When it comes to social and environmental problems, nearly everyone thinks they are entitled to their own facts—and we have an army of experts to manufacture and promote the carefully curated truths we demand. Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey analyzes why post-truthiness is on the rise, and suggests a way to adapt to a post-truth society.
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