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#1 Given what we know of Universes far older than our own, how probable would it be to not find life and for those lives to have not far exceeded our own technological maturity and traveled to this planet if not already here and responsible for keeping this planet alive?
If you were put in a position to come face to face with a species which was not human, what would your first reaction/ response be?
With everything you have learned from Alien propaganda through main stream media, do you still believe what that faction tells you about each type of Alien species, forinstance the Greys, Reptillian, Angelic, beautiful humanoid, and the rest or do you think you will remain neutral until confronted with something perhaps completly unexpected to trust your own intuition?
“Why the big secret? People are smart, they can handle it.”
“A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky, dangerous animals, and you know it.”
-Agent J & Agent K, Men In Black.
Other skeptics in the 1980s argued the photo was that of an Otter or a diving bird, but after Christian Spurling's confession most agree it was what Spurling claimed – a toy submarine with a sculpted head attached. Details of how the photo was accomplished were published in the 1999 book, Nessie – the Surgeon's Photograph Exposed, that contains a facsimile of the 1975 article in The Sunday Telegraph. Essentially, it was a toy submarine bought from F.W. Woolworths with a head and neck made of plastic wood, built by Christian Spurling, the son-in-law of Marmaduke Wetherell, a big game hunter who had been publicly ridiculed in the Daily Mail, the newspaper that employed him. Spurling claimed that to get revenge, Marmaduke Wetherell committed the hoax, with the help of Chris Spurling (a sculpture specialist), his son Ian Marmaduke, who bought the material for the fake, and Maurice Chambers (an insurance agent), who asked surgeon Robert Kenneth Wilson to offer the pictures to the Daily Mail.
In his Discourse on the Method, he attempts to arrive at a fundamental set of principles that one can know as true without any doubt. To achieve this, he employs a method called hyperbolical/metaphysical doubt, also sometimes referred to as methodological skepticism: he rejects any ideas that can be doubted, and then reestablishes them in order to acquire a firm foundation for genuine knowledge.
Initially, Descartes arrives at only a single principle: thought exists. Thought cannot be separated from me, therefore, I exist (Discourse on the Method and Principles of Philosophy). Most famously, this is known as cogito ergo sum (English: "I think, therefore I am"). Therefore, Descartes concluded, if he doubted, then something or someone must be doing the doubting, therefore the very fact that he doubted proved his existence. "The simple meaning of the phrase is that if one is skeptical of existence, that is in and of itself proof that he does exist."
" methodological skepticism: he rejects any ideas that can be doubted, and then reestablishes them in order to acquire a firm foundation for genuine knowledge."
How is it using logic when skeptics deny even the very Astronauts who stood to lose everything by coming forward with personal evidence and personal experiences which went into almost Spiritual levels from their reports? Why do you suppose the scales of balance are so offset these days with seemingly many more skeptics of negative and unmoving mindset than ever before even though many more witness's are coming forward to push some truth from the Gov.s?
Do you know of a single skeptic who has proven the non existence of Extraterrestrial Life on Earth?