Since you have made 2 claims: 'kalliope knows the woman in ray gun photos' & 'Meier predicted WW3', you have the burden of proof to back them up
otherwise there is no difference between believer and you. It seems you do not have any evidence for that and are evading the issue. I will be waiting
for your evidence if any exists.
Originally posted by Jay-morris
reply to post by mahigitam
There is no evidence that meier predicted anything. What we have are documents released after the event had taken place, and these so called
predictions that happened way in the future are rubbish too.
Typical Blind believer who avoids plenty of supporting evidence. Do you think you can defend your stance on this one. Suppose there was a
corroboration scale(1, 2 & 3) prepared based on the content value & verifiability factor in the CRs. Say 1 on scale contains vauge information, 2 on
scale contains some extra relevant information and 3 on scale contains very specific information(like date, topic, person, copyright books..). Now
there happens to be somuch information that relates to scale values 1, 2 & 3. Mostly what happens with the biased believers is that their eyes can
only see value 1 info and disregard the value 3 info. If you want value 3 info, check this out.
5,100 Year-Old Iceman Proves Meier UFO Contact Case True!
I suggest you read this
Read the link i posted. If you still believe his predictions hold water, then you are always going to believe that.
I actually have read it and found several mistakes and fallacies. If you want to debate any part present in that page, the choice is yours. I also
suggest you to read www.theyfly.com...
Isnt it important to read both sides of the story and most importantly do our own
As an example take
IIG: "It is not believed that Io was once covered in water. The possibility was suggested in 1979 to explain the appearance of Io....Meier's incorrect
information again matches incorrect information reported in the media."
Another ridiculous assumption. Meier allegedly published the information in CR 115, October 19, 1978. He may have possibly published in Semjase(First
Edition, 1977-1982) before March 1979.The 'Ocean hypothesis' on Io was not entirely striked out & is still considered among scientists.
EVIDENCE FOR SOLID WATER FOUND ON JUPITER'S MOON IO
The Chance for Life on Io
"Computer models suggest Io formed in a region around Jupiter where water ice was plentiful. Io's heat, combined with the resulting possibility of
liquid water, could have made life plausible. There must have been quite a lot of water on Io
shortly after formation, judging from the amount
of water ice on Europa and Ganymede..."
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