posted on Sep, 12 2012 @ 04:38 PM
reply to post by pryingopen3rdeye
You're always going to get beaten with a psychological stick trying to encourage people to think about alternative interpretations and methods of
physics...most possessing learning of current paradigms, unfortunately simply can't bear to contemplate they have become proficient in an inferior
understanding of the workings of things and so they reject it out of hand.
Always have, and always will. Cognitive Dissonance, is the technical term...i call it delusional arrogance, but what it's called and why it happens
is pretty much unimportant...it's the norm for our species it seems.
It takes a certain special kind of person to actively imagine a radically different approach to the way things could be engineered tomorrow, and go
ahead along the path that may or may not bear fruit.
It takes a very average kind of person to imagine they are at the absolute zenith of all possible discovery and knowledge and strive to support their
own inferior position and so maintain the quagmire of dogmatic science and teaching.
You'll continue to be attacked i'm afraid, as will anyone else who cares to infringe upon intellectual vanity of the 'learned average' and the
self-imposed straight-jacket of dogmatic science. Your grammar will be picked apart, a typo here or there will be smugly pointed out as if to somehow
prove you're 'not worthy', circular expressions and arguments will be endlessly displayed by the parrot fraternity, and you'll only see brief
glimpses of honest appreciation of your ideas and concepts.
Good luck with your thinking and any experiments, real world or not, successful or not....humanity needs many more like you, and a lot less of the
average types, however intelligent and educated they may or may not be.
Mr. and Ms. Average thinker will more than likely never do anything of true merit to humanity, naturally, though rarely an individual here and there
may stumble upon some discovery or other by accident, but only the free thinkers and the dreamers throughout history are likely to make the truly
great discoveries that have a profound affect upon us and our world..that's why we remember only a comparative few of them from our past.