Weird Al Creates A Video For the Tin Foil Hat Crowd

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  • Tue, Jul 22, 2014 - 09:16pm

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    earthwise

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 I don't know about aluminum foil's effect on brain control waves…

There are some who don't need a tin foil hat at all:

 

 

 

  • Tue, Jul 22, 2014 - 10:26pm

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    Quercus bicolor wrote:Could

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Could someone please explain where the tin foil hat thing comes from? 

[/quote]Some claim it came from a Julian Huxley story. There's a tinfoil hat soapbox I could preach from. Sirs Huxley. Hmmph.

  • Wed, Jul 23, 2014 - 11:56am

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    Thank you for sharing

A week or so ago I saw Weird Al had new videos and was intending to look them up. Never did. This is the first one I've seen. It's very funny! Thank you helping to put a smile on my face. 🙂

  • Thu, Jul 24, 2014 - 01:46am

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    Not so funny to those who have been affected

I understand the humor in this video but at the same time, it also contributes to the marginalization of individuals who question the status quo and are dismissed with the label, "conspiracy theorist".  I needn't remind you how so many conspiracy theories have turned out to be conspiracy facts (thank you, Edward Snowden and others).

For example, Bill Casey, former director of the CIA, died from a brain tumor (or more accurately, was taken out, courtesy of repeated long distance exposure from a MASER).  Intelligence history is rife with examples of similar kinds of actions.  For example, from the link below:

"The 1970s brought a darker side to the story, with the news that the Russians were microwaving the US embassy in Moscow. One third of the staff eventually died of cancer from this microwave irradiation."

Do some reading about psychotronic and "Voice of God" weaponry as well as microwave induction of severe psychoses and you'll realize this is not a joking matter.

Here's just a little hint of what goes on:

http://www.whale.to/b/rifat.html

And for all the mobile phone "addicts" out there (and especially those with children who are addicts), just be aware that you are dramatically increasing your risk of certain types of brain tumors.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19513546

So perhaps, the joke is on those who joke about tinfoil hats.  For the heavy mobile users (the younger, the more at risk), you may just want to don those tinfoil hats.  I'll take a tinfoil hat over funny looking, surgically induced holes in my head, radiation, chemo, surgery, impaired cognition, paralysis, or death any day of the week.

P.S. I'd personally prefer we stick with the subject matter that has drawn us to this site.

  • Thu, Jul 24, 2014 - 01:49pm

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    Affected but laughing

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I understand the humor in this video but at the same time, it also contributes to the marginalization of individuals who question the status quo and are dismissed with the label, "conspiracy theorist".  I needn't remind you how so many conspiracy theories have turned out to be conspiracy facts (thank you, Edward Snowden and others).

For example, Bill Casey, former director of the CIA, died from a brain tumor (or more accurately, was taken out, courtesy of repeated long distance exposure from a MASER).  Intelligence history is rife with examples of similar kinds of actions.  For example, from the link below:

"The 1970s brought a darker side to the story, with the news that the Russians were microwaving the US embassy in Moscow. One third of the staff eventually died of cancer from this microwave irradiation."

Do some reading about psychotronic and "Voice of God" weaponry as well as microwave induction of severe psychoses and you'll realize this is not a joking matter.

Here's just a little hint of what goes on:

http://www.whale.to/b/rifat.html

And for all the mobile phone "addicts" out there (and especially those with children who are addicts), just be aware that you are dramatically increasing your risk of certain types of brain tumors.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19513546

So perhaps, the joke is on those who joke about tinfoil hats.  For the heavy mobile users (the younger, the more at risk), you may just want to don those tinfoil hats.  I'll take a tinfoil hat over funny looking, surgically induced holes in my head, radiation, chemo, surgery, impaired cognition, paralysis, or death any day of the week.

P.S. I'd personally prefer we stick with the subject matter that has drawn us to this site.

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You are correct on all accounts….I am also on the minority fringe currently building a huge bunker for a prepper client. Of my 350 posts on this site 348 have been serious, so I have to admit that you caught me in a moment of levity. Just want you to know that I do regard this as serious business, but that for my own sanity I need to poke fun at myself occasionally.

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