Why people believe in conspiracy theories – and how to change their minds

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SUMMER HIATUS

Why people believe in conspiracy theories – and how to change their minds

The Conversation

The Conversation

Moon landing
Oh please. There’s no wind on the moon. (Wikipedia)

We are on our summer break and the editorial office is closed until 15 January. We hope you enjoy this article which is part of Summer Hiatus, an eclectic mix from our archives, The Conversation and other publications we share content with. Please note the comment function has been turned off while we are away. Happy reading

Mark Lorch,