Which conspiracy theory do you find plausible?
Some conspiracy theories are ridiculous and others are plausible to rational people. Do you believe in any conspiracy theories? Some examples might involve assassinations or suppressing certain technologies.
All of them, if you have your read any of my Hubs you wouldn't have to ask that question however I forgive you, maybe you were busy washing your hair or walking the dog.
Of course my favorite is Nibiru and the ongoing Polar Shift, followed by the Moon is an artificial Space Station for Aliens and then the concept that our Earth is Hollow like a bubble with more land mass on the inside than out and a virtually paradise.
Now the fact that No Planes were used in 9/11 and Israel, the Mob, LBJ and the CIA conspired to kill JFK is small time in comparison but fun to talk about at the dinner table.
I think most of them are plausible. Some definitely are baseless. My most favorite one is still the Area 51 conspiracy theory.
Well they have suppressed zombies or reanimating dead flesh. It can be done but the government does not want it to be known.
I think Aliens from other planets are real. I would not doubt if the government has covered it up. I honestly think if they shared that information and educated the public, if there was an invasion, we would be better prepared. And all of that is an if.
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by ArtzGirl 6 years ago
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by deegle 8 years ago
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