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Untangling the Web of Conspiracy Theories and Censorship

“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.” - Buddha

Okay, let’s entertain a thought for a second. Say one – just one – conspiracy theory out there is right. What does that mean for us?

Censorship: More Than Just “Shush!”

Imagine we’ve been whispered a story, only to find out it’s been edited. That’s what censorship feels like. If even one theory turns out to be spot on, doesn’t that suggest there’s stuff out there we’re not being told?

News: Friend or Foe?

Now, think about where we get most of our info – the news. If they missed out on a real conspiracy, or worse, covered it up, how do we know what else they’re missing or hiding? It’s like having that one friend who’s always “forgetting” to tell you the juiciest gossip. Can we really trust them the same way again?

graph TD
    A[How Many Conspiracy Theories are True?]
    D[Some of Them]
    E[Too Many of Them]
    F[No Censorship]
    G[Censorship Exists]
    I[We Need Blockchains]
    A -->|No Truth| B
    A -->|A Glimmer of Truth| C
    A -->|Somewhat True| D
    A -->|Undeniably True| E
    B --> F
    C --> G
    D --> G
    E --> G
    G --> I

Big Names, Bigger Games

“Blind belief in authority is the greatest enemy of truth.” - Albert Einstein

Beyond just the news, what about those big-shot organizations? If there’s any truth to these theories, it kinda feels like we’re just pieces on their chessboard. Unsettling, right?

Time for a Game-Changer: Blockchains

So, where do we go from here? Blockchains! Imagine a world where every story, every piece of information, is there for everyone to see, no meddling, no hiding. Sounds pretty neat, huh?

“The further a society drifts from truth the more it will hate those who speak it.” - George Orwell

Last updated on 25 Aug 2023
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