posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 09:54 PM
Originally posted by Phage
Would a board dedicated to failed predictions be useful in denying ignorance? Similar, but different to the Hoax board, it would allow belly up
prophesies to be collected and preserved for later study.
While it is tempting to call them hoaxes and chuck them into that bin, in nearly all cases they don't really seem to exactly fit that category.
I agree. While I tend to yield to the draw of a doom thread that seems to ring true, I inevitably end up filing said thread failure in my personal
"you're so gullible" hall of shame.
It's a long hall, but that tiny light at the end signifies an evolution from naive believe-everything-you-read gal, to one who researches and sources
everything she reads.
So I've read and participated in epic failures, yes, but I've come away the better for it.
File them away in an organized manner, on a single board? Most definitely. I'd like the reference. How do we know when we're up if we never have