In this video, I discuss reactions that seem to inevitably arise when topics that are considered conspiracy theories are discussed as well as why I think these topics can be of import and some strategies for better discerning fact from fiction that have been helpful to me in the past.
Reddit thread (and blockstream takeover image) about conspiracies and bitcoin on r/btc: https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/95hdnc/for_those_of_you_who_have_been_called_a_crazya/

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Murray Rothbard on "conspiracy theories" https://mises.org/library/conspiracy-theory-history-revisited
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