Conspiracies: The Facts * The Theories * The Evidence Epub

Conspiracies: The Facts * The Theories * The Evidence❰Download❯ ✤ Conspiracies: The Facts * The Theories * The Evidence Author Andy Thomas – Varanus.us The Kennedy assassination Princess Diana s death The moon landing Are official accounts of these events true or is something nefarious going on With trust in authorities at an all time low, and the In The Kennedy assassination Princess Diana s death Facts * PDF Æ The moon landing Are official accounts of these events true or is something nefarious going on With trust in authorities at an all time low, and the Internet always buzzing, conspiracy theories now spread like wildfire But how do we separate fact from fiction The Ultimate Guide to Conspiracies examines the believers and whether they should be taken seriously looks back in history to pinpoint actual conspiracies and carefully Conspiracies: The PDF/EPUB or examines some of today s most popular conspiracies, from UFO cover ups to and The New World Order While it ventures into some shadowy, even gruesome, territory at times, it s a journey well worth taking.

Conspiracies: The Facts * The Theories * The Evidence Epub
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Conspiracies: The Facts * The Theories * The Evidence
  • Andy Thomas
  • English
  • 16 June 2019
  • 1780285086

    10 thoughts on “Conspiracies: The Facts * The Theories * The Evidence Epub


  1. says:

    This is a fair review of conspiracies Facts are given , then one is left to deduce whether to agree or disagree.In today s environment, with trust in governments at an all time low, conspiracy theories have found a new currency, and websites and social networking ensure they receive a wider andrapid spread than ever before But how do we separate truth from imagination Was Princess Diana murdered, as many people think, despite all the official denials Did NASA really go to the Moon, whe This is a fair review of conspiracies Facts are given , then one is left to deduce whether to agree or disagree.In today s environment, with trust in governments at an all time low, conspiracy theories have found a new currency, and websites and social networking ensure they receive a wider andrapid spread than ever before But how do we separate truth from imagination Was Princess Diana murdered, as many people think, despite all the official denials Did NASA really go to the Moon, when anomalies in the photographic record suggest otherwise Could 9 11 really have been set up by agencies within the USA itself The author opens the conspiracy casebook by examining the mindset of those who believe in conspiracies, and considers whether the dismissive attitude towards them has been fair


  2. says:

    Good beginner s guide to some of the best known conspiracy theories Fairly balanced although you suspect the author is something of a conspiracy theorist himself , and the inclusion of historical and proven theories added credibility to a subject that is often seen as bonkers.


  3. says:

    If you love a conspiracy theory then you will love this book It s fab and I enjoyed learningin depth about the biggest conspiracy theories going


  4. says:

    This book was an interesting beginners look into conspiracy theories with lots of facts, definitions, history and examples Eye opening look at past events which leaves the reader to make their own mind up I didn t read this is one go, but over a few weeks.


  5. says:

    3.5 Thank you for the ARC of this given to me from NetGalley The following review is unbiased.I enjoyed this I m a little bit obsessed with conspiracies and people who try to both hold on to them and debunk them For someone who wants to knowthis is a great starting off point for sure It s likely to be extremely entertaining for someone who s just starting to test the water of this subject.This book is a re release with added information.


  6. says:

