posted on Feb, 17 2005 @ 06:16 PM
Originally posted by Asia Minor
I don't understand what is the significance of that moon picture. To me it's just a moon. Obsidian, you don't like accepting facts rather, facts
carry the definition of "simply what makes you secure." 5.6 billion year old rocks were found and taken from the moon. In the words of Elijah you
can "take it or let it alone." So far you have given me nothing other than doubt. My case is closed.
[edit on 17-2-2005 by Asia Minor]
You're still not getting it are you? My comment on the above photograph was that it's an intriguing photo, and that I'd like to see some research
done on it to see if it is a photographic anomaly, a freak natural structure, or in fact something not of known origin. It has nothing to do with my
argument on the age of the moon.
I do accept facts. However, logically speaking, for something to be fact, there must be something proving it. In the debate over the age of the
moon, I have proven my statement by providing scientific evidence that checked and rechecked. You, on the other hand, have stated something, claimed
it was fact, and have given no proof that it's true. Therefore, that makes it an opinion, not fact. If you would like to argue semantics, take it
to another thread. If you would like to provide proof of your statement, we're all ears in here.
You can also simply resolve to doubt me. However, I have argued a point with hard evidence to support it. Any intelligent person would accept that
as a valid argument. Your argument on the other hand has yet to have any evidence brought to light to support it, has been "quoted" several times
without evidence, and proves nothing. The only people you are going to convince you're right are the same ones that would believe anything else they
were told, completely blindly.
I'm sorry, but I wish to live in reality. There is a chance that you are right, but without hard fact to back up your statements, I am just going to
dismiss it as a theory. You're entitled. Just remember, theories can always be wrong.
[edit on 17-2-2005 by obsidian468]