Berkeley Professor develops 'general conspiracy theory of relativity'
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Using the theory, it becomes much easier to explain events such as Pearl Harbor, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the Moon Landing, Watergate, the Pentagon Papers, Princess Diana's death, and more recently, the September 11, 2001, terror attacks. Nevertheless, one of theory's major drawbacks is that average people can only see in three dimensions: in this case, motive, means and opportunity. As with any crime, these are the three major elements to consider when trying to solve it.
Prof Dedett, however, uses face-time to enhance the other dimensions, thereby giving plausibility and causality to a more unified theory. Due to information blindness and lack of concentration, most people are not able to envision the fourth dimension of face-time. But what exactly is it? Imagine two people making plans - thus a conspiracy. They have the motive, the means, and the opportunity. Later, at a different point in face-time, another event happens. The same people are involved, and due to the face-time continuum, they can be linked to both events.
He has published his methods in the January edition of The American Heritage Periodical Foundation Society for American Heritage Quarterly. However, Prof Dedett has not been forthcoming as to his input data to test his unified conspiracy theory of relativity. Many peer reviewers are eager to get a chance to analyze the control input values that will serve to bolster the hypothesis.
Some of the output values were surprising. With face-time input equations factored in: Cheney, Bush, Rumsfeld, Kissinger, North, Gates, Kristol, Feith and Wolfowitz were all common derivatives in the equation with the boundaries  and . The findings will have to be peer-reviewed scientifially before the theory can be officially validated. Different boundaries of face-time will yield different results.
Moreover, Dedett discovered, behavior in face-time becomes unpredictable as one approaches the speed of flight - that at which conspirators flee and which is believed to be unsurpassable. Current calculations put the speed of flight at about 763 feet per second, or roughly the speed of a jumbo-jet. As one approaches flight speed, face-time becomes distorted and it is difficult to discern physical reality. Perceptions of surroundings become severely perturbed; for example, a conspirator fleeing at flight speed would view all other conspirators as fleeing at the same speed, regardless of their actual behavior.
The complexities of the theory are hoped ultimately to be lost in the mainstream press, in order to give way to superficial generalities that will promote the status quo. Even Professor Dedett acknowledged that the general public "just might not be ready to grasp the details of a conspiracy theory of relativity."