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Discover The Pixar Conspiracy & Why Alex Jones Will Not Talk About It

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Every film made by Pixar occurs in the same universe and connected to every other Pixar film. The basic premise is that animals who could talk like those in Bug’s Life and Finding Nemo and sentient robots like Buzz Lightyear were set into motion by the blue goo that Merida (from Brave) discovered and turned her mom into a bear and result in human-less world populated by bugs. Along with this theory, some mind-boggling  revelations, such as Andy from Toy Story 3 receiving a post card from Elle and Carl in Up.

EXPLORE: The Pixar Conspiracy

And as for Alex Jones, sorry my friend, just exploring the fictional world. Alex Jones is a Champion of Truth and would NEVER, EVER, EVER traffic in wild fictional delusions.

Do you believe in conspiracy theories? If so, which ones are your focus to explore or investigate? Add your comments below.

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