If you talk to enough people I'm sure that there are. Sometimes things are so conflicting that even a neutral response can cause another conflict within that argument. There will always be someone with another theory, so odds are yes.
What that the whole thing is only a figment of your imagination?
Not that I know of.
by Keith Ham 6 years ago
I've heard it all a thousand times and more. The this, the that, the whatever, the evil organizations. In fact, just moments ago I received a comment on how FB was invented by the CIA, isn't that crazy? I know some of you do believe this stuff and I don't mean to offend, I know there is conspiracy...
by Specialkizza 9 years ago
I ask this question to all readers and myself. I ask that everyone who frequents this topic to please reply. Feel free to elaborate and converse. Thank You. Its both for me. I can't remember when I felt more passionate about something. I'm from NYC and a vet, so these theories, especially 911...
by ArtzGirl 6 years ago
Do you think that Conspiracy Theories are worth investigating further?What is your feeling about the term "Conspiracy Theory"? Does this have a bad connotation and meaning to you?
by India Arnold 7 years ago
Why do conspiracy theories get ignored, even if bullet point proof is presented?
by deegle 9 years ago
Who is to blame for conspiracy theories? The ones that reports or exposes them or the ones that conceals activities that get discovered then gets leaked to those that reports or exposes them?
by kirstenblog 8 years ago
There are so many conspiracy theories out there, from ones that sound spot on to inter-dimensional alien human hybrid shape shifters (I keep expecting to see the pope turn into a lizard man).What conspiracy theories do you believe are true or very likely to be true? Are there some you don't believe...
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