If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
Alejandro: Your point makes the assumption that an omniscent POV can be reached by any partaking individual. This is sorely mistaken. Perhaps there is an omniscient POV. No single human can come to the concluion on their own. To make the internet serve the views of an omniscient POV is, in reality, to make the internet serve the purposes of a tyrannical warlord. You need multiple views to ensure fairness and discourse away from genocide or such. After all, genocide does not come about from a free airing of free-market ideas, but from a tightly controlled propaganda system shoved down consumer's throats. The internet provides a way to change this, by allowing individuals to stack up on as many different sides of a situation as they can, and thus, coming as close to a true Omniscent POV as possible.