posted on Nov, 24 2012 @ 08:13 AM
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
Some people are calling it a hoax. I'm not so sure I'd use that word, since to me in infers intentional deception. I'm not sure but this guy may
actually believe some of his grandiose claims that are different from all other scientists on the planet, and don't agree with observation.
So, instead of a hoax, what do you call it when your elevator doesn't quite reach the top floor?
Did anyone listen to that video? He says he's the only one in the world who understands gravity, and he uses this discovery in medical applications by
treating the patient as if the patient was a galaxy. It sounds like a joke, but he says it in all apparent seriousness. Not only does Keshe's elevator
not reach the top floor, but anybody who finds such nonsense credible should have their own elevator checked.
Amazing. That's exactly what they said about Galileo (or Copernicus). So much so they threw him in jail. He it turns out was right at a time when
everyone else was wrong.
Have you looked taken a hard look at his science and determined he cannot possible be telling the truth ( assuming you fully understand his
If not, perhaps you should. Me, I don't know if he's selling snake oil or not but I do believe that yes, there are things, even big things - (like the
shape workings of our solar system) that we do not have the whole truth about. This fellow could very well indeed be 100% correct and everyone else
could be wrong. True science itself demands that we keep an open mind and not discount such notions simply because, " Every scientists on earth cannot
be wrong" - Oh Yes They Can - just ask Galileo.
edit on 24-11-2012 by JohnPhoenix because: sp