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    Debunked: Google Mail icon shows linkage to Freemasons

    In June 2020, an acquaintance made the claim that Google's logo 'G' was a reference to Freemasons. I have been unable to find discussion linking Google's 'G' to Freemasons online, but I did find similar conspiracies about the Gmail icon. I will address both the 'G' and the 'M' conspiracy below...
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    Why 9/11 Truthers Are Wrong About The Facts | (Part 1 w/ Mick West)

    Source: https://youtu.be/uO4W7IbdwsI What are the flaws in some common truther arguments? Did the collapse of the Twin Towers truly resemble a controlled demolition? What's the process like when a person becomes and quits being a conspiracy theorist? These are some of the key questions I discuss...
  3. Oystein

    Debunked: AE911T: CNBC Anchor Ron Insana claims Building 7 a Controlled Implosion

    The claim is that CNBC Anchor Ron Insana called Building 7 a ‘Controlled Implosion’ AE911Truth call this a "Bombshell": On the 18th anniversary of 9/11, CNBC senior analyst and former anchor Ron Insana went on Bernie and Sid In the Morning on New York’s 77 WABC Radio to share his haunting...
  4. Rory

    Flat Earth debunked by measuring angles to the sun

    Flat Earth debunker Sly Sparkane recently posted a video in which 23 participants in 9 separate countries measured the sun's elevation angle at solar noon on the September equinox. Naturally, when the results are viewed and compared with the two models of the earth, it should appear obvious...
  5. Rory

    Debunked: Eric Dubay "Flat Earth Proof" #13

    SPOILER ALERT: This post is very boring, and mostly pointless: not even flat earthers use this 'proof', and Dubay seems to have gone somewhat out of fashion, but I include it here because: a) I did the research already; b) others debunking his list on their blogs hadn't quite figured this one...
  6. Spiemel

    Fontus - self-filling water bottle (indiegogo scam campaign?)

    Who else is sceptical about the self-filling water bottle that a company named Fontus has been trying to bring to market since 2014? https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/fontus-the-self-filling-water-bottles#/ arguments for it being a scam: 1) Peltier devices are not efficient and are also...
  7. Dan Page

    idea: a "Debunked" Stamp

    Had a thought that I'd run by everyone. So many times when I see a tweet about chemtrails or any of the other subjects that have been thoroughly debunked is to be able to STAMP it with a DEBUNKED stamp. Not sure exactly how this could be done, but I know it could be done some how. I...
  8. TWCobra

    Debunked: Max Bliss and the Berlin Declaration

    The claim: The Berlin Declaration was a document "to gain a public license to begin experimental deployment of Geo-Engineering techniques". Max Bliss has claimed the following: Max was part of a small group of activists that asked sufficient pertinent questions to raise enough dissent at the...
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