The Facts

Checks & Balances  

a truth finding engine

Digital Data Integrity

objective and impartial

An Information Age reboot

Access to Excess & Excessive Accessibility 

There aren't too many people over the last 100 plus years unfamiliar with the many renditions or variations of "too much of a good thing...". This simple, versatile phrase relating to excess, started its literary journey over 2300 years ago and was recorded by (or from) people such as Plato, Shakespeare, Nietzsche, Twain, and West to name just a few. And used in ways that seem to cover all possible uses. From the philosophical to the mathematical, as cautionary to the comedic, or as in regret of not having  more prior to death to the regret of having more resulting in death.

The importance of this universal quote is that when everyone has access to nearly... is nearly impossible to protect even the most savvy online goer from:

But is it "too much of a good thing" or are there just not enough quality controls?

With almost 50 years of the "Digital Information Age" under the collective belt of modern society...

"too much" 

is an understatement

Since 2016, almost 90% of all data on the internet was created. This includes the digitization of the nearly 99% of all hard copy or non-electronic data in existence. Quality controls for such a massive undertaking were and are limited. Only as of the last few years have people really started understanding the diversity of what is considered fact. 

Even statistics online are rough estimates at best. Many are outdated and have a narrow range of sources. For example, the estimates below took days to compile from multiple search engines and over 30 "reputable" sources spanning 18 months.

Internet Statistics January 2022 through July 2023

Plans are already in the works to expand the storage facilities of the Internet to keep up with the high volume of data, transactions and streaming usage increasing every millisecond.  But what about the accuracy of the information, the validity of the interactions and the family-friendly safety of the interfacing?


 Statistically Accurate Answers 


Statistically Accurate:  in the vast abyss of all the available information every created and collected, it still remains that nearly every fact is not actually 100% fact. Nor is every question partnered with the best, most comprehensible answer. However, in both instances, there are the facts that are the closest to being a 100% certainty and there are answers to questions that are almost 100% perfect. 

In Search of Answers

As the online user base becomes larger and larger by the second with an average of 200 to 300 million added each year, access to information has never been easier. But is it?

With over 10 billion searches a day, 2.7 billion or more of those are people are asking the Internet for answers to their questions. 

That is nearly  1 trillion a year!

Probability and Percentages

The answers are out there but which answers are which. Meaning, are the answers the right answers to the questions being asked? Are there better, more accurate results nestled in top 10 results? The top 20 results? 

The results below are from a international sample of Google and non-Google users in search of answers to their questions.

Overall, more than 50% of the  general public do not trust search results!

Statistically Accurate

Regardless of the general consensus, popular opinion or common belief, what is the actual reality of it?

The answer, there is no easy answer...yet!


 Probability Safe Search Results 


Probability Safe:  a new concept in producing the highest quality results and meeting the request of the answer seeker as they are intending (hoping) from their query. While never using language that distracts from delivering the utmost factually accurate, content neutral or unoffensive and unbiased response. 

Probably Safe?

Wait a Second...

Let's say the information being searched fits all the right criteria for accuracy, trustworthiness, and is based on facts, is it appropriate for everyone performing the search or viewing the results. Do browser settings or parental locks truly work? Are they too much or too little?

How much is (or isn't) sacrificed to protect today's youth from seeing what they should or shouldn't?

Better but is it BETTER...

As each new generation enters the digital arena, what is being searched runs a spectrum of experience and understanding from ages 5 and up and from nearly every background possible. With such diversity, 1 query should cover 1,000 potentially different intended curiosities. And with ease!

What are the chances the results reflect the researcher's request or fit the reach of their reasoning?

Probability Safe!

What this ISN'T

What this IS

All results meet a minimum factual standard of greater than 72%.

Every query will offer categorical results covering all possible question intentions. 

All based on the user's profile for up to 99% correct question answer probability. 

All free of query misinterpretations, unintentionally offensive answers or inappropriate results.

All Results are Probability Safe and the Answers are Always on an Increasing Scale of Statistical Accuracy 

Removing the browser or search engine misdirection from paid or promoted results. 

Removing privacy exploitation by not requiring cookies nor storing internet usage habits. 

Removing biased result restrictions typically used for corporate financial gain. 

Removing all false headlines or targeted click-baiting.


  Factually -Answered- Queries  


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) can be found on nearly every website, product insert, software install tutorial and mobile application that exist today. And that is just scratching the surface on how many of these popular, helpful "quick hit", and static Question & Answer sections are out there. The FAQ value though is generally limited by the respective purpose and location for which they exist. 

For example, a FAQ section about a single product on Amazon may have little to do with the FAQ section on a local restaurant's hours of operation. However, searching for "diner service" +"food" may reveal a children's toy on Amazon and the popular hometown eatery. When the intent was to find out common diner services and diner food offerings as a soon to be new diner owner, neither provide significant or even relevant value.

The WCAT FAQs or Factually Answered Queries should rectify that!

Removing the think work out of knowledge seeking!

For users to utilize The FAQs Phase One, the above splash screen will be front and center following user profile completion. Unlike the screenshot above, it will be a live, interactive portal complimenting the live release of the first WCAT Community project in September of 2023. 

Ethical Evidence

the duty of unbiased information sharing

Amplifying the Importance of Clarity

FAQs Back-End 


The WCAT spin on the well known site-specific FAQs kept the acronym but expanded upon the Q&A range of 5+, typically, to 100M+ by 2025.

Every aspect meets a new standard in answer seeking and result revealing organization . An evolving, all-encompassing, guaranteed answer safe result(s) every time. 

Months of planning, coding, criteria loading, connection building/securing  and scanning over 80 million suitable websites to start building, testing and training the:

Comprehensive Data A.I. Validator (CDAIV).

Ask & You 

Shall Receive

80,000 searches of the most sought after answers to over 340,000 of the preceding related queries. 110 Petabytes (or 110k Terabytes) compiled of good, trustworthy information. Pulled in from all relevant data sources, data types and all possible vantage points or data viewpoints. 

This answer engine will continue knowledge seeking, answer collecting and information purifying in the hundreds of millions of bytes per day!

The Clear & Safe Choice

The goal being to achieve the Highest Factual Accuracy Rating of a 1-HFAR (97%+) for every question asked through every result/answer shown.

The A.I. Engine progress has been substantial with nearly 1,000,000 unassisted (no human needed) comprehensively and objectively vetted answered queries. Each carrying an average statistically verified accurate rating of 97.3% factual. 

The outcome took around 9,000,000 question variations, keywords and keyword combinations using a multitude of potential intended meaning possibilities. 

The Information Age reboot Has Begun!

As everything progresses, by the end of 2025 completing Phase Four, the data warehousing goal is to have every possible question or information query researched, stored, verified and readily accessible. While when searched,  only revealing results specifically relevant to the user's age, personality, cultural setting, physical environment, financial situation, emotional maturity, and more....

...without the user even having to search or make the inquiry!