Originally posted by OccamsRazor04
Originally posted by GoOfYFoOt
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
Perhaps, your analogy would equate to comparing a bunch of inbred hillbillies to a sequestered city of rocket scientists?
Could they exist on our planet if they were simply smarter than us? Or, perhaps, have command of matter, beyond what we have discovered to date?
I mean, I know we keep telling ourselves that we are the pinnacle of knowledge on this rock, but...What if we aren't?
What if we are the ants, scurrying around repairing our grand structures as one "act of God after another" keeps tearing them down, and they own the
Just a thought...
Let's stick to facts, as "what if" is pointless.
Wow...If "what ifs" were pointless, science would not exist!
First off, I never said that there are 15,000 hairy mountain men running around North America! I didn't even say there were 1,500 of them. But,
perhaps, if they do exist, their intelligence is why they keep their numbers, low. And, perhaps, their intelligence is why they are yet to be proven.
Heck! While we're at it, perhaps, their intelligence is so great, that they have the ability to shroud the possibility of their very existence, from
the thoughts of mere men?
The FACTS are, thousands of people have been seeing these creatures in remote places on this planet for thousands of years. Believe it or not, there
are some groups of people, who don't fear and/or dismiss anything that they don't understand. Native americans, accepted these beings, as part of
their world. And, as such, were able to share a broader understanding of them.
Only a narrow, scared, little mind, could deny the existence of something, simply because it hasn't been proven. History is full of cases of new-found
This technology that everyone describes, that should be capable of sniffing out every single lifeform on the planet in only a few minutes, has only
been available for a few years. And, apparently, there aren't enough people out looking for Squatch, to satisfy the naysayer's timetable.
Have you ever even been in a remote forested area, before? Do you know first-hand why you don't play hide-n-seek, in the dark, out there? Let me
explain, in case you don't. It's dense. It's dark. Even in broad daylight, some vast areas are very dim. The terrain is not conducive to travel, let
alone exploration. You could walk through an area 50 times, and completely miss something extraordinary...Here, let me make it easy for you...Have you
ever been driving around in your own town, and seen something that you have never noticed before? A building or shop, or shortcut? And to think,
you've probably driven past it a hundred times? Right there in your own backyard?....huh, go figure! Now, apply it to the woods, and to something that
isn't advertising, and perhaps doesn't want to be seen!!!
Sorry, but I must quantify your oxymoron of a statement. You don't "combat" facts. Facts are facts. They are the part of a discussion that aren't
discussed, because they are already agreed upon. In the real world, people discuss things that they don't understand. This way, due to a sharing of
ideas, it's quite possible for each participant, to come away from a discussion with more knowledge, and usually more questions, than they had
beforehand. This facilitates the learning process. And, allows us to examine the "facts" and fill in the blanks, and assimilate those thoughts and
theories into our knowledge base, giving us a more balanced sense of purpose.
And as a comatose diety who dreams, you should know that!....
edit on 9/3/2012 by GoOfYFoOt because: spelling