret it as a "false fact" just because you disagree with the narrative used. Facts aren't subjective, thus they can't be false, but the people using them are subjective, thus using the fact for a false cause.

  • Facts are real, the people that state them are not

    There isn't such thing as a false fact, however people can use those facts to make a false conclusion. For example, you can take this fact
    "97% of all men are killed in combat deaths", some people would say that's fucked up and may use it in an argument against male sexism, some may say that figures because women can't serve in combat roles, and make it femist sexism. You see the fact is the same, but it was used for two totally different things, which means you could interpret it as a "false fact" just because you disagree with the narrative used. Facts aren't subjective, thus they can't be false, but the people using them are subjective, thus using the fact for a false cause.

  • Nope -- contradiction

    If someone says "bro" is black or white slang or that it's said by, of all girls, Visigothic girls the most then that's a stupid statement. No ifs buts and whats. It's a contradiction. There cannot be such thing as a "false fact" because a fact has to be true. Another example of stupidity -- "Friends" was more popular than "Seinfeld."

    Nope, fact: it was the other way around


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