Recent research completed by credible third-party sources confirms overwhelmingly what some say: When it comes to reinforcing consensus, establishing baseline understanding, or evaluating overall trends, most experts agree.
"We've believed for quite some time that experts tended to align their thoughts and advocate a similar perspective," explained Dr. Philo Mylar, director of homogenization and groupthink at Norman Rockwell University in Normal, Illinois. Dr. Mylar, who's recent book: "That's Not My Bandwagon; That's Your Bandwagon" is cautiously optimistic about being guardedly confident that his research demonstrates rediscovery of familiar turf in uninspired insight and lack of critical thinking.
"Most Americans belong to an overwhelming majority of the easily swayed, eager to put their faith in the validation of ambiguous authorities and their corresponding research. They must be right, otherwise they wouldn't have those positions of authority in the first place." Dr. Mylar then added hesitantly, "right?"