b) (negative sarcastic and/or offensive): a scientist or historian who presents conspiracy theories as indisputable scientific/historical fact, using even others' conspiracy theories as evidence
c) (humorous/positive sarcastic) : a children's author whose books/novels have a plot set in a conspiracy theory background.
d) (very offensive): a politician who uses historically accurate, but currently scientifically/historically meaningless (in the modern Western world) esoteric facts to promote their personal political platform.
e) an offensive synonym for nonsensical political propaganda
f) (adj) pertaining to conspiracy theories and/or unverifiable historical circumstances
father:Oh what nonsense. However, if you want, become a lore-whore, and then find accurate historical evidence to prove or disprove your theory.