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In Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, One Liberty Plaza was depicted as Wayne Tower (home of Wayne Enterprises) in an aerial shot of Gotham City.
Originally posted by FraternitasSaturni
and you'll also come to the conclusion that its all also connected to kevin bacon...
Originally posted by Phoenix267
reply to post by nobeattles
Then I guess I'm an ignorant sheep. I'm skeptical if that is the origin of the term as you described in your reply to me.
The Oxford English Dictionary records the first use of the phrase "conspiracy theory" to a 1909 article in The American Historical Review. Other sources predate this use by nearly four decades to at least 1871, where it is used in The Journal of Mental Science reporting on a conference of the Fifth Quarterly Meeting of the Medico-Psychological Association (now the Royal College of Psychiatrists), held on Thursday, January 27, 1870: "The theory of Dr. Sankey as to the manner in which these injuries to the chest occurred in asylums deserved our careful attention. It was at least more plausible that the conspiracy theory of Mr. Charles Beade,..."
Originally posted by nobeattles
reply to post by Phoenix267
Karl Popper coined the term "conspiracy theorist". He is George Soros' mentor. He came up with the term specifically as a means to denegrate. those who question an official story. Ignorant sheeple continue to use the term to this day unaware of where it came from. tk tsk