Link to article - https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyt.2020.568942/full
Sure many do. My father knew someone who lost their career back in the
early (or was it the mid) 60’s because dude said the CIA was experimenting with narcotics on
citizens on US soil. Back then that was pure nonsensical conspiracy
theory . We know better now. Same will come from the use of
electromagnetic weaponry by the government on its own people happening
now. PhD’s in your fields are as well too often eager to believe their
own bias jumping to’s....it can be tough, I know to deal with a strange
reality one says no way in hell science says nada cum yada....can not
only be hard, not popular and make you look crazy, but jeopardize your
life and career. In the rare instance though, are those with theories
about conspiracy who don’t know honestly WTF they are talking about.
They can if they’re enough of them with varying degrees of bias and
ignorance, help continue or increase the harm the loonie tooners who
they call conspiracy theorists cause.