posted on May, 18 2009 @ 12:56 AM
Okay, I'm completely fine with the theory of people disappearing and stuff considering that, as absurd as it sounds, it is possible. It's
important to keep an open mind until all the facts have been gathered, enough time has passed, and some experiments are done. Only then can people
begin to form opinions.
But really, did you have to bring up that webbot nonsense? I remember being on your side, questioningall, when you made that original topic about the
webbot (which was basically your pinnacle moment propelling you into the ATS spotlight), defending you and saying that you should be given a chance.
When the webbot predicting turned out to be completely incorrect, everybody moved on. The webbot prediction was wrong. There is no disputing
that. This theory of disappearing people is very interesting; you don't need to play off of the "webbot seed" in order for people to listen.
My only explanation for the vegetarian thing is that I've heard theories that aliens like to check up on humans to due a sort of inspection on the
evolution of human DNA. Perhaps the recent "abduction" of vegetarians, if it has really happened, means the aliens are doing a check-up to see if
vegetarianism has any effect on any aspects of a human. Or maybe it's the government, who knows.