On the Mysterious Universe Blog Nick Redfern writes:
There can be absolutely no doubt that in today’s world of global
uncertainty, conspiracy theories are everywhere. Saddam Hussein’s
ever-elusive weapons of mass destruction, the Edward Snowden affair, the
events of 9/11, and the UK’s 7/7, have all attracted the attentions of
conspiracy theorists who believe that the stories told to us on
these (and many other) topics do not reflect the full facts.
Of course, there is nothing new about conspiracy theorizing: it has
existed for just about as long as recorded history, itself. After all,
one only has to look at the November 22, 1963 assassination of President
John F. Kennedy, the 1968 killing of Martin Luther King, Jr., and NASA’s Apollo moon-landings of 1969-1972, to see that widespread skepticism exists in relation to the official version of events.
It’s fair to say, too, that conspiracy theories vary from the
possible to the plausible, and from the downright unlikely and ludicrous
to chillingly probable. Do I think there was a conspiracy...
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