A Conspiracy Week of Tweets 2010-09-12

  • Rewatching both B5 and SG: Atlantis. Whilst I enjoy Atlantis, it just doesn't compare. The show never goes anywhere, plot or character-wise. #
  • My vision with the new glasses is just like I've turned on high resolution textures in the first person shooter that is my life. #
  • Today I test the social media system that will be the new PHIL105. #
  • Backing up all my documents to the cloud. #
  • First day with glasses: eyes not as tired as they usually are. Hardly anyone noticed them, or, if they did, thought I already wore glasses. #
  • Second successful bread-making experience in a row. Huzzah. #
  • Used my "celebrity" to great advantage tonight. Will not be told otherwise. #
  • The first day of glasses was "Wow." The second day of glasses was "Hmm…" Today: "These things are heavy." #
  • The Aotearoa conspiracy theories map – updated: http://bit.ly/bPlKHP #
  • Hello world #ogb #
  • Seated and ready for the collaboration. Where my communist homies at? #ogb #
  • Some people are just too distracted by the egg. #ogb #
  • Schrodinger. The cat with the golden paws. #ogb #
  • I'll show you a huge fan. #ogb #
  • Stephen Colbert makes a literary appearance. Well done, that man. #ogb #
  • Plato's Cave. The three philosophers release the cheering. #ogb #
  • Tweeting like a boy with a new toy tonight. Will I regret it in the morning? #ogb #
  • Sushi swallowing contest: 17 seconds. #ogb #
  • Home from the social event of the season. Fun had by some (and if you know your existential qualifiers, "some" can entail "all"). #ogb #
  • #WIKIFACT If you put infinite monkeys in a room with infinite typewriters, you may experience difficulties selling your house. (via @WFv2) #
  • Finally getting used to staring at one thing for a long time in these here glasses. Now to get back to work. #
  • Is "Rubicon" going to turn out to be "Alias?" The secret agency who really works for someone else. #
  • Imperator Fish: A Map Of The Right In New Zealand http://goo.gl/b/FOh6 (via @ImperatorFish) #

About Matthew Dentith

Author of "The Philosophy of Conspiracy Theories" (Palgrave Macmillan), Matthew Dentith wrote his PhD on epistemic issues surrounding belief in conspiracy theories. He is a frequent media commentator on the weird and the wonderful, both locally and internationally. On occasion he can be caught dreaming about wax lions but, mostly, it is rumoured he works for elements of the New World Order.