    This review is based on a pre release version of the book.In Western culture there are many conspiracy theories afoot from the older ones Pearl Harbor, the sinking of the Lusitania tomodern JFK, Paul is Dead, The Moon Landing to present day Princess Diana, 9 11, Bin Laden There are also conspiracy theories that aretimeless, like space aliens, the Illuminati and general New World Order goodness.This book attempts to give an Executive level overview into all of the above cons This review is based on a pre release version of the book.In Western culture there are many conspiracy theories afoot from the older ones Pearl Harbor, the sinking of the Lusitania tomodern JFK, Paul is Dead, The Moon Landing to present day Princess Diana, 9 11, Bin Laden There are also conspiracy theories that aretimeless, like space aliens, the Illuminati and general New World Order goodness.This book attempts to give an Executive level overview into all of the above conspiracies, and severalMr Thomas does do some good in pointing out what may be actual holes in the perception of truth, he often turns a blind eye to the fact that people are fallible.A case in point is one person identified Oswald s gun as a specific model, but official reports changed it to something else While this could mean there where hijinks afoot, thelikely explanation is that the first person was simply not as much of a gun expert as they thought.To be fair, he does admit some of the theories stray pretty far into lunatic territory, and that the truth to any story is probably somewhere between the official version and the theorist s viewpoint It s a pretty interesting read, and unless you re well versed on most conspiracies, you re probably going to learn something out of this Plus, there are a lot of websites at the end for further research or possible trolling on message boards At the end of each chapter, he gives a short pro and con for the conspiracy holding water While he clearly seems to give a lot of the conspiraciescredit than I do, he doesn t try to make the reader feel particularly stupid for not believing in the conspiracy.And I d never heard that Prince Charles was a lizard Can t say I believe that one at all


  7. says:

    I love a good conspiracy theory, even when they re blatantly ridiculous, an this book does an adequate job of pulling together some thoughts on some of thepopular ones 9 11, Kennedy, Diana, 7 7 andare covered and although none of them are examined in any great detail you re best reading dedicated books on any that interest you for real in depth analysis there s enough here to give you food for thought and promote additional reading.Andy Thomas does a good job of introducing each I love a good conspiracy theory, even when they re blatantly ridiculous, an this book does an adequate job of pulling together some thoughts on some of thepopular ones 9 11, Kennedy, Diana, 7 7 andare covered and although none of them are examined in any great detail you re best reading dedicated books on any that interest you for real in depth analysis there s enough here to give you food for thought and promote additional reading.Andy Thomas does a good job of introducing each conspiracy, offering thoughts for and against each of them and then summarising the facts and issues but without actually passing judgement Conspiracies is an easy and entertaining read and perfect to be plucked off the shelf on occasion when discussions turn to any of the conspiracies covered


  8. says:

    This was disappointing So while some of it may be on the hype I had for this in my head I ll warn you It s not some comprehensive investigation into each case, or even a half well you know, a half attempt It gives an overall view of the conspiracies, and while Thomas goes into some small amount of effort to point out holes he also seems to ignore any areas where human error or something normal could be explained I will say that for the beginner in conspiracies you should learn a thing This was disappointing So while some of it may be on the hype I had for this in my head I ll warn you It s not some comprehensive investigation into each case, or even a half well you know, a half attempt It gives an overall view of the conspiracies, and while Thomas goes into some small amount of effort to point out holes he also seems to ignore any areas where human error or something normal could be explained I will say that for the beginner in conspiracies you should learn a thing or two But for those who already knew a little, it won t be much new I did like that at the end of each explanation there s a list for pros and cons to the conspiracy My recommendation Do you own research Sure it could be a starting point here, but this won t be something you can use for any argumentative papers in class


  9. says:

    I wanted a brief overview of conspiracy theories after stumbling on a particularly ridiculous website with blurred as hell photos of UFOs and that s exactly what you get with this book Explores the most famous conspiracies alongside some I d never heard of The one thing I wish had been included wasdiscussion of the inconsistencies of the theories themselves as opposed to just the official story Can t wait till they finally prove the Queen is a lizard btw, that ll be a fun day for us I wanted a brief overview of conspiracy theories after stumbling on a particularly ridiculous website with blurred as hell photos of UFOs and that s exactly what you get with this book Explores the most famous conspiracies alongside some I d never heard of The one thing I wish had been included wasdiscussion of the inconsistencies of the theories themselves as opposed to just the official story Can t wait till they finally prove the Queen is a lizard btw, that ll be a fun day for us all


  10. says:

    Nice overview of different conspiracies fake lunar landing, Illuminati, etc Nothing really new here though But like its title impliesit s a guide, not a comprehensive investigation I would recommend for anyone not familiar with basic theory and looking for a fairly objective summary.

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