Conspiracy Theories | Mannsi Khangura | Kendrick School





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Published on May 1, 2019

Conspiracy theories, they’re all around us no matter how big or small. Whilst some take these theories as a laugh, there are many people out there who use their platforms to change the opinions of others. Mannsi Khangura talks through some of the world’s biggest conspiracies and why many devote their time to doubting such events.

Mannsi is a Year 12 student who loves exploring the opinions of her peers and finding out how people justify their views. She believes that every opinion is important no matter how vibrant it is compared to society.

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