If you’re still sitting there believing EVERYTHING you see on TV or on the internet or in magazines (dang! You can’t even believe that the person you’re looking at in a magazine hasn’t been altered in some way by some photo shop wizard),– If you still believe that everything you see and hear is true, then maybe this video can serve as an audio/visual smelling salt to stir you out of your media-induced coma.
Share this video with everyone you know…ESPECIALLY with those who buy into everything they see on TV!
This will make you question EVERYTHING you see on TV
We live in a day and age where neither seeing or hearing is necessarily believing. Computer animations, remastered digital recordings and scripted scenes in top-story sound bites and video clips or front page photos in newspaper and online publications seem so real…so believable. But the safe stance to take would be the stance of suspicion whenever anything is presented to you from the multinational or government sources.. And yes…this goes for anything on internet as well.media
Here’s what I’m getting at. Using facial capture and facial reenactment software, students at colleges are able to, in real time, create facial expressions and even insert audio to make you believe that individuals like world leaders are doing and saying things that they aren’t actually doing or saying.