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Do You Believe In Conspiracy Theories ?

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It's a conspiracy that whatever is discussed on the off topic threads of HPC ends up in the Daily Mail a few days later.

They really can't generate their own ideas?

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It's a conspiracy that whatever is discussed on the off topic threads of HPC ends up in the Daily Mail a few days later.

They really can't generate their own ideas?

I suppose we are all attention seeking or else we wouldn't post here in the first place.

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Better tell the police and the rest of the criminal justice system that they are narcissists with low self esteem since they definitely believe that conspiracies occur when two or more people come together to commit a crime. I doubt that argument is going to get you off in court.

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Government and media most likely run by narcissists ergo those most likely to spot them at work are other narcissists.

No one says Penn and Teller are loonies for pointing out how other magician's tricks are done and that David Copperfield probably can't fly. Where Dave fell down was not taking a car to drive around in the air.

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Journalists who write this sort of article are either completely stupid or were bought and paid for along time ago.

A small group of people own and run this planet. They use propaganda and lies to present us with a World view they want us to believe in order to control us.

I have come to doubt most real life world events as anything other than theatre to control the masses.

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Is it a "conspiracy theory" to believe that non-conformist attitudes, beliefs and opinions are increasingly being labelled as mental illness?

If you tell your shrink then yes. :ph34r::lol:

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I always found it interesting that conspiracy theorists often subscribe to the ultimate conspiracy. The idea that there is a super being watching over us all.

One of the most important evolutionary innovations of us as apes is the theory of mind, it enables us to put ourselves inside the minds of others. Unfortunately it also leads to the existence of paranoia as we see "purpose" everywhere and conspiracy theories are the off spring of this

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Is the Earth flat? Thousands believe 'madcap' theory world is REALLY a dome-topped disc

FOR thousands of years mankind thought the Earth was flat and you could sail to the edge of the world, where you might fall off.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/629355/Flat-Earth-News-Thousands-believe-madcap-theory-world-is-REALLY-a-dome-topped-disc

If you actually look into the flat Earth theory, which is very interesting, there is no insinuation that you 'fall off the end'. This is a straw man to make the people who believe it appear like crazies. The Flat Earth Society was probably set up for this purpose. Craziness by association.

The growing number of people that look into this model and come round to it I suspect is very high. Certainly the amount of information on the internet is growing faster than any other area of non-mainstream research IMO.

The Antarctic surrounds the oceans with the North Pole in the middle. That is how the model works. The sun is much closer than we are told. If you look at the model it appears to actually be quite reasonable. It certainly fits with what you can see with your own eyes. So then it depends if you believe what you are 'told' about 'space'. Probably comes down to how much you trust the liars in charge.

Look into the fight path of commercial airliners in the Southern Hemisphere for some interesting insights into the theory. Also the inability of scientist to explain objectively why you can use modern cameras to watch ships at a distance that should put them way over the horizon.

As for the heliocentric model of the Earth, you should not believe everything you have been told about it. There are plenty of academics of astrophysics and geology that think geocentricism is a better model and is better supported by the evidence. Again there are lots of anomalous data with the heliocentric model, or enough to make you question it if you look into it in any sort of depth.

As for evolution, anyone who speaks with the certain belief that this is a fact is a religious nutter IMO.

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If you actually look into the flat Earth theory, which is very interesting, there is no insinuation that you 'fall off the end'. This is a straw man to make the people who believe it appear like crazies. The Flat Earth Society was probably set up for this purpose. Craziness by association.

The growing number of people that look into this model and come round to it I suspect is very high. Certainly the amount of information on the internet is growing faster than any other area of non-mainstream research IMO.

The Antarctic surrounds the oceans with the North Pole in the middle. That is how the model works. The sun is much closer than we are told. If you look at the model it appears to actually be quite reasonable. It certainly fits with what you can see with your own eyes. So then it depends if you believe what you are 'told' about 'space'. Probably comes down to how much you trust the liars in charge.

Look into the fight path of commercial airliners in the Southern Hemisphere for some interesting insights into the theory. Also the inability of scientist to explain objectively why you can use modern cameras to watch ships at a distance that should put them way over the horizon.

As for the heliocentric model of the Earth, you should not believe everything you have been told about it. There are plenty of academics of astrophysics and geology that think geocentricism is a better model and is better supported by the evidence. Again there are lots of anomalous data with the heliocentric model, or enough to make you question it if you look into it in any sort of depth.

As for evolution, anyone who speaks with the certain belief that this is a fact is a religious nutter IMO.

Interesting,

I thought even mentioning flat earth theory was enough to be ridiculed (like that US rapper) but it seems like there is a bit of a global following.

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Both the 'flat earth theory' and the 'hollow earth theory' have been spread on purpose by the 'elites' to ridicule and discredit people who dare to question the MSM.

Basically since the 'flat earth theory' and the 'hollow earth theory' are obviously nonsense every other conspiracy theory must be nonsense too (that's what they try to tell the masses).

They did the same with 9/11, the 'elites' themselves spread a whole load of unbelievable conspiracy theories so that most people would summarily dismiss any alternative explanation and just believe the official explanation.

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How about claiming immigration being 300,000 when they gave out over 1,000,000 new NI numbers to migrants then add the illegals who don't apply for one.

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How about claiming immigration being 300,000 when they gave out over 1,000,000 new NI numbers to migrants then add the illegals who don't apply for one.

Where did your figures come from, though?

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How about claiming immigration being 300,000 when they gave out over 1,000,000 new NI numbers to migrants then add the illegals who don't apply for one.

Where did your figures come from, though?

Exactly. Those are next year's numbers; there has been a leak.

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Both the 'flat earth theory' and the 'hollow earth theory' have been spread on purpose by the 'elites' to ridicule and discredit people who dare to question the MSM.

Basically since the 'flat earth theory' and the 'hollow earth theory' are obviously nonsense every other conspiracy theory must be nonsense too (that's what they try to tell the masses).

They did the same with 9/11, the 'elites' themselves spread a whole load of unbelievable conspiracy theories so that most people would summarily dismiss any alternative explanation and just believe the official explanation.

A conspiracy theory about conspiracy theories, a kind of conspiracy theory squared ?

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What if....everything "they" tell us is true?

If only dirt man and rib woman hadn't listened to the tricky snake, then they wouldn't have gobbled the smarty-pants apple and everything would be lovely. Sadface...

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That's the elephant in the room. Most people don't realise that there were 3 WTC buildings who all collapsed into themselves. WTC7 didn't even have the decency of getting hit by a plane.

WTC7 was so special that the Beeb announced live on TV it had collapse before there were any signs of it collapsing.

It would be hilarious if it wasn't so deadly serious in its implications. I can only imagine that people delude themselves willingly as some sort of psychological protection against having to alter their world view so profoundly.

If we're talking of believing in insane madcap theories, what about the theory that allows for a hollow aluminium plane wing to slice cleanly through solid steel girders? I believe the laws of physics were also hijacked on 9/11, those pesky terrists can be so sneaky!

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They are not 'theories'. The people who coined the term 'conspiracy theory' in the place of 'conspiracy', were deliberately trying to sow doubt and tar those who understand the conspiracies as somehow 'loonies' and ne'er do wells. They are very clever these people who inhabit the dark shadows and who even frame the language and thought processes we use day-to-day.

This is well documented. It is classic Tavistock Institute stuff.

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If we're talking of believing in insane madcap theories, what about the theory that allows for a hollow aluminium plane wing to slice cleanly through solid steel girders

I can't recall that the official 9/11 reports ever suggested that as the cause of the WTC collapse...

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