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    Airport Conspiracy Theorists

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    One of the biggest emerging conspiracies in the United States lies at the nation’s largest airport. For many years, the Denver International Airport has been subject to many conspiracies from people all over the country. Conspiracy theorists claim that something sinister and mischievous is going on at the airport and have many reasons and explanations to back up their claims. The major areas where conspiracies are forming are based on five main factors; the cost, underground areas below the airport, the size and location of the airport, various artworks in and around the airport, and the runways. These all lead to conspiracy theorists thinking that the Denver International Airport has dark meanings and secrets that people are not aware of.…

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    Area 51 is the holy grail of conspiracy theorists, with possibilities like the Pentagon studying flying saucers and keeping alien beings stored in water tanks. legend says that Area 51 connects by tunnel under the soil and possibly locomotives to other classified facilities in the country. Katie Couric spoke on the Today Show in 2001, that a mere 7 percent of Americans don’t believe the moon landing occurred. it’s believed that the whole event was staged somewhere in the desert terrain of…

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    Report” and “The Conspiracy Industry: Afterword to PM Expanded Investigation” are two articles both written for the Popular Mechanics magazine by James B. Meigs, the latter being written in 2006, one year after the former. “Debunking the 9/11 Myths: Special Report” is an in-depth analysis of conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks and the factual evidence that refutes these theories. “The Afterword” is a reflective piece that describes the uprising of the conspiracy theory community…

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    Why do Americans do That? Have you ever wondered why Americans endorse conspiracy theories or why some Americans choose to carry weapons? Why do Americans indulge in zombie movies? Americans tend to feel powerless and by believing in conspiracy theories, carrying weapons, and drowning in fictional zombie movies they feel more in control. Americans tend to be concerned with their own interests and typically disregard accepted and appropriate standards to achieve them. Viren Swami, a psychology…

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    Top 10 Conspiracy Theories The world is crazy. Pick up the closest tabloid and you’ll find all sorts of juicy information to keep you amused for hours. However, if these no longer interest you, maybe it’s time to dig a little deeper for entertainment. Below are 10 of the craziest, most interesting, conspiracy theories of all time. 1. The Rich and Powerful Want to Kill Us Commonly referred to as “The New World Order” this conspiracy is about population control. Apparently, there crème de la…

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    Conspiracy Theory

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    In my small circle of friends I'm generally known as the conspiracy theorist. I'm known to question everything. Often times this is a help in my every day life because I research and prepare for everything but occasionally it can be a hindrance as well because I'm not inclined to trust many sources of information. With that being said, I really think in this day and age of electronics- where everything literally is at your fingertips, we all need to be a little skeptical when considering the…

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    Sandy Hook Shooting Conspiracies The shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary was a tragic event, with twenty six dead and only questions remaining, it’s hard not to sympathize with the families of those lost. There is a movement, however, that claims the shooting was false (Spaeth). The shooting is believed to have been staged in order to pave the way for stricter gun control (Salazar). Conspiracy theorists, calling themselves Truthers, have presented evidence to support their claims numerous times…

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    Conspiracy Theory

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    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…

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    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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    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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