Tag Archives: Conspiracy Logic

Case Study: The Health Insurance Industry

The original intent of the 2010 Health Care Bill was to provide a great benefit (reasonable priced, high quality health care) to the majority of Americans.  However, the final Bill failed to provide the intended benefit. What happened? Working on … Continue reading

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CT102: Structuring and Designing a Proper Plot

As I mentioned in the previous post, a good conspiracy theory requires delineations of both the motivation of the conspirators and the internal logic of how the plan would proceed. That motivation, which would inspire most conspirators in their efforts, … Continue reading

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The Modern Conspiracy Theorist

Conspiracy Theory 101 I do not know about you, but I love a good conspiracy theory.  The more far-fetched the theory, the better I love it.  Although a given theory may seem ridiculous on its surface, a truly good conspiracy … Continue reading

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