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16-04-2010, 02:48 PM
Favorite conspiracy "theories"
What is you favorite wacky conspiracy theory? Today my history teacher went off a little bit about the moon landing conspiracy, and it got me thinking. I like the global warming conspiracy. It's gotten such a boost from those e-mails. Also, the evolution conspiracy. I find it funny how some people think that the scientific community is plotting to take over the world. So, what's your favorite?

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16-04-2010, 03:01 PM
RE: Favorite conspiracy "theories"
I don't know about "favorite", as I deal with these more often than most people. I do the same kind of debating on conspiracy sites that I do on here, though not as often. Since I deal with them hands-on, I've reached the point where none of them really strike me as "funny", exactly. If there's any humor in them, it's the kind of morbid laughter you can get from watching someone completely and utterly fail to understand something over and over and over, and still acting as if they are superior.
The ones I most actively deal with are Holocaust denialism and anti-allopathy homeopaths. 9/11 conspiracies are a close second.
Beyond that are the ones that I can still find some entertainment in. Moon-landing hoaxers are snicker-worthy sometimes. So are flat-Earthers. But the one that I find offers the most delicious mix of incredible arrogance, delicious irony and mind-boggling stupidity is Freeman-On-the-Land.

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16-04-2010, 03:02 PM
RE: Favorite conspiracy "theories"
David Icke's reptilians.

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22-04-2010, 07:44 AM
RE: Favorite conspiracy "theories"
I have a new favorite conspiracy theory.

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22-04-2010, 08:27 AM
 
RE: Favorite conspiracy "theories"
Rosswel.. that one is funny.
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24-05-2010, 10:34 PM
 
RE: Favorite conspiracy "theories"
My favourite is also global warming because its create a climate changing and give a new beauty to world.and somewhere it beneficiary to world.and its gives some extra knowledge about climate to people so, I also like this theory.
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