posted on Aug, 16 2012 @ 06:37 AM
Is the OP lying and deceiving us, I don't know but it does remind me of a friend i used to have and his story is somewhat similar. Without any
significant education he decided he was a physics genius and declared he'd resolved electromagnetism and gravitational theory to come up with a "grand
He was very secretive with his notes that he kept in a black binder. One day I went round to see him and as he was out of the room making tea i
couldn't help myself and had a look at his theory. Unsuprisingly it was all gibberish, think Jack Nicolson's novel in The Shinning. He later had some
kind of breakdown, went into rehab, and came out embarrased about his "writtings, settled down, became a security guard, got hitched and had a
So when someone makes extraordinary claims about anything it requires extraordinary proof to convince the sensible that something real is going on.
True geniuses are quite rare but liars, hoaxers and conmen are vastly more common. It's no wonder we're all suspicious after seeing one sketchy video,
the OP's attitude isn't exactly helping either.
edit on 16-8-2012 by Hopeforeveryone because: (no reason given)