Deciphering the real meaning of epistemology. Correct information doesn't always come with its own bright halo of truth. In the age of instant access and disinformation, one question continues to gain more importance every day: what makes something worth believing? This is precisely what Nate Sheff, an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut, aims to answer in this insightful essay. He takes us on a path through the philosophical meaning of 'justification' and why credibility doesn't necessarily play by the same rules that truth does.