I'm concerned there are possibly some conspiracy theorists who are beginning to self-regulate what they say
Good. They should. It doesn't do "conspiracy theorists" or anyone any good to spout off without self-regulating what they say.
Some 'conspiracy theories' are logical, intelligent and well thought out.
Others are hysterical, irrational, emotional, riddled with logical inconsistencies, and could be debunked by a child.
People would be wise to self regulate, and not spew the latter as "PROOF!" Conspiracy theorists would also do well not to call their theories - no matter well thought out - "proof." I applaud those who self regulate in this manner as well. Count me among the self regulators.
Not all theories are created equal. That being the case, self regulation is a virtue.
To be mean is never excusable, but there is some merit in knowing that one is; the most irreparable of vices is to do evil out of stupidity. - C.B.
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