Today, I admit that the idea I injected for this article is the result of my foolishness. It was said that Plagiarism in some contexts is considered theft or stealing but from the point of view of the law, it is a non-existing concept. Plagiarism is not mentioned in any current statute, either criminal or civil.
A number of reasons I see that will prove that what we read from the Internet are 100% plagiarized pieces. This might include too of our original writings published on our blog sites and other paying sites. As I always said, don’t take this seriously. This is only a warm up guys.
Now I will ask you to analyze this statement: When we say original works - it is created or invented works by as being new respectively (from the first stroke of the point till the last stroke of the point to finish it), and thus can be distinguished from reproductions, clones, forgeries, or derivative works or it is a created work not received from others nor one copied based on the work of others.
Secondly I will ask you to browse or surf the Internet. Look for an article to read about any subject topic. If you can do so read it twice or as you like. Then copy a sentence from that article. Be sure that it has a subject and predicate with punctuation.
Assuming that the sentence you copied for analyzing is found from this article you are reading now and it is the title I used here “What We Read from The Internet are 100% Plagiarized Pieces“. How you can prove it that this sentence I used for the title is plagiarized? Now analyze the sentence.
To help analyze the sentence look the following:
- The letters I used on that sentence
- The number and other characters I used
- The punctuation I used
- The words I used to form the sentence
Next ask yourself the following:
- Did Pruelpo know about letters before the English Alphabet was invented?
- Did Pruelpo know how to form a word from letters before the English Alphabet was created?
- Did Pruelpo know how to use punctuations before the English Alphabet was invented?
- Did Pruelpo arrive before the invention of the English Alphabet?
If your answers are “YES” to the above questions – it means that the article you are reading now is not plagiarized.
The fact is – the letters, words, numbers, punctuations and other characters needed for our awesome writings are plagiarized from those people who first invented them. They were invented hundred or thousand years ago, available in dictionaries, encyclopedias and other learning materials! Your views and opinions are welcome.