posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 12:26 AM
Originally posted by Kandinsky
I wonder what it is that dictates the course threads take? Many that have been posted so far involve a good conversation with no hysterics, nobody
trying the 'shut down' and quite a lot of questions. In contrast, how many more have we seen, or been involved in, that have Mod warnings and lots of
It's like this see?
1) A good thread requires actually reading the evidence...
2) A good thread has a lot of back up material
3) A good thread usually is based on material that is very hard to debunk... which is why they are good threads...
Okay on #1 you lose 50%ish of the people right away
Trolls - well they can't understand the material so they can't troll it and go to the youtube threads
Debunkers - well, it is hard to debunk something when there is a lot of evidence that has stumped people for years so they go to the youtube threads
and hope people will forget about this thread.
Skeptics - well eve they are interested as a possible maybe... so they go to the youtube threads because its a sure thing and they can get lots of
stars. Like Phage did when he first came back
Blind Believers - well they think its cool but really can't add much as it is a well presented case and are not allowed to say "Cool Thread S&F"
without bringing the mod squad down on them
Believers - well they can usually add a few good comments but since there are no trolls to fight back with, they go to the youtube thread to do
Real researchers - well they just made the thread and are waiting for people to see how great it is... only to find business is slow... so they go
make some sensational threads to stir the pot... and hang out in the youtube thread because they are bored waiting
End result GOOD thread run maybe a week and are forgotten, while youtube hoaxed UFO's make international front page news here and in MSM
Did I miss anything?
edit on 25-2-2011 by zorgon because: Chadwickus talked to ArMaP to convince Phage to do it, even though Aliens abducted him