Is the Earth flat? That’s a bit of a weird topic, if you ask me. An oddly political one, too – there’s an honest-to-goodness movement behind the idea, with large online communities devoted to unraveling what many believe is a planet-wide conspiracy to keep the true nature of our world a secret.
Earlier this year, NASA published a study about Arsia Mons, a long-dead shield volcano on Mars. As it turned out, that volcano seemingly died right around the same time as the dinosaurs here on Earth. As they shared in their news release, “The last volcanic activity there ceased about 50 million years ago — around …
Not to alarm anyone, but you might want to start stocking up on canned peas again. Do you remember all the weird things people were linking to the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse? Well, believe it or not, there was one major conspiracy I missed. A pretty big one, too. Luckily, there’s still time to …
You see it sometimes, in books, movies, and television shows: Storylines, or even subtle images, that in retrospect seem to hint at events that actually end up happening in the real world. A simple coincidence? In the realm of conspiracy, there is no such thing. This phenomenon is known as predictive programming.
The physicists at CERN may claim they’re simply researching the hidden secrets of our universe, but some believe their goals are far more nefarious. Here are just five of the strange allegations CERN and its Large Hadron Collider have faced over the years. What are they really up to?
December 21, 2012. Almost three years ago, doomsday preppers were hard at work getting their shelters ready and stocking up on lifetime supplies of canned peas. It could have been the greatest of all end-of-the-world prophecies – the Mayan Apocalypse.
We’re swiftly approaching the end of September, and if you’ve been paying attention to any, let’s say, alternative news sources, you probably know what that means: the end date of the latest doomsday prophecy is at hand.