Foodbeast's Isai Rocha, he conducted a study involving 300 of his Facebook friends and concluded that they are all completely gullible. Twitter users believe anything that shows up on their timelines.
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Viral Message Verification – The viral post on the site breakingnews365 claims that Twitter users believe anything that shows up on their timelines.
According to Foodbeast's Isai Rocha, he conducted a study involving 300 of his Facebook friends and concluded that they are all completely gullible. He then conducted the same study on Twitter and found drastically worse results, as people apparently believe anything that shows up on their timelines.
There is not such survey carried out on Foodbeast's Isai Rocha recently, hence this survey report as given in this news is false.
This news being spread from a known website often known for spreading pranks and rumors based on the users interest. This website breakingnews247.com is an entertainment website, news are created by users.
He is conducting further research to prove that there is no hope for humanity, and we will all one day walk around with 600 billion terabytes worth of false information in our heads.
If you go in the about section of the website you can find the condition “This website is an entertainment website, news are created by users. These are humorous news, fantasy, fictional, that should not be seriously taken or as a source of information.” Which clearly means the story cannot be believed.
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