Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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I think most people agree with your article 100 percent. However the trouble I have in my daily life regarding these issues is that I don't actually know the risks versus rewards of a particular action, though I am usually aware of some risk. If you see a headline on psychology today warning you that eating broccoli puts you at risk for some serious psychological disorder you might breeze past it, not reading the article saying how rare it is. However later on when you go to choose between broccoli and asparagus you might find the choice complicated.
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