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reply to post by Aleister
"We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are" - Anais Nin
One of my favourite quotes, from a fascinating woman. She ( and I) would agree with you, I think!
Oswald, the Chicago mafia, the cia, the texas moneymen, secret service agents, LBJ, Howard Hunt, the switched coffins and tampered with corpse, the tramps, the guy behind the bush on the knoll, Bush himself, the New Orleans crowd, Joe DiMaggio,...
interesting analogy. I've come to a similar conclusion in life and that's why I've stopped arguing with people (to some degree)
Everyone is correct and everyone is wrong, simultaneously. The only thing that is ever correct is the consensus reality we live in. Other than that, it's either intrinsic or extrinsic activity that shapes our perception.
Only one course of events happened resulting in JFK's assassination.
This is like the universe, a constant. Regardless of whether or not that constant appears differently relative to your position to it, nothing changes, regardless of which theory is ascribed to any event.