posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 05:32 PM
Here's this article that I read today saying that who believes in conspiracy theories see authorities as fundamentally deceptive. Thats pretty wild
statement I would say.
What can we make out of these studies? That we are morons and believe everything thats presented to us?
Or is this some kind of SOPA act to diminish and evaporate all conspiracy websites, well there you have it another conspiracy has born!
Did they also have a thorough investigation into these false cases?
The conviction that the "official story" is untrue can lead people to believe several alternative theories-despite contradictions among
Wow 137 people they base their study on... up yours Michael W, Karen D and Robbie S of the University of Kent.
To see if conspiracy views were strong enough to lead to inconsistencies, the researchers asked 137 college students about the death of Princess
Diana. The more people thought there "was an official campaign by the intelligence service to assassinate Diana," the more they also believed that
"Diana faked her own death to retreat into isolation." Of course, Diana cannot be simultaneously dead and alive.
I don't know people most of time when I'm around here I see threads come and go just like mine, we discus and go on right? only the real big
threads stay around and most of the time, they are well grounded with very good evidence. But did it come to riots or other disturbances?
Soon they gonna blame us what happened in those countries that are starting to rival up for freedom and democracy.
I think they slowly trying to cover us up here.......
source: Science daily