The Psychology Of Being A “Non-Conspiracy Theorist”

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PostSat Jan 25, 2014 3:16 pm » by One-23


Fascinating Read... :flop:

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There is a brand of people amongst us. They have no name but they exist. They are everywhere, at work, at home, at school, and in the streets, stores, and shopping malls. It is highly unlikely to not know someone who belongs in this category. It’s the so called non-conspiracy theorists. You know, the guy who tries to terminate conversations by alleging that you are nothing more than a “conspiracy theorist” and the information you share is false or not believable. Yes, that guy. Let’s meet face to face with your typical non-conspiracy theorist. We all know them, they often are the ones who hold the “conspiracy” verbal accusation as a valid logically defined argument in and of itself.

The logic works like this:

Conspiracy theorist says: “You are claiming that fire alone can cause a building to self-implode, descend at free-fall speed into its own footprint? That’s physically impossible. What about Newton’s Laws and laws of thermal dynamics and such? “

Non-conspiracy theorist says: “No, you are wrong because you are a conspiracy theorist.”

And with that, often the non-conspiracy theorist will walk away. What’s happening? They had nothing to elaborate on so the non-conspiracy theorist, whose thinking is engineered and controlled by government, mainstream media and Hollywood entertainment, resorted to a socially engineered answer. For this reason it is fascinating to explore the mindset and psychology of the individuals who take this position in place of a logical stance.

Continue reading here http://www.thesleuthjournal.com/psychol ... -theorist/
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