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Calling von Daniken a fraud might lead to legal action, if he saw it. Of
course, he is quite wrong about the Nazca lines and wot not.
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> > >Well, its the alien visitors of course. You just don't remember, as
> > >wiped your conscious memory of all those abductions :-)
> >> "Day the Earth Stood Still" and "War of the Worlds" still leave
> > the dust. There has been no shortage of alien movies. I even recall a
> > pseudo-documentary type movie called "Chariots of the Gods" which I saw
> when I was very young.
> << I believe this was by Von Däniken, but he was a fraud !!
> The ultimate may have een "Close Encounters of the Third
> > Kind", though "Indepedence Day" showed a renewed interest in this sort
> > stuff recently.
> > Conspiracy theories have proliferated into all kinds of subject areas.
> > Biological warfare and human crafted infectious agents fit into several
> > conspiracy theories. Didn't "Outbreak" exploit this avenue a little?
> > memetics need a Dustin Hoffmann type to investigate a possible memetic
> > epidemic leading to collective mindbrain meltdowns? Yeah, definitely...
> << I am of course too late with this, but if you had read my posts to
> Douglas Brooker about the problems in my homecountry, Belgium, you
> would conclure that conspiracy theories are well and well alive.
> It is just a kind of nationhood I think !!
> ( I am, because we are)
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