Do you think the Internet makes people smarter? Are the emotions of our society peaceful or extreme? Is there a consensus among people? To answer these questions, we should review what happened in 2020. COVID-19 has caused the division of public opinion, the tearing of American society in the "Black Lives Matter" movement, and the increasingly prominent phenomenon of polarization in the political movement. All this means that our peaceful thoughts are dominated by the different opinions of others. Many people are controlled by their own emotions and eventually become Internet trolls. Why did these things happen? Let's discuss the "information cocoons(filter bubble)" this Wednesday and find out the reasons behind it.你觉得互联网会让人变聪明吗？我们现实中的社会情绪是平和友善的还是极端刻薄的？大家之间有共识存在吗？回答这些问题我们可以回顾一下2020年发生的事情。新冠疫情所产生的社会舆论的分化，黑命贵运动中美国社会的撕裂，政治运动中越来越突出的极化现象，这些都意味着我们岁月静好的时空被异己的意见所占据，许多人被情绪，立场所控制变成了网络喷子，这是为什么呢？这周三让我们讨论一下“信息茧房”，来一探究竟。
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