reply to post by thebox
No one even had a clue as to what happened or at least when I made that post. Typically rational people will wait till they can come to a general idea
of what possibly happened when given facts and those facts checked through many credible sources then and only then can people see if there is
anything to be suspicious about or are content with the explanation which is way to soon to have been done at that time, even more so when I made that
If you have every person on this board in this thread right now making up theories on what happened it will only do more harm and blur the truth even
more and just be a bunch of sludge to tread through.
Why create ignorance like that?
Anyway, I didn't say anything about speculation.
To throw out redundant theories or things of the nature is predictable and needless at this point and time, maybe in the future yes but now, no.
(like the Bermudia Triangle)
Certain matters need to be handled with class,tact and HEART, even if you're in the ever so mighty fight for truth.If there are lies people involved
have been hurt enough they don't need even more people to miss handle them just so they can get the credit of discovering some major conspiracy.
Seems that empathy is a common lacked personal trait among many demographics now and days, it's really sad.
I was very right in saying what I said.
Him comparing this to a book, without any reference as to why he was doing so or having any points of depth then finding humor in it to me is not the
more correct ways of handling a situation like this.
I'm not against people trying to figure out what happened.
I am all for that as all of us here are but I am against people being disrespectful to the lost lives and families.
There are plenty of people here discussing what could have and what happened with information they have gotten in a respectable mature matter I don't
think it would be hard for others to follow.
[edit on 1-6-2009 by pop_science]