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Conspiracy degree.

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posted on Oct, 5 2005 @ 10:09 AM
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It would appear that there is now a degree course in the UK which might suit quite a few people here


www.sky.com...

Now that would be a damn sight more interesting that half the rubbish they teach nowadays!

Sorry if this is a repost, had'nt seen it anywhere else.

CX.

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posted on Oct, 5 2005 @ 01:53 PM
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Now all ATS needs to do is make a company that will 'certify' ATS for education, and we can all become Doctors of the Philosophy of Conspiracy, with BS's in Tin-Foil Hat Making and Reptiloid Physiology!



Apocalyptic and Paranoid Cultures.

Now theres a neato major!


Other module themes include 'Princess Diana - Queen of Heaven or Mother of the AntiChrist?' and 'The Freemasons - More than just a rolled up trouser leg'.

What the heck, have these people been wiretapping our site?!
I'd think that they can at least make Simon Gray an honourary Master of the Science of Conspiracy, or something.



posted on Oct, 25 2005 @ 09:00 AM
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Here's some more info:


Why, it is alleged, were the mountains of twisted steel, shattered concrete and other debris removed from the site of the World Trade Center without investigation following the 9/11 terror attacks?

That is just one of the questions on the lips of thousands of conspiracy theorists across the globe trying to understand the full horror of the atrocity.

Now Sociology students at the University of Derby will explore this and many other conspiracy theories to try and understand their appeal and their implications for our belief systems.


The study of conspiracy theory in culture and society seems to be associated with the fields of Sociology and Psychology, and I've seen "Applied Psychology" associated with it too. So anyone in college right now might want to fill some requirements by taking introductory courses in those sorts of things. Heck, if ya gotta fill a requirement, might as well make it interesting.

Plus think how fun it would be to write a term paper on "The Illuminati in popular culture' as opposed to something boring.

[edit on 25-10-2005 by Nygdan]

[edit on 25-10-2005 by Nygdan]



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