The article submitted for WorldTruth.tv was a rehash on an old viral scare from a couple years back about the pacific ocean “dying.”
Our issue with this story is that, with the exception of 1 link about Chernobyl, all of the source links point to fear-mongering www.enenews.com, a site that focus solely on questionable conclusions from questionable science. Most of the “scientific evidence” presented in this article was already disproved. You can read a nice collection of the debunking on Metabunk.com.
On the surface, worldtruth.tv appears to be more alarmist conspiracies than satirical comedy — or actual credible scientific facts. If you share something from WorldTruth, you should probably make sure your scientist buddies read it first.
The ruling: Neither real nor satire. Just . . . questionable.
UPDATE: Looking on WT.TV’s Facebook Page, they did fall for the Facebook Disclaimer hoax, the one that rears its ugly head every now and again.
That version is the older version, circulating around 2011, 2012. Considering the frequency with which WorldTruth’s social media pages are updated, we might need to seriously consider their site a milder version of a Green Ink site.
EDITOR’S NOTE: You can read more about who enenews.com really is here.