In this week’s episode, Adam and John talk all things crypto: the currency, the craziness, and yes, the kitties! Adam takes the Bitcoin plunge! Finally! And immediately wonders if maybe there’s a secret world of hidden finance beyond the Blockchain. John plunges into the Internet of Things, and the currency (IOTA) behind it. Here’s aContinue reading “Podcast 96: Crypto: Currency, Craziness, & Kitties!, Deep State Economy, Doomsday Chatter, More Q”
Remember the Area 51 caller on Art Bell in 1997? Whatever happened to that guy? The answer may surprise you.
Is Bitcoin a bubble, a Ponzi scheme, another example of Tulip mania? Or is it the way of the future for digital currencies, a true breakaway from the fiat system controlled by banksters?
And finally, a new counter-culture has discovered the old counter-culture was just as anti-establishment when it came to the mainstream “fake news”. Could this mean Trump is the new Dylan? As bizarro as this might seem, it’s not too far off the mark, minus the cool music of course.
Was Hugh Hefner CIA? Could Marilyn Monroe have been involved somehow? What is a “honeypot”? Why did Hefner insist on being buried next to her? Were both he and Marilyn secretly part of an intelligence-gathering/blackmail operation? Go Ask Alice, and don’t forget to #FollowtheWhiteRabbit…
Is this one of the most epic LARP’s of all time, a carefully coordinated psyop, or is Q the real thing? Could all of these be true simultaneously? Go Ask Alice…
Did Hitler survive WWII? If not, then who the hell is that in the photograph? Is it a fake? Someone else? This is all getting very weird.
Bigfoot shows up for the 50th Anniversary!
Why do people believe in flat earth theories?
Admittedly, these are just some of the theories floating around the Inter-tubes regarding the Las Vegas incident. But these are the big ones. I haven’t even begun to scratch the surface on what’s out there, and don’t even get me started on 4Chan.
The term, “conspiracy theory”, was first used in a 1909 article published by The American Historical Review, but it really wasn’t until the 1960’s that it became part of the American lexicon.
What’s with all the Trump predictive programming from the late 19th century? Believe us when we say, shit’s gettin’ really weird. We’re eventually going to do a whole podcast on this topic, so stay tuned.