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    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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    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…

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    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 conspiracy…

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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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    If there is one thing I have learned over the past few years of hosting a political radio show, it's that Republicans love conspiracy theories. And I am not just talking run of the mill, fun to think about conspiracies, like Aliens built the Pyramids or that Elvis is alive and well and playing shuffleboard with the ghost of Colonel Sanders in some Florida retirement community. No, I'm talking over the top nonsensical bullsh*t straight out of the annals of Alex Jones' sock drawer. You can…

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    into and tackle the prevalence, frequency, and predisposition for conspiracy theories in our society. Uscinski and others found several predispositions the most notably and potentially influential being the partisan predisposition. Today, the bipartisan line seems very clear and the parties are very divided to the point where legislation and government is plausibly affected. Uscinski’s findings in The Effect of Conspiratorial Thinking and Motivated Reasoning on Belief in Election Fraud show that…

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    50% of Americans believe in more than one conspiracy theories to explain mysterious events. A conspiracy theory is an explanation of an event or situation that creates an unjustifiable conspiracy, usually involving an illegal or harmful act done by the government or other powerful act. Conspiracy theories are a widely believed public phenomenon, that provides an explanation for an event that needs an explanation or a better one than it already has to explain why it happened. Many people on…

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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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    The first Donald Trump conspiracy theory Ben and Matt proposed was that Trump ran for president as a false flag candidate. The main theory is that Trump ran for president to help Hillary Clinton and The Democrats win the election. The theoretical plan being that Donald Trump would gain the Republican nomination and then basically embarrass the party. Matt starts the base of the theory when he said: “A few weeks before he announces his candidacy he has an off the record phone call with former…

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    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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