Originally posted by zatara
-1) Certain knowledge in the sciences is being filtered out and not taught in the educational system..?
If we were to keep up with sciences in depth the textbooks would have to be re-written constantly. We discover new things all the time and change our
ideas and theories constantly. I'm not talking about the stronger theories we have, but even then, we would have a lot to learn if we included
alternate theories, and taught everything properly.
People complain that school is hard as it is, children complain about the amount of homework, and parents complain that their children's grades are
not at the top of the class.
The problem is not filtering, it is the educational system period. It is the schools, the underfunding of them, the under paying of the teachers and
they way things are taught. School should be considered fun, but yet it is not associated to anything of the like, children dread it, and in their
minds school equals learning. So, we teach our kids from a young age to consider learning dreadful.
School should be taught per student, they should be allowed to study what they choose. Don't get me wrong there should be a basic guideline of what
everyone should know, but as kids invested time learning what they wanted learning would become easier and more enjoyable, making them learn quicker
and giving them the desire to learn more.
I could go on forever about what's wrong with the school systems, they are being filtered, but not for the reasons people think.
-2) There were other highly developed civilisations before ours...
This concept is quite possible. Look at the conditions of the ancients structures in modern days, in 20,000 years with no maintentience would they
even be recognizable? Lots of civilizations could have come to pass that we cannot tell of or have not found any evidence of yet. Time heals all
wounds, and if we disappeared off the planets tomorrow, very little would remain of us after a few tens of thousands of years, and I am sure it would
be tough to find if you didn't know where to look.
-3) Cropcircles are (somehow) man made.
Some are, there have been people who have said and proven that have done some of them, but some are so intricate and perfectly designed as well as
having other anomalies at the site, that more questions are raised. The field is so skewed at this time because even if the people didn't make a
certain crop circle, they can take credit for it and maybe become famous.
Perhaps inter dimensional beings or crafts are a possibility.
-4) UFO's (as we know them) are flown by creatures who originate from other solar-sytems.
This is a hard one to answer... If an alien race was going to come visit the would send drones, just as we do, so yes they could originate from other
solar systems, as they could from our own. To think there is not super advanced species out there on other planets million of years more advanced than
us is quite silly, would they come visit us? Some people spend tons of money and fly halfway around the world to see certain animals in their habitat,
so if we would do it, why wouldn't aliens?
I think our view on life is narrow to say the least. Everything is life... We we part of a star once, everything was, so we are living and we were
part of the star, does that mean the star was living? We consider Rocks to be non living, but yet they will get ground down throughout time, become
soil and nutrients and feed us through plants, which are living.
-5) Some people in high places have contact with entities from an other dimension (demons?).
I do not believe in anything like demons or gods so I cannot exactly answer the question. I know one thing... if there is such thing as 'evil' those
are the people whoi would associate that word with. Or self centered.
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