posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 04:40 PM
Originally posted by Char-Lee
Originally posted by rickymouse
reply to post by Char-Lee
Don't believe him, The Current is a dried up fruit, nothing at all like The Onion.
Lol thanks that helps :-) really if you come across a totally believable (unlike this one) article how do people learn which are reliable? Just
experience I assume? is there no place to go check out a source?
I research things in-depth a lot. I go many layers deep and find that lot of what we are led to believe is real in this society is not real. Just
because a lot of people think that something is real means nothing. The funny part, a lot of misapplied scientific backs these things. I look for
motive or possible gain to help me find why. Economic reasons are the major motives for deceptive information. Almost Half of everything that
society touts as real here in America is just belief. The evidence backing these beliefs is misapplied.
Our Disrespect for mother earth is causing major damage, yet the solutions they tout as real mostly attempt at stimulating the economy and don't fix
much. It seems only solutions that raise overall economic value are considered to support.
All phones, even antique phones, cause disruption of neural activity. It is not just cell phones. The government compares cell phone against old
phone safety and says they aren't much different. Every time you stick a magnet or coil by your head it temporarily causes disruption of electrical
activity in the brain. This has been causing health problems for people on the phone a lot for a long time. The problem isn't so much the phone, it
is the fact that people have phones stuck up against their heads too much nowadays.
I can go on and on with the crap that we are led to believe is true, everyone is skirting the truth nowadays. I am not afraid of phones, I just want
to be aware of the truth. Over the last six years, I have been studying the truth of what I once believed. I was a fool to believe so many lies and
to pass on lies to others.