The "Prototype" Conspiracy web site an experiment created for debunking Conspiracys.
No suprises its Ats.
Behind the hidden veil that shrouds what we cant see there are control mechanisms going on to influence, direct and corral the cattle. Yes thats us.
There has always been and always will be where humans who live in organised social constructions, systems of rules which apply social, civil, and
statutory forces of controlling the behaviours of groups and indivduals.
Some of the controlling mechanisms the armada has its disposal are those legal disclaimers and fine print which accompany most downloadable software,
or allow setting up an account to access a website.
Another forms of rules are imposed by the arm of moderation, with many websites which accomodate forum and blog and discussions, being policed by
You get the idea of course that there are enforceable rules and conditions we must abide by on the internet. That however is not the crux of what i
want to discuss. What i want to discuss is the experiment of Psycological warfare as applied to conspiracies.
The wiki definition of Psycological warfare at
,but i will save you the long read, and say it uses various techniques to influence a target audience value systems.
If some one was to tell me that Ats is operated as a psy ops site, then i woud expect them to also say its run as an experiment, to test peoples
reaction to conspiracies, and design and test out debunking mechanisms that demonstrate effective arguments for squashing conspiracy ideas.
I postulate the idea that Ats is the prototype original web conspiracy debunking experiment. This idea itself of course is a conspiracy theory, and
certainly not unique i have seen several threads bring this idea forward in different manners to try and pry open the shrouded veil.
This thread has its own unique angle to attempt to lift the veil by discussing what debundking techniques are being used to influence Atsers
conspiracy views, to control them into ineffectiveness and submission?
edit on 10-5-2013 by AthlonSavage because: (no reason given)