I entertain a nice, personal collection of perversions.
Among these, a fascination for conspiracy theories (CT's). What are they? Where do they come from? Why is it so important for some people that there must be a magical, or behind-the-scenes explanation to phenomenons that they themselves are too narrow minded to understand? I am not sure which is my favourite CT. I like the political one, with the reptilians from Niburu and the New World Order which will manifest as the Mayan calendar expires in 2012. That's just... awesome.
However, I have recently been looking into Zacharia Sitchkin and the Annunaki, as well as other "alien astronomer" CT's. During this study, I came across Puma Punku. Ancient stone structures hold a particular interest to me since I worked with stone masonry and concrete for 15 years. I have a very real and hands-on feel for the material. What that baby faced moron-in-a-suit in the video says is, simply put, bullshit. It seems blatantly obvious to me that the module stones of Puma Punky are made from a geopolymer concrete of sorts (see also this site). They are certainly not carved. Nor are they cut in any other way. No machinery that I am familiar with (which is just about all stone cutting machinery there is in the world) could manufacture those angles with such precision even today. A cast, however...
Anyway, here's a catalogue over anomalies of science: http://www.science-frontiers.com/cat-arch.htm...
Think of it as the circus sideshow.
"The idea of God is the sole wrong for which I cannot forgive mankind." (Alphonse Donatien De Sade)