posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 01:02 PM
reply to post by tinker9917
There's a lot going on right now that people are concerned about. Remote viewing has been around for a long time now, but initially was used for
military intelligence. Now that it's out in the real world, it doesn't seem to hold much weight in the scientific community. I'm not surprised.
The scientific community has spent a lot of time on their education and subsequent research; it's practically their lives. They have a set way of
thinking, and that's ok, we need them to be objective. Subjective work such as remote viewing must seem like charlatanism to them, at least for the
most part. Still, if there's any insight to gain from it, it has the potential to be of extreme value. I feel the two will keep their sides of the
I have to wonder though, if the ancients weren't aware of such things and derived some of their beliefs from this or similar methods. Many of the
ancient texts have been right on the money about things we're only today finding out.
As far as the results were concerned about the creation of the asteroid belt, it's still just speculation without further study; at least in my mind.
I wouldn't be surprised if something did explode in that area, or was struck by some inbound object. It obviously happens elsewhere in space, and
with that in mind, I'm actually glad that people with open minds are trying to find out the truth. Our future as a species may depend on it.