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Some theories seem plausible while others seem almost impossible. But it's fun to consider them. For instance the youtube channel alltimeconspiracies is quite entertaining.
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of course, that's why they're called theories ( ̄ω ̄)
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As most people said, even in my older thread; some theories are plausable the others, pretty much aren't
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The Patriarchy(tm). Still waiting for my membership card to arrive, 26 years and counting.
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So, my theory works like this: Conspiracy theorists are wrong roughly 95% of the time. In science, we consider 95% to be a "good" result for an experiment. As such, I bet that they're wrong every time, and I'm most likely going to be correct.
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KP_Wrath wrote:

So, my theory works like this: Conspiracy theorists are wrong roughly 95% of the time. In science, we consider 95% to be a "good" result for an experiment. As such, I bet that they're wrong every time, and I'm most likely going to be correct.


Don't know if theorizing or just ''logically" connecting uncorrelated dots ( ̄_ ̄)・・・
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This is kind of the flip-side of the "Rapture."

*chuckle . . . chuckle*

Posted 6/13/15

tridragon1 wrote:

As most people said, even in my older thread; some theories are plausable the others, pretty much aren't

Oh yeah, definitely.
You can tell a theory is bad if everyone likes and/or agrees with it.
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GrateSaiyaman wrote:

This is kind of the flip-side of the "Rapture."

*chuckle . . . chuckle*



That's a good way to look at it. Hypothetically if this nonsense were true, which of course its not, the "King" mentioned in the last chapter would most likely be who Christians call the anti-Christ and who Muslims call Dajjal.
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some things you think would be bogus conspiracy have proved to be true. Like the Tuskegee Experiment.
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A good conspiracy theory can be fun to examine, but the thing with conspiracy theories is that they're generally unfalsifiable. No matter how much conflicting evidence is produced, no matter how devoid of evidence the assertions made in the theory are, all one needs to do is chalk either or both up to the conspiracy. Of course you're not seeing evidence of the conspiracy; "they" have hidden it from you. Of course you're seeing evidence to the contrary of what's being said; "they" have planted it.

Not everyone who buys or sells disreputable conspiracy theories is dishonest or gullible, either. Schizophrenia, for example, can bring people to believe they're having radio signals beamed into their brains (which is why some people will wear tin foil on their heads). The paranoia can get really bad, too, which doesn't help at all. Sometimes people are just dupes or liars, but sometimes people have a valid excuse for thinking there's a conspiracy afoot when there clearly isn't.
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There are good conspiracy theories, and there are bad conspiracy theories.
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You know there a magical land of conspiracy nutjobs who will believe and all conspiracies one spurts out just beyond this link.

http://boards.4chan.org/x/
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nichtmalda wrote:

The Patriarchy(tm). Still waiting for my membership card to arrive, 26 years and counting.


Not a conspiracy. Simply means a system in culture that inherently benefits men over women.
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they write too much
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