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Do you believe in any conspiracy theories?
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The only 2 that I believe in is that the USA government assassinated Kennedy and that humans were visited by ancient aliens a long time ago. Way too much evidence backing both.

Sure, a lot of stuff is plain shit but there is a lot of truth out there. Society tells us to call it BS. Keep the citizens stupid and they can't revolt. Dictatiorship101. Sign up for courses today at your local college.


I'd beg to differ.
http://ancientaliensdebunked.com/


The Bible. The people who wrote the Bible saw aliens, not God. That's what I think lol.

Edit: Plus you have a lot of carvings and artwork depicting aliens, spaceships, and other events. Plus ancient architecture too perfect for it's time and interesting structures. You can't seriously believe we are the only intelligent life forms out there in the universe?


That's the type of misinformation that they correct.
I do think there is other life in the universe, but there really shouldn't be, speaking in probability. Shouldn't have even happened with us, either, actually. But I really that, even if they exist, they had the technology to travel to Earth. Life started on earth as soon as it was habitable to life. Then, through a complicated series of events, mammals took control of Earth and our brains and minds were able to develop. There's very little chance, if we go by chance alone, that life would have unrolled in a way such as this, which allowed for beings like ourselves.
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minatothegreatjiraiya wrote:



CoffeeGodEddy wrote:


minatothegreatjiraiya wrote:


CoffeeGodEddy wrote:

The only 2 that I believe in is that the USA government assassinated Kennedy and that humans were visited by ancient aliens a long time ago. Way too much evidence backing both.

Sure, a lot of stuff is plain shit but there is a lot of truth out there. Society tells us to call it BS. Keep the citizens stupid and they can't revolt. Dictatiorship101. Sign up for courses today at your local college.


I'd beg to differ.
http://ancientaliensdebunked.com/


The Bible. The people who wrote the Bible saw aliens, not God. That's what I think lol.

Edit: Plus you have a lot of carvings and artwork depicting aliens, spaceships, and other events. Plus ancient architecture too perfect for it's time and interesting structures. You can't seriously believe we are the only intelligent life forms out there in the universe?


That's the type of misinformation that they correct.
I do think there is other life in the universe, but there really shouldn't be, speaking in probability. Shouldn't have even happened with us, either, actually. But I really that, even if they exist, they had the technology to travel to Earth. Life started on earth as soon as it was habitable to life. Then, through a complicated series of events, mammals took control of Earth and our brains and minds were able to develop. There's very little chance, if we go by chance alone, that life would have unrolled in a way such as this, which allowed for beings like ourselves.


They discover habitable planets with water every day. We have bacteria that can live in extreme temperatures too. If the universe is 13.7 billion years old(correct me if I'm wrong), I think there's plenty of time for organisms to evolve from the ocean like they did with our planet. Besides, we went through the dark ages for 1000 years so we didn't advance scientifically at all during that time. Imagine where we could be today! I think anything is possible
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I don't mind being a little crazy
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It's fun to wonder if there real or people enjoy making things up. The truth could be out there.
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I like one of my own
The army uses real soldiers instead of drones because it gives a legit reason to spend lots of money on trainers, guns and armor to keep them alive and weight of family and friends wanting the troops alive supports the military's political position.
If drones were the standard, less money would be granted to the military because they don't need training, food, accommodation and nobody would cares what happens to them.
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I do, but I'm too tired for this sh*t at the moment.
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They're fun and often rather labyrinthine in construction and form. However, as fun as they are, no, I just can't bring myself to believe in the massive conspiracies due to the fact that they tend to buckle under any kind of scrutiny.

The most perfect conspiracy, is the conspiracy of one. And no one's that good!
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I also forgot to mention that the whole illuminati conspiracy is a farce created to instill fear in the public and Alex Jones, Mark Dice and Edward Snowden are all CIA operatives tasked with spreading misinformation.
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They discover habitable planets with water every day. We have bacteria that can live in extreme temperatures too. If the universe is 13.7 billion years old(correct me if I'm wrong), I think there's plenty of time for organisms to evolve from the ocean like they did with our planet. Besides, we went through the dark ages for 1000 years so we didn't advance scientifically at all during that time. Imagine where we could be today! I think anything is possible :o


Recent discoveries actually date the Universe to more like 14 billion years old. While they do discover planets regularly with what may seem like habitable conditions, there aren't really signs that life are on them, let alone any spaceships leaving their planet. Even with what we believe to be the best conditions, we cannot seem to have life appear, as it requires a nearly impossible amount of things to concurrently happen. Also, the dark ages weren't all that bad, actually. That's mostly a myth.

Ah well, aren't we all a little crazy,?
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i belive the CIA was protecting Nazi war criminals in the 50's and 60's. oh wait, that was OPERATION PAPERCLIP.

i belive america used nazi criminals to reach the moon, .....oh wait, i forgot SS Major Wernher von Braun really did help with the saturn 5 project.
wether his slave labof was used willingly or other wise i guess he took that answer to his grave thanks to the CIA through destruction of nazi document to comply with the law regarding nazis working for the usa in '45.....

well i guess what im trying to say is, i dont belive per say., but i keep an open mind.
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minatothegreatjiraiya wrote:


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They discover habitable planets with water every day. We have bacteria that can live in extreme temperatures too. If the universe is 13.7 billion years old(correct me if I'm wrong), I think there's plenty of time for organisms to evolve from the ocean like they did with our planet. Besides, we went through the dark ages for 1000 years so we didn't advance scientifically at all during that time. Imagine where we could be today! I think anything is possible :o


Recent discoveries actually date the Universe to more like 14 billion years old. While they do discover planets regularly with what may seem like habitable conditions, there aren't really signs that life are on them, let alone any spaceships leaving their planet. Even with what we believe to be the best conditions, we cannot seem to have life appear, as it requires a nearly impossible amount of things to concurrently happen. Also, the dark ages weren't all that bad, actually. That's mostly a myth.

