People Explain Which Conspiracy Theories They Genuinely Believe
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In this world, there are many things that don't have a rational explanation. Why is it we don't have any of the original footage from the moon landing? What happened to Amelia Earhart? How many of the things we believe to be true are really cover-ups?

Not having the answers to questions like these lead to conspiracy theories. I have always believed that the Bermuda Triangle sucks objects into other dimensions. Why else would there be so many disappearances in that area?

Some conspiracy theories are really crazy, but others are pretty plausible.

Curious about those theories, Redditor Meddling_Pickles asked:

"What conspiracy theory do you genuinely believe?"
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People Break Down Which Suspicions They Hold But Can't Yet Prove
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Have you ever had an itching feeling about something happening, but no one else believes you?

All owing to the fact that you can't prove it.

It's a terribly frustrating feeling.

And while, more often than not, these suspicions we carry do not, in fact, turn out to be true, on some occasions they most definitely are.

Making it all the more frustrating that we were unable to prove our suspicions in the first place.

Redditor TheRedLego was curious of suspicions being held by other members of the Reddit community which they, at the moment, are unable to prove, leading them to ask:

"What’s a suspicion you currently hold, but can’t prove right now?"
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People Break Down The Most Outlandish Conspiracy Theories They've Heard
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We've all probably heard of the "flat earth" conspiracy theory or something related to QAnon conspiracies. Well, some theories go far beyond anything we've heard before.

A conspiracy theory is defined as:

"A theory that explains an event or set of circumstances as the result of a secret plot by usually powerful conspirators."

Whether the theory makes sense or not, people who tout these theories have worked it around in their mind enough to believe it. Ask Reddit has shared some of the most outlandish conspiracy theories that people believe today.

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Let me make a quick point about conspiracy theories: Do people understand just how difficult it is for many of the conspiracies they claim to believe in to come to fruition? We're talking global levels of cooperation here, by the way, and it's clear the world can't even get itself out of a pandemic sooo...

But thankfully, there are some more innocent comnspiracies out there. For example, a former classmate once told me that he was convinced he couldn't remember all the items on his shopping list because of shopping elves distracting him to buy other things he didn't exactly need.

To be fair, he was a little stoned at the time and I told him he might want to consider just writing and referring to a shopping list.

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor ConcentrateNext1734 asked the online community,

"What’s a conspiracy that you believe, but the majority of people don’t believe or know about?"
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People Explain Which High School Conspiracy Actually Turned Out To Be True
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Teen dramas on television are popular because everything is high stakes.

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