posted on Dec, 3 2007 @ 10:55 AM
Originally posted by jmilla
IMO BS doesn't seem too receptive to new ideas.
Jmilla, I'm quite receptive to new ideas. Even the ones that sound quite fantastical, such as that nuclear matter behaves as an ideal fluid when the
energy density is high ehough. Or that neutrinos have mass. Or that there is a host of new type of elementary particles described by
"supersymmetry". Would you like to discuss that?
I'm quite receptive to the weirdest ideas provided they have substance to them. JL ideas, well, do not have that.
BS will look like what I would call a "tool," or someone whose closed mind made him subject to the viewpoints the very people who keep these
secrets want us to have.
Well it's pretty rich of you to call me close minded. If I have the mental capacity to weigh somebody's claim against a few facts and cross-check
this (I understand not everybody is capable of that) this does not mean that I have an iota of close-mindedness.
My apologies in advance to BS, I'm not necessarily name calling, but it seems you spend a majority of your time trying to refute John Lear's
claims, by doing the very thing that ATS frowns upon, which is remaining adamantly opposed to all the evidence he provides, or embracing ingorance,
rather than denying it.
Jmilla, ATS is certainly in favor of maintaning a reasonably high quality of information posted here. I presented evidence from sources outside of
NASA realm that is quite incompatible with JL's claims. Since he freely admits that these reflect his beliefs and he can't really back them up, it
is entirely appropriate to point out that according to the facts
these are most likely false. I don't see how anybody can have a problem with
that, except for make-believe desperados.
[edit on 3-12-2007 by buddhasystem]