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Welcome to Think AboutIt

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For over 17 years Think AboutIt has been helping people to start thinking for themselves. This site started when there was not a lot of alternative information out there, and finding it took many hours, days or months, sometimes years, to locate only the smallest little bits.  This was the time of just a few outspoken persons out there, and having this information could also mean trouble. Big Trouble! Think Aboutit was one of the first to speak about the Underground Bases, Aliens, Alternative Spirituality, UFOs and other weird things to Think About. We shared the Branton papers, works from William Cooper, Bill Hamilton, and many other Truth Walkers. We thank you and the many more who has helped change the web. Some of the info is from websites long gone. Some of it is outdated and dates prophesied have passed but the thread is still there, its all about the thread. Throughout the years, this… Read More

Exploring American Monsters: California

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  Humans have lived in California for at least 15,000 years. In 1848, The United States acquired the area that would one day become the state of California for $15,000,000 after signing the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which ended the Mexican-American War. California, famous for Hollywood, the Golden Gate Bridge, and earthquakes, is the most populated state in the union, and the third largest after Alaska and Texas. Outside the large cities (16.37 million people in the greater Los Angeles area) lie great expanses of desert, mountains (including Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park where Capt. James Kirk battled the Gorn in Star Trek), and forests. Despite the number of people, there’s plenty of room in California for monsters. As with the other pieces of this series, I’m leaving out the most famous monsters (in this case a naughty girl named Patty from Bluff Creek, California), and am instead focusing on the… Read More

The Mysterious Vanishing Battalion of WWI

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  War brings with it many things. Death, destruction, chaos, loss; these are all innate features of battle. War also has the tendency to draw about itself rich folklore, mysteries, and amazing stories from the battlefield. One of the most well-known and certainly more bizarre tales of wartime mystery comes from the bloody battlefields of WWI, when an entire battalion of men is said to have marched bravely into battle to fight their enemy, only to inexplicably disappear without a trace off the face of the earth. The setting for the incident was the battlegrounds of World War I, in particular the Gallipoli campaign, which took place on the Gallipoli Peninsula of the Ottoman Empire from 25 April 1915 and 9 January 1916. The objective of the campaign was for the Allied powers of Britain and France to launch an ultimately unsuccessful naval and amphibious assault against the Turks to secure… Read More

The Eerie Enigma of Cicada 3301

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We live in the age of the Internet. Virtually every aspect of our lives is tied in some shape or form to cyberspace, and the net has become a sprawling, lawless cyber jungle. And just like a jungle, there are things that move in the shadows and stalk about the wilderness here in the ether. In some cases it’s hard to know if what is prowling out there in the dark is harmless, a predator, a mere illusion caused by the play of light on the leaves, or something else. It is from this cyber wilderness that creeps one of the weirdest unsolved technological mysteries of the modern age; a puzzle put forth from some mysterious cabal whose agenda and identity remain unknown to this day, and which has spiraled into perhaps the most legendary and baffling conundrums of the Internet. On January 5, 2012, a cryptic message in simple white… Read More

Lockheed Martin’s new fusion reactor might change humanity forever

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SOURCE: Upriser This is an invention that might change civilization as we know it: A compact fusion reactor developed by Skunk Works, the stealth experimental technology division of Lockheed Martin. It’s the size of a jet engine and it can power airplanes, spaceships, and cities. Skunk Works claims it will be operative in 10 years. Aviation Week had exclusive access to their secret laboratories and talked to Dr. Thomas McGuire, the leader of Skunk Work’s Revolutionary Technology division. And revolutionary it is, indeed: Instead of using the same design that everyone else is using—the Soviet-derived tokamak, a torus in which magnetic fields confine the fusion reaction with a huge energy cost and thus little energy production capabilities—Skunk Works’ Compact Fusion Reactor has a radically different approach to anything people have tried before. The key to the Skunk Works system is their tube-like design, which allows them to bypass one of the… Read More

A Fully Transparent Solar Cell: This Could Make All Windows & Screens A Power Source

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Another incredible technology has been invented by researchers at Michigan State University: a fully transparent solar concentrator which has the capability of turning any window or sheet of glass into a photovoltaic solar cell. Just think about the possibilities! You could keep your phone charged whenever you are outdoors or in the sun, power gadgets inside your home, and power functions on your car such as air conditioning. According to lead researcher Richard Lunt, the team is confident that these transparent solar connectors can be efficiently used in numerous settings from “tall buildings with lots of windows or any kind of mobile device that demands high aesthetic quality like a phone or e-reader.” Doesn’t This Already Exist? Some of the other solar cell technologies that have come out claiming to be transparent, simply put, aren’t. Many have been trying to create such a thing, but it is a tough technology to develop because when you… Read More

Evidence Suggests That Charles Darwin’s Theory Of Human Evolution Is Wrong

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*We are aware that this is a controversial topic, with lots of information to look at. This is a tidbit, and we just wanted to express our belief that there are still many undiscovered truths to be uncovered when it comes to the *theory* of evolution. We are not suggesting that evolution did not or has not occurred in nature, because we have enough evidence to conclude that it did.  Darwin’s work was definitely well thought out, well documented, and scientifically sound, but the evolutionary process that he documented in nature may not apply to us. There is a growing body of evidence proving that Darwin’s theory does not account for the facts of human origin as they’re known today. There has been a widespread acceptance of the theory of evolution, yet no mention of the evidence which counters its claim. Instead, we’ve watched a lengthy search for physical evidence to prove it, while failing… Read More

The Bible is a Plagiarised Work of Fiction – Jesus Didn’t Exist!

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It is estimated that 84% of the world’s population are adherents to some form of organised religion. In certain countries of the world it is a crime, punishable by death, to renounce that societies officially recognised religion. In Western cultures Christianity, of one kind or another, is the popular choice for those who have a need to worship a deity. Based upon a book supposedly written by approximately 40 contributors about 2,000 years ago, Christianity is a religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, the books main character. Christianity’s devotees, usually indoctrinated into its teachings from birth, accept it unquestionably, and bestow upon these teachings complete control over their lives. All that is required is blind faith. However, what you are about to read in this article, reveals historical facts and incontrovertible data that will completely annihilate the myth of Christianity and the majority of religions. Those readers… Read More

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