posted on Jan, 3 2010 @ 01:52 PM
I don't know Phage, but I learned of his name after the Norway lights event. Here is my issue with him though. Everyone was like, "Phage, Phage!
Come explain this ish that NOBODY knows about" Right...
Now, as someone has already stated, this guy or gal is just a person like you and me or most of us anyway. how in the hell do people just
automatically assume he can explain some ish that has only been seen like ONE time in China?
He came on claiming that infact, "it is a faulty rocket launch", "just look at Russias scheduled rocket launches". Right, ok, that's a great
idea, because once the official story comes out there's no way anyone could have changed things to support the story... right?
So my point is simple in this case, he didn't know a damn thing about that event and neither did anyone else on here. Then there are the quantum
physicist, the scientific minds, not the celebrity stars of ATS that offered scientific explanations. The ones who scoured the internet and their
truly intelligible minds for an answer. Did Phage mention HAARP? I think not, he mentioned a goddamn misfired rocket just like Yahoo!.
Did he mention torsion field energy? Nope... I don't think so. Then there's the small problem... I'm no physicist so how do I know THAT'S the
I don't, but it's like putting your money on the economic recovery based on some ish you read in the SUN publication rather than a new update from
Peter Schiff. Why would you? So here you have few physicist claiming the Norway spiral was caused by manipulated torsion energies, and the you have
Phage claiming a misfired rocket... yeah. Go Phage fans.
My entire point is not that he doesn't know anything, but rather that he is a personality on ATS who gathers information based off GOOGLE searches
just like you and me. He just happens to be a little bit faster are adept at it. Then you have scientific minds who can explain things... and correct
me if I'm wrong, but he is no scientist.
So the question is, "why do people defend an opinion based on a persons internet research"? And why do people get so damn upset when a sound mind
comes along and says, "hey, what the hell? This guy doesn't have PHD, or a masters degree in everything!" So why assume he knows anything? Maybe
he's just a speed reader...
People should remain skeptical of people who CLAIM to have the answer, especially when the answer is one which they didn't devise or research
Power to the answers, and even more power to the skeptics.
"We can only know the truth upon experience"