Originally posted by Turiddu
Wow, seems I hit quite a nerve here.
The only nerve you hit was that of patients towards ignorance. You're yet another poster offering nothing of value to the discussion/debate. You swing
in, discredit the beliefs of others through your own hearsay. And expect that you are correct.
Yes, I am surely "belittling" posters who believe, with absolutely no evidence at all I must add, that a fictional TV show is somehow part of a secret
conspiracy or experiment the government is conducting in order to conceal/disclose/spread "disinformation" about extraterrestrial life which we also
have no evidence for.
This entire paragraph is fundamentally inaccurate. With the exception that you're belittling others who don't share your opinion. (Not to mention
there is plenty of evidence of the true nature of television, you would just refuse to accept it's possibilities. There's also suggestive evidence of
alien "life" through bacterial records but I assume that information is inaccurate as you disagree with it.)
Or no? Perhaps this is the moment of disclosure we all have been waiting for regarding the mystical events that sure to happen in 2012? Or perhaps
this is the way the NWO will tell us the truth about the Reptilians? The possibilities are endless! Do you see the idea here? We have no evidence at
all that this is anything other than a fictional TV show based on the mythology of conspiracies and what not and yet some posters here are treating
this like it is the holy grail of disclosure. Once again this forum revels in religious imagery.
See, you're the one stretching it to things like NWO, Illuminati, 2012, Mystical magical mojo, etc... So that you may liken those you disagree with to
fundamentalists, eliminating the moderate discussion. And labeling anyone you disagree with as essentially, "some crackpot who believes in aliens".
Taking the stance, that only things you're aware of exist is quite asinine. I also don't see anyone trying to turn this into what you're
Let's summarize this...
"Hey 'The Event' may be about disclosure."
"Yeah the possibility that alien life may exist."
- "You think aliens exist?"
"Not necessarily, but there is the possibility
- "Next you'll tell me the world is round."
"The world is round."
- "Wait, the world is round and you're telling me there's a possibility
things I'm not aware of may exist?"
- "You're crazy, it's just a show."
"Yeah, a show about the possibility of alien life existing..."
- "But aliens don't exist."
"How do you know that?"
- "Because I'm not insane."
"Oh so believing in the possibility of something outside of what you know is insanity?"
- "Pretty much."
As for Lexus. They make a fine automobile, the equal or better of German rivals.
[Sidebar: It's also quite obvious you're ignorant to the actual history and uses of the technology behind television. It's far more than "Tesla
created it". Tesla did create it, but the rationale behind why he created it is far more relevant. So is the technical possibilities of the
technology. The science behind it, quite literally interacts with your brain and reprograms your thought processes in real time. However most people
today simply view it for what it is based solely upon the surface of a television "program". We've become quite complacent about how the technology
actually interacts with us.]
edit on 13-9-2010 by mryanbrown because: (no reason given)