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  • Conspiracy Theory

    for a circumstance or event is known as a conspiracy theory. (Oxford Dictionary) In other words, conspiracy theories try to deny facts that many believe are the truth. To understand more about conspiracy theories, it is necessary to get familiar with five of the most widely believed conspiracy theories, which include the Iraq War conspiracy, the Princess Diana conspiracy, the 9/11 conspiracy, the Pearl Harbor conspiracy, and the Moon Landing conspiracy. In the 21st century, many happenings can be buried without their truths. Therefore, it is not an option but a requirement for the citizens to know about the conspiracy theories. The Iraq War conspiracy suggested that United…

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  • Conspiracy Theories Of The Illuminati Conspiracy

    enticing, yet fearful conspiracy theory around the world. I am going to discuss one of the most popular conspiracy theories of the 21st century regarding The Illuminati, or The New World Order, which is that globally known musician Beyoncé is a member of the Illuminati. This conspiracy theory is illogical because it incorporates conformation bias of conspiracy theorist, as well as lacks sound proof that Beyoncé’s career and family are influenced…

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  • Essay On Conspiracy Theory

    transparency. Not only did Americans distrust their government but they also resented it, which laid the ground for the reemergence of conspiracy theories. While many historians agree that conspiracy theory is a vital feature of modern society that merits attention, there is an ongoing dispute, among historians, about how best to study conspiracy theory. Recent historians approach the topic based on the historic event. While other historians undertake the more subtle challenge of looking at what…

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  • The Bilderberg Group Conspiracy Theories

    group is suspicious. Because of thI think everyone should know and understand what is the Bilderberg Group, their biggest conspiracy theories, and what they have planned for our future. The Bilderberg Group is one of the most exclusive organizations made up the world's best and most powerful bankers, businessmen, and politicians in the world. They meet once a year to discuss and make decisions about the formal issues around the world. The group was created by Denis Healey,…

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  • Gemini: Government Conspiracy

    Title Gemini Brief Twins find themselves on opposing sides of an alien run government conspiracy that threatens to change humanity. While one brother carries out their plans and rises to the presidency, the other wages a war to stop him before it 's too late. Pitch Gemini is a proposed 1-hour sci-fi drama series that is the embodiment of political conspiracy theories with the heart of a superhero epic and the soul of a Shakespearean tragedy. Think of it as a hybrid mixture of X-Files and V for…

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  • Why People Believe In Conspiracy Theories

    People who believe in conspiracy theories convince themselves that a group is trying to plot a devious act, or has executed a devious act, mainly aiming towards influencing mass media and politics. But how do people come up with these theories and why are some conspiracy theories so believable? Psychology gives a deeper explanation of these theories and the reasons why people believe in them. According to psychologists, people who believe in conspiracies feel like they don’t have a control in…

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  • Conspiracy Theory Research Paper

    Conspiracy theories alter the perceptions of many people by shifting their previously held beliefs of reality to “unthinkable” underlying debatable truths. With modern day technology advances exposing us to an endless amount of news, stories, and theories, people are surrounded with false information that can be absorbed and believed by influence and repetition. Without even trying, they are fed this plethora of information that no one really knows the accuracy behind. Conspiracy theories are…

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  • Speech On 9/11 Conspiracy

    all questions you might ask yourself, but what do they all have in common? Good morning/afternoon Ms. Bozzelli and fellow classmates today I will be talking to you about conspiracy theories. Conspiracy theories are theories that are made by people with evidence backing it up. A lot of conspiracy theories are about the U.S. government hiding things from us. I will be talking to you about 9/11, Area 51, and first the moon landing. I will also be talking to you about mandela effects. The first…

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  • How Did Marilyn Monroe Commit Suicide

    but there are many conspiracy theories surrounding her death and many people who believe that Monroe did not commit suicide but accidently overdosed or was murdered. Despite these popular conspiracy theories, Marilyn Monroe did commit suicide. It is evident that Marilyn Monroe committed suicide because of her long history of mental health problems, the outcome of a professional investigation, and other clear evidence. Marilyn Monroe was a well-known American actress and model famous…

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  • Conspiracy Theories

    Conspiracy Theories “Why Rational People Buy into Conspiracy Theories” by Maggie Koerth-Baker, discuses Conspiracy Theories and why people believe in them. She goes in to the factual part and also the scientific/ physiological view of it. Conspiracy theories are beliefs that there is a different story behind tragic events. She starts off by bringing up an event known as the Boston Marathon Bombing. She discusses how the Tsarneav brothers were responsible for the attack. She then brings up the…

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