Many people embrace beliefs not backed by science. But there’s a difference between following your horoscope and believing in conspiracy theories, like 2Pac being alive and well. It turns out that conspiracy theorists who can’t let go of their favorite rapper also are likely to see “signs” in random events and detect nonexistent messages in art.
Building on research that conspiracy theories are tied to how people detect patterns, scientists at the Free University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands studied the relationship between our perception of patterns and these not-so-logical beliefs. Learning how this works could help us understand the extent to which our beliefs influence what we see.
Friday, Oct 20th 2017 (12:00am)
These days 'They Live' is looking more like Science than it is Fiction. When compared to the world elite or the Illuminati and their obsession with controlling the world and everybody in it, this movie seems like it's based on a true story.
Monday, Apr 10th 2017 (12:01am) | Thanks: rezaxis
Watch this little 1:46 clip of the then-72-year-old ex-astronaut to the end for a very satisfying moment. Conspiracy "reporter" Sibrel gets his bell rung after harassing Aldrin mercilessly.
On September 9, 2002 moon landing denier Bart Sibrel followed Apollo 11 astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin out of a Hollywood hotel and relentlessly harassed him about whether he actually landed on the moon. Buzz reacted. Many have seen the short clip of the actual punch, but note how much verbal confrontation preceded it. Sibrel has pulled similar stunts with many other Apollo astronauts.
No charges were filed, those details are here
Friday, Dec 30th 2016 (12:00am)
While there is much debate about the intention of Chemtrails - with hypotheses ranging from aerial defense and depopulation to a broad plot to cripple Christianity - it's clear that these dangerous pollutants are causing countless health problems for everyday people. Cats, curiously enough, appear to be completely immune to this urgent medical crisis.
Thursday, Mar 26th 2015 (12:00am) | Thanks: blook
Hunter S. Thompson, talked to Mick O'Regan from Radio National's Media Report.
Originally aired Thursday, August 29, 2002. RT 37:51.
From The Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Saturday, Jul 26th 2014 (2:57am) | Thanks: Jaxon
Francis E. Dec, Esq. has made his mark in cult status. These voice recordings of his rants were not done by Dec, but by L.A. newscaster/talk show host "Doc on the ROQ" of KROQ-FM. They have been in obscure circulation on cassette for several years.
Saturday, May 3rd 2014 (5:52am)
Turns out there's a lot of fake gold bars out there, and they've been traced back to us. Are the gold bars in Fort Knox filled with tungsten? Maybe they're filled with something else better than gold!
Tuesday, Feb 16th 2010 (4:01am)
If you're like me, you're baffled by the amazing popularity of Lady Gaga, and want to know the source of her fame since it clearly isn't talent.
Turns out she's a shill for the Freemasons. It all makes sense now.
Friday, Feb 5th 2010 (6:18am)
All the "big people" (FDA, Big Pharma) who you would think would jump up and applaud and say, "Let's bring it to market, let's help people, let's save lives!!" do not want the cure to be brought to market.
Monday, Mar 2nd 2009 (4:27am)
(but the 'Aliens' tag would work just as well here.)
So, one of my favorite gifts this Christmas was a book. This book. I'm a big fan of UFO related conspiracy, but this one really takes the old brass ring. There are some pretty (typically) credible people out there who really believe this shite. To wit the book, Dark Mission, details
alien moon bases and the secret NASA space program that has been going on since 1954...When we were going to the moon, and Mars, regularly - with reverse-engineered UFOs, also known as 'Alien Reproduction Vehicles.'
Thursday, Dec 27th 2007 (3:11pm)
Greetings Brothers and Sisters of the 'Log. I wanted to inform everyone about a little known email technology that initially had me thinking my emails were being monitored by the government (and they are!) I certainly was unaware of it, as I am sure are most of you, so I wanted to bring it to your attention.
So, I recently emailed my senator urging him to "take a closer look" at the Cheney/bush foreign policy with regard to a possible/Probable war with Iran. I received a thoughtful and point-by-point response from our nation's chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and within a week it had disappeared from my Outlook completely. "Conspiracy!" sez I, then I find this. According to the site, this tool (one of many, it seems) allows the sender virtually unlimited control of any email sent, including, but not limited to, time-delayed self destruct of said email. Mission Impossible? Nope. Just your government doing your thinking for you. Again.
Thursday, Oct 25th 2007 (1:46pm)
Are you a vampire?
Nothing! Player's off!
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