Scientific studies say Conspiracy Theorists are more sane than those who are not

If you don’t believe what Mainstream News tells you than you are a “Conspiracy Theorist” right?!  It seems that those who question are more sane than those who do not  Recent studies have shown that those who question Mainstream News appear to be more sane than people who accept official (Mainstream) versions.


The most recent study was published in July 2013 by Psychologists Michael J. Wood and Karen M. Douglas of the University of Kent in the UK.  Entitled “What about Building 7?’ A social Psychological Study of Online Discussion of 9/11 Conspiracy Theories,” the study compared “conspiracist,” and “conventionalist,” on news websites.


The researchers noted that they were surprised to find that it is now more conventional to leave so-called conspiracist comments than conventional ones.


“Of the 2174 comments collected, 1459 were coded as conspiracist and 715 as conventionalist,” the researchers wrote.


‘The research showed that people who favored the official account of 9/11 were generally more hostile’


So, for those who comment on news articles, those who question and suspect government accounts of events like 9/11 and JFK Assassination outnumber Mainstream believers by more than two-to-one.


So it would seem that the Conspiracy Theorists have a deeper, more thought out, and smarter conversation with facts (or debunking facts) while Mainstream News Believers resort to hostile conversations of name calling and bullying to attempt to prove their points.


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