posted on Oct, 12 2012 @ 01:40 PM
Originally posted by Sinny
Council of foreign relations, and no, I highly doubt there was any point in time that particular think tank was a neutral or positive conception...
Going from the works of scholars such as john coleman.
Exactly, scientific evidence, there's plenty of it in abundance, so why is he ignoring it?
Sagan was an unfortunate victim of the herd mentality so carefully cultivated and locked-tight by modern academe. Every time he ever started to
possibly think outside the box, I bet his hands got clammy and his CFR OCD probably started acting up.
Sagan spoke in superlatives and with conviction even though he, like most, had to know that we don't know Jack when it comes to an infinite
ETA: speaking of "cold hard facts" was it fairies that flew over the Whitehouse in '52?
I used to like that case too, but there's actually some pretty good evidence to suggest it was a test put on by our own Defense Dept to try out
However, Lady Sin, if it were a truly anomalous event...what you got against "fairies?" E.T. may not need to phone home. At least not long distance.
Maybe they've been here with us all along.
But Sagan, yeah, Baaaaaad Sagan, baaaaaaad.