Did an MIT physicist record proof of the paranormal?

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posted on Apr, 22 2014 @ 10:37 PM
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originally posted by: MrMaybeNot
I stopped watching at around 20:10 when they show the camera recorded footage contains a tiger roar pitched up. These shows are pure entertainment. Why would a scientist say such thing on TV? Money. And whatever you say on TV is nothing but TV... who cares. These shows have special fx teams.


You very well could be correct, however one would need to research this scientist personally. The greater his professional reputation, the less likely that he would risk it, even for money, by making false claims on television. Plus, just because these shows are for entertainment doesn't mean the content cannot be legitimate. They very well could have sought out such evidence and such people. And the person may have agreed to do the show for money, but that doesn't mean that what he is saying is a lie.

So even though television shows are entertainment, and they can fake things if they choose to, does not prove that what they are showing is in fact fake. As it stands now, his claims are just as likely to be authentic as they are to be false.






 
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