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@Deleted User Silly lefties, neo nazism is where it's at. Now censor me.
Why am I not being told I am so offensive and politically incorrect and getting banned?
You people are puppets of the Jew's.
I wish, Adolf Hitler was a good guy.
The Jews lied about the holocaust, them leftie scumbags.
Fascism is right wing. Nazism is best. The Jews lied.
I don't, fascism is stupid right wing scum nonsense.
Capitalism is fake Jew controlled bankers scumming the scum out of the people's scummed scum.
Oh no, I'm not offensive enough. I need to get you offended GRRRRR!!!
No, the FES sponsors B.o.B though.
My favorite conspiracy theory is not on the list
A bit complicated, but basically it is that we live in a card game under a secret society, with people as pawns and blind luck.
Have you heard of the Illuminati card game?
It has numerous events predicted. Basically like that but the powers behind this show on earth are actually playing the game with society as the game board, so to speak.
And future events are planned a long time before they happen, like 9/11
It is sorta like the illuminati conspiracy, but it has their members in the midst of an ever continuing game
Yeah, but it doesn't depend on there being a simulation, these people just have power over the entire world by some means and they can arrange events at their own whim.
But in a way, simulation would make it more sensible
Yeah, that name could work, or "The Illuminati's Game"
I'm not sure what to think of it, but I was looking at the illuminati card game, and it contains clues that seem to predict events like 9/11, the Boston Marathon bombing, NSA spying program, Wikileaks, Princess Diana's death, Trump's presidency, rise of Flat Earth movement, etc.
And also events that haven't happened yet, so if it is accurate, we can anticipate some of it.
That Skynet theory is interesting, does anyone believe that?
I heard about that incident, there was many theories on it
The question is, to what degree?
@The Gwench Regarding Trump and the "Enough is Enough" card, it says on the card,
*At any time, at any place, our snipers can drop you...
... have a nice day.*
Some people thought it could refer to an assassination, but it isn't certain, it reveals that at any time, Trump can be sniped, he is simply a means to an end.
If he decides to go against the plan, since given his personality, he isn't super subservient to the agenda.
@Soldz (CF) It is interesting for sure. Even if it is really nothing and I'm just speculating, the card game certainly fits the events of today.
Not really in the way this card game does, it is unique.
Not all cards may be played, some have been already, I am not sure about the extent. This is probably just a set of the cards released to the public that hint and only represent a portion of the possible moves.
For example, the "Charismatic Leader" card was likely played and fulfilled in Donald Trump, and the Enough is Enough is a message regarding it that can be played any time.
I consider "flat earthers" to just be those who don't accept that we live on a spinning ball and admit to not know what we are on. Mere skepticism, without an alternative.
But given that it was a choice of undecided vs flat earther here, I chose undecided.
By definition, it is believing the Earth is a flat plane, but for me, it is flat as far as we can see often in a way that makes no sense for the globe, but no additional assumptions beyond that.
I often see people fail to make the distinction between transgender and gender dysphoria, and they claim being transgender is a recognized mental disorder. Being Transgender is gender nonconformity.
Or you just get those who fail to see gender as a social construct and claim any nonconformity is messed up.
Altho, if Gender isn't a social construct, then what is it? Biologically programmed behavior?
Yeah, very interesting imo.
Some people are selected beforehand as part of the game plan and put into a specific position.
I wonder how that could be tested
I thought all the evidence in sociology indicated gender is quite fluid.
Like, masculinity is hardly natural to men at all, it is socially constructed.
Regarding the brain structures, I am not sure, it could still have to do with the way we interact with our environment and take in information.
But in terms of gender, we have no indication of it being biological.
*Yet all the greatest thinkers in history are men*
Women didn't have the same opportunities in society throughout history. That changed surprisingly quick recently.
So I think we know why that is
True, I don't deny that. I'm referring to gender norms.
Any direct evidence for that?
Otherwise it is just assumption.
It also isn't as simple as binary, there are intersex people out there where their exact biological sex is ambiguous. Regarding gender, there are multiple possible gender identities. Altho masculine and feminine is the dominant binary, and is applied to the sexes.
I don't think they meant that, just that the term refers to something malleable.
