posted on Dec, 30 2004 @ 09:24 AM
In a recent letter published to Rense, HMason comments on the extraordinary coincidences between the existence of weather conferences and the actual
events that the conferences were gathered to speculate about. (www.rense.com...
In other words, the question comes up, How much experience is contrived, beforehand?
And on the other side of the coin, this morning -- satellite data
says one thing and local cameras
) say something else.
The data on which we make heuristic plans appears to be too far out of spec, to be reliable. This is a matter for the "scientific method" to
address--is it not?
Maybe it's true--from the philosophy of science--we can't really "know" anything. So, we have to just "believe somebody who thinks he knows."