Virginia Woolf, the Dreadnought Hoax, and the origin of “Bunga! Bunga!”

  On 7 February 1910, four men in long robes, accompanied by two in western dress, were received on board HMS Dreadnought, the flagship of the British Royal Navy and the most technologically advanced ship that had been built. The six people were a group of friends, including writer Virginia Stephen ( later Virginia Woolf… Read More Virginia Woolf, the Dreadnought Hoax, and the origin of “Bunga! Bunga!”

Fake news & co.

“Fake news“, “conspiracy theories”, and “hoaxes” are very common on the internet. “Fake news” are created to damage a person, a business, an agency, or a government, or to get attention and to get clicks on the internet. “A conspiracy theory” is an explanation of an event or situation that is different from the official… Read More Fake news & co.