Ah well, aren't we all a little crazy,?


Any historian will tell you the dark ages was bad for us and halted scientific advancement. I've been told that by multiple science and history professors and read several documents on it. And like mentioned earlier, there are bacteria that can survive in extreme climates. Any place with water is more than likely to have some form of bacteria or life. Also, if we do discover extraterrestrial organisms, there is the possibility of it being silicon based instead of carbon based. Both silicon and carbon form 4 bonds with other molecules. I think it's impossible for there not to be life. And our space technology isn't very good. We can determine if a planet has water using x-rays and assessing missing compounds in the atmosphere but we can't see spaceships lol. Even if we did, NASA would never release such info to us. Besides, a variety of organisms live off different conditions we would easily perish in. I think standards for life are too high. You can easily make it in a lab mixing a few elements and adding heat. If there is water, there is huge chance at life being present.

At our current rate of intelligence and advancement, the general public is not ready for confirmation of whether or not there is aliens. Mass hysteria, murder, riots, people would freak the fuck out. XD People fear the unknown and believe anything the government spoon feeds them. Just like politics! America is long due for a revolution. I would say we're in a 2nd Gilded Age. We think things are okay but there is a ton of corruption. But that's a discussion for another forum. Welp, just my thoughts on the alien matter. They're out there!!! Better make your tinfoil hats before it's too late!!!

EDIT: Maybe we haven't seen advanced species of aliens because their technology completely outmatches us and they've developed cloaking devices that could refract light POSSIBILITIES!!!!
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I believe we are all data in a computer game an here's my evidence:
- Supposed UFOs are viruses that have entered the system.
- The bermuda triangle is a usb port
- The unidentifiable sounds heard are the system overheating
- Night is the time when the computer game is off, some people stay awake as they have been "told" to do something throughout it
- Day is the point of activity where the user is on.
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the earth is flat and there is no outer space
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Any historian will tell you the dark ages was bad for us and halted scientific advancement. I've been told that by multiple science and history professors and read several documents on it. And like mentioned earlier, there are bacteria that can survive in extreme climates. Any place with water is more than likely to have some form of bacteria or life. Also, if we do discover extraterrestrial organisms, there is the possibility of it being silicon based instead of carbon based. Both silicon and carbon form 4 bonds with other molecules. I think it's impossible for there not to be life. And our space technology isn't very good. We can determine if a planet has water using x-rays and assessing missing compounds in the atmosphere but we can't see spaceships lol. Even if we did, NASA would never release such info to us. Besides, a variety of organisms live off different conditions we would easily perish in. I think standards for life are too high. You can easily make it in a lab mixing a few elements and adding heat. If there is water, there is huge chance at life being present.

At our current rate of intelligence and advancement, the general public is not ready for confirmation of whether or not there is aliens. Mass hysteria, murder, riots, people would freak the fuck out. XD People fear the unknown and believe anything the government spoon feeds them. Just like politics! America is long due for a revolution. I would say we're in a 2nd Gilded Age. We think things are okay but there is a ton of corruption. But that's a discussion for another forum. Welp, just my thoughts on the alien matter. They're out there!!! Better make your tinfoil hats before it's too late!!!

EDIT: Maybe we haven't seen advanced species of aliens because their technology completely outmatches us and they've developed cloaking devices that could refract light POSSIBILITIES!!!!


The Early Middle Ages, though affected by a collapse of central control, destruction of trade, barbarian invasions, plagues, etc., still managed to bring about mosaics, cathedrals, law codes, Byzantine civilization, and rapid assimilation of new technology (such as the stirrup). The Romans in this time had made advances in technology, but simply didn't use them. After all, they had slaves to do the work, and why let barbarians use them? They didn't apply the technology, even though they had it. So though it was brought down by many things, it wasn't that dark. In our water supply, indeed, there is probably bacteria in it, but that's because life is already on earth, and bacteria are easily spread. Regardless of the possibility of silicon-based lifeforms being life forms (which is probably impossible, but is indeed interesting to think about http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/could-silicon-be-the-basi/ ), life to start is very problematic to occur. But, lets say it does. What are the odds of it leading to creatures who are considered to be like us? For instance, imagine if the dinosaurs wouldn't have gone extinct, nothing crashed into Earth to kill them. Putting aside the frightening thought of intelligent, sentient dinosaurs, such minds probably wouldn't have developed. Imagine in any early ancestor of humans died out or didn't survive some great extinction. I highly doubt other creatures would have developed similar minds as us. Nevertheless, I still do believe in aliens, but not that they heavily influenced us in any way.

About those tin foil hats though, they have actually developed machines that can send thoughts to our minds. Though I only know of it being able to put numbers in your head, at a very close range, it could be a start...
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There are three things I never talk with anyone about those being Religion, Politics and finally Conspiracy Theories. You can't convince people with facts that don't exist of something that isn't completely true.
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