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Which conspiracy theory is the most plausible?

Oswald did not act alone in the JFK assassination.
 22 (48.9%)
WTC Building 7 was imploded intentionally.
 4 (8.9%)
Kurt Cobain did not shoot himself.
 4 (8.9%)
Opus Dei is the modern day freemasons and controls world events.
 2 (4.4%)
Positive proof of alien visitation exists.
 1 (2.2%)
Other - explain and I will (try to) add to poll.
 5 (11.1%)
Assassination of Rabin
 2 (4.4%)
Apollo moon landing faked
 1 (2.2%)
Tupac and Elvis still alive and making record together
 0 (0%)
Metrodome heat pumps manipulated to help Twins win World Series
 1 (2.2%)
Elliot Smith suicide
 0 (0%)
Yield protection at law schools
 1 (2.2%)
TWA flight 800 downed by SAM off Long Island
 2 (4.4%)

Total Members Voted: 36

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Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« on: March 14, 2006, 10:43:33 PM »
Among supporting evidence:
(1) Three bullets only account for seven observed wounds if "magic bullet" theory is believed.
(2) No other steel frame skyscraper has ever collapsed because of fire.
(3) Opiate levels in blood too high to be able to pull trigger of shotgun.
(4) Deaths and disappearances of ex-members, number of members in prominent offices around the world.
(5) Photographs and newspaper reports from Roswell 1947 and other places.

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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2006, 11:21:30 PM »
Other: A surprisingly large minority of Israelis believe that the Israeli security service was responsible for or at least complicit in the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin. I do not believe this, but the evidence they put forth goes to show you you can make a pretty good story out of just about *any* set of complicated circumstances.

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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2006, 12:26:31 AM »
ok. check this out!


http://community-2.webtv.net/Larry762/fontcolor3300FF/page4.html

scroll down to the photo!
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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2006, 01:55:36 AM »
Conspiracy by definition involves more than one person, so I am going to have to rule solipsism out.  Sorry.

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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #4 on: March 15, 2006, 02:11:53 AM »
the most plausible conspiricy theory is the one where george soros moves his plutonian-alien training grounds to middle africa?

and aye think there are a few others...

like why the fuch my socks always get lost in the dryer...
and the ones aye do rescue are dancing with a new partner...

pass...give up on the wtc building theory...NO way jose...

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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #5 on: March 15, 2006, 02:15:08 AM »
Among supporting evidence:
(1) Three bullets only account for seven observed wounds if "magic bullet" theory is believed.
(2) No other steel frame skyscraper has ever collapsed because of fire.
(3) Opiate levels in blood too high to be able to pull trigger of shotgun.
(4) Deaths and disappearances of ex-members, number of members in prominent offices around the world.
(5) Photographs and newspaper reports from Roswell 1947 and other places.

seismic activity...ground breaking vibrations.
and a few city blocks wide deep ground oven...burning for a few days...how hot does it need to get?
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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #6 on: March 15, 2006, 03:45:00 AM »
the moon landing never happened. (something about exiting some sphere around the world and how it is supposed to cause death or something.  shadows.  there was a show on TV about it)

Elvis is still alive (or was, he would be dead by now for sure)

Tupac is still alive (come on, how many records can a dead guy really cut?)

The Twins rigged the 1991 world series by changing the way the air conditioners blew depending on who was batting.  Remember Kirby Puckett's over-the-wall catch.  Never would have happened.  Braves win... it all.

Passion of the Christ not winning best picture.  I don't know.

Too many to name. 

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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #7 on: March 15, 2006, 05:54:36 AM »
the moon landing never happened. (something about exiting some sphere around the world and how it is supposed to cause death or something.  shadows.  there was a show on TV about it)

Elvis is still alive (or was, he would be dead by now for sure)

Tupac is still alive (come on, how many records can a dead guy really cut?)

The Twins rigged the 1991 world series by changing the way the air conditioners blew depending on who was batting.  Remember Kirby Puckett's over-the-wall catch.  Never would have happened.  Braves win... it all.

Passion of the Christ not winning best picture.
I don't know.

Too many to name. 

martin scorsece not winning an oscar that's a conspiracy.  'Whipping of the Christ' that's not a conspiracy since it had no plot, no ending, no storyline, it was a documentary/propagando maskerading as a movie.

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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #8 on: March 15, 2006, 11:44:20 AM »
Definitely voting for the Oswald thing.
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Re: Most plausible conspiracy theory?
« Reply #9 on: March 15, 2006, 01:18:43 PM »
I  believe the Cold War ended over a poker game. The losing hand had to bow out from the duel. The Soviets attempted to bluff the US with two 10's. The US had a straight, the Chinese had a full house, and the British had two pairs.
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