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Old 30-10-2008, 02:13 AM   #1
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So yeah, I doubt many will watch this, as it is 2 hours long, but its the most fascinating thing I have ever seen!
http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...43037963555139

Really though, makes me scared, as most of it hangs together so well..
so anyway,
Discuss!

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Old 30-10-2008, 02:18 AM   #2
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I'm definitely going to watch this whole thing

And I will share one of my favorite movies, Zeit Geist http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...83847743189197
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Old 30-10-2008, 02:21 AM   #3
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Oh, I've heard of that. I think I'll watch it tonight..
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you guys have to much patience for your own good :p

ill try to watch both tommorow while i nurse my hangover XD no guaruntees though :p
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Old 30-10-2008, 03:02 AM   #5
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acid, I'm all about things showing just how messed up the government and the things surrounding it are. Enjoy your drunken rage tonight hopefully the hangover tomorrow isn't an all day one, I hate those.
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Old 30-10-2008, 03:08 AM   #6
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lmao

i get to get drunk and scare kids on halloween, it'll be fun guarunteed :p

and if it's about how ****ed up the gov't is ill watch it for sure
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both videos, the one he posted and the one I posted. They're conspiracy theories so keep that in mind.
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terrible logic, flat out wrong on many fronts.
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I don't know, I don't see any real flaws in logic (in the one I posted), can you explain what you mean?
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zodiac calindar is hugely flawed if you read up on it, doesnt even work.

Bad logic is stuff like, george bush's ancestor was a knight templar... like... calculate how many ancestors someone that far back in time has... it becomes arbitary.

And the whole global warming thing about the ice cores showing previous times of great heat is just one of many temperature references, and if thos where the results they are not coherant with the average. you cant look at a single piece of research and use it to fit your own conclusion. I turned off when it started going down that route.

Linking the words to paganism is just meaningless and obvious, and symbolism is a far far broader topic than that.

he seems to be looking for conspiracy and finding things that suit that concept.

Reality check.
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i wasn't going to watch that for two hours but i got interested to see this bad logic to watched for a while and i wanted to test my logic skills...

actually, i stopped watching because i dont know anything about what the dude was saying. (i have next to no knowledge about zodiacs)

i kinda drifted off after a few minutes, although the narrator had a good voice

sorry joopson >_<
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Oh, I think the first 20 minutes or so is boring as hell. Its once they get to modern day that it gets interesting.
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Did someone say Knights Templar?

Someone get Robert Langdon, quick!
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