posted on Mar, 8 2005 @ 04:24 PM
My theory, should anyone pursue it, would be able to cure the problems of conspiracy theories. Most are fiction and bare little truth on their
subject. My approach will allow users to differentiate the topics to weed out the false theories and bring forth the most logical without ever getting
in harms way. Here is the theory that I have deemed:
Systematic Confliction Theory....
The theory is rather simplistic and anyone could have possibly thought of this, rather I have yet to see someone speak of it. Basically, the theory
involves analyzing theories, whether they are contemporary or not and comparing them with other existing theories. If one theory conflicts with the
other, then one will be false and considered inconclusive. While this may seem easy, the process becomes more complex...
As theories are analyzed and compared, one will notice that if choosing a different topic each time, they most likely will result in different
outcomes, eventually cancelling a "proven" theory. This system is made to be somewhat like a web-based system. Eventually, if the theory is correct,
by using different starting points, one or two theories will be proven to be true as cancellations have been made. The reason this has not worked
efficiently is because for one person to analyze and compare all theories would take much time. Hence, if multiple users, such as members of this
site, work cooperatively, theories can be dismissed simply based on the relevenace of another and hence, turn up, what I like to call, a "positive"
All a reader must do is start researching a theory, say for instance "Omega Agency" (a rather large and complex theory) and retain as much
information on this topic as possible. Remember, the information does not have to be proven factual, only relevent to it's own story. Then, do the
same for another topic, say "FEMA". After analyzing both, one will be able to find conflicts among the two topics and eventually prove one
If this theory does prove to work, All I wish is that I am recognized for it's development. Hopefully, someone will pursue this theory and find that
it will, at least, prove some theories wrong.
[edit on 8-3-2005 by demogorgon]