as a close-second to the last thread I clicked... something to the effect of "USA strikes China?" (regarding the recent building-fire)... I wouldn't
be surprised if this were the same OP judging by the colorful grammatical structure.
to Cyberspy: I am in full agreement that this thread is ridiculous, however I have to say your reply, to me at least, is overzealously skeptical and
a little over-analytical with a touch too much of sarcastic condescention.
Roswell crash: May or may not have occured, evidence is hardly conclusive either direction after the amount of time that has passed as well as
closed-door situation in that era, not to mention non-existance of technology in terms of media or communication to explore it. It would've been
considerably easier for whomever was in control to 'cover-up' such an incident at such a time period; and all of the 'witnesses' and artifacts from
the 'incident' didn't appear out of thin air... SOMETHING happened... and if it WERE a simple explanation the debate would be long over.
2012: Quite possibly will go the way of Y2K, or quite possibly a credible theory considering the amount of inter-continental alignment of that period
concerning a time of 'great change'. The day has not come yet, and there is an enormous amount of data that could easily lead one to believe in the
possibility. I like I assume most here, have read and watched most credible streams of information regarding the subject, and there is plenty; some,
Moon landing: Plenty, of course... I'm sure the OP is reffering to the landings pre-officially disclosed? The chances of that to me might be likely.
Why not do a test run at the very least before possibly humiliating NASA and the U.S in the middle of a cold war?
Planet X / nibiru: I have only brushed upon the subject... the referral to the celestial anomoly as "wormwood" sends shivers down my spine, however I
cannot speculate whether it exists or does not. I am sure there are plenty of "planet x's" out there, once you give it that title. Supposedly it is
a chunk of earth, suspended in an elongated rotation and returns every so odd thousand years... undedected... I'll admit it is a scary theory, and
sounds scientifically feasible... although I have no idea where this theory came from, other than possibly translated sumerian texts.
At this point i've forgotten what the original post was I am responding to... but that's the jist of my say. The moral of my post, is here we have
the 2 polarities (dangerous) of our community. Extreme skeptic / Extreme believer -
the truth is in the middle
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