posted on May, 20 2012 @ 01:45 AM
I wish we could just drop this subject altogether, seeing as it is a waste of time. Shape-shifters DO NOT exist. Every single piece of evidence
presented in support of these claims can easily be explained away, usually extremely easily. This seeming transformation in the videos is nothing more
than pixelation or distortion.
It has to do with the colors involved. You can even tell that it is not just on the person's face, but their clothes, and sometimes even on objects
behind them. This should be clear proof that this is just distortion. Which is more likely? That they are shape-shifting aliens, when neither have
been proven to exist and have no credible evidence to support them, or it is distortion caused by the technology in use, which IS proven to exist and
happens all the time?
This really is just common sense people. These ideas have been built by paranoid minds over time, and it pains me to see so many people regurgitating
false information, because it is a vicious cycle. A believer convinces another person, who in turn convinces 4 more, and it never ends. And the most
baffling part is that this happens without any independent verification on the believer's part.
There will be people in this thread who are convinced by the evidence posted, and this is terrible. The first thing one should logically do is attempt
to debunk anything and everything that seems out of place. But it seems that most people seek out the weirdest junk and use it as proof. So instead of
attempting to debunk their own ideas, which actually validates them if they are indeed true, they skip this part and go straight for the
pseudo-validation that is based on misinformation.
No one likes to be wrong, and apparently no one likes to actually take the time and do the work of researching a subject...It is much easier to just
believe what others present, because it is in a nice little video, or short and easy to understand text, instead of thinking for oneself and actually
reading from sources that have a track record of telling the truth. Truth is not an opinion, therefore just because one believes something is true
does not make it so objectively, only subjectively. And subjective truths build a wall between a person's mind and reality, while objective truth
connects minds. I impressed myself with that sentence. I think I am going to quote myself in my signature, lol.
Look, I don't mean to bash anyone. I just get frustrated because I know you are wasting your time and going in the wrong direction. I really am
trying to help. Me helping others actually helps me, because that means there are more people looking into the real issues. We have so many real
issues on earth that it is pointless to invent issues that originate in space, or some imaginary civilization. But there is truth in some crazy ideas.
Atlantis for instance, lol. It is either located on Santerini, OR, my personal opinion, is that it is located beneath the mudflats in southern Spain.
This is extremely likely, if it existed at all.
I use that as an example because of the evidence. There is actually only one piece of evidence, which originated from Plato. So either he was telling
a literal tale, or was presenting it as a moral lesson. That is pretty cut and dry, and there is not that much room for error. You're either right or
wrong about its existence. But do you guys see all this modern day stuff about Atlantis, with crystal cities, aliens, advanced technology, etc? This
is that painful pitfall of imaginations convincing others that their delusions are facts, instead of presenting them for what they really are,