Conspiracy theories and religion are quite similar. They are more elaborate and exciting explanations for things that already have logical explanations. They generally pose the idea of something bigger and unknown. The only evidence for them is a lack of disproof. And the belief often defines the lives of those who believe it, sometimes even becoming an obsession. amirite?
If there were some way to put on a helmet and participate in a "virtual simulation" (like in the movies) of a Hunger Games, you'd probably do it, just to see how you would do and what it would be like. Plus in a sick way it would sort of be fun trying to survive, amirite?
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