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The Democratic Party created the KKK. The Democratic Party opposed freeing the slaves’. The Democratic Party didn’t change their views’ until the civil rights’ movement. Malcolm X explained excellently what dixi-crats’ pretending to be a democrats’ were. Southern Democrats were the ones’ who created Jim Crow. It got all confusing though, when a racist democrat named Barry Goldwater, became a republican after the fact. He still didn’t get the presidency after changing parties’ though, and his followers’ were actually a small percentage of the republican party.
Hillary won the popular vote by only a 1.5 percent margin and you feel robbed. Shit. Lets talk about both candidates refusing to allow Johnson or Stein into the debates. Now that is a corrupt system.
The Democratic Party created the KKK. The Democratic Party opposed freeing the slaves’. The Democratic Party didn’t change their views’ until the civil rights’ movement. Malcolm X explained excellently what dixi-crats’ pretending to be a democrats’ were. Southern Democrats were the ones’ who created Jim Crow. It got all confusing though, when a racist democrat named Barry Goldwater, became a republican after the fact. He still didn’t get the presidency after changing parties’ though, and his followers’ were actually a small percentage of the republican party.
Hillary won the popular vote by only a 1.5 percent margin and you feel robbed. Shit. Lets talk about both candidates refusing to allow Johnson or Stein into the debates. Now that is a corrupt system.

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“The Conjuring According To Andrea Perron”
In June of twenty-twelve Andrea did an interview with Paranormal Zone T.V.. This was her first interview and it consisted of two hours’ of her releasing everything that concerned what really happened to her as a child. 
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“The Conjuring According To Andrea Perron”
In June of twenty-twelve Andrea did an interview with Paranormal Zone T.V.. This was her first interview and it consisted of two hours’ of her releasing everything that concerned what really happened to her as a child. 

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“The Elephant In The Room That Paranormal Researchers’ Don’t Talk About”
I have been debating on what to write about, with concerns to paranormal research. I finally decided to go with the first story that I looked into when I started. That of course was the Amityville Horror story, and the people who publicized the whole thing, Ed and Lorraine Warren.
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“The Elephant In The Room That Paranormal Researchers’ Don’t Talk About”
I have been debating on what to write about, with concerns to paranormal research. I finally decided to go with the first story that I looked into when I started. That of course was the Amityville Horror story, and the people who publicized the whole thing, Ed and Lorraine Warren.

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The World's Greatest Mysteries', (Memes'):

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Growing up Robert Hooke came from a family that was mostly church leaders’, and he was not rich by any means. Everything that Hooke had in life he earned, except for an inheritance that he received when his father died. Hooke applied that inheritance towards furthering his education, buying an apprenticeship as a Watchmaker and Limner. After gaining An apprenticeship, Hooke was able to enter “Westminster School” where he learned Latin, Greek, Euclid’s Elements’, and Mechanics’. Robert Hooke was awarded Master Of Arts’, in sixteen sixty-two or sixteen sixty-three. Declared Gresham Professor Of Geometry, in sixteen sixty-four. Released his Microscopy Observations’ in sixteen sixty-five, and awarded his Doctorate Of Physics’ in sixteen ninety-one.
Robert Hooke as a scientist and scholar of his time must not be overlooked, though he wasn’t a very popular person. Disliked over disputes’ over authorship and claims’ of discovery, between him and other scholars’. Disputes’ with Isaac Newton, concerning his Theory of Gravitation. An argument also arose with Oldenburg over Watch Escapement, and then with Christiaan Huygens too, over the Balance Spring commonly known as the Hair Spring. When the Royal Society was formed Hooke was appointed Curator of Experiments’, the first to be appointed the position actually.
Because of Hooke’s position correspondences’ to and from other scientists’ concerning research, also became an issue. Claims’ were made, that he took credit for research that wasn’t his. It is hard though, to say if Hooke did steal from other scientists’. Research was sent to the Royal Society from allot of different people, it was Hooke’s job to experiment and display the findings’ of that research. The fact that Hooke was educated and new how to use ciphers’, made it appear even more suspicious. He was described as despicable, jealous, and envious by his fellow scholars’, claiming that Hooke would take credit for every discovery of the time.
Growing up Robert Hooke came from a family that was mostly church leaders’, and he was not rich by any means. Everything that Hooke had in life he earned, except for an inheritance that he received when his father died. Hooke applied that inheritance towards furthering his education, buying an apprenticeship as a Watchmaker and Limner. After gaining An apprenticeship, Hooke was able to enter “Westminster School” where he learned Latin, Greek, Euclid’s Elements’, and Mechanics’. Robert Hooke was awarded Master Of Arts’, in sixteen sixty-two or sixteen sixty-three. Declared Gresham Professor Of Geometry, in sixteen sixty-four. Released his Microscopy Observations’ in sixteen sixty-five, and awarded his Doctorate Of Physics’ in sixteen ninety-one.
Robert Hooke as a scientist and scholar of his time must not be overlooked, though he wasn’t a very popular person. Disliked over disputes’ over authorship and claims’ of discovery, between him and other scholars’. Disputes’ with Isaac Newton, concerning his Theory of Gravitation. An argument also arose with Oldenburg over Watch Escapement, and then with Christiaan Huygens too, over the Balance Spring commonly known as the Hair Spring. When the Royal Society was formed Hooke was appointed Curator of Experiments’, the first to be appointed the position actually.
Because of Hooke’s position correspondences’ to and from other scientists’ concerning research, also became an issue. Claims’ were made, that he took credit for research that wasn’t his. It is hard though, to say if Hooke did steal from other scientists’. Research was sent to the Royal Society from allot of different people, it was Hooke’s job to experiment and display the findings’ of that research. The fact that Hooke was educated and new how to use ciphers’, made it appear even more suspicious. He was described as despicable, jealous, and envious by his fellow scholars’, claiming that Hooke would take credit for every discovery of the time.

