What’s the difference between a conspiracy theory and an actual conspiracy?
It could be a great question, but has the question been formulated correctly?
And is “conspiracy theory” still the correct term for belief in phenomenon such as “pizzagate?”
Once again, these could be great questions. Let us put them aside for one moment and turn our attention to an experiment carried out by researchers at UCLA.
Professors used artificial intelligence machine learning to compare the characteristics of an actual known and proven conspiracy which tool place on earth in real time, and a conspiracy theory which has been repeatedly debunked and known to be not true.
Well not true in the real world.
In the world of Qanon and his/her followers – the Qanonces – nothing is true and facts are not proven….