Infographics can be helpful. Honestly. Done well, they can present complex and dry data in a way that’s accessible and even entertaining. They can make information quicker to digest, and they can make it easier to identify patterns and trends. Just see our guides to the best infographics and the best infographic makers.

But the medium is often abused. We’ve seen plenty of examples of data being shoehorned into bizarre visual presentations merely for the sake of it, sometimes making it more difficult to interpret than if it had simply been presented in a list. However, the design below could be the worst infographic we’ve seen yet. Attempting to link every wild online conspiracy going into a ‘map’ of incoherence, it succeeds in one thing: showing how ridiculous many conspiracy theories are.