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Political Science Essays

Rigorous Intuition

What You Don't Know Can't Hurt Them

by (author) Jeff Wells

Trine Day
Initial publish date
Oct 2008
Essays, 21st Century
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A welcome source of analysis and commentary for those prepared to go deeper?and darker?than even most alternative media permit, this collection from one of the most popular conspiracy theory arguments on the internet will assist readers in clarifying their own arguments and recognizing disinformation. Tackling many of the most difficult Subjects that define our time?including 9/11, the JonBenet Ramsey case, and "High Weirdness"?these studies, containing the best of the Rigorous Intuition blog as well as original content, make connections that both describe the current, alarming predicament and suggest a strategy for taking back the world. Following the maxim "What you don't know can't hurt them," this assortment of essays and tools, including the updated and expanded "Coincidence Theorists' Guide to 9/11," guides the intellectually curious down further avenues of study and scrutiny and helps readers feel empowered rather than vulnerable.

About the author

Jeff Wells is national affairs editor and principal satirist for Frank magazine. He has written for a number of Canadian and American periodicals, as well as for radio and television. Anxious Gravity is his first novel.

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Editorial Reviews

"In Jeff's hands, tinfoil hats become crowns and helmets of the purest gold. I strongly suggest that you all pay attention to what he has to say."  “Arthur Gilroy, Booman Tribune

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