"Shocking video shows a victim of domestic violence through the eyes of Google Glass" http://bit.ly/1f1pnH4 This video was produced to coincide with International Women’s Day. Article gives more details: http://ind.pn/1hSvxim QUOTE: A disturbing video has demonstrated how a day in the life of a victim of domestic violence might play out, using Google Glass to show a seemingly pleasant morning quickly take a violent turn. The video, produced by London’s Banjo Eye Films, follows a woman as she wakes up and sets about her day through the eyes of her Google Glass. /QUOTE
Anonymous asked: What if i tell you that there are connecting dots in the richard quest~~CNN~~FREEMASON~~ US govt link hypothesis. Sometimes, things are hidden in plain sight. No pun intended.You just need to know where to look. Who gains? who loses? what are the implications? We are talking about a passenger airline, above busy waters flying over disputed territories amid political undercurrent shift. Think its impossible? Think covert operation, false flags. Dig up some CIA past funding allocation.MINDBLOWN.
From Scientific American’s Conspiracy Theory Detector:
Nevertheless, we cannot just dismiss all such theories out of hand, because real conspiracies do sometimes happen. Instead we should look for signs that indicate a conspiracy theory is likely to be untrue. The more that it manifests the following characteristics, the less probable that the theory is grounded in reality:
- Proof of the conspiracy supposedly emerges from a pattern of “connecting the dots” between events that need not be causally connected. When no evidence supports these connections except the allegation of the conspiracy or when the evidence fits equally well to other causal connections—or to randomness—the conspiracy theory is likely to be false.
- The agents behind the pattern of the conspiracy would need nearly superhuman power to pull it off. People are usually not nearly so powerful as we think they are.
- The conspiracy is complex, and its successful completion demands a large number of elements.
- Similarly, the conspiracy involves large numbers of people who would all need to keep silent about their secrets. The more people involved, the less realistic it becomes.
- The conspiracy encompasses a grand ambition for control over a nation, economy or political system. If it suggests world domination, the theory is even less likely to be true.
- The conspiracy theory ratchets up from small events that might be true to much larger, much less probable events.
- The conspiracy theory assigns portentous, sinister meanings to what are most likely innocuous, insignificant events.
- The theory tends to commingle facts and speculations without distinguishing between the two and without assigning degrees of probability or of factuality.
- The theorist is indiscriminately suspicious of all government agencies or private groups, which suggests an inability to nuance differences between true and false conspiracies.
- The conspiracy theorist refuses to consider alternative explanations, rejecting all disconfirming evidence and blatantly seeking only confirmatory evidence to support what he or she has a priori determined to be the truth.
Might I also add, we apologize if we are unable to entertain your conspiracy theories as then we’d be creating new MH370 myths, rather than debunking them as this site intended. I’m sure there are other places where you can discuss your theories.
Ah, the dulcet tones of the Voice Of Reason.