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The following references for have been found on sites that debunk internet myths, hoaxes, urban legends, and other BS:

Note: you have to actually click through and read the articles, not just these headlines. Some fact-checking sites state myths in the headlines, and then debunk them in the articles. Just because the headline says it, that doesn't mean the article is saying it's true!

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