Friday, December 5, 2014

Merry Conspiracy Theory Month


If you were in on a global conspiracy to reduce the earth’s population by 90% and you had unlimited resources, how would you do it? Famine, plague, murder, war?
”Deaths from chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease have risen by more than 50 percent in low- and middle-income countries over the past two decades…” NY Times
‘‘Superbugs’ Kill India’s Babies and Pose an Overseas Threat - Researchers say a significant share of the bacteria in India - in its water, sewage, animals, soil and even its mothers - are resistant to nearly all antibiotics.’ NY Times
In 2006, Ken Wilkins, a Baylor University biology professor and associate dean said, ’"Humans are so dense (in population) that they constitute a perfect substrate for an epidemic,". He contends Ebola is merely an evolutionary step away from escaping the confines of Africa. And should an outbreak occur, [UT professor Eric] Pianka assuredly says humanity will quickly come to a "grinding halt."’ Rense.com
“GMOs are even more environment-friendly than traditional farming. As GMOs are safe, why surrender the benefits?" Quality Assurance
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Cancer deaths double in Argentina's GMO agribusiness areas The Ecologist 
Does posting conspiracy theory stories make me racist?

1 comment:

TommyBoy said...

They're not theories when they turn out to be true. Popular consensus says JFK was killed in a conspiracy and it doesn't take a forensics expert to come to that conclusion. But, the point is, is it (any conspiracy theory) considered "real" when over half of the population believes it? Or is the official story what we go by -- even in the face of overwhelming evidence? How long does an illusion persist?

Speaking of wide-ranging conspiracies, anyone following the James Holmes legal debacle out in Colorado? Pictures of the aftermath of the shooting in Aurora? "...floor slippery with blood..." No, me neither.