posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 08:02 AM
One conclusion I have arrived at is that there are some people who want to believe in almost anything "different" because of their mindset. There
are others that strongly suspect there are large numbers of conspiracies, and if something sounds at least reasonable, they will go with that. There
are some that are curious about the "real" conspiracies, and wait around for the more logical and coherent posts. There are some people here who
are very knowledgeable, educated, highly-trained, who wade through all of the "junk" because occassionally there are "nuggets" that are discussed.
There are others who specifically wait for opportunities to "put down" others, and prefer to do so in demeaning methods. Then there are the true
disinformation people, probably paid by the Government, and other entities, who intentionally derail anything that threatens to reveal any of the
important information that is presented, if they feel it is a "theat" to actual conspiracies.
When any post is made, you must realize the broad spectrum of people who will read it, and respond according to their own "agenda." The responses,
then, must be seen in this light.
I can honestly say that if Albert Einstein himself came on this site, and posted an anonymous, clear explanation of a known scientific fact, there
would be those here who would ridicule him.
With an open forum as this is, expect that ever post will have someone who supports it, someone who opposes it, and most who will ignore it unless it
fits into their "realm" of interest.
Life is life.