posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 10:21 AM
reply to post by milkyway12
Absolutely, and in general, both on small scales and in large, we put far too much stock in our own opinion. In many of my chats with people, I hear
the same phrase over and over again: "I don't know anything about that, but I think..."
All throughout our history, the people who were eventually proven to be completely wrong were the people who believed what was told to them. Our
"official" answers have always been wrong, usually because we've been missing an important piece of the puzzle we hadn't considered.
It's always the people who have challenged the impossible, considered the unthinkable, who have made the real breakthroughs, the real discoveries.
You don't believe it's possible for man to fly? You're never going to invent the airplane.
I remember reading on this site someone who said that their father or uncle or somebody had said to him that we kept on drawing the oil out of the
earth at the rate we are now, sooner or later we'd discover what it's actual purpose was. It's possible that's what's going on now.
It's also possible that the big noisy weather machines running all around the world are what's causing the noise, if those machines exist. The
technology exists, it is possible, all that's needed is the resources to make them and the lack of ethics to use them, and that makes the big
corporations a prime suspect. And since the crazy weather is messing with food crops, especially those trying to grow their own food to avoid GM
foods in the supermarket, I think I know which corporations are the head of that list of suspects.