Why Do People Believe in Conspiracy Theories?

The Appeal of Misinformation: According to Science

In our age of information, knowledge is more accessible than it has ever been in human history. But not all sources keep to the same veracity. To the skeptic, it may seem easy to discern between truth and fiction, but anyone can be mislead. Too often we find loved ones, friends, and perhaps even…

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Aspiring ecologist with a love for educational & technical writing. Curriculum developer and author.

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