The Truth About Conspiracy Theories

The Truth About Conspiracy Theories

By M.E. Brines

  • Release Date : 2011-07-20
  • Genre : Politics & Current Affairs
  • FIle Size : 0.03 MB
Score: 3
From 19 Ratings
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The Truth About Conspiracy Theories Are Conspiracy Theories intrinsically absurd? Why do some people believe in them while others just laugh at the very idea? A must-read for every conspiracy theorist and scary as hell if you aren’t.


  • Don't be fooled...

    By Gareth White
    I was hoping for some insight into the conspiracists' mindset, but no, nothing insightful here. My guess is Brines spent more time adding up how many times he could get 99p than he did formulating this argument.
  • Why did I buy this 'book'?

    By Mandoolington
    My brother had previously bought a book on conspiracy theories which he really enjoyed. I thought I would give this one a go as it was 99p and was rated reasonably. Stupidly I rushed into it and that's what you get. Not a whole book, but 8 pages of writing that personally I believed I could have written, given the time and effort. I'm sure the author put some effort into this book ( all 8 pages of it) but to me it seems an absolute farce that I paid nearly £1 for such a book. It's not a large sum of money but it's the principal. I feel conned. Why did I buy this? If I could give it 0 stars I would. Pointless. The fact that there are also other books by the same author, one of which is merely 7 pages long, which also cost 99p is a mystery to me. I would call it daylight robbery.
  • Poor

    By Jimmy Crick
    This book doesn't talk much about conspiracy theories and just explains what they are...a free web article would have been just as good! Quite disappointing!