posted on Aug, 10 2010 @ 07:42 PM
reply to post by Drexon
I have a question, and this question is not limited to you.
Why is it the only thing that we think of when we're trying to find proof of something amazing, is whether the scientist or the person involved, is
RICH, FAMOUS, OR A SUPERSTAR? Why does a person need an elevated status amongst the rest of the monkeys of the world in order for them to have
something of merit? And, what makes you think that he craves superstar status?
Einstein wasn't a superstar until he created something that could be used for purposes of DEATH. Even when he was postulating "General
Relativity," he didn't have a world renowned status, and mind you...this was a guy who failed mathematics in high school. So, everyone starts off
as a nobody my friend. And, even if this particular scientist never discovers something amazing from this skull, at least he had the balls to try.
Here's the big question. Why haven't other mainstream scientists taken this up as a project? It would seem rather beneficial to know why a skull
would be so incredibly different than the standard skull of the homosapien.
My guess is this. Even if he absolutely discovers that this skull is extraterrestrial by nature, mainstream science will do everything to disavow his
findings because of the risks involved, and how our sheep-like society views anything that may be from outside of our tiny and insignificant
It amazes me how many people seem to think that the cosmos is completely separate from the earth, when the earth spins, rotates, and revolves in the
vastness of infinity.
Small thinkers equates to small minds. (This is not an insult to you.)
Namaste and Love
[edit on 10-8-2010 by PsychoX42]