posted on May, 6 2010 @ 09:57 AM
Now, we have two options.
Everyone can dog pile on the OP to say, "We knew it! You were wrong!" which will, by that time of course, be absolutely self-evident, and thus
pointing it out will solve nothing.
Everyone who outright believed the OP's original message (including True-seer) can learn from this experience and grow as a consequence, and those
who doubted from the outset can refrain from (in my opinion) unproductive victory cries, which might serve only to deepen the divisions between
so-called believers and so-called skeptics. For in reality, we all want the same thing (the truth) and I am not so naive or arrogant as to believe
there is nothing left for me to learn. Quite the contrary - I will be wrong many more times in my life. I will believe things that turn out to be
completely wrong. In fact, that is the history of our entire species! So, as none of us are wholly immune (it's just a matter of the degree) we
probably really need to be cooperating for each-other's mutual enrichment and improved knowledge in my opinion.
You can all, of course, choose which of the two above scenarios you wish to adhere to for yourself. Personally, I'm going with #2.