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New science theories, especially in radical and exotic research, are often subject to harsh criticism if it doesn't support mainstream funded programs.

AgendasEdit

The manipulation of scientific facts are sometimes done to promote a political or religious agenda. A classical example of an agenda to control the populous from unauthorized gold expeditions and emigration is, the Flat Earth conspiracy of the Middle ages.

See also the following agendas:

CoverupsEdit

The typical motives behind the coverups of many scientific discoveries and breakthroughs, is to ensure the preservation of reputation, invested professional careers, and government research grants.[1]

See also the following coverups:

Exotic researchEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Coast to Coast AM, October 1, 2016 1:03:47, Jonathan Gray on Archaeological cover-ups

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