“All credibility, all good conscience, all evidence of truth come only from the senses.” ~Friedrich Nietzsche
The source of information is, perhaps, more important than the information itself. We are constantly bombarded by a plethora of data every waking second. Within the modernized world, information is power, but not all information is accurate. Deriving the truth from the multitude of sources is often difficult.
Our own observation and analysis must be the true source of our knowledge. Self proclaimed experts are becoming more prominent, especially in the digital age. It is important to verify credible results with your own experiences, logic and senses.
Failing to do so we allow ourselves to be misled by individuals or ideas who have no true merit. Trust in your own judgement above all else and do all that is in your power to improve your critical analysis and deductive reasoning.