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Conspiracy theorists aren't all deranged weirdos. They're friends, family members and people you meet on the street.

Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? This is what the research suggests

Conspiracy theories: Here's what drives people to them, no matter how wacky

The Eye of Providence, or the all-seeing eye of God, seen here on the US$1 bill, has been taken by some to be evidence of a conspiracy involving the ...

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Why we are addicted to conspiracy theories

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Algorithms are one reason a conspiracy theory goes viral. Another reason might be you.

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Why People Believe Conspiracy Theories

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Cover for Conspiracy Theories and the People Who Believe Them

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Here's Why People Believe In Conspiracy Theories

Dissecting Every Conspiracy Theory That Tupac Is Still Alive

Core thinking error underlies belief in creationism, conspiracy theories: study

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Facebook content moderators end up believing conspiracy theories spread on the platform

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The far Q: conspiracists gather at a Trump rally at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes

How credulous cranks made me the subject of their baseless conspiracy theory

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When and how to use 4chan to cover conspiracy theories

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Revealed: populists far more likely to believe in conspiracy theories

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'Proof' of UFO Coverup Has Conspiracy Theorists Going Wild, but It's Really Just a Meteor

As a global population we are awash with conspiracy theories. But what effect do these really have on the public as we go about our day-to-day lives, ...

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But so vacant is the Mueller investigation when it comes to supporting any of the prevailing conspiracy theories that it did not find even a single American ...

Chemtrails conspiracy theory gets put to the ultimate test

Why do people share conspiracy theories and fake news? Maybe it's the human "need for chaos"

A Warning From Europe: The Worst Is Yet to Come. Polarization. Conspiracy theories.

Revealed: populists far more likely to believe in conspiracy theories

Even a broken clock is right twice a day; that's what they say about people who are supposed to be crackpots. It's the idea that there is a moment in time ...

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From the assassination of John F Kennedy to the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. From Roswell, New Mexico, to Nasa's moon landings.

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Facebook's Not Listening Through Your Phone. It Doesn't Have To

The affinities (and differences) between populism and a belief in conspiracy theories

How to Have a Conversation With a Conspiracy Theorist Without Losing Your Mind

'It Was Like a Cult': Leaving the World of Online Conspiracy Theories

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About 12 million of you believe in lizard people.