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“those who recirculate these tales either have not done their homework or do not care. It's this sort of irresponsible hoaxsterism that casts a shadow on serious objective research."
originally posted by: gortex
...there's still something about him and his story I can't shake ...
Would you mind expanding upon this? I have a similar feeling.
originally posted by: Outlier13
a reply to: schuyler
TDL is 100% full of shlt. He knows absolutely nothing the rest of us don't already know. If you haven't ever seen the Joe Rogan podcast with TDL then here it is. Joe is good at sniffing out total BS and you can see when Joe starts to mentally call BS on TDL.
originally posted by: schuyler
originally posted by: BeefNoMeat
originally posted by: olaru12
I hope to hell this is better than the ATS darling Tom DeLonge and the TTSA.
And to be honest, I'm beginning to question Knapp's veracity with his connection to Tom DeLonge and TTSA.
I have nothing against commercial enterprises but blatant taking advantage of the intellectually challenged is just not right.
I can understand some bit of naïveté on Lazar’s part in 1989, but the trailer doesn’t square with me; he declares it (the tech/hidden knowledge/insert Lovecraft theme) must be known to whole of humanity in one clip and the very next he equivocates on whether it should be declared ‘known’ for fear of weaponization.
True, but look at the clips again. In the first one you have Young Lazar and in the second one you have Old Lazar many decades later. He's changed his tune and now says perhaps secrecy is in order because "most people are stupid." So yeah, its a contradiction, but with about 30 years of life between the two views.
originally posted by: KellyPrettyBear
a reply to: BeefNoMeat
The same director can make a movie for two radically different audiences.
It happens all the time.
It's not the director's place to personally unveil "cosmic truth";
it's the director's job to make a good movie or documentary
with whatever research/resources that they have available.
For all we know Mr. Corbell has no firm convictions on ANY
of these subjects.
Or maybe he believes in both.
I don't think that we should read too munch into his personal
We should examine the evidence, if any, that is presented.