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- Overall, we rate Collective-Evolution a quackery-level pseudoscience website based on promoting miracle cures, anti-vaxx propaganda, and 9/11 conspiracies.
Bias Rating: Conspiracy and Pseudoscience
Factual Reporting: LOW
Press Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Medium Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Founded by Joe Martino 2009, Collective-Evolution is a clickbait, conspiracy, and quackery-level pseudoscience website. According to their about page, “CE has grown to become one of the world’s most popular conscious media outlets that provide readers and viewers an opportunity to expand their consciousness, unlock their potential and reshape their everyday way of being.”
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Funded by / Ownership
Collective-Evolution is owned by Joe Martino and is funded through advertising, paid subscriptions to CE-TV, and donations.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Collective-Evolution promotes numerous conspiracy theories and pseudoscience. For example, they promote 9/11 conspiracies such as this: Important 9/11 Investigation Reveals Undeniable Truth. Some other topics you will find are alien visitations, chemtrails, miracle cancer cures, anti-GMO propaganda, and of course, anti-Vaxx articles such as this: Why You Can’t Trust the CDC on Vaccines. There are many others with the common theme that almost none of it is supported by evidence.
Failed Fact Checks
- “The COVID-19 death rate across the US confirmed so low that it’s on the edge of no longer being qualified as an epidemic.” – False
- Says NBC News reported that Hillary Clinton “covered up elite pedophile ring at state department.” – False
- “vaccinated children appear to be significantly less healthy than the unvaccinated” – Unsupported
- “WHO data shows [that] ivermectin reduces COVID-19 mortality by 81%, but they won’t recommend it?” – Misleading
Overall, we rate Collective-Evolution a quackery-level pseudoscience website based on promoting miracle cures, anti-vaxx propaganda, and 9/11 conspiracies. (D. Van Zandt 7/20/2016) Updated (07/15/2022)
Last Updated on July 16, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check
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