posted on Oct, 24 2003 @ 10:55 PM
Originally posted by Helioform
I'm talking about some of the articles posted on the main site, not this board. If you want to run a site with credible information, you should at
least do some background check on the authors of the pieces you are posting.
Bob Lazar is another one. I haven't seen anything from him on the site. but I wonder why people still believe in what he says when he has been caught
in so many lies.
And for the poster who claimed that "being crazy does not make you wrong": why would anyone who claims to be connected to "deep cover" scientists
blatantly lie like this? "The government made me do it" seems to be the new version of "The devil made me do it."
I think credibility as you say, is in the eye of the beholder. Who determines what is credible?
One could argue that anything unproven is not credible, and thus all theories are as such, non-credible.
A person can make mistakes and still come up with ideas of merit.
I would wager that almost all cospiracy theories are thought of by the public at large as non credible, because that is what the government wants them
to think. And they OBEY like the good sheep, I mean citizens that they are.