There are an obscene amount of conspiracies out in the world.Some of which seem completely outrageous and make someone go “People really believe this?”. And some that are almost believable if not completely believable. Most of the time when wading through the unending sea of conspiracy theories it’s hard to look at them completely unbiased. We have a personal stake in some of these things. Wether it be 9/11 was an inside job or the government is poisoning our children with fluoride in the water a lot of people have some sort of stake and emotional attachment to these ideas. So human and emotional bias effects our views of these theories and the people behind them. Yet Keely tries to take an unbiased look at these seemingly ridiculous notions. This is something I admire and find interesting. And Keely also tries to explain why it is impossible to disprove such things and why they even exist in the first place. I had never really thought about these aspects in depth before so to have someone lay it all out on the table and get me thinking about it was nice. I enjoyed the deeply analytical look at conspiracy theories all together especially since I’m a total nerd when it comes to these things. I wouldn’t say I believe any of them but they’re interesting too look at and even more so now that I have read this article.