it's a lot easier to build a bomb out of ordinary household ingredients than it used to be, and safer, too
There is a fine line between information and complete bullshit on the internet.<br />
'I researched it' = I read an obscure article I had found on the internet, I searched for more obscure articles corroborating the same speculations in the first article. I do not engage in critical thought whatsoever because my beliefs strongly coincide with this material. I am now an expert on the subject.
If you're not on Facebook you're classed as suspicious. Apparently there's a connection between psycho's and not having a Facebook.<br />
There's probably a connection between Psycho's and not having a Kitten.
Yes and it also allows them to think they're a larger community than they are.<br />
Think about it, 90% of all conspiracy nuts have completely moved their rants and insanity to the web. What's more frustrating is that for every site debunking a particular theory there are ten that proclaim it as true.
For conspiracy theorists, probably. I know one and I find it very annoying, and at the same time, quite scary. Too much information can also be bad.
It can, yes. But it can also contain the crazies because they don't have to leave their home to participate in their own perversions. They do it online and in the privacy of their own home.
Dont be so hard on yourself as it happens to all the nutters