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"QAnon and the Emergence of the Unreal" ( Harvard / MIT ) The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' despe
Like the cognitive process of apophenia, the social mechanisms of conspiratorial thinking are rooted in reality. It's the pattern that's non-existent. But the pattern gets written into collective consciousness through repetition. The more that it is repeated, the more people feel the need to self-investigate. And once you are looking for patterns, it's not hard for the collective hive mind to think that they exist. While schizophrenia may be an individual cognitive disorder, networks of people can also produce collective delusions with devastating effects.

The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' desperate desire to find meaning and power in society. While teenagers are embracing Escape Rooms to feel the rush of piecing together clues, a subset of adults are scouring social media to build a coherent framework around contemporary politics that connects the dots in a fashion that is legible to them. From the outside, it looks completely unreal, but on the inside, it feels quite real. This is not because any single piece of information is real, but because the process of doubt and discovery is invigorating. It feels like gambling based on lucky numbers or going all-in on a grand theory of life, the universe, and everything.

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sounds to me like the tendrils have become self aware


they know we know


and all the scientific analyses of 'understanding why or how ' people think the way they do , now


are pointless

snot going to change how people are thinking

snot one bit -and in fact it will probably only make them distrust 'scientists ' all the more

lol!



I agree that it's irrelevant whether q is real or not though


it's the perception of 'reality ' which was always the 'money shot'

but that law works both ways

doesn't it :)
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To me its amazing no one really seems to know the facts of Q. "Cognitive disorder" yadda yadda. And yet, there are so many instances where Q told you what was coming and that you cannot stop it.
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To me its amazing no one really seems to know the facts of Q. "Cognitive disorder" yadda yadda. And yet, there are so many instances where Q told you what was coming and that you cannot stop it.
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Can they point me three instances where Q was right?
Beyond a shadow of a doubt?
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Substitute criticisms of Q with "Orange man bad" theory and its the same.

Confirmation bias is a hell of a drug.


In the end one of the 2 is more true than the other.


Guess we will see.
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Substitute criticisms of Q with "Orange man bad" theory and its the same.

Confirmation bias is a hell of a drug.


In the end one of the 2 is more true than the other.


Guess we will see.
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I am 100% behind Trump. I just don't want to be associated with failures and loons that see things that are not there.

It's been three years and nothing Q said came to fruition.
WHAT IF Trump doesn't get a second term?

You will ALL GIVE UP ON IT BECAUSE Q FAILED YOU and you failed yourselves for buying snake oil.
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Like the cognitive process of apophenia, the social mechanisms of conspiratorial thinking are rooted in reality. It's the pattern that's non-existent. But the pattern gets written into collective consciousness through repetition. The more that it is repeated, the more people feel the need to self-investigate. And once you are looking for patterns, it's not hard for the collective hive mind to think that they exist. While schizophrenia may be an individual cognitive disorder, networks of people can also produce collective delusions with devastating effects.

The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' desperate desire to find meaning and power in society. While teenagers are embracing Escape Rooms to feel the rush of piecing together clues, a subset of adults are scouring social media to build a coherent framework around contemporary politics that connects the dots in a fashion that is legible to them. From the outside, it looks completely unreal, but on the inside, it feels quite real. This is not because any single piece of information is real, but because the process of doubt and discovery is invigorating. It feels like gambling based on lucky numbers or going all-in on a grand theory of life, the universe, and everything.

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Like the cognitive process of apophenia, the social mechanisms of conspiratorial thinking are rooted in reality. It's the pattern that's non-existent. But the pattern gets written into collective consciousness through repetition. The more that it is repeated, the more people feel the need to self-investigate. And once you are looking for patterns, it's not hard for the collective hive mind to think that they exist. While schizophrenia may be an individual cognitive disorder, networks of people can also produce collective delusions with devastating effects.

The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' desperate desire to find meaning and power in society. While teenagers are embracing Escape Rooms to feel the rush of piecing together clues, a subset of adults are scouring social media to build a coherent framework around contemporary politics that connects the dots in a fashion that is legible to them. From the outside, it looks completely unreal, but on the inside, it feels quite real. This is not because any single piece of information is real, but because the process of doubt and discovery is invigorating. It feels like gambling based on lucky numbers or going all-in on a grand theory of life, the universe, and everything.

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I smell desperation.
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Point me to three instances where Q was 100% correct. Beyond a shadow of a doubt?

I smell members circle jerking TBH.
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Like the cognitive process of apophenia, the social mechanisms of conspiratorial thinking are rooted in reality. It's the pattern that's non-existent. But the pattern gets written into collective consciousness through repetition. The more that it is repeated, the more people feel the need to self-investigate. And once you are looking for patterns, it's not hard for the collective hive mind to think that they exist. While schizophrenia may be an individual cognitive disorder, networks of people can also produce collective delusions with devastating effects.

