Why Conspiracy Theories Thrive

The study of religious or heroic legends and tales. One constant rule of mythology is that whatever happens amongst the gods or other mythical beings was in one sense or another a reflection of events on earth. Recorded myths and legends, perhaps preserved in literature or folklore, have an immediate interest to archaeology in trying to unravel the nature and meaning of ancient events and traditions.

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Why Conspiracy Theories Thrive

Postby circumspice » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:34 pm

I'm not so sure about this being the only set of causes... But it does offer some fairly plausible possibilities.

https://www.livescience.com/61655-flat- ... heory.html
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