...a list of actual conspiracy theories in and of themselves. You can study both sides of the coin on each one. Pull out the actual facts and compare them with actual events. You may come to the conclusion that some are reality & some are not. One cannot laugh off a conspiracy theory without first studying the evidence, nor should anyone believe one without doing the same. But to put every one of them in the same box and call them all foolish is not correct. Avoid ALL extremes! The intelligence of the intelligent can be frustrated by the mere thought that a few of these may be true. Too think that one can expand knowledge by putting a few to the test...may be too "dangerous".
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