Conspiracies Can’t Be True Because Somebody Would Have Told?

The Manhattan Project is a perfect example of compartmentalization. The race to build the world’s first atomic bomb employed over 120,000 people, but only a handful of them really knew what they were working on. Everyone else in the project was in the dark. They were given instructions and goals that only pertained to a very narrow segment of the project, and they didn’t really know about the other groups of scientists and engineers who were working on their own narrow goals. — InfoWars.com, NOW THERE’S A MATH FORMULA FOR DISPROVING CONSPIRACY THEORIES