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Nyhetsspeilet (which in English translates to "The News Mirror"), founded in 2009, is the biggest and most authoritative source of wacky ideas and woo in the Norwegian language. The content is mainly conspiracy theories, paranormal phenomena, and alternative medicine (sorry, just the stock ones, no new, revolutionary Norwegian ones).

The "about us" page informs the reader that the page is written "by the people, for the people," with no names mentioned.[1] Nevertheless, the site's design is surprisingly slick as compared, say, to Gene Ray's Time Cube.

Citing this website as a source invokes Scopie's Law.

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