posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 11:45 PM
reply to post by davesidious
I'm getting quite tired of you invading this thread, so I'll post even though we've been told not to respond to you.
So Davesidious, if you want to take the skeptic's angle then fine. I'll accept that. I was once a skeptic too. A very serious one at that,
however, I experienced a very frightening event when I was 12 and I'll never forget it, and from that day I've been dedicated to what you would
probably call a pseduo-science.
But the real thorn in the side is this: if you're so adamant about disproving what we are all trying to help woody with, then why don't you go
find/build/steal a laboratory, build a machine capable of capturing a ghost, or at least studying it, and then come back and let us know your
The problem I find with skeptics is the fact that just because it can't be measured scientifically, doesn't mean it doesn't exist or isn't
plausible (it wasn't too long ago that people thought that the universe revolved around us, that the world was flat, and that space flight wasn't
possible). If you think you can do the research better, then, like I said, invent something to document the events in a scientific way.
Unfortunately, it is your counterparts in the scientific community that won't take the time to actually study the phenomenon, figure out how to
document it, and then make it into ACTUAL science. And quite honestly, I think the scientific method should be put under scrutiny again to
accommodate the potential for the existence of things outside of normal human perception.
Each of us in this thread have varied backgrounds, cultures, and even beliefs. However, what unites us is what goes bump in the night, and until the
scientific community takes a long hard look at these events, there will always be people like you to sit here and flame the very notion that there
could be things out there that our little monkey brains just cannot possibly comprehend.
[edit on 19-1-2010 by truthseeker1984]