Conspiracy Roundup: What do China and the Mall Have in Common?
A Mexican museum recently revealed the "Comolcalco Brick", an ancient Mayan fragment containing the only other known reference to the end of Baktun 13… a.k.a. the rumored end-of-world date of 2012. But the museum secreted the brick away in storage for years, and even the ancient Mayans kept the inscription hidden behind stucco. Why?
Are these Occupy Wall Street protesters really stockbrokers and cops?
A truly Black Friday: some malls have started using covert antennae to track shoppers from store to store using their cell phone signals.
In another case of intrusive spying, Chinese telecommunications equipment such as servers and routers might contain spyware.
The conspiracy to discredit global warming has a new trick up its sleeve: a new scientific study claims that all the dire warnings of catastrophic climate change have been greatly exaggerated despite doubling CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere.
A British church told HIV-sufferers that they were cured by prayer and that they could throw away their medications. Six of them died, and others infected partners. The church then blamed them for not praying "genuinely".
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