I find many conspiracy theories entertaining/interesting. I was the king of conspiracy theories back in the 70's when I was trying to clear my mind of every belief I had ever been indoc-ed with. I found myself swimming in possibilities no one else could/would agree to, there were so much less conspiracy theorists around back then, I found myself alone with my ideas until I lost track of what the common belief system was. Ideas that today make best selling authors, filmmakers, and radio hosts, ideas from digesting computer chip memories to living in a virtual world to historical coverups, only landed me into jail cells. To walk and function freely upon the streets again, I had to remember the common belief system and learn to sound, once again, like everyone else, while knowing those "possibilities", those "conspiracy theories", were supported by logic. I had to understand logic and critical thinking fluently in order to think about the possibilities without divorcing myself from the common order. So now, I understand everyone's conspiracy theory but am critical when they embrace them as "knowings". We "know" little, though we may "believe" a lot, and we may support our "beliefs" with well thought through reasoning, but too often "reasoning" is just "pattern recognition", and if you've ever taken an IQ test you'll know that the highest scorers on IQ tests are people who are very good with pattern recognition, but who may be less good with critical thinking, with understanding the difference between knowing and belief, and therein lies the truth of the old saying "there's a fine line between genius and madness." One tool I recommend for those who would explore possibilities is to not use the word/concept "believe", rather use the word/concept "speculate". And understand there are several forms of truth "1. workable truth 2. useful truth 3. coherent truth 4. relative truth 5. logical truth", and conclusions may conform to one of those five and not the others, while in the meantime, I speculate, humans' capacity to reason and observe is too insufficient ever to know Absolute Truth.