The Latest Fact Checks curated by Media Bias Fact Check 01/02/2023

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Media Bias Fact Check selects and publishes fact checks from around the world. We only utilize fact-checkers that are either a signatory of the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) or have been verified as credible by MBFC. Further, we review each fact check for accuracy before publishing. We fact-check the fact-checkers and let you know their bias. When appropriate, we explain the rating and/or offer our own rating if we disagree with the fact-checker. (D. Van Zandt)

Claim Codes: Red = Fact Check on a Right Claim, Blue = Fact Check on a Left Claim, Black = Not Political/Conspiracy/Pseudoscience/Other

Fact Checker bias rating Codes: Red = Right-Leaning, Green = Least Biased, Blue = Left-Leaning, Black = Unrated by MBFC

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Claim via Social Media: mRNA stays in a person’s body after vaccination. rating: False (How many times does this need to be refuted? mRNA does not stay in a person’s body after vaccination.)

No, mRNA doesn’t stay in a person’s body for an extended time after vaccination

Claim via Social Media: a 13-year-old who gained fame in 2016 for creating an “energy harvesting device,” disappeared for “about six years”

Lead Stories rating: False (Not Missing)

Fact Check: Max Loughan NOT Missing ‘About Six Years’ — ‘Energy Harvesting Device’ Creator Was In Middle, High School

Claim via Social media: Video shows WHO leader saying vaccine boosters were used to ‘kill children’

USA Today rating: False (He did not say that.)

Fact check: No, WHO chief did not say COVID-19 boosters kill children

Claim via Social Media: An increase in water vapour is solely responsible for the rise in global temperatures since the end of the 19th century.

Australian Associated Press rating: False (CO2 and other greenhouse gases drive global warming. Water vapour amplifies warming initiated by these gases through a positive feedback loop.)

Water vapour global warming claim is all steam

FALSE Claim via Social Media: The appearance of former professional kickboxer Andrew Tate’s name and phone number in a video he posted lead to his arrest by Romanian authorities on December 29, 2022.

Lead Stories rating: False (No Connection)

Fact Check: Andrew Tate’s Arrest NOT Because Of Pizza Boxes In Video With Name, Phone Number — It Followed Long Probe

FALSE (International: Australia): Claim by Dr Peter Dingle: Sunlight does not cause skin cancer.

Australian Associated Press rating: False (Sunlight is the cause of the vast majority of skin cancer cases.)

Scientific evidence shines light on skin cancer misinformation

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