Well, what a week that was. There was diplomatic change in Malaysia, the revisitation of gun violence, and one continent ceased to exist.
There’s a vast division between the science world and flat-earthers. In an effort to bridge the gap, I attended one of their conventions.
The conspiracy theory is a social construct that never seems to go away. However, one study has discovered a very human reason why we cling to these nonsense plots.
While the flat-earth theory is new in intensity, it is old in application. In fact, there are many people to blame. Consider this the definitive list.
Conspiracy theories exist largely because of mainstream media’s lies. So when that same media admonishes the theorists, it’s a case of the pot calling the kettle suspect.
Fake news, alt-facts and doublespeak is here to stay. Fortunately, I’ve developed a failproof method to debunk it. The Dave test.
The US Government has let the cat out of the bag. Yes, everything is a conspiracy. But that’s exactly what they’d want us to think.
Ash Imani mulls over selective scepticism – the irrational love child spawned when ignorance hooks up with the socratic method – and how it manages to delude a large chunk of the populace.
With conspiracy theories on the web, Nicola Ranger says it’s good to question but it needs to be reasonable
With a re-examination into Kurt Cobain’s death now in bloom, Lyssa Campbell dives into the murky world of conspiracy theories.