Conspiracy theories have always fascinated people. John F. They look for conspiracy theories not only in Kennedy’s assassination or the collapse of the Soviet Union, but also in small everyday things like 5G towers and Covid.
All this to find a simple explanation for everything in this complex world. Although most of the theories seem like they were written by some guys in pushrooms, some of them turned out to be true.
1. Social networks are created and used by the government
Special services and law enforcement agencies are more than happy to use information that users voluntarily post on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social networks. At the same time, there are many reports that the owners of these networks are directly cooperating with the secret services. Naturally, such statements should be taken with a grain of salt, but the G-Men can at least monitor social media themselves.
2. HAARP creates an energy weapon
The company behind the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) has been repeatedly accused of manipulating the weather and causing devastating disasters over the past 10-15 years. “Witnesses” say this is not a scientific study, but a geophysical weapon that disrupts Earth’s natural climate. Of course, the HAARP people deny everything.
3. Antivirus devs create new viruses to be profitable
This is the oldest “IT” conspiracy theory, based on a purely rational approach, because the existence of computer viruses is fundamental to the well-being of antivirus developers. However, we can safely say that the drug lords benefit from the presence of drug dealers, the IRS from tax evaders, and the police from catching the bad guys. But mostly, yes, AV people make things worse to make things better.
4. Long duration flashing lights are deliberately turned off
Another common conspiracy theory is that manufacturers deliberately limit the lifespan of their products to maintain steady demand for their products and generate interest in new models. The history of this theory goes back to the so-called “Phoebus Cartel”, which brought together the world’s largest manufacturers of electric lamps, under which a secret agreement was reached in 1924 to prevent the mass production of lamps with a long service life. over 1000 hours and measures to ensure such control.
5. There is free energy
A lot of people believe that there is a public and completely free energy in nature, the use of which is blocked by governments and energy monopolies because it would undermine their power base. Otherwise, we would have long used cold nuclear fusion as the main way to generate electricity, and our cars would have run on engines that are completely safe for nature, running on conventional air.
6. Mind control and time travel
As you may have heard, secret experiments on human mind control and space and time travel have been carried out by the governments of many powerful countries in the last century. For example, the Montauk Project in the 60s was involved in studying super-strong electromagnetic fields to develop psychological weapons and move objects through space and time. The so-called Philadelphia experiment became a famous example of transporting an object in space, during which, in 1943, the US Navy battleship Eldridge with its crew disappeared from radar and immediately moved tens of thousands of kilometers from its original point. According to some reports, the ship’s teleportation experiment was based on the notes of the recently deceased physicist Nikola Tesla, which fell into the hands of the US government.
7. Bitcoin devalued by 1%
Cryptocurrency does not have an emission center or an official regulator with the ability to forcefully influence its rate, which does not fit into the scheme of the modern world economy. That is why it is being deliberately devalued by the real owners of the International Financial System.
8. Your gadgets are watching you
All electronic and radio devices can track their owners using hidden microphones and cameras, as well as circuits to transmit an encrypted signal over the Internet or over the air. It is no secret that the cameras of your laptop or smartphone can be activated without your participation and even without appropriate notification. However, some companies no longer feel the need to hide their desire to spy on their customers. Comcast, Google TV, Microsoft and Verizon are already developing TVs and digital video recorders that allow viewers to see what they’re doing while using them. Let’s say you add other tech gadgets and look at trackers for movement, sounds, food and drink choices, nationality, mood and other information to make advertising more targeted. It’s definitely a slippery slope.