Top 10 Wackiest Conspiracy Theories

I’m sorry, but I just have to share this amazing list with you: Top 10 Wackiest Conspiracy Theories. I mean, a list with the items mentioned below is just to good to miss!

  • Dinosauroid-like Alien Reptiles are dominating the World
  • Apollo 11 Moon Landings were faked by NASA
  • September 11 was orchestrated by the U. S. government
  • Barcodes are really intended to Control people
  • Charlemagne never existed, is a fictional character
  • The Truth is out there, on Area 51
  • Microsoft sends messages on Wingdings Font
  • U.S. military caused the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
  • The Nazis had a Moon Base
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken makes black men impotent

Happy conspiring!

(Through CNET)

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  • Tommy Olsson says:

    Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean They are not out to get you… πŸ™‚

  • The truth is out there, but not on Area 51, but on my blog! πŸ˜‰

  • Jens Meiert says:

    Webstandards unconverted eat their children.

  • Yeah.. Nazis had a Moon Base πŸ™‚

    but I'm not sure what 3rd point does there.. well it's well colorized to fit there but I'd be better last to laugh at that one: 911research

  • Rob says:

    I for one welcome our new Dinosauroid overlords.

  • I know I might sight paranoid to you and all the folks out there reading this comment, but ever since I've read a book called "Operationt 9/11" by Gerhard Wisnewski (unfortunately, it's German) I do believe that the U.S. are behind what happened at 9/11. It's just too many things that do not fit, too many coincidences that happened at one single day.

    And because of that, I would be glad if Dinosauroid-like Alien Reptiles would be dominating the World, and not a chimpanzee-like "Daddy-made-me-president" politics marionette in the White House. πŸ˜€

  • I bet the Moai on this page are some form of conspiracy. πŸ˜‰

  • jordan says:

    #2 & #3 have surprisingly large fanbases to them, though.

  • Haha, great round-up – thx πŸ˜€

  • Robert Nyman says:


    Oh, so true! πŸ™‚


    Yeah, sure, as long as you write more frequenlty than once a month… πŸ˜‰


    Yes, that was number eleven that just missed the list… πŸ™‚


    Yhanks for that link!


    Ha ha ha! πŸ˜€


    Dude, I'm just happy that you feel comfortable enough to share that here. There are many shady things surround September 11th, let's at least agree on that.

    Robert W,

    Maybe… πŸ˜€




    It's my pleasure!

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Robert W,

    I forgot: huge points in my book for knowing it's called a Moai!! πŸ™‚

  • Marco says:

    I wouldn't be surprised if the 9/11 one were true. I'm really not sure myself. There's a lot of stuff out there that's just too weird. One thing is sure: the events were quite 'beneficial' to the neo conservatists, to say the least.

    On that nazi thing: I didn't know the moon base theory but try to search Google on nazi, ufo and antarctica. You'll find TONS and TONS of stuff on how the nazi's are supposed to have had UFO technology and how they fled to Antarctica where they might still be in fact.

    It's crap of course but kinda cool. There's a lot of wicked illustrations too. Here's an example:

  • Marco says:

    Too bad, the image didn't want to be hotlinked. Here's a direct URL:

    cool nazi ufo image

  • Robert Nyman says:


    Yes, as I mentioned above, it seems like September 11th is surrounded by a lot of questionable things…

    Thanks for sharing the Nazi thing (and no, hotlinked images aren't allowed :-)).

  • Hakan Bilgin says:

    Well, a couple of years ago another entry would made you list:

    Track a specific printout to the specific printer.

    Now that the truth we know the truth, it doesn't seem that wackie. πŸ˜‰

  • Robert Nyman says:


    Oh, so true. πŸ™‚

  • Lee says:

    A long time ago it was blasphemous to believe the world was not flat. Despite incontrovertible scientific proof of a spherical planet, the commoners were loathe to accept the truth. Due to ignorance and the church's influence over one's beliefs, this fallacy of a flat planet was perpetuated for centuries…..

