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Eight more conspiracy theories from BYU professor Steven Jones besides that the U.S. government covertly brought down the World Trade Center on 9/11:

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8. The first “moon landing” was actually filmed in a parking lot … on Mars.

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7. All of The Beatles’ music was written by a mind-control institute to eventually sell cars, sneakers and insurance.

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6. “Push to Cross Street” buttons at some intersections are wired to nothing. However nn

5. The U.S. government is staffed by robots, which are powered by millions of pedestrians pushing “Cross Street” buttons.

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4. Astrology is actually more of an exact science than astronomy.

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3. A car that runs on water has been invented. Unfortunately, it’s Fiji bottled water.

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2. A gold-fringed flag in a courtroom means you’re no longer under constitutional law, but Elvis law. Thank ya very much.

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1. Any woman who turns you down for a date is a lesbian. Total lesbian.

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