An explosive new wave of conspiracy theory is on the rise, and it’s not just the latest in a long line of conspiracy-based attacks.
While many of the latest ones are aimed at tech companies or their employees, they’re also getting a lot of traction on social media and on forums like Reddit and 4chan, where they have the power to create new conspiracy theories about their subject matter.
Some have even spawned fake Twitter accounts with the same name, and even Twitter itself has started to take note.
The latest conspiracy-driven conspiracy theory to hit the mainstream is the one about the so-called “Vape Explosion” that’s been floating around on the internet for weeks.
The theory, which has been circulating for weeks on 4chan and Reddit, states that an explosion caused by a faulty battery pack of a vaping device has left the device without its protective cap.
According to the conspiracy theory, it was a result of faulty manufacturing.
A recent article on the conspiracy website Techdirt suggested that the theory was not entirely false.
The article, which was written by one anonymous source, claimed that an employee of a company in the vaping industry was “willing to share” information on the “Vapewild incident.”
The employee told Techdurt that the device was shipped with a faulty power supply that “didn’t work” and caused the explosion.
The employee also claimed that the defective battery caused a “full blown explosion” that injured his friend.
The source also mentioned that a coworker of the employee was also injured in the explosion, but the coworker has since released a statement that has refuted the story.
The coworker was able to recover, but was “shaken to the point where he lost consciousness.”
Techdirt also reported that the source also claimed the explosion was “involuntary.”
But the source did not provide details about how he was able find that information.
“A number of conspiracy theorists have made up stories about this happening, claiming that the company has sold out and the batteries are going to be replaced with new ones,” said Andrew Cripps, an associate professor of computer science at the University of Washington who has studied the Internet and social media.
“But the only way to get any real information about this is to actually see the actual evidence.
If you don’t have the proof, you’re just assuming that the story is true.”
Cripps also pointed out that many of these theories have already been debunked.
For example, there was an article on Reddit in which a conspiracy theorist claimed that a faulty charger was responsible for a “large-scale explosion.”
It was actually a “mini-explosion” that was caused by faulty wiring, according to a user who goes by the name of “Aldo.”
Another Reddit user, “TerrificSailor,” claimed that “a large-scale battery explosion occurred in the United States.”
The explosion occurred outside of Washington, D.C., on June 24, 2018.
The “Vaping Explosion” theory was also debunked on the web in February 2018 by Techdirk.
Techdargers post stated that the “vaping explosion” theory originated from an account that was a hoax and that the account was “owned by a disgruntled employee.”
Techdarrk noted that “the alleged employee had previously been suspended from the company” after his account was exposed.
“It seems that this particular conspiracy theory has been around for months,” said Crippes.
“Some of it is true, some of it isn’t.
And there are plenty of legitimate theories about vaping, like the idea that people are using them to make crystal meth or some of that sort of thing.”
A similar “Vapor Explosion” rumor has also been circulating on the social media site Reddit, where users have been sharing videos and screenshots of various vape devices with the title “VAPEWILD EXPLOSION.”
The theory states that a “vapor explosion” caused by defective battery packs was the cause of a “huge explosion.”
The “vapewILD” conspiracy theory was first posted on 4Chan in August 2018, and the site quickly went viral.
As the site has gotten more and more popular, a new theory has also emerged that claims that a new generation of vape devices are being manufactured.
This new “vape exploding” theory has gained traction on the Internet, and is being shared by conspiracy theorists and the general public.
Many of the posts on the subreddit r/conspiracy have a number of images and descriptions of different vape devices that are being marketed.
In some cases, the device is also said to have a “VIP” sticker attached to it.
A user on the forum “Conspiracy Theory News” who goes to the name “Mr.
Willy” has also shared numerous posts with the description “I have been looking into the Vapeweed Explosion and I found this to be true.
The vapor exploded.
I am very upset with the manufacturer of these