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Dog Diarrhea – A Comprehensive Guide

Dog Diarrhea – A Comprehensive Guide

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A Mystical Journey on a River in a Cave on the Yucatan Peninsula

A Mystical Journey on a River in a Cave on the Yucatan Peninsula

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Brand As Persona

Brand As Persona

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Conspiracy Cat

Conspiracy Cat

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How To Tame A Crazy Woman

How To Tame A Crazy Woman

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Five Best Strategies for Managing Employee’s Resistance to Change

Five Best Strategies for Managing Employee’s Resistance to Change

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Here Be Dragons (Brian Dunning)

Here Be Dragons (Brian Dunning)

Here Be Dragons is a 40 minute video introduction to critical thinking. This video is on my “must watch” list for skeptics and critical thinkers 🙂Most people fully accept paranormal and pseudoscientific claims without critique as they are promoted by the mass media. Here Be Dragons offers a toolbox for recognizing and understanding the dangers of pseudoscience, and appreciation for the reality-based benefits offered by real science. Here Be Dragons is written and presented by Brian Dunning, host and producer of the Skeptoid podcast and author of the Skeptoid book series. Source: Here Be Dragons – YouTube.Like this: Like Loading…RelatedSource link
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David Icke: Methods Of A Madman

David Icke: Methods Of A Madman

Some people would call David Icke controversial. I would call him a brilliant psychotic. His ability to speak for hours on an incomprehensible doctrine is stunning. But listen carefully and the methods of his madness become apparent. He has a brilliant talent for the subtle interweaving of plausible with crazy, and packaging the in-between gray areas as thought-terminating clichés like “secret societies”, “brotherhood”, “free masons” and other slogans and catchphrases popular with modern conspiracy thinking. The magic is in his ability to dispense seemingly innocuous tidbits of (allegedly true) earth history one moment, then slipping in talk of aliens crossbreeding with humans the next moment. Talk sane, touch on some crazy, go back to the safety of sane. Rinse and repeat until the listener can swallow the crazy with the sane. This ability to subtlely slide in and out of the realm of plausible is the same potent cocktail used by science fiction writers to blur the lines between the possible and the impossible to keep viewers coming back for more. This 25 minute video has been distilled from a 217 minute video. I’ve removed the plausible to expose the rest. Enjoy.Watch on YouTube Click here for a very high quality version of this video for download and redistribution.Like this: Like Loading…RelatedPosted in: Aliens, Conspiracy, David Icke, New World Order, Secret Societies | Tagged: Alien-human hybrid, Aliens, Annunaki, Art, Conspiracy, conspiracy theory, David Icke, New World Order, Secret Societies, Secret society, Wembley Arena, youtubeSource link
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Can A Mobile Oil Change Franchise System Survive In The Future?

Can A Mobile Oil Change Franchise System Survive In The Future?

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Sickness and Disease: The Bible’s Perspective

Sickness and Disease: The Bible’s Perspective

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Sickness and Disease: The Bible’s Perspective

Sickness and Disease: The Bible’s Perspective

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A History of the Cold War

A History of the Cold War

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To what extent did the nucleur arms race make the world a more dangerous place between 1949-62?

To what extent did the nucleur arms race make the world a more dangerous place between 1949-62?

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How to Run an Effective Business Meeting

How to Run an Effective Business Meeting

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The Gentrification of America – What Role Does the Working Class and the Poor Play?

The Gentrification of America – What Role Does the Working Class and the Poor Play?

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Remembering the Mandela Effect | ILLuMiNuTTi.com

Remembering the Mandela Effect | ILLuMiNuTTi.com

Some claim that certain common false memories are evidence for alternate realities. by Brian Dunning via skeptoid Ever have one of those moments where you watch an old movie or pick up an old book, and hear a quote or see something that stands in stark contrast to what you thought you remembered? We all have. But what about a special case, where the exact same broken memory is shared by a large number of people? At first glance, it seems like this must be something different. It’s no surprise that any of us individually might remember something wrong; but for a whole group to share an identical false memory seems to suggest that there might be a new phenomenon at work. It’s been called the Mandela Effect. The Mandela Effect is named for one of its most famous examples, that of Nelson Mandela, whose funeral some people remembered after he supposedly died in prison. Mandela was arrested in 1962 and sentenced to life in prison in South Africa, but he survived it and was released in 1990. He was President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999, and some of those same people said “Wait, he died in prison, I watched the funeral on TV.” He didn’t actually die until 2013; and every time his name came up, these same people said “Wait a minute, I thought he was dead.” Now, this group who erroneously remembered that Mandela had died did not include me, but I’m sure some people thought he had. One who did was psychic ghost hunter Fiona Broome, who writes that she discovered that some people she knew also thought that Mandela had died. Seeking an explanation for what she described as an “emerging phenomenon”, she turned not to social science, but to some nebulous concept of alternate realities. In her own words: The “Mandela Effect” is what happens when someone has a clear memory of something that never happened in this reality. Many of us — mostly total strangers — remember the exact same events with the exact same details. However, our memories are different from what’s in history books, newspaper archives, and so on. This isn’t a conspiracy, and we’re not talking about “false memories.” Many of us speculate that parallel realities exist, and we’ve been “sliding” between them without realizing it. (Others favor the idea that we’re each enjoying holodeck experiences, possibly with some programming glitches. In my opinion, these aren’t mutually exclusive.)Is a lot of people remembering something wrong evidence for alternate realities? Not really. Continue reading @ skeptoid – – –Like this: Like Loading…RelatedSource link
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Understanding LifeVantage: Can You Really Make Money With LifeVantage?

Understanding LifeVantage: Can You Really Make Money With LifeVantage?

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Living in the Narcissist’s Shadow

Living in the Narcissist’s Shadow

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