reply to post by ZetaRediculian
This is what I see you doing. The arguments are pretty well documented here. Thats my position. That's my point. If I am wrong, I am wrong. So
far you have not refuted my one and only point. If you want to continue the discussion, just stop with all the histrionics and accusations and show me
where I am wrong. I have been wrong before. It is no big deal. If you can't do that, just ignore me and move on.
I dont care what idiom or word is used... I said you failed at arguing because you simply didn't provide any info what is wrong in the logic I
provided and instead give me a word how it is called, the wikipedia link didn't say it in specific, but I can figure it out myself..
What you probably want to say is that (like previous responses about that logic),
There is no proof it doesn't exist - this is not what I am saying
If this were the case... yes believe magical faeries, spaghetti monster, mermaids (like the videos of Flyrax and Cyrax on YouTube), because no one
proved this doesn't exist. This is a false way to claim existence indeed, but it is as false as being certain it doesn't exist,.
If you look at the part of words by Haisch, that I have in my sig, nothing is sufficient at the moment to claim existence or non-existence...
The point above 'not proven it doesn't exist' is not what I follow at all.. Unlike the magical faeries, spghetti monster, mermaids... where other than
funny youtube videos.. how many alien related cases do you know in comparison?
20 for the spaghetti monster vs 100? There is so much data, cases, encounters, that somehow, you cannot be certain that ALL is a lie, ALL is made
If they wanted to do disinfo with alien stories, why didn''t they do 10-20 cases with aliens, why they keep coming and coming? No forget about blogs
and random stories, I mean the overall number of cases and information (and information that is actually not public yet)
This is not to be certain in anything but it's far not the right thing to say for certainty it exists or not. The example I gave with the Secret base
was that, imagine you have the same amount of info for it, it proves that thinking 'it doesn't exist' can be wrong?
reply to post by Druscilla
Originally posted by Druscilla
The illogical self-deluding, self-trickery of the common believer, combined with a subject awash with an entire ocean full of charlatans, attention
seekers, flat out liars, opportunists, and outright nutters is a far more grave
If we talk about the average believer, I agree with you, and my apology. Though everybody knows that you are a bit biased.
edit on 3-2-2013 by
ImpactoR because: (no reason given)