Originally posted by asala
Can i just put a little reminder here This is not a competition with the chicks, Its a new and happening show from ATS,
There is no competition. [humor] Now, if you would kindly help me pry my lips from your backside, I'll be on my merry way asala. Does anyone have a
tissue or washrag for my nose? .
They are different formats, different styles, different interactions, a broader platform for garnering information. There are differences.
The StreetView project is conducting interviews with people who may not be aware of ATS's existence at all, and people who may be far to occupied with
their daily routines and lifestyles to give much thought to conspiratorial issues.
The Conspiracy Chicks project is conducting interviews with ATS members concerning the threads that are the hottest topics on ATS, and highlighting
the pertinent information in threads that are many pages long.
This is just one of the differences. One project is out amongst people in the most populated city in America asking questions of people on the
street, and collecting peoples opinions and personal insights. One project is in studio conducting interviews with ATS members making thread
contributions that obviously have the attention of many members already inticed and drawn to the conspiracy mindful ATS environment. They are
different ways to collect and dissiminate information from a broader range of demographic, while focussing on the material and events occuring within
a specific timeframe in which the majority of ATSers have found interest in.
Thanks for clarifying this is not a competition, but rather a way to gain a wider perspective of peoples' thoughts and ideas concerning issues that
ATSers have already demonstrated interest in.
The more diverse the group, the closer to the truth their average is. A nobleman during the middle ages once held a competition
to prove how
stupid commoners and peasants actually were. He took his heaviest lifestock to the fair, and let the peasants pay a small fee to guess the weight of
the beast, and the one who guessed it's weight won both the beast, and the collection of coins. No one guessed the correct weight. But upon further
review, when all the guesses where added together and divided by the number of people who guessed, the average was the exact weight of the animal.
Similar experiments/studies have consistently produced the same results over the centuries. The collective of individuals (and the more diverse),
rather than the individual alone, offers more accurate truisms.
Thanks for expanding the diversity of the group dynamics StreetView Team,
John Paul G. , USAF Firedog (retired)
edit on 16-10-2010 by Esoteric Teacher because: this concludes this post. no, seriously, you can stop reading this now. That is