04 Dec '19 03:30>
@bunnyknight saidCareful mixing terminology. "Conspiracy theory" cannot be used interchangeably with "theory". They are very different things. By comparison, a theory can be viewed as a well-justified rational explanation of observable data, while a conspiracy theory is an unlikely suspicion that replaces the most obvious explanation.
If the Watergate Scandal has been proven to be absolutely true, then obviously it's no longer a theory, just like the grass being green is not a theory.
The thing is, most controversial subjects have not been proven either true or false because it's either too difficult, or due to man-made obstacles.
So you're agreeing with me that conspiracy theories cannot be true?