posted on May, 16 2009 @ 11:41 PM
reply to post by The Loge
I dont know hardly anything about the god particle so I will do some research.
I just thought it refered to something that cant be proven to exist but would seem to fit things together, a kind of missing link of the particle
Anyhoo, Yes they targeted well, they have got our attention, the problem is they now have the attention of the people who are the most in tune with
the paranormal and such, this means they have to come up with an event that will please us too, if its something that should have aired between a
documentary on Darwin and monkey business then they would have had the correct audience.
They have rattled our cages in the community of UFO's, ghosts, conspiracy theorists and such, They are ranking it up there with as big as 9.11.
I am sorry to say but if its the missing link then 9.11 rocked the world, WW2 rocked the world, lemur dude doesnt rock anyones world but paeliantology
(I wish id look up how to spell that) and doesnt make me rethink air and water at all.
So if it is just a publicity stunt leading to a big anti-climax (and I agree your probably right) then they are disrespectful to all them events that
took so many lives (as stated earlier) and will surely upset a few creationists out there sure, but will they change their beliefs? nah, because they
will just say god put it there as a test.
I pay for a TV license, that license goes towards the BBC, I am already peaved I have to pay it for the absolute garbage TV they show (I dont watch TV
but I need to pay it for the wife and kids) and this will be just another letdown by the BBC by joining in with such an over-hyped event that wont
matter a jot to the majority of us.
Bigger than 9.11 or at least comparible, you have a lot to live up to or theres going to be a lot of angry complaints in the post.