posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 01:59 PM
reply to post by mockrock
This is one thing that confuses me about a lot of people on this site. A good majority of you don't seem to trust NASA. Understandable, it's
government run and they do things that don't seem logical. The satellite coming down wasn't handled as well as possibly could have been dealt with,
but in reality if you have a satellite that goes down and is no longer controllable that is amongst 100s of other satellites, it'd be hard to try and
take it out without potentially damaging other satellites. People sit and hate on NASA yet they use graphs and images from NASA. If you don't trust
them why would you rely on anything they put out? Obviously if they are going to hide something from us, they wouldn't allow it to be in their data or
images at all. It seems more like some people on here are far more gullible to their imaginations than to reality. I'm not trying to knock anyone for
their beliefs on what might be occurring and what might not be. It's just odd to use anything from them at all. The trajectory of Elenin it self
proved the alignment theory to be bogus. Now people are pushing the days ahead a day every time something doesn't occur.
Cults make sense. Religions and other cults that bend peoples will to create a society that one might feel is proper is logical to an extent. The doom
sayers though is a new breed of wacky to me that I am very interested in trying to understand. This website has been a nice insight into how this
stuff works for doom sayers. The many failures and the repercussions of the failures are interesting. Specially how people try and explain it away
with different dates and all together different theories. There seems to be a very large lack of evidence and logic involved. Seems like a false
Snaple cap is more than enough to set off a dooms day theory.
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