According to a new CNN poll, 9 percent of Americans believe “space aliens, time travelers, or beings from another dimension” are responsible for the disappearance of Malaysia Flight 370.

According to a 2012 National Geographic survey, 36 percent of Americans believe that aliens have already visited Earth…

…The new CNN poll asks respondents where they think the plane is. Fifty-one percent of Americans believe the plane is in the Indian Ocean around where the search teams are looking, but 46 percent of Americans think it’s “somewhere else.” None of the people polled could possibly have any idea where the plane is…

The question is itself ridiculous, but maybe more ridiculous is the idea that almost half of America thinks the experts are wrong. “The search teams say it’s in that one bit of the Indian Ocean, but I think it’s in Canada. Or Hawaii. Or Scotland. Or the moon. Or Benghazi. Why? I’ve just got a feeling.”

Forty-six percent of Americans are living in a world of pure imagination.

Think we never landed a rocket on the moon and still think you can only survive a terrible disaster by the grace of some invisible old white guy in the clouds?

  1. Mojo says:

    Approximately 30% of Americans will happily believe any damn thing they’re told.

  2. Michael says:

    More than half the people in the US believed Obama’s nonsense as well. So it’s actually higher than 46%.

  3. Tim says:

    Somebody knows where the plane is. Either those entities are not releasing the information so they may continue to hide their surveillance capabilities or USA disappeared it {most likely, IMO}.

    Freescale Semiconductor has been in the embedded electronics buisness for over fifty years — Somebody there has all the keys to the backdoors.

    How convenient that so many Freescale employees went on to meet the Heaven’s Gate crowd — Kinda like ST-6 just after faking a terrorist takedown.

    Corbett — 911 A Conspiracy Theory

    • thekeymaster says:

      Fuck. All you have to do is ask… I’m on Alibaba. No, wait… You are one of those that think you’ll be next if you purchase the keys?? Loser.

  4. Tim says:

    Millenium {1989}

    At least, in the future, they can afford plywood to fake a plane crash.

  5. MikeN says:

    Much higher number think 9/11 was an inside job.

    • Tim says:

      It was.

      • Gary says:

        Only if you’re full of shit.

        • Tim says:

          They were. Still are. These are criminals pretending to be government — No US citizen reading these words on this blog today has ever lived under legitimate government — You’ve all been anarchists, all along. Y’all are just self-loathing anarchists.

  6. dusanmal says:

    Occam razor. Way too many obvious human possibilities to even need an UFO theory.
    Real question: how many people think that all the searching near Australia is just a Penn-and-Teller thing…?
    I stick to my initial least-un-plausible theory: Bangladesh, intentional human act. Possible end of Penn-and-Teller hand waiving – suddenly finding the aircraft “crashed” where it can be quickly disposed from Bangladesh – Bay of Bengal…

  7. The Beaner says:

    I’m liking the Diego Garcia theory. It’s better than most.

  8. UncDon says:

    Love the graphic: it appears that Apple Computer has taken the plane (no doubt to enhance “airplane mode” in some way).

  9. noname says:

    Isn’t that Apples new office hovering in the clouds?

    Oh, I get it; Steve Job is back and needs a corporate jet!

    By the way, it wasn’t an UFO that took the plane but the other three letter acronym, NSA!

  10. AdmFubar says:

    It’s astounding;
    Time is fleeting;
    Madness takes its toll.
    But listen closely…

    Not for very much longer.

    I’ve got to keep control.

    I remember doing the time-warp
    Drinking those moments when
    The Blackness would hit me

    And the void would be calling…

    Let’s do the time-warp again.
    Let’s do the time-warp again.

  11. dumbo says:

    in related news, 7% of americans will say anything to get an interviewer off their back

  12. Mr Anderson says:

    It landed intact in the southern Indian Ocean, and it’s still sinking, drifting…


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