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In New York, diplomats’, representatives’ and high ranking officials, met in September between the twenty-fifth and the twenty-seventh of two thousand-fifteen. The topic of discussion was climate change, once named global warming and changed this issue has by far became the most concerning topic of our time. To understand the discussion though, first, we must look at the history of global warming. We must also look at science and honestly appraise for ourselves’ if real scientific study has gone into researching the subject at hand. There are a few things’ which seem to have been left out in it’s history, things’ which are important for the individual to know.
“Agenda Twenty-One / Agenda Twenty-Thirty”
  “Agenda Twenty-One / Agenda Twenty-Thirty” In New York, diplomats’, representatives’ and high ranking officials, met in September between the twenty-fifth and the twenty-seventh of two thousand-fifteen. The topic of discussion was climate change, once nam...

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“Normal Trumps Truth And Lies Persist”
In reality each of us secretly judge one another as a rule of behavior, in order to determine for ourselves’ what is acceptable and unacceptable. By doing this each one of us determine for ourselves’, what is normal and what isn’t normal. What we feel as normal, usually, outweighs our own values’, because normal is much more specific. We expect people to kill in war, yet, we don’t necessarily feel the same when it comes to corporal punishment, euthanasia and self defense.
“Normal Trumps Truth And Lies Persist”
In reality each of us secretly judge one another as a rule of behavior, in order to determine for ourselves’ what is acceptable and unacceptable. By doing this each one of us determine for ourselves’, what is normal and what isn’t normal. What we feel as normal, usually, outweighs our own values’, because normal is much more specific. We expect people to kill in war, yet, we don’t necessarily feel the same when it comes to corporal punishment, euthanasia and self defense.

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The treasure is in the search, what we find out along the way. The people who search for truth and what they found, some who ended up penniless and broke on their deathbeds’. In search of the truth that just wasn’t there, but, they did it though, which is more than what most would say. These people had a theory, and researched their ideas’ to the bitter end. Mysteries’ that lay in hiding, are all that we have now for adventure. Manuscripts’ hundreds’ and thousands’ of years’ old, yet to be translated. Conspiracies’ theories’, spies, ciphers’ and espionage, going all the way back to the dark ages’. Francis Bacon was considered the James Bond of his time.
The treasure is in the search, what we find out along the way. The people who search for truth and what they found, some who ended up penniless and broke on their deathbeds’. In search of the truth that just wasn’t there, but, they did it though, which is more than what most would say. These people had a theory, and researched their ideas’ to the bitter end. Mysteries’ that lay in hiding, are all that we have now for adventure. Manuscripts’ hundreds’ and thousands’ of years’ old, yet to be translated. Conspiracies’ theories’, spies, ciphers’ and espionage, going all the way back to the dark ages’. Francis Bacon was considered the James Bond of his time.

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"History, Religion, Belief, Why Do We Worship?"
The truth is something that conflicts’ with both our values’ and belief systems’. No matter what our beliefs’ are we often disagree with what is the truth and what are lies’. We mistake our values’ for things’ that we merely only prefer. We tangle all of this up in religious belief, either as atheists’ or religious believers’.
"History, Religion, Belief, Why Do We Worship?"
The truth is something that conflicts’ with both our values’ and belief systems’. No matter what our beliefs’ are we often disagree with what is the truth and what are lies’. We mistake our values’ for things’ that we merely only prefer. We tangle all of this up in religious belief, either as atheists’ or religious believers’.
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