This clip is a bit out of date, but it makes the point nicely. Google is great at finding all kinds of stuff, but plenty of the stuff it finds isn't particularly great.
The point I'd like you to take out of it isn't that you can't use Google and you must only use the library - it's more that you need to be really critical of what you read no matter where you're getting it from.
Information from the library is still far more likely to have been written and reviewed by impartial experts than that found online.
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