With the anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 approaching, our stablemates over at the Gawker asked which conspiracy theories about it we buy. But why limit ourselves to one flight? There's a whole world of conspiracy theories out there. Like the General Motors Streetcar Conspiracy.
Can a facility that has inspired global conspiracy theories be designated a World Heritage Site? If so, that might be the only way to prevent the shutdown of the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) in Alaska, which studies the ionosphere—or creates lethal hurricanes—depending on whom you talk to.
Popular lore suggests that the street layout of Washington, D.C., was designed so that the streets emanating from the White House would intersect with landmarks in the area to form a pentagram. The designers of the district were Freemasons, and the pentagram is one of a plethora of symbols important to the…