posted on May, 4 2009 @ 11:25 AM
We are getting nowhere with this thread.
Stating that you can fake what somebody claims to be true, only proves that it can be faked. It does not prove that it can't be true. A fake is proof
of a fake.
Furthermore, one poster stated here that the string in the toy ufo video was meant to be there and acknowledged. I can't verify that for now.
Furthermore, the fact that somebody lies does not mean that somebody lies all the time. Indeed lying about extraordinary things makes one look suspect
and it is surely not a smart thing to do.
Furthermore, him being a fraud, an entertainer is far less important than him being on to something. This man has no formal education. He is not part
of the academic world which is anything but open to the now ruling paradime. Let's say that the tinkering of an uneducated person leads to powerful
new insights. Which scientist would ever acknowledge that? I dare to say nobody.
People state the true fact that a video of something, is something else than what actually happens. Just like hearing scientists state that they could
not reproduce Hutchinson's results is not the same as a) being actually there seing them trying to reproduce results and b) being capable of
understanding whether they are doing it correctly.
Does all of this mean that Hutchinson is legit? No. It seems to be strange that even he can't reproduce his previous results. Then again did he make
What we need is people who have an idea of the set up he made and who recreate that at home. But then again videoing it produces only a video which is
proof of the video itself only and at best evidence of what is shown.