A fact is a statement whose underlying rationale for believing it comes from a community basis or an observable reality. For instance, if the substance of the idea is derived from common knowledge or generally shared analysis methods.
For example, the idea “Coffee is a drink prepared from roasted coffee beans” is a fact. The existence of gravity is a fact.
All facts must be supported by a baseline. The baselines are insight, faith, logic, trust, witnessing, and science.
For each baseline, you must add connecting words. For instance, an example of "trust" might include information from a Washington Post article, and the connecting words would be "I trust the Washington Post to accurately report the news."