Betteridge's Law of Headlines
The theory being that any article with a question mark in the headline can usually be answered with "no." Using questions as headlines is usually a reporters way of acknowledging that the article in fact has little substance but is hoping to create public panic anyway. These are made up headlines. Feel free to add your own.
- •Is Donald Trump working alongside North Korea?No
- •Is NASA hiding information about life on Mars?Probably not.
- •Is Bill Walton replacing John Mayer in Grateful Dead offshoot Dead & Co?No chance.
- •Does this picture of Kim Kardashian prove that her marriage to Kanye is a sham?None again.
- •Is air travel being replaced by digital transportation by 2018?That would be so sweet. But you guessed it. No.