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Originally posted by otherdimension
Originally posted by MORBlD
reply to post by CapnCaveman
shapeshifters are not real period
why would you say that
your being very ignorant with that statement
what do you, a mortal human whos on this world for 70/80/90 years know about a word thats billions of years old, of which 97 per cent of the world are you cant EVEN SEE because the human eye cant see dark matter
seriously think before you speak!
Originally posted by Visiting ESB
Ok, moderators, why isn't this in the trash bin? I'm really starting to question your credibility. There is NOTHING wrong with the reporter. This video and thread belongs there. I've heard of active imaginations but this one takes the cake. Her hair is flowing down her neck and creates the illusion that her neck is "shapeshifting." And her teeth had a gap since the start of the video...edit on 28-2-2011 by Visiting ESB because: Add something
The ATS Back To Basics Campaign
This is a new initiative kicked off by this Skunk Works forum to have a dedicated place for ATS members to engage in speculative conspiracy theory discussions of all topics, angles, and targets. Our regular ATS forums have long since evolved into excellent zones of critical thinking and analysis that often either reveal or discredit many conspiracy theories. This attribute of ATS is certainly an important factor of our growth as we're the largest "alternative topic" discussion board by a major factor.
However, the skeptical and often intense nature of our regular forums can often be an intimidating environment for members with conspiracy theories based on more loosely connected tidbits of information (or even pure speculation) than is typically expected of posts in our main forums. Skeptical analysis and fact checking is certainly a cornerstone in the art of "Denying Ignorance", however, as the wonderful Mr. Einstein once said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." The true denial of ignorance must also include and often embrace even the most fanciful exaggerations of possibilities in order to understand and explore the upper limits of what might be possible.