reply to post by GeminiSky
I applaud your intention to formulate an atmosphere of open discussion. I for one like yourself believe that in a world of true conspiracies,
sometimes leads, clues or evidence can sometimes be found among those that others might consider less than credible or certified to give informed
A true investigative mind would understand this and would then create an environment where open discussion could assist those that can process or
understand the information that those less trained might not consider important.
Discounting someones far fetched ideas because they have no evidence or no scientific ability to communicate what they saw or experienced is why
having open discussion on focused subjects is to me a great idea. If it has merit it will show so with or without such a persons testimony. I just
believe that many investigations are less than thorough because they ignored those that someone considered "LITTLE" people.
For that I applaud you.Too often, those without academic credentials are relegated to the back of the room when in a quest for information or in some
investigation, all eyes and ears are equally important.
Even the most dullest of average persons can sometimes possess a piece of the puzzle. We just have to listen for the most part and almost anything
that encourages that process is a good idea in my book.
Being credible is a good thing, but someone who has seen or experienced something unusual, that is when being able to just discuss it and answer
questions that others might have can be useful to those that can capture the information and then process it, filter it and come up with useful data
that can be used by those professionals that require a more chain of evidence type of process where things are recorded and or monitored in a more
scientific and controlled environment.
The process is indeed a noble quest. I for one can tell you that openness bothers many because it does not bring forth any scientific evidence as
much as just bringing "AWARENESS" and a lot of information to the surface. Being able to filter the information is a given.
Anyone that undermines this effort is the nay sayer type and if I have learned anything is that they are everywhere. Sometimes even proving your
point is not sufficient for these types.
They live to deny and they live to undermine others. While they may claim they are keeping the system honest or playing devils advocate, I for one
can tell you that these types are never satisfied and as such, I just ignore those ignorant enough to question the process of questioning.
Anyway, count me in. I think you have a good and decent idea. I can open think about any subject if given some data to consider or data to compare.
I love to think out of the box and anyone that knows me, knows that's one of my greatest strengths. I like others do not have to be an expert to
give my opinion and if that opinion helps someone, so be it.
Tag me as willing to "Think Outlandish" on any subject matter. Let the games begin.