Originally Posted by Achilles
If it's a matter of opinion, then the assertion that something is "unfactual" doesn't follow. Facts are facts
. That's why they are called "facts". If an opinion doesn't jive with the facts, then that tends to be an indication that there is a problem with the opinion. My 2 cents.
It's not a reference. It's an introduction.
Facts are only truthful when people have faith in their levity. We trust our teachers to teach factual information; however, who said those facts are valid. History books in highschool are trusted to carry accurate knowledge; nevertheless, they are created to biasly promote national pride.
1 + 1 = 2 Why?