Thank you, you made my day. LOL. Al Qaida did, of course, no conspiracy at all, they probably made a public opinion poll which planes they should hijack. But the observation that young scientists without permanent position, in a world where the possibility to get a new position depends on "publish or perish", have to choice but to follow fashionable mainstream directions, because it is much easier to publish there (much more interested journals) and much more probable one will be cited (because much more readers), and much more jobs and grants to be offered, is not a simple economic consideration, but a conspiracy theory. It is beyond me who conspires in this case, but it doesn't matter. Thus, as I have said: Orwellian Newspeak. The word "conspiracy theory" no longer describes theories which explain something by some conspiracy, but a bad word for any non-mainstream or non-official theory.