We love Twitter threads the more bizarre the better and this one involving Homer Simpson and an interdimensional yellow cube is no exception.
The conspiracy theory suggests that Simpsons creator Matt Groening has a knack of predicting the future on his cartoon show and previous evidence suggests that it’s more than just a coincidence. If Groening can accurately predict the future then how does he do it? This batshit, crazy conspiracy theory twitter thread is here to help.
As the world ignites and turns into a ball of failure flames it’s comforting to know that alien conspiracy theories are still going strong.
However there is a very real element of mystery about this story after the FBI dramatically raided The Sunspot Solar Observatory in New Mexico. Feds swooped in on a Blackhawk helicopter, five days ago, ordering staff out of the facility without any explanation why.
Even local law enforcement were bewildered by the closure stating: “The FBI is refusing to tell us what’s going on.There was a Blackhawk helicopter, a bunch of people around antennas and work crews on towers but nobody would tell us anything.”
The Observatory’s sole purpose is to examine the Sun but since the raid it’s been banned from doing so and its official website just reads closed until further notice. But where is the alien conspiracy in all this mess? Well many believe the federal swoop is clear evidence the Observatory has accidentally uncovered evidence of extraterrestrial life, claiming that staff at the observatory saw something they weren’t supposed to or have even made contact with an alien lifeform. Other theories on the internet, (God bless the Internet), claim the shutdown is due to an impending massive solar flare which will fry the world’s electricity supplies or that a foreign government has hacked into the observatory and is using it to spy on America.
Whatever the paranoid explanations might be one fact remains, the Feds raided and forcibly closed an observatory and have yet to give any explanation why and until they do conspiracy theories will abound.
This video from design group Kurzgesagt offers up a simple method on how to debunk conspiracy theories. They explain:
Most Conspiracy Theories are stupid. By the power of the internet they spread like wildfire and often poison discussions. But there is hope – we developed a way to debunk conspiracies in just a few seconds…
Of course as a self-confessed fan of conspiracy theories this approach is way too oversimplified for me and does nothing to debunk the theory that Arnie murdered Lord Lucan.
Jesus, do I get frothy round a conspiracy theory. I just can’t help myself.
Let’s get something clear here, I’m not a conspiracy nut, but I’m nuts for conspiracy theories, there’s a huge difference. The thought, imagination, attention to detail and flat-out commitment given to some of these suspicions are to be applauded. I’m all for alternative thinking, it’s what keeps life interesting.
There are six parts to this independent documentary, which you can watch right here as you adjust your TV antenna on top of your tin foil hat while you drink your non-aspartame beverage.
I flat out love this, from the stern, super serious narration to the orchestral rendition of Metallica’s Nothing Else Matters, sinisterly playing in the background, not to mention the desperate grasping of straws. Simply put the 1985 sci-fi classic Back To The Future is nothing more than a Hollywood driven subliminal message, detailing the link between the Atomic bomb, the advent of Grey aliens on earth, possible Stargates, time travel and Christopher Lloyd. To give away any more detail would simply spoil your enjoyment.
Regardless what you think about the whole did they or didn’t they conspiracy theory behind the moon landing by the crew of Apollo 11 back in 1969, you can’t deny that the ‘lost’ footage above is more than just a tad fishy.
Why go to all the trouble of faking pictures of earth with smoke and mirror techniques to make it seem a lot further away than actually is, giving the impression that you’re halfway to your intended destination, when in reality it’s just outside the window and you’re nowhere near the moon? And what’s with the third party on the radio transmissions?
The video is an excerpt from a documentary called ‘A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Moon‘.
(via Above Top Secret)
We love Alex Jones, the outspoken, unashamed conspiracy theorist and radio broadcaster, and here’s just another reason why we admire him so.
Yes, you might not agree entirely with what he has to say, you might think that the man may own a stylish tin foil hat, but just look at how passionate and animated he is when expressing his opinion, he’s like an angry teddy bear on speed. Bless.
This latest rant is about the construction plans for the Formula One race track in Dallas and how it’s going to cost the taxpayer a small fortune just so the rich and famous have somewhere to drive their fast cars, you can’t deny that the man is pretty much on the money here.
By the way the caller accuses Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone of admiring Hitler…chart a course for HERE.