Constantly wrong: The case against conspiracy theories (Kirby Ferguson/YouTube) –Big conspiracies require a lot of actions and people, and therefore a lot of vulnerabilities. They get found out. Somebody talks, and blatantly obvious, simple evidence emerges.
Consider Jeffrey Epstein. He wasn’t busted due to mumbo-jumbo Qanon- and Pizzagate-style hints and clues. He was busted because his victims came forward and told their stories in plain English.
The most obvious answer is almost always true.
Also, the Gwyneth Paltrow movie “Sliding Doors” is the greatest movie of all time.