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Finally, early life education can help children avoid belief in conspiracy theories.The chemtrails conspiracy is the idea that airlines are deliberately spraying a mixture of toxic chemicals into the atmosphere, with undisclosed goals that may have to do with weather modification or mind control.Another possible reason for why people believe in conspiracy theories is that it makes them feel 'special.' The reptilian conspiracy theory is the idea that shape-shifting reptilian aliens are running the world by taking on a human form and gaining political power.
What do you think; are these statements true or false? “Everyone my age is married but me.” FALSE In fact, between ages 18 and 34, the percent of PWDs who have never married is 74%. If we consider all adults ages 18 and older, 41% of PWDs are married as are 52% of adults without disabilities (Schur, Kruse, & Blanck, 2013). “Online dating is only for losers.” FALSE Surely not, in that according to the Pew Internet (2016), 27% of American adults ages 18 to 24 have used online dating, 15% of Americans overall. For example, the share of 55- to 64-year-olds who use online dating doubled from 6% in 2013 to 12% in 2015. “There’s no website for people like me.” FALSE Of course, there is no reason why a PWD cannot use a dating app or online dating site like OKCupid, Tinder, Bumble, and e Harmony.Phil Wolf, owner of Wolf Automotive used car dealership, stands in front of a billboard on his auto lot on November 21, 2009 in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.Wolf, who paid ,500 for the sign, is a supporter of the 'birther' conspiracy, which questions President Obama's citizenship Speaking to Time Magazine, Uscinksi said that people who have lost something look to conspiracy theories to 'explain that loss.' This can be observed by the popularity of certain conspiracy theories when the presidency changes. Bush was in power with Dick Cheney as his Vice President, there were theories that the Blackwater protection company masterminding the Iraq war to obtain oil.A Colorado woman whose months-old scratch-off lottery ticket was rejected from a second chance drawing discovered it was actually a million winner.The Colorado Lottery said a woman named Linda told officials she bought the ,000,000 Golden Jubilee ticket, a Series game, from a Safeway store in Firestone in July.