reply to post by Bluesma
understood. Everyone has their own way in coping with experiences outside their level of understanding or control.
Some will need to 'do' something. Others choose to try ignoring. Still, others will attempt to fight, and others will ask questions,
investigating, while others will run away.
These are common reactions to any number of things, many several reactions are laid out in the current model for stages of grief; denial, anger,
bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
These reactions are how we cope with anything, on many levels.
in cases such as yours, the mechanism for coping is put into overdrive, so, you get these extreme reactions of denial, anger, and such very similar to
In some cases, though, there are those who's coping mechanism is to ask questions, and never stop digging, to do something, stay busy, and on-target,
to confront, claim, and 'defeat', by whatever means the cause of the problem.
'Deafeat' doesn't necessarily mean physical violence, but, more resolution oriented in favor of the resolution seeker.
It's for those that need, or can find fulfillment in focusing on doing something I suggest such solutions.
It's an important subject, and those who experience it seem to be victims. If this is some victimization occurring, the more data collected from
active volunteers, the closer we can come to understanding what is occurring, and even preventing it.
If, by some interesting chance these events are orchestrated by aliens, then, by probing the limitations of whatever technology is in use, we can
eventually bring them into accountability by turning the tables, and dragging the sneaky buggers out into the light of day.
If, that is, it's aliens, or some other kind of corporeal intelligence, robotic, biomanufactured, or what.