The internet is a bottomless hole of conspiracy theories. Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed Some conspiracy theories turn out out to be true; Watergate, Iran-Contra Affair, etc. Others, like the JFK assassination are still mysteries and important enough to examine forever.And then there are some conspiracy theories out there that are so absurd that you have to laugh. Here's a few from the depths of the internet's most paranoid crevasses. 1. Saved By The Bell was full of Illuminati propaganda. Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed Here's an article about the Satanic messages hidden with the hijinks of Bayside High. In brief:-Zack Morris got a mediocre S.A.T. score and yet he is accepted into Yale (where Skull & Bones is based)-Actors Mark-Paul Gosselar and Paul Walker are actually the same person. (And Paul Walker was in the movie The Skulls about Skull & Bones. Also, he died in a "mysterious" car crash.)-Actress Lark Voorhies may have lost her mind since the show went off the air.-The theme song to the show says "I miss my Satan" when played backwards. 2. Pitbull and Shakira predicted the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight 370. Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed Some people think that these two Latin pop stars had prior knowledge of the still-unsolved airline disaster as evidenced by the lyric "Now it's off to Malaysia... Two passports, three cities, two countries, one day" in the song "Get It Started".If the Illuminati granted them fame, surely it can force them to sing about events that haven't happened yet, right? 3. Obama was sent to Mars when he was a young man. Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed A few years ago, two men who said they were volunteers in a DARPA/CIA time travel project in 1980 came forward to reveal that a young Barack Obama was among their team of "chrononauts"And apparently the U.S. has established bases on Mars where some volunteers live for years. But Obama didn't stay long... he had to attend Columbia University the following spring. 4. The Beatles were completely engineered by a social behavior think-tank. Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed Some people think that a British research council called The Tavistock Institute for Human Relations designed the Beatles career. In short, the band was a "carefully crafted plot" to sweep the world's youth into a new brain-washed cult by sexual rhythms and drug-infused imagery. Its purpose? To replace Christianity with a New Age occult belief system that was without morals... and more in line with The Illuminati New World Order.Also, Paul did die. 5. Skull & Bones members operate 5 minutes ahead of the rest of the world. Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed Some people believe that member's of Yale's secret society Skull & Bones set their clocks 5 minutes ahead of the rest of the world. This makes them feel superior to the rest of us "barbarians".One bit of evidence for this theory is that George W. Bush was inaugurated a couple minutes before noon when Presidents traditionally are sworn in. In other words, Dubya started making mistakes from the very first moment of his Presidency. 6. There is a huge Nazi base in Antarctica... and they have UFO's. Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed There is a surprisingly large amount written about this conspiracy theory.It's a tantalizing combination of all the elements conspiracy theorists love. Maybe if the ice-caps keep melting we'll get to the bottom of this mystery. 7. The Japanese planes that attacked Pearl Harbor were actually American. Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed It's a widely disputed theory that the U.S. purposely let the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor in order to get involved in a large-scale war. But a much less widely-disputed theory is that the U.S. actually faked the attack with disguised planes for the same reason. Nope.