Many people in Germany know about the ‘Bielefeld Conspiracy’ and many know about our #Bielefeldmillion competition now as well. You might have already heard about it. If not, we can explain briefly to you what it’s all about and how you can now get rich.
25 years ago, a guest arrived at a party in Kiel. This guest came from Bielefeld. “Bielefeld?” asked the others, because none of them had ever visited the city and so they didn’t know it. And so it was that some bright spark came out with the words “Bielefeld? There’s no such thing!”. At that point it was not really anything spectacular. But one guest made a particular joke of it: Achim Held.
The computer scientist used the occasion to make fun of the conspiracy theory. For fun, he published a post on Usenet about how Bielefeld supposedly didn’t exist.
The rumour - that Bielefeld doesn’t exist - still persists today. But whoever can now prove that Bielefeld really doesn’t exist can win 1 million euros.
How will you prove there is no Bielefeld? The sky’s the limit as far as your creativity is concerned. Whether you use images, videos or text - any type of post is allowed, your pearls of wisdom must just be irrefutable in order to win the #Bielefeldmillion.
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