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  • solovsfett
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    Originally posted by BassAle View Post
    The investigation seems like a waste of money to me. There are museum specimens of mice that were taken on Cape Cod in the late 1800s and they were tested and showed that they were infected with the bacteria that cause Lyme disease. It would also make a ****ty bioweapon since it has a week long incubation period followed by flu like symptoms (minus the respiratory symptoms). It's not going to quickly incapacitate an enemy army.

    Here is my non-scientific-tested theory: Human caused changes have increased the density of whitetail deer, probably contributing to the increased range and abundance of deer ticks which in turn have allowed Lyme to spread.
    Thanks! I didn’t know that re: those museum specimens. I’m going to omit the book (that inspired the congressman’s question) from my to-buy list.

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  • Kepler
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Originally posted by MissThundercat View Post
    Also, you shouldn't really trust IFL Science for your information.

    https://medcitynews.com/2015/08/ifls...althcare-news/
    IFL Science is considered silly rather than insidious. It seems like an entertainment site -- almost a parody site -- rather than an actual conspiracy vector.

    In review, IFL Science is challenging to place into a category. For the most part the information contained on the website is pro-science and sourced fairly well to credible science or other popular science sources. However, IFLS has also published false information that falls into the realm of pseudoscience. Finally, IFLS has strong political opinions that align with the left such as this: Here’s A List Of All The Science That Donald Trump Denies: Second Edition or Science Knowledge Has Almost No Effect On Republican Beliefs, According To Survey. In general, a survey of stories that relate to politics shows a left leaning bias in story selection and political association.

    When it comes to science, IFLS is generally in support of the consensus with Vaccinations, Climate Change and GMO’s. However, some stories are ridiculous and speculative such as this: Pieces Of A “UFO” Fell From The Sky And Landed In Remote Cambodian Village.
    Seems like a very good candidate for this thread. Take the premise and give it a peer-reviewed study. If it's bunk then debunk. But the point of the Conspiracy thread is that absent a scientific investigations we shouldn't simply discard a hypothesis because it seems weird or paranoid. Reality sometimes is weird and authorities sometimes are malicious.
    Last edited by Kepler; 07-30-2019, 10:32 AM.

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  • MissThundercat
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Also, you shouldn't really trust IFL Science for your information.

    https://medcitynews.com/2015/08/ifls...althcare-news/

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  • Kepler
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Originally posted by BassAle View Post
    Here is my non-scientific-tested theory: Human caused changes have increased the density of whitetail deer, probably contributing to the increased range and abundance of deer ticks which in turn have allowed Lyme to spread.
    Here is my non-scientific-tested theory: as human populations get larger and denser people are more likely to get and pass on diseases. The only disease that is "growing" is us.

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  • BassAle
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Originally posted by solovsfett View Post

    The investigation seems like a waste of money to me. There are museum specimens of mice that were taken on Cape Cod in the late 1800s and they were tested and showed that they were infected with the bacteria that cause Lyme disease. It would also make a ****ty bioweapon since it has a week long incubation period followed by flu like symptoms (minus the respiratory symptoms). It's not going to quickly incapacitate an enemy army.

    Here is my non-scientific-tested theory: Human caused changes have increased the density of whitetail deer, probably contributing to the increased range and abundance of deer ticks which in turn have allowed Lyme to spread.

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  • solovsfett
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Iflscience re weaponized ticks: https://www.iflscience.com/health-an...s-to-find-out/

    If you’ve read about Frank Olson or watched Wormwood, or have read the recently released reports of U.S. biowarfare in Korea during the war this won’t be a surprise. If you haven’t read or watched the aforementioned it will be difficult to conceive of just how off the rails the defense department and intelligence really are.

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  • solovsfett
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Epstein’s ties to intelligence, because, of course, they blackmailed their way into existence in 46-47, this is a cakewalk:

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/shocki...y-cohn/260621/

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/blackm...Lq-bsVQdXEuidg

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  • The Sicatoka
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Originally posted by Kepler View Post
    The only way to have a good conspiracy is to involve as few people as possible and kill them off quickly as soon as possible.
    Well that's how I do it at least.

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  • solovsfett
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Well this is a new one to me: https://youtu.be/2HuEZnkKwrk

    20 years ago, 7-16-99.

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  • joecct
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    Originally posted by aparch View Post
    You think it was the toner or the fuser?

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  • aparch
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  • solovsfett
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    Originally posted by Kepler View Post
    And getting them not to b-tch about it is impossible.

    The only way to have a good conspiracy is to involve as few people as possible and kill them off quickly as soon as possible.
    Kepler for the win. That’s exactly what happened post 11-22-63. Eladio de Valle, David Ferrie, Sam Giancana, Johnny Roselli, Rose Cheramie, Dorothy Kilgallen, William Sullivan, George Demorenschildt, George Senator, and dozens more were axed, many JUST before or during the Church committee, Garrison and HSCA inquiries.

    People can keep secrets, witness hundreds of people in the military and government knew about the A bomb for months prior to our dropping them but when it comes to withholding info on murders or coups those in control operate under the premise “when in doubt, have no doubt”, liquidate the potential leakers.

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  • SJHovey
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Originally posted by Kepler View Post
    And getting them not to b-tch about it is impossible.

    The only way to have a good conspiracy is to involve as few people as possible and kill them off quickly as soon as possible.
    I agree 100% with what both you and MT have just posted on conspiracies, which is one of the reasons that I've been a bit skeptical to leap onto the Steven Avery is innocent bus in the Making a Murderer case. Yeah, I suppose it might be possible he's innocent, but many of the theories supporting it require the involvement of a lot of people conspiring against him. I don't have that much faith in Wisconsin residents to collectively do something that serious, that effectively, without one of them getting drunk and spilling the beans.

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  • Kepler
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    Originally posted by MissThundercat View Post
    It's cute how conspiracy theorists believe thousands of people are in on faking a major event, such as man on the moon and 9/11.

    Clearly, conspiracy theorists have never led a group project for school or have been a project manager. For me in my undergrad, getting 6 people to do their job was HARD.
    And getting them not to b-tch about it is impossible.

    The only way to have a good conspiracy is to involve as few people as possible and kill them off quickly as soon as possible.

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  • MissThundercat
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    Re: Conspiracy Theories: JFK, RFK, and Stevie Wonder Can See!

    It's cute how conspiracy theorists believe thousands of people are in on faking a major event, such as man on the moon and 9/11.

    Clearly, conspiracy theorists have never led a group project for school or have been a project manager. For me in my undergrad, getting 6 people to do their job was HARD.

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