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The Mandela Effect

The Mandela Effect refers to a phenomenon in which a large number of people share false memories of past events, referred to as confabulation in psychiatry. 609 more words

Folklore

Two Moons.

Okay, hear me out here. I know this may sound absurd, but I really think I’m on to something here.

There are two moons.

Now, I’ll admit: I don’t have a whole lot of hard scientific evidence. 247 more words

Vic

VLWC 01: Begin in the Middle

With this post, I begin a long-running, periodic, occasional series that will explain a very important sub-conspiracy of what one might call “the grandest conspiracy of all – existence itself”.  1,489 more words

Disinformation

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Do you realize that fluoridation is the most monstrously conceived and dangerous Communist plot we have ever had to face?

-Gen. Jack Ripper, Dr. Stangelove…

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Entertainment

ETs Among Us 2: They Come and Go

DATELINE:  That’s Howe!

We missed the first one, but the second “documentary” is more of an op-ed piece by Linda Moulton Howe. It runs about 55 minutes, which was about how much time we needed to kill. 304 more words

Biting Irony

YouTube's 'Conspiracy Effect'

Does YouTube Promote Conspiracy Theories?

I’m sure many of you can relate when I say I have found myself watching video clips on YouTube (of cute kittens), when all of a sudden, it’s 2 hours later – I had lost all sense of time and realised that yet again, I had been sucked in to a ‘YouTube binge’ – the videos I had watched were recommended to me on the right side of the screen, given by the site’s helpful “up next” feature. 1,581 more words

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