The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' desperate desire to find meaning and power in society. While teenagers are embracing Escape Rooms to feel the rush of piecing together clues, a subset of adults are scouring social media to build a coherent framework around contemporary politics that connects the dots in a fashion that is legible to them. From the outside, it looks completely unreal, but on the inside, it feels quite real. This is not because any single piece of information is real, but because the process of doubt and discovery is invigorating. It feels like gambling based on lucky numbers or going all-in on a grand theory of life, the universe, and everything.

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Like the cognitive process of apophenia, the social mechanisms of conspiratorial thinking are rooted in reality. It's the pattern that's non-existent. But the pattern gets written into collective consciousness through repetition. The more that it is repeated, the more people feel the need to self-investigate. And once you are looking for patterns, it's not hard for the collective hive mind to think that they exist. While schizophrenia may be an individual cognitive disorder, networks of people can also produce collective delusions with devastating effects.

The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' desperate desire to find meaning and power in society. While teenagers are embracing Escape Rooms to feel the rush of piecing together clues, a subset of adults are scouring social media to build a coherent framework around contemporary politics that connects the dots in a fashion that is legible to them. From the outside, it looks completely unreal, but on the inside, it feels quite real. This is not because any single piece of information is real, but because the process of doubt and discovery is invigorating. It feels like gambling based on lucky numbers or going all-in on a grand theory of life, the universe, and everything.

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"knowledge makes a man unfit to be a slave."---Fredrick Douglas
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Who are you directing that at?

If me, please, be my guest and post up three instances where Q was unequivocally correct.

No room for interpretations. Cut and dry.
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What brand of decoder ring are you guys using?

Is my Little Orphan Annie decoder ring obsolete or too far advanced? It seems to be giving gibberish results.
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Like the cognitive process of apophenia, the social mechanisms of conspiratorial thinking are rooted in reality. It's the pattern that's non-existent. But the pattern gets written into collective consciousness through repetition. The more that it is repeated, the more people feel the need to self-investigate. And once you are looking for patterns, it's not hard for the collective hive mind to think that they exist. While schizophrenia may be an individual cognitive disorder, networks of people can also produce collective delusions with devastating effects.

The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' desperate desire to find meaning and power in society. While teenagers are embracing Escape Rooms to feel the rush of piecing together clues, a subset of adults are scouring social media to build a coherent framework around contemporary politics that connects the dots in a fashion that is legible to them. From the outside, it looks completely unreal, but on the inside, it feels quite real. This is not because any single piece of information is real, but because the process of doubt and discovery is invigorating. It feels like gambling based on lucky numbers or going all-in on a grand theory of life, the universe, and everything.

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I smell desperation.
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Point me to three instances where Q was 100% correct. Beyond a shadow of a doubt?

I smell members circle jerking TBH.
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To me its amazing no one really seems to know the facts of Q. "Cognitive disorder" yadda yadda. And yet, there are so many instances where Q told you what was coming and that you cannot stop it.
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Can they point me three instances where Q was right?
Beyond a shadow of a doubt?
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To me its amazing no one really seems to know the facts of Q. "Cognitive disorder" yadda yadda. And yet, there are so many instances where Q told you what was coming and that you cannot stop it.
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Can they point me three instances where Q was right?
Beyond a shadow of a doubt?
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So by your logic, the user posting this is Q
Thread: I tried to tell you.... Did you listen?
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To me its amazing no one really seems to know the facts of Q. "Cognitive disorder" yadda yadda. And yet, there are so many instances where Q told you what was coming and that you cannot stop it.
FISA FISA FISA. coffeecupbandchuckle
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Can they point me three instances where Q was right?
Beyond a shadow of a doubt?
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[link to www.qproofs.com (secure)]
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So by your logic, the user posting this is Q
Thread: I tried to tell you.... Did you listen?
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Q is most likely a group with access to senior levels of government. Look up the Army of Northern Virginia for example. But the crux of the Q movement is more about researching for ourselves the corruption entrenched within gov power structures worldwide. Everyone becomes aware and awake at their own pace. Each person who adds their own take adds value and fosters notions like 'you have more than you know' 'WWG1WGA' and 'we are all Q now'. Like others have said it is the only cult that encourages one to think for themselves - a skill lost on many in this information age of instant gratification.
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Can they point me three instances where Q was right?
Beyond a shadow of a doubt?
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So by your logic, the user posting this is Q
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Q is most likely a group with access to senior levels of government. Look up the Army of Northern Virginia for example. But the crux of the Q movement is more about researching for ourselves the corruption entrenched within gov power structures worldwide. Everyone becomes aware and awake at their own pace. Each person who adds their own take adds value and fosters notions like 'you have more than you know' 'WWG1WGA' and 'we are all Q now'. Like others have said it is the only cult that encourages one to think for themselves - a skill lost on many in this information age of instant gratification.
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Can they point me three instances where Q was right?
Beyond a shadow of a doubt?
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So by your logic, the user posting this is Q
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Q is most likely a group with access to senior levels of government. Look up the Army of Northern Virginia for example. But the crux of the Q movement is more about researching for ourselves the corruption entrenched within gov power structures worldwide. Everyone becomes aware and awake at their own pace. Each person who adds their own take adds value and fosters notions like 'you have more than you know' 'WWG1WGA' and 'we are all Q now'. Like others have said it is the only cult that encourages one to think for themselves - a skill lost on many in this information age of instant gratification.
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Okay, great. But GLP no longer researches shit. They seek out what others have said and bring it back here as their own.

