The ‘Internet of Science’ is just a web of myths

An infographic on the Internet of Science explores some of the myths and misunderstandings surrounding science and technology.

The study, called The Internet of Scientists: What We Know About Science and Technology, is based on surveys conducted by The Washington Post, Pew Research Center and U.S. News & World Report.

The survey asked a variety of questions about the Internet, from what people think of it, to how often it is used and how people think about it.

The researchers also asked people what they thought of the Internet and what they think of science.

“The internet is a tool to share knowledge, but it is also a tool that allows people to form and share opinions about the world around them,” said co-author Andrew Smith, a researcher at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy and a former director of the U.N. Office for Science and Innovation.

He added that the web of knowledge is also critical for people to understand their place in the world.

“What we’ve found is that a lot of the misconceptions and misunderstanders about the internet, which have plagued our nation’s future, are rooted in a very simple premise: It’s a tool,” Smith said.

“If we can understand how it works, we can then begin to build a better society and create more stable, secure and healthy societies.”

The survey included responses from 1,539 respondents, of whom 722 were American.

The findings are based on the findings of a study published in the Journal of Science Education, titled How We Use the Internet: Exploring How We Understand and Use Knowledge.

In the survey, the respondents were asked to name the internet’s most influential websites and what their favorite parts of the internet are.

“We looked at the things that people think matter most about the web,” Smith explained.

“They were asked what they’re most likely to think of the web as a whole, what they want to learn about it, what the top topics are.

We were looking at these things from a variety and a variety the answers that were given in each survey were not consistent.

We thought we’d found a clear picture of what people really think of how the internet works.”

In addition, the survey also asked what kind of people and institutions the internet is most popular for, and the responses were skewed toward institutions and industries that the survey found were perceived as having the most impact on the global economy.

The online survey also used information from The Washington Times, The Atlantic, The Washingtonian, The Huffington Post and Mashable.

The results of the study were published in The Journal of American Academies of Sciences.