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Rat Patrol wrote:https://www.theguardian.com/science/201 ... -suspected

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Y'know, when I was a kid, there was all kinds of shit about the Bermuda Triangle—cheap tv documentaries, quickie books at the drug store, variations on shows like the Six Million Dollar Man. And now? Zilch. Did the Triangle just get safer or has the conspiracy moved on to a new, more sinister stage?
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Dr. Medulla wrote:Y'know, when I was a kid, there was all kinds of shit about the Bermuda Triangle—cheap tv documentaries, quickie books at the drug store, variations on shows like the Six Million Dollar Man. And now? Zilch. Did the Triangle just get safer or has the conspiracy moved on to a new, more sinister stage?
The opening of diplomatic relations with Cuba revealed that Amelia Earhart died of natural causes in 2001 at age 103 in her defected home of Havana with her six surviving grandchildren and eighteen great-grandchildren at her side. The CIA called off the search right then and ordered all incriminating paperbacks on the $2 shelf in used bookstores burned.

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Dr. Medulla wrote:Y'know, when I was a kid, there was all kinds of shit about the Bermuda Triangle—cheap tv documentaries, quickie books at the drug store, variations on shows like the Six Million Dollar Man. And now? Zilch. Did the Triangle just get safer or has the conspiracy moved on to a new, more sinister stage?
The opening of diplomatic relations with Cuba revealed that Amelia Earhart died of natural causes in 2001 at age 103 in her defected home of Havana with her six surviving grandchildren and eighteen great-grandchildren at her side. The CIA called off the search right then and ordered all incriminating paperbacks on the $2 shelf in used bookstores burned.
The flaw in your theory is that it doesn't explain the Cult of Isis and the "shooting" at Sandy Hook.
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Yesterday I watched Adam Curtis' documentary Hypernormalisation, an expansive reconception of false consciousness that argues/rambles that reality can no longer be apprehended because of … well, lots of stuff that's happened behind the scenes since the mid-70s. Honestly, I can't easily describe the thesis because it has so many moving parts that are so disparate—seemingly disparate, to those who know—and that's why it doesn't persuade. It's a lot like the good ol' days of Deep Clash Theory. CK would present pieces of sensible argument but then link things up in such a way to make the sane just shake their heads. There are useful elements and ideas in Curtis' work, but by yoking them as some kind of hidden metanarrative, it just comes off as flaky.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:44am
Yesterday I watched Adam Curtis' documentary Hypernormalisation, an expansive reconception of false consciousness that argues/rambles that reality can no longer be apprehended because of … well, lots of stuff that's happened behind the scenes since the mid-70s. Honestly, I can't easily describe the thesis because it has so many moving parts that are so disparate—seemingly disparate, to those who know—and that's why it doesn't persuade. It's a lot like the good ol' days of Deep Clash Theory. CK would present pieces of sensible argument but then link things up in such a way to make the sane just shake their heads. There are useful elements and ideas in Curtis' work, but by yoking them as some kind of hidden metanarrative, it just comes off as flaky.
Don't care for his work at all.
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Silent Majority wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:46am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:44am
Yesterday I watched Adam Curtis' documentary Hypernormalisation, an expansive reconception of false consciousness that argues/rambles that reality can no longer be apprehended because of … well, lots of stuff that's happened behind the scenes since the mid-70s. Honestly, I can't easily describe the thesis because it has so many moving parts that are so disparate—seemingly disparate, to those who know—and that's why it doesn't persuade. It's a lot like the good ol' days of Deep Clash Theory. CK would present pieces of sensible argument but then link things up in such a way to make the sane just shake their heads. There are useful elements and ideas in Curtis' work, but by yoking them as some kind of hidden metanarrative, it just comes off as flaky.
Don't care for his work at all.
Like most (all?) conspiracy theories that operate on a large scale, it demands total skepticism of conventional truth and total credulity of this unconventional truth.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:56am
Silent Majority wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:46am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:44am
Yesterday I watched Adam Curtis' documentary Hypernormalisation, an expansive reconception of false consciousness that argues/rambles that reality can no longer be apprehended because of … well, lots of stuff that's happened behind the scenes since the mid-70s. Honestly, I can't easily describe the thesis because it has so many moving parts that are so disparate—seemingly disparate, to those who know—and that's why it doesn't persuade. It's a lot like the good ol' days of Deep Clash Theory. CK would present pieces of sensible argument but then link things up in such a way to make the sane just shake their heads. There are useful elements and ideas in Curtis' work, but by yoking them as some kind of hidden metanarrative, it just comes off as flaky.
Don't care for his work at all.
Like most (all?) conspiracy theories that operate on a large scale, it demands total skepticism of conventional truth and total credulity of this unconventional truth.
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Silent Majority wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:59am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:56am
Silent Majority wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:46am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
13 Feb 2017, 11:44am
Yesterday I watched Adam Curtis' documentary Hypernormalisation, an expansive reconception of false consciousness that argues/rambles that reality can no longer be apprehended because of … well, lots of stuff that's happened behind the scenes since the mid-70s. Honestly, I can't easily describe the thesis because it has so many moving parts that are so disparate—seemingly disparate, to those who know—and that's why it doesn't persuade. It's a lot like the good ol' days of Deep Clash Theory. CK would present pieces of sensible argument but then link things up in such a way to make the sane just shake their heads. There are useful elements and ideas in Curtis' work, but by yoking them as some kind of hidden metanarrative, it just comes off as flaky.
Don't care for his work at all.
Like most (all?) conspiracy theories that operate on a large scale, it demands total skepticism of conventional truth and total credulity of this unconventional truth.
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Watching a series called Conspiracies on Netflix and the first one is the old chestnut on Hitler surviving the bunker. One of the promoters of this idea is a "renegade historian" (I have no idea how historians become renegades, short of robbing banks, but whatever) named Douglas Dietrich. Googling him results in:
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The website is worth a casual glance. Stuff about time travel and secret CIA files about, well, everything you can think of.
http://www.dddietrich.com/index.html
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Feb 2017, 7:00pm
Watching a series called Conspiracies on Netflix and the first one is the old chestnut on Hitler surviving the bunker. One of the promoters of this idea is a "renegade historian" (I have no idea how historians become renegades, short of robbing banks, but whatever) named Douglas Dietrich. Googling him results in:
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The website is worth a casual glance. Stuff about time travel and secret CIA files about, well, everything you can think of.
http://www.dddietrich.com/index.html
He looks like he gets off on dwarfs fucking pastry.
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https://www.salon.com/2017/04/17/he-is- ... -a-nutjob/

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Rat Patrol wrote:
18 Apr 2017, 12:26am
https://www.salon.com/2017/04/17/he-is- ... -a-nutjob/

Double false flag! No...quintuple with a pinkie swear!
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