My counterclaim towards this argument is that there will be a disagreement between conclusions of the same experiment conducted more than once.This is supported by the fact that our memories are not just copies of facts. We change our memories to fit in with what we already know. In chinese whispers, people probably think they are passing on accurate information, without realising that they change the information so it makes sense to them. When we recall information, if we can’t remember small details our mind fills in the gaps with details that make sense As a result we often change our memories so they become more sensible and make more sense to us. This might involve making assumptions or generalisations. Sometimes we may mistakenly things that did not happen.