Now this is something more worthy of digging into and watching closely IMHO.
I know, some people will say 6 degrees of separation, but those folks do not understand that that idea or theory was -and only is- an old mechanical
story element used by a poet...it is not a proven law or even worth considering as valid.
In fact, research was done on this in 2003 with 100,000 registered volunteers. Only 384 of them actually "connected as the law suggests" (3%).
Further more, the "law" of 6 degrees, does not in anyway suggest a strong connection between any two. It simply suggests you have met, been
introduced, or can find "some sort of connection between" any other person through 6 people.
It doesn't say- If you are a terrorist (who was on a watch list and warned about by Russian intelligence) who also successfully pulled off an attack
on Boston, chances are your mom, or dad's, brother has married a high ranking CIA official's daughter.
Not saying this proves anything. But I am saying it is incredibly "weird" to learn this (if it turns out as valid info).
Also...those who watch the CIA closely (as close as one can anyways) with a good memory of the past, can surly raise an eyebrow without feeling like
too much of a "conspiracy nut job".
It is my belief that it is very possible that Intel Agencies create and spread funded propaganda and ridiculous theories (actors, holographic planes,
lizard people etc) and give them wide attention just so anyone who comes forward speaking "sensibly" about a possible "real conspiracy" (they do
happen) comes out looking like the crazy folks who adopt the nutty stuff.
Terrorist is known by multiple countries to be a danger to American security, was on watch lists, and his uncle married a CIA official's daughter?
Ya...worth watching this. 100%.
This is no "holographic actors from space" type of stuff.
edit on 28-4-2013 by Mr Mask because: speltingz rong
edit on 28-4-2013 by Mr Mask because: maor speltingz
edit on 28-4-2013 by Mr Mask because: I CANTZ SPELTS!