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Posted Aug 28, '12 at 6:02pm

BlackThroneBlade

BlackThroneBlade

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Are there conspiracies that you deem to be true? I have reason to believe that the government has discovered cures for some diseases but they are withholding their information. Why is that, you may find yourself asking. For a number of reasons, you may find me replying.

They can make a lot of money through medicines, hospitals, fees, etc. They can limit the population of Earth.

What do you think?

 

Posted Aug 28, '12 at 8:08pm

partydevil

partydevil

5,097 posts

medication only costs the government money.
they don't make profit whit it.
if any would hold it back then it are the pharmaceutical companys. not the government.

also is it every scientists dream to discover or make something that makes a change. when they do, they publish it. they want everyone to know about their discovery.

 

Posted Aug 28, '12 at 9:00pm

keeton52

keeton52

935 posts

Aliens and Cryptids. 

Strange disappearances.  One of the ones that really comes to mind is the disappearance of Dennis Martin.  He was 6-8 years old and was playing with his family in the Smokey Mountains.  They were playing Hide n' seek.  When the boys father came to find him he was gone.  Just like that, no trace.  Not too far off in Tennessee another family was watching deer and taking  pictures, when they heard a little boy scream.  The father of that family ran up a small hill and saw a very unkempt man, almost looked like a bear, running away at breakneck speed.  They made the report.  There was already a huge search party but after so long they were forced to quit the search by the Green Beret.  The Green Beret are only allowed to be called in during matters of National Security.  Why was one possible Bigfoot sighting and a possible kidnapping from that very Bigfoot deemed A National Security threat?

There's also The Skinwalker Ranch.  Some of the claims are Giant Black Haired Bigfoot, UFOs, werewolves, pillars of light, disembodied voices, cattle mutilation, the sound of heavy machinery under the earth, and circles in the dirt...kind of like crop circles. 

In the end you can't really deem it true.  It's all speculation.

 

Posted Aug 29, '12 at 1:02am

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

8,676 posts

1) I do believe the government knows more than what they tell the general public (especially involving extra terrestrial life forms), however I do understand and agree with their not telling us. People would freak out way too easily, I mean look at how people reacted when they heard about a stone tablet that said we would die in 2012 (which is complete b.s. by the way..)

2) I'm sorry but 9/11 just has a lot of sketchy stuff involved with it. The steel used for the towers breaking from the heat of the flames even though they are able to withstand much more heat, nails and small pieces of skin being found in the rubble but not the Black Boxes from the planes (which are made to withstand crashes/collisions), the hole made by the "plane" at the Pentagon, etc.

 

Posted Aug 29, '12 at 4:59am

keeton52

keeton52

935 posts

I mean look at how people reacted when they heard about a stone tablet that said we would die in 2012 (which is complete b.s. by the way..)

As a matter of fact, it has been fully proven that there will not be an apocalypse and that the Mayan Calender does not end but cycles.  It's only the beginning of a new cycle.  The problem with it all though, People still believe it will end.  So in a sense the world will probably still come to an end.  All I can say is make sure you have canned food, a way to cook and keep warm, water, and can openers.  Maybe a gun.  I predict riots and looting.

9/11 just has a lot of sketchy stuff involved with it.

While it's true that it just isn't all right, there's nothing we can do to prove anything.  Even "Eyewitness acclaims" don't seem right.  But the strangest thing about it all is that the buildings fell straight down.  From that type of collision, one which probably wouldn't topple a building of that size, a straight collapse is highly improbable if not impossible.

 

Posted Aug 29, '12 at 5:34am

nichodemus

nichodemus

12,119 posts

Knight

I believe the conspiracy of the government in worsening the education system, therefore generating a plethora and gamut of people believing in conspiracy theories, resulting in immense amounts of fun for the men in Washington.

 

Posted Aug 29, '12 at 6:56am

partydevil

partydevil

5,097 posts

the world will probably still come to an end.  All I can say is make sure you have canned food, a way to cook and keep warm, water, and can openers.  Maybe a gun.  I predict riots and looting.

hahahahaha, prepair for a hoax. i'm glad that wont be needed were i am. xD

resulting in immense amounts of fun for the men in Washington.

and those on the side-line watching them go crazy.

 

Posted Aug 29, '12 at 9:37am

Jefferysinspiration

Jefferysinspiration

3,138 posts

As a matter of fact, it has been fully proven that there will not be an apocalypse and that the Mayan Calender does not end but cycles.  It's only the beginning of a new cycle.  The problem with it all though, People still believe it will end.  So in a sense the world will probably still come to an end.  All I can say is make sure you have canned food, a way to cook and keep warm, water, and can openers.  Maybe a gun.  I predict riots and looting.

Mhm, end of an era - not a prophecy. Not to mention that even if there was the assumed end of the world - would we not all be dead now? I mean when the calender system changed, we had the introduction of leap year, and skipping days. All this would add up making the actual Mayan "End of the earth" the wrong date in our terms.

As for 9/11, i think there's something there. I also think it will never be proven.

Keetons post about the strange disappearances has striked my interest, so i'm away to read up on that. Boom.

 

Posted Aug 29, '12 at 9:48am

keeton52

keeton52

935 posts

Keetons post about the strange disappearances has striked my interest, so i'm away to read up on that. Boom.

I even came across this knowledge by chance.  Looking up people who go missing mysteriously.  How in some of these cases the government has refused to even look.  Parks keep knowledge hidden.  The Green Beret is highly illogical as well.

 

Posted Aug 29, '12 at 9:52am

Jefferysinspiration

Jefferysinspiration

3,138 posts

Parks keep knowledge hidden

What do you mean by this?

 
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