posted on Jan, 28 2015 @ 12:32 PM
originally posted by: NotMoose
It seems to me that NLBS is not getting adequate support. The last video (EMF Sensitivity) as of now only has 376 views. I do not always agree with
NLBS's views on topics, but I click on the link to at least give them the view credit. Giving NLBS view credits is the same as giving ATS view credit
(it helps fund the site). If you don't agree with their views then debate them on the ATS forum.
I have seen a lot of comments and threads about the dislike of the paypal link (for donations), but if all 300K supported NLBS it would help
Anyway, this is just an observation of mine. From one member to another watch the NLBS videos and post links on facebook.
There is a difference between a conversation and a lecture. When I go out and play guitar at my friends places, we converse, it's interactive and if
someone has something to say we all listen, but we get our turn as well to make suggestions or learn new things, that's what ATS is like also. ATS is
an interactive model of organized anarchy where everyone and anyone can have their say or "listen" to others and agree or disagree.
NLBS is not a conversation, it's like listening to my wife, never a word in edgewise. Nor is it interactive, it is a lecture and in my opinion,
sometimes reasonable and other times so far off the mark (just like my wife), it's painful to even listen. I would suggest they actually talk about
things they know, have experienced or actually understand rather than in some cases going out on a limb and spreading misinformation on certain
subjects. Opinions don't mean sh!t unless they are backed up by facts or something you have directly experienced yourself.
Personally, I am on ATS because we learn from each other, I think the exchange of ideas is a good thing, critical thinking and real education and
learning new skills are good things, exposing the criminal activity of politicians, bankers, corporations or whomever is a good thing, knowing where
we are headed by examining where we have been is a good thing, but propaganda and dis/misinformation are bad things.
When people exchange ideas (without the incorporation of the Delphi Technique), there is generally understanding and progress. Unfortunately when one
person talks and others are meant to listen (and/or are reprimanded or ostracized for not listening), there is a reasonable probability of
Cheers - Dave