I agree, it's all about beliefs and what we believe to be credible evidence. And when it's a life and death issue involving children and babies, emotion comes into play. Unfortunately, law enforcement agencies, medical professionals, and courts can and do make mistakes and these mistakes only come to light some of the time, and often it's many years later. As well as mistakes, cover-ups and tampering with evidence sometimes occurs too.
Modern science, while it has made great strides, is still very, very far behind the ancient masters such as the ones who designed and built the pyramids. The great pyramid of Giza has, for example, the distance from the earth to the sun encoded into it and many, many secrets of life, health, astrology, and physics, about which we are only beginning to pierce the veil of understanding today.
There are also many other mysterious structures around the world, like Stonehenge, the Sphinx, and buried cities. I think that much more advanced civilizations preceded us and though modern medical Science
thinks it knows so much, with each new discovery it will learn how infantile was its previous knowledge.
Yes, the internet contains a great deal of misinformation. At the same time, there are good things there too and people who previously had no way to speak to the world can now do so. There are also many, many out-of-copyright books being made available on the internet. Bringing information to the people and allowing them to decide what they believe outweighs the negatives of the internet, IMO.
Here's an article with a different point of view from yours (if you're interested):