RUMORS

Webster’s dictionary 1828 defines rumor as “Flying or popular report; a current story passing from one person to another without any known authority for the truth of it.”In Webster’s 4th College Dictionary it is defined as “gossip, or a story that is not confirmed but is being discussed.”The Web has so much outstanding potential but it carries with it the potential for rumors, exactly as defined above, being carried far and wide.In 1972, L. Ron Hubbard wrote:“… a rumor can go thro … [Read more...]


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