Daily Grail

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Factual Reporting: Mixed - Not always Credible or Reliable


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  • Overall, this is a moderate Conspiracy and Pseudoscience website based on the promotion of the afterlife, alien visitations, and the paranormal.

Detailed Report

Bias Rating: CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: MIXED
Country: Australia
Press Freedom Rating: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY

History

The Daily Grail is the blog of Greg Taylor from Queensland, Australia, that reports on science, conspiracies, and pseudoscience, such as the afterlife. Taylor is the author of the book Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife. The website does not have an about page or any type of disclaimer indicating that some of the information is false or may be misleading. According to Whois the domain was purchased in 1999.

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Funded by / Ownership

The Daily Grail is owned by Greg Taylor and is funded through online advertising.

Analysis / Bias

In review, the Daily Grail reports on a wide variety of science as well as pseudoscience. Interestingly, they also properly debunk conspiracies and, at the same time, promote some. One of the primary themes of this website is the existence of an afterlife, which at this point, there is zero evidence to support. The Daily Grail also likes to refer to skeptics such as James Randi as Guerrilla Skeptics due to their aggressive nature in debunking false claims and conspiracies, such as the paranormal.

What makes the Daily Grail deceiving is they publish many well-sourced pro-science articles, yet in between these are numerous articles referencing the existence of an afterlife, potential alien visitations, and the paranormal.

Failed Fact Checks

  • No record of them being fact-checked by a third party.

Overall, this is a moderate Conspiracy and Pseudoscience website based on the promotion of the afterlife, alien visitations, and the paranormal. (D. Van Zandt 10/31/2018) Updated (08/19/2022)

Source: https://www.dailygrail.com

Last Updated on August 19, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check

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