It being someone who changed their gender identity along with medical assistance to change some characteristics, a subset of transgender
How is trying to identify as a different gender "destructive"?
I think the germ theory of disease is accurate, and much of medical science of today follows the Zetetic Scientific method. Vaccines may have some potential health risks long term, but it also has saved many lives. We would have to weigh the benefits and risks.
So, like intelligent design but by aliens?
Ancient Astronauts theory isn't really credible imo
Altho they push it on History channel
Even tho the mainstream academics accepts it to be pseudoscience, yet a mainstream channel promotes it. Weird, huh
I think an immediate question that needs to be raised is on the evidence that capital punishment reduces crime rates by deterrence. If so, it might be worth instituting it as part of the criminal justice system.
Is there a negative correlation between executions and murders? In other words, do executions lower the murder rates?
And, there is the problem of executing an innocent person. Hopefully with todays technology and system, the odds are near zero
If you imprison an innocent person, and figure it out. You can reimburse them.
@tha cheeseburger What is their secret to low crime?
U.S. struggles with it much more
I think mandatory rehab would be a much better alternative than minimum sentencing for the drug war.
Places like Guantanamo bay used to torture prisoners, U.S. based.
The CIA used to waterboarding to simulate drowning to force suspected terrorists to give out information.
They actually did studies on torture
And found out it isn't very effective
The prisoners often gave out false information
The U.S. has more prisoners than any other country I think
@Rudi So do you believe in a certain model or just that it is flat and stationary and we don't know the rest?
Regarding the <#547645432604393482>, Agenda 21 is certainly part of the foundation of the New World Order goal, but a conspiracy? I think it will just naturally come as a result of globalization.
Interesting question: If I could give you the exact date and time of your death, would you be interested to know?
@PGLCA Concrete Evidence and Skepticism is the way to go. That way you just demand of people direct support or you don't accept their premises.
@PGLCA Well, skepticism is about questioning
Also, you don't need to always have a position on something, you could just be neutral in lack of evidence
@PGLCA Yes, it has to be a clearly defined question
@Ninja8flash It wouldn't appear bad at all. It is really just the potential problems that can come with it.
Are you like an anarchist or something?
Many people do, that is why the UN is becoming more powerful
The State appropriates resources, it can also provide liberties, not just take away.
It does, positive and negative liberties, there exist 2 types
People are products of their time as well
Oh, I thought you were trying to make a point
So I didn't get vaccines for a long time
@Salade Nah, I managed to stay healthy and hardly get sick in my later years. Possibly because the people around me were vaccinated, and also me staying home a lot after college completion keeps me isolated from public sicknesses. But many of the vaccinated students still got sick, like flu. Some other vaccines like whooping cough worked really well and you would have very slight chance of contracting it but you still could spread it to other people.
Flu vaccines weren't that great, you only got them because the school required it. Unless you got a signed exemption
@Salade They have many benefits, maybe negatives that can be fixed.
I am not against them, so pro I guess.
If I do get vaccinated again, I'd do Tetanus shot maybe, I haven't got it for decades.
The thing with vaccines is that they get tested directly and crossed review. So I don't have as much of a problem with mainstream medical science, it relies more on the zetetic method.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure Thimerosal is still used in some vaccines.
Much of the increase in autism is from change in diagnostic criteria. There is no objective test that reveals autism, it is diagnosed from analyzing behavior under a particular criteria by experts.
And when you change criteria to be less restrictive, you can get more people with autism that otherwise wouldn't pass for it before.
What is the opposite of WarmSoftIrrationality?
@Cerberus | Kinda. There is like tons of conspiracy theories on the list in this server. You probably accept at least one.
What is the description for fake news? It probably refers to a conspiracy of faking news
The Skynet one is lit. Someday, robots take over the world and it is in the making.
It is whatever you wanna believe basically
"Gay frogs", that is a weird conspiracy theory
Well, the probability of Yahweh is either 0 or 100
Ooh ooh, and the existence of the philosophers stone?
I think I've seen some clips from History channel
I'm thinking both 666 and 616 could be right from gematria of Latin vs hebrew
Latin drops the second נ . I'm thinking they both can spell out the Same term in their respective languages
@Human Sheeple Were you the one that did the modeling to show that a selenelion is possible on a globe?
