- Sep 8, 2014
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Yeah I know what you mean in terms of feeling sorry for them. I think with conspiracies like this people believe it because life is sh*tty sometimes and it's hard for them to accept that there's no reason for it. It gives them something to believe in and a reason for all the chaos.Conspiracy theory docs are hard not to watch for me. Just fascinating. That NASA scene was when I kind of felt sorry for the guy (and the gal). Edit: and the experiment with they expensive gyroscope that disproved their theory? They totally tried to come up with some other reason. Amazing how they were read to switch gears. They also tried to keep it hush-hush from everyone earlier.
I used to work with this woman who believed all the conspiracy theories and all the "new age" crap. She honestly believed the "people in charge" were reptilians, the illuminati controls the world, aliens had battles in North Pole bases, there was more she liked to talk about. As I got to know her I realised she'd had a difficult life, was left to raise a kid by herself and was searching for meaning in it all.