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9 Utterly Ridiculous Conspiracy Theories
« on: April 11, 2014, 01:43:16 PM »

From Popular Mechanics

My favourite is the moon one. It even have a Youtube video proving it ..



Poisonous government snow

When two inches of snow fell in Georgia, USA it stirred a wave of scepticism as residents questioned whether it was actually real.

They took to YouTube to post videos which showed that blowtorches and lighters could not melt it. Instead it seemed to blacken, twist like plastic and refuse to melt.

But the snow wasn’t part of Government trickery. Instead it was explained by the fact that butane burns inefficiently and will slowly melt snow, blackening it from the lighter’s soot along the way.

Lizard people

According to a survey one in 25 people believe the world is run by lizard people. 12 million Americans believe it. The theory goes that cleverly disguised reptilian aliens travelled to Earth thousands of years ago to infiltrate our highest echelons of government. There are techno music-laden YouTube videos with news anchors with reptilian eyes to prove it. Only not.

To augment human eyes on films there are certain methods including speeding up, zooming in and editing clips to achieve a menacing lizard slither of an eye.

Siri predicts the apocalypse

When Apple’s personal assistant was asked “What is July 27, 2014” it didn’t say just another Sunday. Instead it said it was the chosen date for the ‘opening of the gates of Hades’. This isn’t the name of a new Apple store, this is the signal of the apocalypse. Several iPhone users reported this and naturally the usual folk reached for their tinfoil hats.

It no longer works when you ask Siri the same question but Apple developers are always slipping in quirky code and quips into the system.

So why July 27? Some believe it ties in with Chinese or Muslim Ramadan dates that have alluded to such an event. In reality Siri and Apple do not know when Doomsday will occur. Maybe when Nokia starts to outsell the iPhone, maybe.

Adam and Eve from space

This one is straight out of the Twilight Zone: Adam and Eve were extraterrestrials who travelled to Earth aboard a space ark piloted by Noah. Conspiracy theorists believe the government has been covering it up but through the Freedom of Information Act they were able to uncover documents that allegedly reveal that a flying saucer crashed into Mount Ararat in Turkey where the ark is traditionally believed to have come from.

The likelihood of Noah’s intergalactic ark is a long shot, but the idea of panspermia (the idea our planet’s original single-celled organisms have extraterrestrial origins) is still being studied.

The Moon does not exist

There are some who believe the Moon landings were fake and then there are those who believe the Moon doesn’t exist at all. Instead they claim the Moon is just a convincing hologram. Naturally there is a dodgy YouTube clip to prove this, which shows a power glitch in the Moon’s artificial electrical system.

Yes, and it’s made out of cheese and we’re all just puppets in a big virtual world.

We actually live in the 1700s

A German historian Heribert Illig claimed over 300 years of history never happened after he noticed archaeological records between 614 and 911 A.D. were scarce. He put out the belief that these were simply forged for this period of time and modern archaeologists have been covering it up.

Before you throw out your 1D calendar we can rely on good old astrology to deliver the truth. Thanks to regular cosmic events such as Halley’s comet, which has been recorded by Chinese astronomers every 76 years it can be easily dismissed.

CERN is building a star gate to awaken an Egyptian god

When the world’s top scientists get together to build a giant underground secret device that is intended to re-create the big bang, conspiracy theorists had a field day.

After a statue of a Hindu god was spotted in a photo outside the Large Hadron Collider the internet began to accuse CERN of being one big occult trying to revive Osiris, the Egyptian god of the dead, through a star gate.

Despite the fact physics has yet to succeed in bringing the dead back to life, let alone mythical gods, there was no sign of Kurt Russell and you can’t have a star gate without him.

Shark spies

When tourism took a dive in Egypt as a result of shark attacks in 2010 the government could only conclude it was due to Israeli remote-controlled sharks. An Egyptian governor even admitted the theory was “not out of the question.” When divers then spotted sharks outfitted with GPS devices, it was all but confirmed they were working for the Israelis.

However, the best robotic shark today is from Jaws. The gadgets the divers saw were just GPS tracking devices for scientists to study shark behaviour. What really caused the sudden increase in attacks was Egypt admitting it dumped a bunch of sheep carcasses off the coast.

Calendar Conspiracies

In the 1980s German historian Heribert Illig noticed that there were scant archaeological records from 614 to 911 A.D. Obviously, he concluded, those 300 or so years of history simply never happened. Illig's phantom time hypothesis motions that all documents referring to that time period were forged, and that contemporary archaeologists work hard to cover up the truth. We currently live in the year 1708, and someone has been messing with our calendars.

Fortunately, we can check on alleged calendar discrepancies by looking at bygone cosmic events. Through the study of ancient astronomy, scientists can prove that phenomena such as Halley's comet have occurred at regular, predictable intervals for thousands of years. Ancient Chinese astronomers took great pains to record the exact position of Halley's comet in the sky about once every 76 years, and modern astronomical software can be used to verify their sightings. Scientists definitely would have noticed if conspiring historians had lobbed off three centuries along the way.
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Re: 9 Utterly Ridiculous Conspiracy Theories
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2014, 03:00:15 PM »
No there and you guys are right there are zero conspiracies .The Governments of the world share everything with the earths  peoples ,there are no secrets or hidden technologies .Big companies does not secretly help control laws ,medicines ,oil and gas and its uses .
There are no aliens or ancient reptiles .We live alone in the galaxy.
They are no old secrets we dont know about or ever heard about ,we are privy to every secret ever .If we dont know it never happened .
There are no secret societies ,new or ancient .That still control a lot of the world ,if it did the governments would tell us .
Billionaires dont control  shit ,the Vanderbuilts and such are just today ,Bill Gates is richer .
The American government will never lie or deceive its ppl ,it ridiculous top believe otherwise and very anti american. 

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Re: 9 Utterly Ridiculous Conspiracy Theories
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2014, 03:03:36 PM »
Ppl make this stuff up cause they are bored on the Rock.

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Re: 9 Utterly Ridiculous Conspiracy Theories
« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2014, 06:58:27 AM »
add* Richards doh use shark.  ::)

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Re: 9 Utterly Ridiculous Conspiracy Theories
« Reply #4 on: April 13, 2014, 07:11:30 PM »
More often than not the truth is stranger that fiction. 
« Last Edit: April 13, 2014, 07:18:40 PM by Preacher »
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