Conspiracy Theories

An estimated 33.1 million people think that life exists on other planets, while only 27.5 million - less than half the country - believe there's a God. Not only does this suggests that aliens are bigger than God, it shows that 'ufology' could probably be regarded as a new religion.
Product placement has reached parodic heights recently in music.
The riots taking place in many Muslim majority countries are contributing to a growing polarisation between 'the West' and Islam. Three factors mean this will only get worse - and remedy is needed.
Every time an event like the shootings in Aurora happens the first thing that people ask is: why? Already the internet is
Reports of inexplicably mutilated animal carcasses have been around for years in the UK and around the world.
When I first started visiting the Occupy London camps at St Paul's and Finsbury Square, what struck me most were the mixed messages. The camps are not short of creative people who come up with dozens of different slogans. But therein lies the problem for me.
A solar anomaly pictured by Nasa has excited conspiracy theorists, who speculated that it was everything from aliens powering
Occupy's St Paul's camp is no more. It was evicted in the early hours of 28 February - and now that it has gone, it's so much easier to see the value to Occupy of the camp and its location.
Mystery gridlines in the Chinese desert that were captured by Google Earth have spawned wild and worrying conspiracy theories
Well, here's something for Rylance to chew on: perhaps Shakespeare made it up, invented the details, as creative people are often known to do. This seems never to occur to Oxfordians, who reject the notion that a mere glovemaker's son from a provincial backwater, could possibly have had the wit to write some of the most brilliant and insightful verse in the English language.