There is nothing as unreliable as

^There is nothing as unreliable as a fact. A fact is a poor substitute for truth; facts are easily overturned by new facts. Opinions are even less reliable than facts, but only slightly so. When someone says, "It's a fact!" all someone else has to do is reply is, "Is it?"^

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