posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 10:33 AM
reply to post by Unity_99
I've been reading this thread and avoiding posting, simply because I knew what kind of response a lot of it would get from certain
sections of ATS membership, and frankly, I can't be bothered with it. It's not possible after a particular type of poster gets involved to have any
kind of creative, or even reasonable discussion, as they seem to come in with minds and imaginations (if they actually possess imaginations) firmly
shut. Internet arguments like that are essentially unwinable.
Our capacity to create, investigate, imagine, think forward, imagine the currently unimaginable is what makes us human.Even if it sounds dead silly or
even downright stupid, it should be explored. It's part of the gift we have been given. It has nothing to do with IQ (please don't make me flash my
Mensa card at you) or lack of it, but some of us just seem to be wired differently, and some of us are trying to work out why.
Personally, what winds me up more than everything, are the bad manners. Some people *really* need to realise that you will generally get more out of
people with honey than vinegar, and no matter how right you consider yourself to be, being bolshie about it wont get you far. It just turns people off
you, and anything useful you might have to say.
Back on topic....disturbance in the force eh? We've been talking about this for a good while now, in various places here. All I can add from my
personal experience is that there is something happening right now, an event that started a few days ago, maybe April 2nd, and I don't know what it
is. I suspect geological, although maybe that's just part of it, and there maybe be other layers and events on top of that, possibly political. I'm
not into making predictions, I'm just noting what I feel. Check the Earthquake prediction thread if you're more interested. Whatever this event is,
we haven't seen it surface yet, and I don't know if that description is metaphorical or not. Something, somewhere, has already shifted and we
haven't seen it yet.