posted on Apr, 5 2011 @ 05:34 AM
Any rational person with the ability to think objectively and without the bias and close mindedness that has been instilled into us from an early age
would say absolutely yes. While our modern science cannot explain it, it certainly exists and will continue to exist when so-called science opens it's
eyes and ears to the possibility (or without the fear of having their funding taken from them).
I say this time and time again because it was considered absolute truth and fact only 150 years ago, and that is we thought flight was impossible and
that speeds in excess of 100mph would rip us to shreds. That's obviously been proven wrong. However, we still have the same arrogance to believe our
science is concrete and will continue to be the same for the rest of human existence.
If one simply cannot trust the enormous about of eye-witness testimony out there and reject it as nonsense, then you have a very unhealthy distrust in
your fellow human being. Or is it simply to appear out-side the established consensus in an effort to feel superior to everyone else?
5-4-2011 by dodgygeeza because: Punctuation