Have you heard of the term ‘gaslighting’? Did you know it comes from a 1944 Ingrid Bergman film. Discover how a movie about a manipulative husband gave us a new word to describe information control in the 2020s.
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Untruths come in many shapes and sizes. All are antithetical to science, but gaslighting, in which someone denies the reality that other people are experiencing has become a greater threat than ever. What is the link with terrorism and national security? Read more
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