How did you make the selenelion work, I'm wondering.
So it was able to work within a particular area and that allowed a few degrees off to still work the lunar eclipse?
Well, the primary issue was with the 2d plane for the lunar eclipse, sun being not directly aligned with the earth and moon.
I'm not familiar with modeling so I'm not quite sure what you mean, but what exactly does it take to make the selenelion work on the globe regarding its position. Do you have to change the sun's apparent position?
I'm aware, I was just interested that in your modeling showing selenelion working on a globe perfectly, exactly how has it been determined?
Could work on a ball earth in theory, but the issue primarily was they have to alter the position of the apparent sun to get it to work, that being variable by atmospheric conditions.
So then why do they claim all these phenomena work like over the horizon sightings, selenelion, and knowing the position of the sun?
If they lack the working refraction model?
So if you model a superior mirage on a globe, what kind of light bending does it take to reach over the horizon? Wouldn't it have to go over the line of sight first then bend down over the curvature?
But the question is, are you a flat Marser?
@Царь Earth ain't a planet as flat earthers describe it.
You see, there is a special way of looking at it all
UFOs mean "Unidentified", so how do we know what those sightings were?
We went inside a black hole event horizon
It was the battle of the Babylonian and Hebrew cosmology, heliocentrism vs geocentrism, then Copernican Cosmology vs Geocentrism.
The grand deception, the Copernican principle.
But to what degree is it controlled?
Can one group remain in power throughout the conflicts of history?
It is remarkable that it came back after its destruction and dissolution.
Not really, there are cases of supposed fossilized humans in sedimentary strata, but often they are disputable given the lack of documentation and verification. It is hard to figure out, I doubt it.
Vertebrates make up a fraction of a percent of the entire fossil record, so very few were preserved. Take note of that. Most are marine organisms.
*Should the UN get involved in a woman’s right to have an abortion?*
That question makes no sense
It said for context that the UN declared abortion to be a human right, then the question asks about getting involved in a human right.
First of all, if you want to consider abortion to be a human right, how would affirming that be "getting involved"?
Getting involved is basically pro-life, by overturning that as a right of choice to a right to live for the fetus.
That is why the previous day question doesn't make complete sense to me
Today's question might seem simple, but it is a bit more complicated, because it is related to internet algorithms.
Eh, it sometimes does work that way, but generally not in medical science
Much of science is inductive, facts are decided by a group of people in that respect.
They are, these people compile descriptive conclusions to predict various phenomenon, and agree on them not to be epistemological truth but principles that they deem a more accurate descriptor
Yeah, unless I am wearing my tinfoil hat
It also prevents mind control signals that the illuminati puts in the sky, and chemtrails pollutants
@Deleted User Conspiracy theory has many layers to it
Often, you have to pull nonsense away to get to truth
The list on this server is quite large
"How do we address it?" Some people ask
A lot of people are butthurt over their success
The Nazis had a solution but it ultimately didn't succeed since Israel quickly became a powerhouse later.
Antisemitism rampant to this day.
It is no coincidence that Israel came back in the 20th century.
What if lizard people ruled the world?
Why did you conclude that we live on a ball?
Universities indoctrinate. The vast majority don't go through and question what they were taught.
They teach critical thinking, but the catch is that you fall into their paradigm of naturalistic science and theory
It depends on the subject.
However much of it is undemonstrated speculation, like astrophysics.
They teach you that certain principles are facts but are truly conflicted about it, it is an inductive approach, not direct measurements.
Medical science tends to be based on direct, less reliance on hypothesis and theory. You have germ theory, sure, but it is testing upon testing to verify cause and effect.
And if I get ill, I rely on healthcare
@Human Sheeple Do you think it is possible that people discovered an edge of the earth and they keep it secret?
Operation Highjump, they could have been exploring the edge
Nah, no proof for gravity. The equivalence principle is supposedly a freak coincidence, yet well established. That is essentially what General Relativity boils down to, the equivalence principle.
Is there a simulation conspiracy theory?
Like the Illuminati having AI characters placed in the simulation by the creator?
If we live in a simulation, is it possible to hack it ourselves?
Could we defeat the creator and beat the simulation? Could this be a test of time?
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