Yummy yummy yum yum conspiracy. Holy controversy, Batman this is my second favorite subject right behind flat earth theory.
We’re talking no gravity, no relativity and certainly no theory of it, and my favorite bit of information, Einstein was a moron.
This all started with a 30 second snippet of a completely unrelated video that I watched years ago. It was 30 seconds so random that I had to take notice, and so matter of factly stated that I held onto it, though I didn’t know what to do with it at the time.
Notice how the title of the video betrays how hard it is to grasp the idea of Einstein not actually being “Einstein.” I too reasoned it all out, thinking “naturally he’s a brilliant scientist, why wouldn’t the illuminati take an interest in him?” But what makes even better sense? Is the final puzzle piece. That he was among this elite group of evildoers, a propped up posse of highly regarded charlatans, especially if he was involved in such high level satanism.
Someone recently asked me– and they were very annoyed when they asked this– “what’s the point? Why would you just believe some random person telling you things?” Lolz. First of all, settle down. The truth is we all just believe some random person telling us things. The question is, how do we determine whether or not these things are actually true, aside from constant dogmatic persistence that it is?
I think this is what electrifies me about these subjects. I’m an unconventional person, constantly trying to find the conventions in life to see beyond them, and to think beyond them. Before studying conspiracy I knew there was a great hoard of conventions to get around, but I couldn’t detect them, couldn’t bust through that invisible barrier and even if I managed to, I couldn’t piece together what I was seeing. And now, I live in a constant state of amazement. It’s what I love about flat earth. The moment I realized that I didn’t have a single moment of personal observation to support what I believed about the universe, merely a collage of secondhand info, drawings, diagrams, renderings, movies, television, and unanimous perpetuation of an idea, inside I was jumping up and down and clapping as though I’d seen the greatest magic trick in the world. The amount of unconscious acceptance we all do is absolutely staggering.
The other aspect of it is the amount of industrious, tireless, expensive, boundless trickery that has to be in play to create such illusions. And to think it’s happening all around me, as we speak, is an oddly thrilling prospect. Sometimes it comes down to a handful of willing participants. You don’t need everyone in on someone taking a dive in a rigged Superbowl, just two uncouth, or perhaps underpaid, players. But science? This took some serious elbow grease. It’s one thing to find holes in a theory (“if we’re all reincarnated til we reach enlightenment then why does the population increase?”). It’s another thing to find a conflicting theory was intentionally crafted and forcibly circulated, so loud and so long that generations would pass and the damage would be done before anyone would hope to become hip to it. Now “why?” is definitely the appropriate question here.
And the appropriate answer is also a question: “why else?”