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Andrew Petrou (Oztinato)

Joined 10 years ago from Brisbane

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    Why Josef Fritzl Receives Marriage Proposals.

    5 years ago

    The explanation for diverse phenomena such at the "Stockholm Syndrome", the power of attraction possessed by evil criminals and the recent social "Me Too" controversies, can now be explained by maths and plain commonsense observations.

  • Mafia and Hollywood: How DiCaprio Won an Oscar.

    Mafia and Hollywood: How DiCaprio Won an Oscar.

    5 years ago

    The Mythbuster's dummy "Buster" stars as Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Revenant". His acting is so awful I regard his Oscar win as proof of Mafia influence in Hollywood.

  • The Jesus Hoax.

    The Jesus Hoax.

    4 years ago

    For centuries fanatical monks have been changing history by forging phony archaeological sites, documents, false identities and infiltrating the Muslim, Jewish and Hindu faiths to create a fake Jesus

  • 24

    Ethical Failures of the Scientific Method.

    5 years ago

    Science is dangerously fallible on two counts. Firstly human error. Secondly, the almost total lack of an ethical code. It's lack of ethics has already created social and environmental pollution.

  • 10

    FX Brand New Original Star Trek TV Episodes

    3 years ago

    Just as painters once made exact copies of famous oil paintings it is now possible to recreate exact duplicate FX original Star Trek actors. Therefore actual new episodes of the original TV series can commence.

  • 9

    The Religious Roots of Medicine.

    5 years ago

    Homeopathy uses principles of inoculation. Faith healing is now the "placebo effect". Meditation is now mindfulness. Yoga is now "pilates". Crackpot new age magnet therapy is now becoming mainstream.

  • 12

    Gravity: the Original "Like Attracts Like" Principle.

    5 years ago

    Sympathetic resonance is a scientific principle that spans both primitive magic and scientific innovation. Gravity itself is an expression of this same principle of "like attracts like".

  • 6

    Hitler's Use of Plastic Surgery.

    5 years ago

    The constant use of Aryan ideals is common to both Hollywood and NAZIS. This Hub explores the idea in a cynical sometimes humourous manner. Plastic surgery was invented in the late nineteenth century by Germany. By World War Two it was a fine art. Did Hitler have plastic surgery in order to escape?

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    Were Neanderthals Smarter Than Us?

    23 months ago

    Neanderthal genes combined both very ancient hominid and modern DNA with larger brains than ours. Did high IQ quasi "Neanderthals" at Gibraltar sail across the Atlantic? Highly intelligent but immensely powerful late cross-bred "Neanderthals" explain early megalithic structures and other anomalies.

  • 6

    The Swastika As Hitler's Monogram.

    5 years ago

    Hitler chose the ancient Hindu swastika as it can be assembled into his own surname. An examination of the evidence reveals hidden subliminal messages used in bizarre but effective ways in many areas.

  • Will Ferrell's Alter Ego.

    Will Ferrell's Alter Ego.

    10 months ago

    Is it possible that “Mark Ewbie” (Hubber) is in fact none other than the famous actor Will Ferrell? By applying the deductive method we can discover the truth about celebrities moonlighting online.

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    Wisdom is Separate to Intelligence.

    2 years ago

    Definitions of intelligence are equated with certain types of accumulated knowledge. Wisdom however is a form of common sense and compassion based on archetypes of right and wrong.

  • Plain White Chalk.

    Plain White Chalk.

    5 years ago

    Something as simple as a stick of white chalk can effectively create artistic designs and illusions without the need for any computer effects. I am a freelance artist who often uses chalk to enhance surfaces in the hospitality industry.

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    The Failures of "New Atheism"

    5 years ago

    There is a pattern of contradiction in most New Atheist based arguments made online in various forums; in particular paradoxically blaming a supposed non existent God for human tragedy.

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    How Rasputin Survived Many Poisonings.

    13 months ago

    The narwhals tusk, the reason whales beach themselves, how Rasputin survived deliberate toxic poisoning, and why bats are so immune to diseases: external keratin removes toxins.


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