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- Overall, we rate Infinite Unknown as a tin-foil hat conspiracy and quackery-level pseudoscience website that promotes ridiculous debunked conspiracy and junk science claims.
Bias Rating: EXTREME RIGHT CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Press Freedom Rank: N/A
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Founded in 2000, Infinite Unknown is a right-wing biased news and opinion website that promotes conspiracies and pseudoscience. According to their about page “This site is created to link the political, the economical and the environmental situation of planet earth.”
The website lacks transparency as they do not offer names of those associated or disclose ownership.
Funded by / Ownership
Infinite Unknown does not disclose ownership, and revenue is derived through donations.
Analysis / Bias
Infinite Unknown is a website that does not usually publish original content but links to other sources. Many of the sources they link to fall under the Conspiracy-Pseudoscience or Questionable categories. For example, they link to the conspiracy website Zero Hedge, quack pseudoscientist Joseph Mercola and the far-right Gateway Pundit.
Besides publishing standard conspiracy fares like False Flags and Chemtrails, they have recently begun publishing hysterical fears over Covid-19 vaccinations and election fraud in the 2020 election.
In general, this is one of the least credible sources on the internet. Virtually everything is either false, misleading, or unproven.
Failed Fact Checks
- It appears this website has not registered on the fact-checkers radar.
Overall, we rate Infinite Unknown as a tin-foil hat conspiracy and quackery-level pseudoscience website that promotes ridiculous debunked conspiracy and junk science claims. (D. Van Zandt 7/20/2016) Updated (01/09/2023)
Last Updated on January 9, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check
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