    Yes some of these theories are wacky- many are simply wrong-footed explanations for events outside the scope of one's belief system- however, some of these theories are based in scientic hypothesis and logic.

    The events of 9/11 for example simply cannot be explained by the official story. The 9/11 commision report does not offer a valid scientific explanation or a mechanical model for the implosion of the WTC at near free-fall speed. Their report is full of blatant lies regarding the properties of steel and jet fuel. It OMITS the existence of the central support collumns in the WTC which were designed to carry the load of the building and survive the impact of a fully loaded 707.

    There is no other way around this issue. The final report is deliberately misleading and false. In the case of buiding 7 – a 47 story building across the street that was not hit by airplanes or debris – they don't even mention the fact that it collapsed on 9/11 at near free fall rate. Building 7 is barely mentioned in the report and there remains NO official explanation for the collapse of this building.

    Remember the millions of dollors worth of put options placed on United and American before 9/11? The CIA monitors trader activity like this in order to predict terroist attacks. In this case the commission failed to follow up on any leads. We know that a large number of these transactions came back to the investment bank A.B. Brown but the commision just left us with something to the effect that "this individual had no conceivable connection to Al Qaeda" and later "ultimately the money trail behind 9/11 is unimportant"

    So the people who financed 9/11 are unimportant to the investigation? Interesting because one of the men who chaired the 9/11 commision had a 9/11 breakfast meeting with the man the ISA claims wired mohammed atta $100,000 US.

    I swear if people could read and divert their attention from "reality tv" for a few moments they'd understand what kind of world we are living in. Then again I understand why people might not want to do that.

  • Robert Nyman says:


    Thank you for a very long and thoughtworthy comment!

  • foul ol rich says:

    just thought i'd give you 2 more which i found funny because of their stupidy (and yes people believe these)

    1.Hitler, the nazis, and a group of hitler clones (yes clones) are living in the north pole where they have a highly advanced tecnological base and flying saucers (yes flying saucers)

    2. the royal family are lizard people (this one is believed by a lot of people that is, idiots who will only believe something if theres absolutely no evidence to support it.)

    i used to know more but i cant remember them now

    oh wait… one more

    3. princess diana was killed by florists in an attempt to boost flower sales.

    bye bye

  • mouse1_5 says:

    im a big believer in conicedence and spirit and i believe we are aliens but we are not told and only monkeys and me no it im finally coming out and telling all of you we are being brainwashed to believe we are this weird species of big headed human no turn away from tv sets there just turning you mad YOU ARE A ALIEN and you should join with me my brothers and sisters in taking over the world

  • fotosyn says:

    The rich and the poor, the rational and the irrational, the pleasant and the obnoxious,

    the religious and the non-believer, the well educated and the educationally challenged,

    the men and the women, the old and the young,

    . . .people that believe in the ‘wacky conspiracy theories’ . . .

    The one thing they have in common is that they could have strong opinion on the subject matter.

    But as much as they are just exercising their right to air an opinion, I bet that the intensity of their opinion is based largely on the strength of their ‘gut-feeling’, and not on the strength of the factual evidence (which they might not have taken the bother to gather).

    On the other hand, even if they did bother to gather factual evidence, their competence may be questionable as to the capacity to digest and process data to a reasonable and logically coherent conclusion.

    Oh well, they do come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. And because they are within their rights, these all make for a wide variety of ideas that float around. Only in a democracy can a wide spectrum of thoughts abound, from the bizarre to the believable to the brilliant.

  • minniecat says:

    How was "Nazis in Space" never made into a movie in the 1950s?

  • Andrew says:

    Since you acknowledge that there are strange events surrounding 9/11, why is it on this list? Besides, there are way more wacky conspiracy theories, ie. Denver Airport, FEMA concentration camps. Reading the list, it seems like you view any opposing side to the stated truth of event with a closed mind. You label 9/11 as a conspiracy, yet salute Lee on his post, and do nothing to counter it.

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