Google + time limit searches reveal this 99% of the time.
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So by your logic, the user posting this is Q
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Q is most likely a group with access to senior levels of government. Look up the Army of Northern Virginia for example. But the crux of the Q movement is more about researching for ourselves the corruption entrenched within gov power structures worldwide. Everyone becomes aware and awake at their own pace. Each person who adds their own take adds value and fosters notions like 'you have more than you know' 'WWG1WGA' and 'we are all Q now'. Like others have said it is the only cult that encourages one to think for themselves - a skill lost on many in this information age of instant gratification.
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Leave one star here too.
It proves my point that not one of them believe their own shit, yet expect us to buy it.
Thread: A GUIDE: The story of how I beat QANON at his own game. So every Q ANON fairy tale believer on GLP right now, failed? White flagged
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To me its amazing no one really seems to know the facts of Q. "Cognitive disorder" yadda yadda. And yet, there are so many instances where Q told you what was coming and that you cannot stop it.
FISA FISA FISA. coffeecupbandchuckle
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Can they point me three instances where Q was right?
Beyond a shadow of a doubt?
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Q is right in telling people to research themselves and then right again in telling people to share their research as mean of correction and verification.

What the fuck are you offering, motherfucker? More of the same? Here read this book. Believe like me.

Get fucked. I hate your fucking plastic reality, bitch. You fat fuck, self absorbed suburban ass wipe. Stick your reality up your fucking ass.
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To me its amazing no one really seems to know the facts of Q. "Cognitive disorder" yadda yadda. And yet, there are so many instances where Q told you what was coming and that you cannot stop it.
FISA FISA FISA. coffeecupbandchuckle
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Can they point me three instances where Q was right?
Beyond a shadow of a doubt?
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Q is right in telling people to research themselves and then right again in telling people to share their research as mean of correction and verification.

What the fuck are you offering, motherfucker? More of the same? Here read this book. Believe like me.

Get fucked. I hate your fucking plastic reality, bitch. You fat fuck, self absorbed suburban ass wipe. Stick your reality up your fucking ass.
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Unlike you all, I do my own research into things here and bring you stuff that exists nowhere else on the net.

You seek out someone else's info, and bring it back here as your own.

Her name was never mentioned in a SINGLE article.
Thread: PUBLIC RECORD: TDS claims yet another victims. Holly Johnson stabbed herself because "TRUMP"
She then had another run-in that was not in the news anywhere
Thread: OH MY FUCKING GOD! ROFL! GET THE FUCK IN HERE, PRONTO! - lololol - TDS TO THE EXTREME!

Then
Thread: That mass shooting this morning in San Diego that left 5 dead including 2 children... This is why CNN is silent.

And
Thread: Found him. Pelham, NH shooting will be out of the news shortly. Shooter is black. Does not fit narratives or agendas. CNN will cease all mentions

Thread: BBBBRRRREEEEAAAAKIIINGGG! Multiple Representatives from the House went to Ukraine on August 24th.

