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-6(...) There are thousands of hoaxes offering news, tips, advice, and warnings which bloggers report on every day without checking and verifying these first. Bloggers fuel the fire instead of putting it out.

Hurricane Katrina brought of a lot conspiracy theories and hoaxes into play, including a huge one which played into the New Orleans Astrodome myth in the wake of the disaster. Supposedly eye witness accounts reported on horrors that were later found to be untrue, and there is a lot of confusion over who actually wrote this and whether or not they were even there. Yet, many bloggers continue to point to these as proof of whatever theory they support on what happened in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and the dikes breaking. (...)


a great article on urban legends, conspiracy blogs and other rumours we spread ... so never, ever trust sauseschritt!
 

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