This is a multi-faceted question, regarding the construction of arguments or even proofs, and regarding technical organization of and presentation of information, among potential other things.
The bottom line is this:Is it possible to make a user-friendly website that concretely debunks an entire concept?
One idea being that you can introduce and/or refute 80+% of people just by linking to an appropriate page on this website.
Consider the following existing formats of refutation and education, where I annotate perceived pros and cons:
1) thread conversations
(e.g. real conversations, chat-rooms, imageboards)
A person raises a question, people reply to them and they reply back>pro: personalized answers. the answers are likely to address the question properly>pro: iterative. the conversation can continue to refute counter-arguments and details not clarified in the original answer/s<con: usually redundant, waste of time. most people new to a topic or idea ask the same or similar questions. "We have this thread every week". it's tiresome and wasteful to answer the same base questions hundreds of times.<con: impromptu self-made answers. real-time responses are usually not well-formed, which may not be well-thought out and is usually open to dumb 'gotchas'. furthermore, they are likely to be shallow.
2) "read a book"
(e.g. some forums, some programmers)Post too long. Click here to view the full text.