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#41
Quote by JimDawson
Immunizations can give you autism.

Free energy machines exist, but "they" don't want you to know about them.



That BS is so annoying.

Has anyone heard about that one where the US military is useing contrails to manipulate weather patters, and making hurricanes or something like that?
#42
Quote by orangepi
That BS is so annoying.

Has anyone heard about that one where the US military is useing contrails to manipulate weather patters, and making hurricanes or something like that?


I've heard that one, also that they can cause earth quakes using HAARP.

meh. I mean. I wouldn't be SURPRISED if they could. theres SO much that we don't know about.
but it's a bit far-fetched.
#43
inb4 Zombee arguing all of these are legitimate possibilities.
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I swear this guy in particular writes for the telegraph or some shit.

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#44
Who could argue with the hollow earth theory?

Or bases on the dark side of the moon?

Sound logic was used in these theories.
#45
Quote by JimDawson
Immunizations can give you autism.

Free energy machines exist, but "they" don't want you to know about them.

I have heard both of those in real life by the same person.
In my heart I'm with you

every night
#46
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I have heard both of those in real life by the same person.


Same here.

Actually, the free energy thing is kind of interesting. Recently I have been researching efficient ways to get renewable energy; there's this place outside of town my family owns and my dad really wants to hook it up with solar/wind power because we live on the prairies- lots of sun and wind here.

I found out about magnetic generators, and lots of videos on Youtube use terms like "perpetual motion device" and something involving "unity" (higher than unity meaning getting more energy than you put in to it). It's clearly a load of bullshit, and because of that I haven't actually been able to find out if magnetic generators are more efficient than regular electric motors with the whole "brush" system if anyone here knows about that. It really pisses me off that I can't actually find much real information (statistics) about it.

Magnetic generators seem like a great way (in theory) to convert kinetic energy into electricity and vice-versa, but none of these videos give real information about it. Like numbers- if I put X amount of power into it, I get Y amount of power out of it. Really simple to figure out from any dick with an ohmmmeter, but strangely enough most of them seem to be trying to sell this crap to you as a "free energy machine" and a bunch of jargon.

Clearly it's not more than 100% efficient.
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#47
Quote by 5thCircuitRider
Who could argue with the hollow earth theory?

Or bases on the dark side of the moon?

Sound logic was used in these theories.


or Hitler and his expeditions to find the entrance to the center of the earth...
and nazis in antarctica.
#48
Hitler listened to that nut Himmler, therefore there were Nazis in Antarctica.

What about people who think Metallica is still good?
Tomorrow will take us away
Far from home
No one will ever know our names
But the bards' songs will remain
Tomorrow will take it away
The fear of today
It will be gone
Due to our magic songs

ALL HAIL CELESTIA
#49
The Titanic served in WWII and it was really her sister ship 'The Olympia?' that went down in 1912. It was a case of insurance fraud on the White Star Line's part who owned both the ships.
The captain they hired to sail the renamed boat's "Maiden" Voyage was actually meant to have been so clumsy, they didn't even bother telling him of their plans... I think the thing was, they wanted to dent the boat, not sink it.

Titanic's sister ship is at the bottom of the ocean, not the Titanic.
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look nigga, if you're chillin with 5 bros and 2 hos, you're gonna wanna pay attention to all of em equally. not moon over the hos forever and laugh at every shitty thing they say and just stare at them all night, like some of my mates do.
#50
Quote by WantsLesPaul
George W. Bush and the British royals are actually lizards.

The whole reptilians living among us is pretty funny, I don't know how people believe that.

William Shatner's show has some pretty funny ones, some lady who was like convinced she was made in a CIA lab and had non-humanoid DNA, only to have her DNA tested and come back as plane jane human being.
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