Whose authority?

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You have an enormous amount of knowledge available to you. The vast majority of it you accept on authority rather than first-hand observation. This is a tremendous advantage in that you can learn about people you have not met, places you have not been, and subjects for which you did not do or duplicate the original investigation. This expands your knowledge nearly without limit, but it does raise an additional question. On whose authority? What is the quality of your sources? Be as wise as a serpent in considering the validity of the information you accept that changes your view of the world and the way you live. 

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