That of one side, that of the other side … and then there is the truth.
I look at it a lot like looking at a maths problem.
We can gather the values of p(A) and the values of p(B) and we can then try to determine the probability of truth or p(T).
Now, sometimes you add 2 and 2 and get 5 … if you look closely, it may be because one or both were very large values of 2 … so, perhaps the p(T) is correct …
but it’s impossible for 2 and 2 to equal three because regardless of the smallness of the values of 2, it just cannot be computed that way.
So, while it may be true that we may never know the truth, with a little logic, we can spot the lies.
Never stop trying to spot the lies as you aim towards the truth.
[Reposted from xntrek]