Sorry I’ve been away for so long, dear readers. I’ve been busy with life and finding a new job.
I thought I would post my submission to the Atheist Foundation of Australia magazine. Feedback is welcome!
Since I am not a fan of conspiracy theories, woo, quackery, psychics or anti-vaccinators (anti-vaxxors), I thought I would repost this blog to help people get a better understanding of how these types of misinformation spreads and gets out of control. The scoiology of the anti-vaxxor movement can be applied to any movement that is based on conspiracy theory with a heavy anti-science base.
Enjoy. I’m off to play Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines for the millionth time.
In light of the many many pseudoscientific conspiracy theories that have been making the rounds on Facebook lately, I thought I would repost this in the hopes that people do a little bit of research and realise that their conspiracy theories are nothing more than them being unable to admit they are wrong. This article was originally posted here. Note: This article is not mine.