Dave is not much fun today. You must excuse him.<br />
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But conspiracy theories are fun. When I need a laugh, I go to Above Top Secret, and pretty soon, I feel so much better about myself.

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I hate silliness masquerading as profundity. I'll listen to any idea, but I apply Occam's Razor to everything.

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That's commendable :)

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Nobody has yet disproved it

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That is the problem, its like saying the great God Darth Vader who lives in fairy mountain, a sub-atomic domain in the underwear of all people everywhere is possibly just because it hasnt been disproved yet. We have common sense for a reason..

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Most mainstream sheeple don't have any proof of anything. What the 6 o clock news says is not proof. nothing is proof unless you have it in your own hands. There are things going on that would blow your mind. As for the regulating of women's periods, I have never heard that as part of a conspiracy. If that were true though...I'd ask the aliens to please regulate the PMS too LOL Obliterate it entirely.

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I do admit that there ARE conspiracies, and that there is alot going on that the governments of the world dont want us knowing, otherwise there would be no such thing as "classified" but the theories people come out with are absurd.<br /><br />Though i refuse to believe the theory about the aliens building the moon and the world trade centres and the moon landings being a hoax, and Area 51, etc, i am perfectly willing to accept that elections probably are rigged, or at least weighted, police do discriminate, governments DO torture some prisoners, diplomats DO break a hell of a lot of laws and get away with it, and there are "special handshake" societies where some people get special privilege because they know the right people. But all this megga-evil conspiracy stuff is just fairy tales.

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This is a truly entertaining string of comments. What fun!

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Lol! Clearly, the moon was an inhabited planet, moved into Earths orbit long ago. It was a bit too small to hold its atmosphere well, and its previous inhabitants moved it over here and parked in orbit about the Earth, then moved a good bit of their biomass down to the larger planet.<br />
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Or something like that.<br />
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It is easy to tell that the moon used to have water on it... it was in what we still call seas. Anyone notice there are no seas on the back of the moon? Of course not, because the tidal force of the Earth pulled them all to the Earthward side.<br />
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Also obviously, there is a large hollow cavity below the surface on the far side of the moon... This makes the near side heavier, which is why it stays facing the Earth all the time.

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Well the giant impact hypothesis suggest that a Mars-sized ob<x>ject impacted the earth at an early stage, splitting it into two uneven pieces, the smaller of which became the moon, so the moon probably used to be part of the earth.

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NASA has confirmed that the moon is hollow and not a natural ob<x>ject in space.<br />
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I am stating 2 facts.The Moon IS hollow.

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oh no a believer... :P<br /><br />Come on, the chances of aliens caring enough to make a moon, and a hollow one at that, and being advanced enough to get here, and taking the stupid amount of time it would take to get here, is just absurd..<br /><br />Maybe the moon MIGHT be hollow, but there is no way it was made by aliens, the chances are negligible, and the idea is ridiculous.

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yea the govenments like that were just civillans

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Everyone knows that the moon is just a huge ball of Velveeta that they got rid of. Apparently, they are lactose intolerant.

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Erm, people's responses are starting to make me worry that im accidentally indoctrinating people into the moon-built-by-aliens conspiracy theory...

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