I can keep going...
You delusional/schizophrenic bitches are too lazy to do anything yourselves but repost and claim as your own.
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Q is most likely a group with access to senior levels of government. Look up the Army of Northern Virginia for example. But the crux of the Q movement is more about researching for ourselves the corruption entrenched within gov power structures worldwide. Everyone becomes aware and awake at their own pace. Each person who adds their own take adds value and fosters notions like 'you have more than you know' 'WWG1WGA' and 'we are all Q now'. Like others have said it is the only cult that encourages one to think for themselves - a skill lost on many in this information age of instant gratification.
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Leave one star here too.
It proves my point that not one of them believe their own shit, yet expect us to buy it.
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Your prior post supports what I said. People don't (but should) think for themselves. Btw i don't star or use karma. Someone else...
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Q is most likely a group with access to senior levels of government. Look up the Army of Northern Virginia for example. But the crux of the Q movement is more about researching for ourselves the corruption entrenched within gov power structures worldwide. Everyone becomes aware and awake at their own pace. Each person who adds their own take adds value and fosters notions like 'you have more than you know' 'WWG1WGA' and 'we are all Q now'. Like others have said it is the only cult that encourages one to think for themselves - a skill lost on many in this information age of instant gratification.
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Leave one star here too.
It proves my point that not one of them believe their own shit, yet expect us to buy it.
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Your prior post supports what I said. People don't (but should) think for themselves. Btw i don't star or use karma. Someone else...
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They are lazy fucking hypocrites.
Boomer whine about millennials, and millennials cry about boomers, yet they are both lazy, entitled, hypocrites.

Boomers claim to be patriots, but threaten their social security
Millennials claim to be independent, yet expect high paying jobs.

Boomers whine about censorship on Twitter and Facebook, yet demand censorship here with thread reports.

"Think for yourself" takes too much work. They are not capable. Plain and simple. All the great old-timers left GLP or aged out of life.
What we are stuck with is now the concentrate at the bottom of a cesspool
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Re: "QAnon and the Emergence of the Unreal" ( Harvard / MIT ) The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' despe
Like the cognitive process of apophenia, the social mechanisms of conspiratorial thinking are rooted in reality. It's the pattern that's non-existent. But the pattern gets written into collective consciousness through repetition. The more that it is repeated, the more people feel the need to self-investigate. And once you are looking for patterns, it's not hard for the collective hive mind to think that they exist. While schizophrenia may be an individual cognitive disorder, networks of people can also produce collective delusions with devastating effects.

The power of QAnon is not in its factual evidence, but in participants' desperate desire to find meaning and power in society. While teenagers are embracing Escape Rooms to feel the rush of piecing together clues, a subset of adults are scouring social media to build a coherent framework around contemporary politics that connects the dots in a fashion that is legible to them. From the outside, it looks completely unreal, but on the inside, it feels quite real. This is not because any single piece of information is real, but because the process of doubt and discovery is invigorating. It feels like gambling based on lucky numbers or going all-in on a grand theory of life, the universe, and everything.

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I smell desperation.
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Leave one star here too.
It proves my point that not one of them believe their own shit, yet expect us to buy it.
Thread: A GUIDE: The story of how I beat QANON at his own game. So every Q ANON fairy tale believer on GLP right now, failed? White flagged
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78175086


Your prior post supports what I said. People don't (but should) think for themselves. Btw i don't star or use karma. Someone else...
 Quoting: tahoe21



They are lazy fucking hypocrites.
Boomer whine about millennials, and millennials cry about boomers, yet they are both lazy, entitled, hypocrites.

Boomers claim to be patriots, but threaten their social security
Millennials claim to be independent, yet expect high paying jobs.

Boomers whine about censorship on Twitter and Facebook, yet demand censorship here with thread reports.

"Think for yourself" takes too much work. They are not capable. Plain and simple. All the great old-timers left GLP or aged out of life.
What we are stuck with is now the concentrate at the bottom of a cesspool
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Fuck off. If you want to talk UFO, talk UFO.

If people aren't interested, may be you are just fucking boring.
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Leave one star here too.
It proves my point that not one of them believe their own shit, yet expect us to buy it.
Thread: A GUIDE: The story of how I beat QANON at his own game. So every Q ANON fairy tale believer on GLP right now, failed? White flagged
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78175086


Your prior post supports what I said. People don't (but should) think for themselves. Btw i don't star or use karma. Someone else...
 Quoting: tahoe21



They are lazy fucking hypocrites.
Boomer whine about millennials, and millennials cry about boomers, yet they are both lazy, entitled, hypocrites.

Boomers claim to be patriots, but threaten their social security
Millennials claim to be independent, yet expect high paying jobs.

Boomers whine about censorship on Twitter and Facebook, yet demand censorship here with thread reports.

"Think for yourself" takes too much work. They are not capable. Plain and simple. All the great old-timers left GLP or aged out of life.
What we are stuck with is now the concentrate at the bottom of a cesspool
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78175086


Fuck off. If you want to talk UFO, talk UFO.

If people aren't interested, may be you are just fucking boring.
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All I asked for was three instances.

Is it that you CANNOT PROVIDE them?

Do you REALLLLLY believe the shit your are being sold?

Are all of you nasty?





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