You can use arrow keys to navigate in the map.
if your source is a video you need to link the video
It's hard to find the relevant information, no scrolling and skimming.
Within a long video, the relevant clip can be pointed out by its time stamp. The longer original video serves as a proof that it is not doctored.
If information is too long to fit into a premise, the sender can make or link to a video about it.
This should be a "But" node, not a "However" node; because it opposes the original premise.
They take to long to watch.
Unlike videotape that had to be viewed strictly sequentially, a video can be viewed from any random point. So if the relevant clip is pointed out, we can skip the rest easily.
"a text could take even longer to read"
-library of babel
Linking to a video is like telling someone to fuck off.
A video is irrefutable proof of a truth. Within a video, if the proof appears at a specific moment, its time stamp can be pointed out.
Providing a video proof engages the opponent. It does not attack him personally (=telling him to f* o)
[I repeated this as a "But" node, to show how it compares with a fallacy. Now this node can be opposed, but not the fallacy. Also, the fallacy leaves no trace of the sender.]
i just watched a video that explained undebatable why you are wrong only with sounds a visuals.
i would put the link in the source but i don't want to be rude towards you.