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"Bad thinkers" - Why do some people believe conspiracy theories?

nomoreketones

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From google search:
For the first 12 hours after conception, the fertilized egg remains a single cell. After 30 hours or so, it divides from one cell into two. Some 15 hours later, the two cells divide to become four. And at the end of 3 days, the fertilized egg cell has become a berry-like structure made up of 16 cells.

Is that really so bad? The organs will be able to help a lot of people.
 

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COLUMBIA PROFESSOR SAYS "US BOMBED NORD STREAM, BLOOMBERG HOST LOSES HIS MIND !!​


View: https://www.bitchute.com/video/pbRjEclP1QxJ/


 

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Interesting question.
One of the biggest and most fascinating conspiracy theorists I’ve come across yet is a former YouTuber called „Sv3rige“. I‘m sure most of you are familiar with him.

The guy is literally the epitome of a conspiracy theorist. I really wonder what kind of life he had, which in turn made him into the person he is (or was).

He should be studied imo.
 

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Funny how Grenfell didn't fall unlike two famous high rise buildings we know - I guess the absence of air planes explains this lol

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Academia is being funded to research this stuff

Politics and Governance has just released a new issue, fully open access, and all articles are free.


The Role of Religions and Conspiracy Theories in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes (2022, Volume 10, Issue 4)
Edited by Oliver Hidalgo and Alexander Yendell
Complete issue: www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/issue/view/325

Table of Contents:

The Role of Religions and Conspiracy Theories in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/6271
By Oliver Fernando Hidalgo and Alexander Yendell

On Conspiracy Thinking: Conspiracist Ideology as a Modern Phenomenon
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5724
By Stefan Christoph

Religions and Conspiracy Theories as the Authoritarian “Other” of Democracy?
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5826
By Oliver Fernando Hidalgo

Conspiracy Theory Beliefs and Political Trust: The Moderating Role of Political Communication
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5755
By Bernd Schlipphak, Mujtaba Isani and Mitja D. Back

When Believing in Divine Immanence Explains Vaccine Hesitancy: A Matter of Conspiracy Beliefs?
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5766
By Riccardo Ladini and Cristiano Vezzoni

Covid‐19‐Related Conspiracy Myths, Beliefs, and Democracy‐Endangering Consequences
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5798
By Gert Pickel, Cemal Öztürk, Verena Schneider, Susanne Pickel and Oliver Decker

Links Between Conspiracy Thinking and Attitudes Toward Democracy and Religion: Survey Data From Poland
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5832
By Franciszek Czech

Individual‐Level Predictors of Conspiracy Mentality in Germany and Poland
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5865
By Fahima Farkhari, Bernd Schlipphak and Mitja D. Back

The Anti-Homophobia Bill (PLC 122) in Brazil: Conspiracies and Conflicts Between the Constitution and the Bible
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5871
By Diego Galego

Religion, Conspiracy Thinking, and the Rejection of Democracy: Evidence From the UK
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5904
By Alexander Yendell and David Herbert
 

Mossy

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Academia is being funded to research this stuff

Politics and Governance has just released a new issue, fully open access, and all articles are free.


The Role of Religions and Conspiracy Theories in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes (2022, Volume 10, Issue 4)
Edited by Oliver Hidalgo and Alexander Yendell
Complete issue: www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/issue/view/325

Table of Contents:

The Role of Religions and Conspiracy Theories in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/6271
By Oliver Fernando Hidalgo and Alexander Yendell

On Conspiracy Thinking: Conspiracist Ideology as a Modern Phenomenon
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5724
By Stefan Christoph

Religions and Conspiracy Theories as the Authoritarian “Other” of Democracy?
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5826
By Oliver Fernando Hidalgo

Conspiracy Theory Beliefs and Political Trust: The Moderating Role of Political Communication
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5755
By Bernd Schlipphak, Mujtaba Isani and Mitja D. Back

When Believing in Divine Immanence Explains Vaccine Hesitancy: A Matter of Conspiracy Beliefs?
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5766
By Riccardo Ladini and Cristiano Vezzoni

Covid‐19‐Related Conspiracy Myths, Beliefs, and Democracy‐Endangering Consequences
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5798
By Gert Pickel, Cemal Öztürk, Verena Schneider, Susanne Pickel and Oliver Decker

Links Between Conspiracy Thinking and Attitudes Toward Democracy and Religion: Survey Data From Poland
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5832
By Franciszek Czech

Individual‐Level Predictors of Conspiracy Mentality in Germany and Poland
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5865
By Fahima Farkhari, Bernd Schlipphak and Mitja D. Back

The Anti-Homophobia Bill (PLC 122) in Brazil: Conspiracies and Conflicts Between the Constitution and the Bible
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5871
By Diego Galego

Religion, Conspiracy Thinking, and the Rejection of Democracy: Evidence From the UK
www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/5904
By Alexander Yendell and David Herbert

The conspirators conspiring against their greatest threat: those who carry the baton of truth; handed down to them by way of tradition and religion; from thousands of generations, and thousands of years, back. This is their lofty goal: to uproot truth. It's no wonder they're attempting to work from the place of academia, in an attempt to validate their fraud and justify their actions. From what I read, the Prussians did the same thing: establishing their ideology in academia, in order to legitimize it, justifying their atrocities—and look who descended from them.
 

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