posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 11:06 PM
reply to post by HunkaHunka
Yes apologies. Ever heard of them? They work great. You say hey man I was totally wrong I don't know what I was thinking, the internet just has so
many videos nowadays who knows which one is a hoax?
The other people say hey man its alright just realize there is a lot of this and don't be so easily duped by them. I never meant any harm I am just
trying to spread the idea of critical analysis/thinking.
Then we all go on our way, provide constructive criticism to one another if we have something to debate, and voila we deny ignorance.
Jumping to conclusions never works. Sticking with the jumped-to conclusion is just wrong in so many ways especially when you've seen the evidence.
Among all of the other pictures of hoax and evidence of hoax please look at this:
His foot clearly seeps through the computer generated background. No denying it, look at it for yourself, over and over if you need to.
Why do I think he did this?
Truth : I don't know.
Theory : Maybe he put so much time into the project he did not want to be proved wrong.
Theory : Maybe their is money involved aka promo viral video to sell an item
The thing is, I can't tell you its fake in a polite way. Once you are locked on something that you've defended so much you just cannot admit your
wrong. It is a common human trait these days really. Look at government, lies to cover up more lies that covered negligence. Nobody wants to admit to
being wrong. That is the way we humans work. Once you break through the wall of influenced willful ignorance it is hard to go back.
Once you break through that wall, you critically analyze everything important! This trait empowers people with honesty, forgiveness and apology.