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Originally posted by redoubt
reply to post by BruceEFury
The Types of people in the UFO forum:
Human beings, in all our marvelous diversity.
Anything beyond that is stereotyping and is nothing more than a means to create self-serving classifications for complete strangers.
Originally posted by TXRabbit
Type D personality
The "denier" that no matter what factual evidence or methods are used to prove/disprove their sighting/picture/video, stands by their original assertion that it was unknown or alien. When faced with logic, facts, evidence or proof, their most common retort are phrases like "that's not a credible source", "that person isn't qualified", "because some guy writes about it on a blog doesn't make it so", "GLP doesn't count" and many many more
This forum is dedicated to the discussion of historic and contemporary events related to extraterrestrial encounters, UFO sightings, and speculation about related subjects. Discussion topics and follow-up responses in this forum will likely tend to lean in favor of the existence of extraterrestrials and the related conspiracies, scandals, and cover-ups.
This thread was meant for enjoyment and entertainment purposes, why you would take this seriously is beyond me.
Replies that make fun or otherwise ridicule and demean those posting honest experiences and/or questions will be removed. Members who post such responses repeatedly will be banned.
Believers tend to take the topic and "want" to believe that the
footage or topic shown is real because in there mind it is more exciting for them to believe that
the showing is real other then vice versa. Rather then using evidence to support its authenticity,
they are awed by the thread, some people believe in the fairy more then the tale. And
believers deffinitly fall into that statement.
Originally posted by Destinyone
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
reply to post by SaturnFX
I see your point but sometimes there is no explanation.
I hate talking about it, because it makes me seem delusional, actually it is best not to discuss it.
I totally understand your stance on talking about our experiences. I was offered a regression session with John Lear, turned it down after much consideration. I don't think I could handle that much fear again. To this day, 31 years after that night, I can still taste the dirt in my mouth from trying to dig a hole in the earth to get away.........some things are best left alone.
Originally posted by SloAnPainful
Great topic OP. I would say I fit in the "Believer" myself. I also like to look at it when there are facts present or any kind of evidence.
One thing though..."Actual Aliens"? People actually think real aliens post on ATS? I find that a little hard to believe...But thats just my opinion...
Again great thread. S/F
(Moderatly Balanced People Using Evidence To Decide Autheniticty.)
MBP's can be labeled as the only "real" truth seekers, considering both sides of the field and taking all of the thread's contributors opinions, evidence, speculation, etc into consideration. MBP's tend to be well mannored people and will not take a side but rather stand on evidence, reliable sources,
confirmations, witness reports, etc to support the authenticity of the occuring topic. MBP's aren't commonly found in the UFO section because they have realized there is no hope left within the forum. Only pointless off topic arguments, bogus debunks, and rudeness which in turned caused the topic to slowly get less and less appealing. But when they are found in the UFO forum, there replys and contributions are greatly appreciated. MBP's should be listened to closeley, there information and add-in's are wise and uses all evidence, testimony's, etc. MBP's keep threads on topic and should be highly looked up to. If the MBP's mindstate we're adopted by all of the community. ATS would be a much freindlier and better place.