For a website with the motto "Deny Ignorance", I sure have seen a lot of it in this thread. These are just a random collection of various items
from the entirety of this thread, and my thoughts on it. Before I even get to those items, I would like to say something. If this guy has said "X
will happen" and it did not, he cannot be a prophet, BY BIBLICAL DEFINITION. What he calls himself is of no consequence to me. He claims to be able
to call down UFOs, and on one occassion he APPEARED to do it. No one has conclusively debunked (i.e., positively identified the objects in question)
that video. What this means to me is this: "This guy MAY be able to do what he said. He appeared to do it once. This would be worth seeing
replicated." That's it, nothing more. In summary, I'm neither for nor against the guy. I just would like my curiosity satisfied one way or the
Now on to my criticisms of this whole thread.
There were no standards set forth of what would constitute proof. It is well known that critics and debunkers move the goal post, meaning that once a
certain level of proof is obtained, they then say that you need more proof. And once that is obtained, even more proof. Repeat until failure, then
the critics and debunkers scream "Fraud! Hoax! Scam!" This is WELL KNOWN to anyone who has approached "fringe" things with an open (i.e.,
This guy is getting crucified on this board, because he wants to have attorneys set up a legally binding agreement. Now, follow my train of thought
for a minute here. This guy really believes he can call down UFOs, and that one of these times, THEY ARE ACTUALLY GOING TO LAND. Whether he can or
not, and whether aliens are going to land or not is of NO CONSEQUENCE. HE BELIEVES THIS TO BE TRUE. Switch tracks with me a second.
What would be the financial worth of the first ABSOLUTELY UNDEBUNKABLE FOOTAGE OF ALIENS LANDING ON EARTH? Think about how much money that would be
worth. Does anyone have a guess of what that copyright would be worth? Hundreds of millions? Billions? Remember, every news media outlet on earth
would want to play that footage. Now, let's get back to my previous thought. Since this guy ACTUALLY BELIEVES THERE IS A CHANCE A UFO WILL LAND,
AND ALIENS WILL GET OUT OF SAID CRAFT, can you blame him for wanting to protect the financial aspect of any test? Remember, it doesn't matter if it
IS true, it's how HE is perceiving the matter. If any of you REALLY BELIEVED that you would obtains millions, hundreds of millions, or billions from
something you did, wouldn't you want lawyers involved?
Another point. I used to think that people involved in "fringe" theories were, generally speaking, smarter than average. My entire time on this
board has me rethinking that position. Very clearly, reading comprehension is not what it should be for a group of educated people. One guy claimed
that PY was "refusing" because he said "I do not like to....". Not only is this assertion illogical, it doesn't even make GRAMMATICAL sense! I
bet most people "don't like" working for a living, but that doesn't mean they "refuse" to work for a living. Very, very, very seldom do you see
someone on here say "Oh, sorry, I misunderstood what you said."
Glad to see the Hegelian Dialect alive and well on this board. You either have to be FOR or AGAINST something. No one is allowed to (metaphorically,
and sometimes literally) say "Let's wait and see", or "More proof is needed". No, when somebody posts something controversial, immediately the
sides start lining up in "for" and "against". Criminy people! I thought we left behind that type of thinking in high school, but apparently I am
vastly over-rating the maturity of some people here.
Next, the removal of the videos from Youtube. How can someone force you to remove something that depicts THE TRUTH? In other words, if you aren't
lying and twisting it out of context, there is precious little that can be done to silence you. Notice that the videos weren't removed because of a
copyright claim, or pending litigation. NO, they were removed BY THE USER. If you really believed with all your heart that PY is a con-man, why
would you VOLUNTARILY remove the videos? Remember, truth is an ABSOLUTE defense against slander and libel.
As to the whole "He can now use ATS to say that he can call down UFOs" claims. How in God's name did we get to the point where CHALLENGING someone
was equated with "I think you can do it!"?! Would anyone on here CHALLENGE Tiger Woods to hit a 300 yard drive? No, that would be ludicrous! You
might ASK him to do it, you might CAJOLE him to do it, you might even BEG him to do it, but you most certainly wouldn't CHALLENGE him to do it. A
challenge, in this context, either implies or demonstrates that you do not believe the claims that the person is making.
As to those of you who are making fun of his "KKK" territory remark. You don't know Central Indiana very well, do you?
certainly is a small city that is not that far from Indianapolis that is reputed to be a hotbed of racist activity. Whether this is a deserved
reputation or not is another matter, but I will say this: this reputation is well known in both the black and white communities in central Indiana,
and ESPECIALLY INDIANAPOLIS. In fact, here is a link to a story about this very subject:
If they tried to conduct this test in Martinsville, you can be assured with absolute
certainty those "journalists" knew EXACTLY what the rumors were about that place, and did it on purpose. Would ANY of us feel safe going into an
area reputed (for over 100 years, no less) to hate our race? I don't think so. So, before you discount PY's story as ridiculous or implausible,
you'd better find out more about it. If they tried to get him to go to Martinsville (or even succeeded), I can see why he'd be paranoid about
avoiding such situations in the future.
If there were as many "businessmen" on here as there claim to be, the fact that he said he wants to get attorneys involved should surprise NO ONE.
If you haven't ever had your corporate attorney go "you want to do WHAT? Uh uh, no way. Not without getting it in writing", then you haven't
done much business.