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Old 07-28-2009, 08:50 PM
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well in the episode it was an AU jfk.
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Old 07-28-2009, 09:30 PM
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Did you see the episode?
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Did you see the episode?
Sadly, no.
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Old 07-29-2009, 12:57 AM
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There may be a kernel of truth to some superstitions, but even if so, superstitions, I think, are harmful in general. I think that some conspiracy theories are a form of superstition (though obviously not the conspiracies in which I see some credence, which, naturally, could be real and are therefore not harmful at all ( )).
I am not aware of any "conspiracy theory" which has something to do with superstition.
They are entirely dumb like the moon landing hoax, spurred by a lack of transparency like the ones about 9/11, simple propaganda and interest representation like some about 7/7 bombings ... or they are entirely justified because the "official version" is dumb, e.g. the Kennedy assassination.
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I am not aware of any "conspiracy theory" which has something to do with superstition.
They are entirely dumb like the moon landing hoax, spurred by a lack of transparency like the ones about 9/11, simple propaganda and interest representation like some about 7/7 bombings ... or they are entirely justified because the "official version" is dumb, e.g. the Kennedy assassination.
Agreed!
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