posted on Aug, 29 2013 @ 02:04 PM
Originally posted by intrptr
reply to post by Springer
This thread began before I was a member and I am sure glad I glanced at it today. I am a "knower", skeptic, debunker.
A "knower" because I have seen one, believing has nothing to do with it.
A skeptic because my experience is rare when compared to other forensics people bring and I use that to differentiate.
A debunker because there is so much obvious poser material that I am increasingly irritated looking through more recent material (like YouTube
Thanks for the polite reminder to remain civil and not poke fun, demean or belittle. I do that sometimes.
You have described me in this post of yours describing yourself all the way down to being a little uncivil yourself at times.
I too apologize for the doing the same however I found to be tough and ask extremely hard questions even to the point of making it look like I
completely disbelieve what I am hearing to see the reaction I get.
I too have had incidents/experiences that leave you in a state of confusion.
Anything I have posted in what could be perceived as disbelief towards another here on ATS is because what they are describing is similar and I can
relate, I ask questions and attack their story as I have my own experiences to try making sense that what I am experiencing isn't psychological but
real to point where evidence can gathered to prove something finally in the field of UFOlogy.
However the evidence is quite elusive.
Many times I believe I have things figured and know a direction in which head to get the ball rolling only to ask one of these tough questions to
myself only to shatter my path and send me back to the drawing board so to speak.
If I am seen as a troll skeptic disbeliever here to simply debunk then so be it.
I believe its the skeptics that are the ones who are most serious about discovering what the hell is going on, yet the word is used by many to try and
take a stab and insinuate you do not believe.
A skeptic probably believes more than believer does because a skeptic is searching for proof so they can prove what they believe in.