So let's see what conspiracies have been proven to be conspiracy theories.
Study after study and now Fauci himself say masks don't work
The CDC now Admits the vaxx neither stop one getting Covid or stop one passing it on.
Evidence now proves the jabs are not safe. Mountains of evidence
We believe God created the Heavens and earth dumb atheists think the universe created itself out of nothing.
Science has proven man made climate change to be a hoax
We know Globalists exist morons like sharktwit thing Globalism is a conspiracy theory.
We know who instigated the Ukraine war. Dumbasses like Sharktwit only consider the war beginning when Russian troops marched into Ukraine. The mampara understands nothing more than that.
We understand trans ideology to be wrong. The mutilation of children and their sterilization to be a great evil. Sharktwut thinks it's healtcare
We know that sbutting down farms poses a huge danger to humanity. Sharktwit think it's a great move to save the planet!
Dumbass Sharktwit thought Trump colluded with Russia. We knew it was a Lie and so it has been proven.
We knew J6 was a stich up and again we are being proven correct.
The fact is we so called conspiracy theorist have been proven right time and again.
In fact ou sharktwit representing the Atheists and Satanists has been wrong just about every time. Bwahahahahahahahaha.
Only sharktwit totallack of self awareness allows him to continue posting here. A normal person would be too embarrassed.
Sharktwit is now the biggest buffoon on the board. Old Blobbie is making a challenge in this regard but can't quite match Sharktwit for driviling lunacy. Doubtless he will keep trying.
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There are a few potential reasons why some religious individuals might be more susceptible to conspiracy theories:
1. Epistemological framework:
Religions often involve accepting beliefs based on faith, without empirical evidence. This acceptance of non-empirical claims may make some religious individuals more receptive to conspiracy theories, which also rely on disregarding mainstream evidence in favour of alternative explanations.
2. Perceived external threats:
Some religious communities may perceive their beliefs and values as being under attack or threatened by external forces. This sense of threat can make individuals more inclined to accept conspiratorial narratives that offer a sense of control or protection against these perceived threats.
3. Group identity and conformity:
Religious communities often prioritize shared beliefs and values, emphasizing group cohesion and conformity. This can create an environment where accepting conspiracy theories becomes more likely, as they can provide a shared narrative that reinforces the group's worldview and fosters a sense of belonging.
4. Information sources and social networks:
Religious communities may have their own specific media sources, such as religious television channels, websites, or publications. These sources may present information with a particular bias or offer conspiracy-related content that aligns with their audience's existing beliefs.
Regarding fact-checking, it is a common human tendency for people to be selective in their fact-checking efforts, regardless of their religious beliefs. Confirmation bias and motivated reasoning can affect people across different religious and non-religious groups, leading them to seek out information that confirms their preexisting beliefs rather than critically evaluating all available evidence.