Oh, the reading. I’ve currently got ‘The Hollow Men,’ ‘Oddzone’ and ‘Absolute Power’ on the go (and that’s just the Aotearoa Conspiracy Theory material). Vicki Hyde’s ‘Oddzone‘ (New Holland, Auckland, 2006) is, for me, a […]
Well, this all fits in nicely with my recent paper (which is a tad awkward in that I’ve had this article for ages and only just got around to reading it). Knight’s thesis in ‘Conspiracy Theories about 9/11’ is that, at least with respect to 9/11, Official Views and Conspiracy Theories are highly similar in relevant ways and that this is especially true when it comes to the attribution of the notion of the agents behind the event(s) being explained.
So, ‘Battlestar: Galactica’ the best show on TV you are probably not watching, is coming to an end after four seasons, with the lead writers claiming that this means they can finish off their story arc and provide for an exciting finale.
The fans, for some reason, are pissed.
Well it’s that time of the year again; Doctor Who is back on screens (in Blighty) and I’m going to give one line, spoiler free(-ish) reviews of the ep in question. So, here we go: