posted on Mar, 31 2019 @ 02:53 PM
Could the phrase “To Deny Ignorance”, be more of a tool of the establishment versus those who would like to come up with new ways of viewing this
reality? When theories get proposed that go against mainstream thought, the opponents come out of the woodwork and start defending the status quo. It
is like a simple theory is such a danger to the establishment that it must be crushed with all available effort.
Don’t they control most of the higher learning institutions already? They have the full backing of mainstream media and most of the published texts
out there, supporting their positions. When their memorized and regurgitated ‘facts’ are questioned, the routine statements start coming out
“What are your qualifications”? “What are your certifications”? “Where is your proof”? “What kind of peer reviewed mainstream articles
can you cough up to support your position”?
They act like there are all these proven facts that support their science, twisting evidence to support their thoughts. But most of the scientific
facts are mere theories. Do we have proof of black holes? Do we have proof of dark matter and energy? No? That sure doesn’t seem to keep the
mainstreamers from condemning any challenging ideas as simple heresy.
Then there are the statements that go something like: well we are just trying to keep things honest, We are just trying to prevent an echo chamber or
you are just a quack, a snake oil salesman….even though the originators of such new ideas aren’t trying to sell anything or con anyone, they are
just looking for a new angle.
Right or wrong, I have no idea. I just imagine that this really stifles discourse and intimidates people from coming forth with unique and original
ideas. Sometimes it is fun to propose ‘what if’ and engage in conversations with people who have an open mind enough to go down the rabbit whole
with the creator.
Just trying to figure out if it is even worthwhile to try any more.
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