posted on Mar, 15 2008 @ 08:14 PM
reply to post by cryingindian
Its not so much that people aren't paying attention to what is going on, but its much easier to be in denial of reality and live life as if nothing
wrong is happening.
You don't need to be a conspiracy master to shed light on a conspiracy. However, some may find you more credible if you were someone like John Lear
(in a space forum anyway).
At the same time, some people would automatically attack you for being a conspiracy master.
Its not necessary to be well-renowned on ATS or otherwise to be taken seriously, although I'm sure it helps.
If you bring an interesting enough topic to ATS, people will post.
Unfortunately, some of the most interesting topics tend to be bumped towards the bottom of the page. I will find an amazing thread months after its
been posted because another member found it and bumped it to the top.
Ignore the replies and views. The majority of topics here receive hundreds of views and may only get 2 responses. That's not really the best judge
for the topic at hand.
I personally find pretty much everything interesting. I am a naturally curious being. The topics you posted are some in which I've done a significant
amount of research. I particularly like the 911 discussion, "indigos" or human potential threads, ET experiences although probably about once a week
or two, and general conspiracy theory.