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What's one thing you SHOULD try, but not tell anyone?

Asked by ideabrian (404points) December 13th, 2007

People love to have secrets, but then they usually tell somebody. Why? Doesn’t that mean it’s not a secret anymore?

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ironhiway's avatar

Well if I answer this question then I’ve told a lot of someone’s.

I like to read about things that are contrary to my beliefs and things like conspiracy theories one thing the internet is good for.

I once read a book that claimed that the Giza Pyramid pointed to earth’s destruction in 2000. 5/5/2000 was the name of the book. There was something about 2005 but obviously the worlds not gone yet.

The most interesting part of the book had nothing to do with the end of the world but rather a theory that the Giza Pyramid was built as a water pump. Channels from the Nile lead up to the base of the Pyramid and the theory also believed that the blocks were boarded so they would float, then put into place from the inside of the Pyramid by raising and lowering the water level then once in place the wood was burned away.

Some of the stuff was very believable and other stuff was twisted to fit the authors belief.

The reason for not telling anyone what I’m reading is I don’t want to influence someone into believing something that’s not right. Some people are easily influenced and would rather believe what they see than do thorough research on their own.

syz's avatar

Um, I’ve tried quite a few things that NOBODY knows about. Of course, that may be in part due to the fact that many of those things are considered socially unacceptable.

joli's avatar

Try to keep a secret.

kevbo's avatar

You might find some ideas here.

DryaUnda's avatar

Kill a child molester. Make sure you pick one nobody will miss though, granted that “pillars of the community” with double lives do the most damage but there’s the FBI to worry about.

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