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IN Photography ON 01 Apr, 2016
Not everything we see is true. Right now in this information age, there is a tendency that we become very reliant and convinced with the things we see. We must not tolerate this act because it may be fatal and may cause conflicts like war, bullying or whatever. What we need now is a critical mind, from a critical mass that is capable of determining what is right and factual. Thanks to the very honest few and those critical people who know what's the real deal.
Before being so frustrated, let's see what we have in store. We have compiled some images that seem legit, but in reality, were also the product of human's sheer imagination.
Let's get this on.
..in a funny way! But, this is not true. Maybe 1) Obama is edited in the image, or 2) Trump fan art was posted in an exhibit where Obama's pointing at. Anyways, this is not true.
Geez. Harrison Ford is smarter than that; or more respectful.
Apparently, the rapper cannot be a rabbit at the same time.
Breathe in, breathe out. This is a hoax, and Chipotle should not be blamed. The one who did this is very insensitive, really.
This is supposedly a world hit for leisure. Unfortunately, this is not true. But who knows, UAE might have been very open about this idea. I'm hoping, though.
Red plus blue makes violet. Enough of the art class and color combinations, this was never real. GMOs in the future, maybe?
This was allegedly a campaign against Persons With Disabilities (PWD). It seems too striking, but this is just some part of a prank. Hope this can be too true. It says alot.
Too good to be true, but scientists and sun-moon enthusiasts debunked this photo edited once believed a true phenomenon image.
Debunked! This is just an overly designed earth art made by Mike Kiev. Okay, it's cool but the clouds cannot even have the right to surpass the atmosphere. Just so you know.
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