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    The difference between genius and madness is making the right connections sparingly and making the wrong connections frequently.
    Similarly, the difference between conspiracy and truth-telling is making assumptions where there is no evidence and using evidence to provide assumptions.

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    That's what they want you to think!

    Oh gosh! They're watching. *twitches* *looks behind shoulder* Illuminati REIGN

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    'llumnati, old school Libertarian origins.

    "The goals of the organization included trying to eliminate superstition, prejudice, and the Roman Catholic Church's domination over government, philosophy, and science; trying to reduce oppressive state abuses of power, and trying to support the education and treatment of women as intellectual equals."

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    RESIST THE NEW WORLD ORDER!!!!!




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    I think most of them are very unlikely and some are crazy. But almost anything is possible I suppose. Again, I think a lot depends on how easily you make unwarranted assumptions. I say just exercise your critical thinking and common sense, but supplement it with a good sense of intuition. Or maybe the other way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    I think most of them are very unlikely and some are crazy. But almost anything is possible I suppose. Again, I think a lot depends on how easily you make unwarranted assumptions. I say just exercise your critical thinking and common sense, but supplement it with a good sense of intuition. Or maybe the other way around.


    Take only what resonates with your inner sense of knowing and correlates with your observations and experience.

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    There is far more to this world than taught in our schools, shown in the media, or proclaimed by the church and state. Most of mankind lives in a hypnotic trance, taking to be reality what is instead a twisted simulacrum of reality, a collective dream in which values are inverted, lies are taken as truth, and tyranny is accepted as security. They enjoy their ignorance and cling tightly to the misery that gives them identity.

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    Most conspiracy theories out there are rather cray cray, but there is always a conspiracy out there going on by a countless level of interests with a varying level of motivations behind their actions. A few gangsters want to whack some poor fuck, who ripped them off in a cocaine deal. A government agency trying to cover up some less than scrupulous activities, a cheating wife fucking around with a boss. There is always a conspiracy out there, even supernatural ones that we might not know going on, though that is unlikely in all honesty. To think that at last 10% of the conspiracy theories going on out there aren't valid is to be purposely blind, though I have no real attachment to any particular theory myself, I just stop giving a shit about that sort of thing. There is never just one conspiracy going on by one group though, that too is idiocy.

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    No, just an irrational type.

    Not even joking.
    I wonder how you get to that conclusion? Not that I disagree with you or anything, it actually is rather logically sound to say that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue350 View Post
    Maybe we're all insane
    iNtuition is considered irrational, and ENTP's is Ne-Dom... But I hear you

    I'm open minded too... but sometimes it gets a bit too much for me. Like the moon landing... *twilight theme*

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    Irrational doesn't exist. No serious. Even the most batshit crazy individuals truly believe they have perfectly logical reasons for what they do. Rational\irrational all depends on which end of the crazy stick you are holding onto. I shot him 52 times beause he was about to turn into an Alien and eat me, is a perfectly logical reaction to being confronted with a predator.

    I do love a good conspiracy though, makes life interesting when you get sick of the boring crap which makes up most peoples reality. Sometimes I search the net for particularly interesting ones, like we've all been artifically inseminated with alien babies and stuff. Its a bit like that pictures of pig babies and aliens that float around the net every so often. In my boredom I even like to watch doomsday preppers on TV just to see what people do when they're convinced society is about to implode. One guys 'big idea' was to raise bees because candles will be so expensive when society regresses to medieval times.

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    The funniest for me was, when they rented a hotel, ordered everything on the menu while having a blast, only to wake with a headache and a massive credit card bill.

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