posted on Aug, 12 2008 @ 09:23 AM
I just read about John Titor. The fact is, it is really horrible for some people with work...family...peers...etc, it is often unbarable to make it
through the day not being able to cognitively sort emotions/relations/whatever. Regardless of profoundly defying reason and logic on a massive scale,
does not make someone wrong. Poeple seek escape; people have hope for something else. However, when a need to validate beyond our understanding,
lashing out with redundant claims that you cannot logically explain to them why they are wrong, when they could not vailidate information likewise, is
the same as having a double negative...no one will win.
Personally, I have a belief/theory that is somewhat beyond logic...do I bring it up to anyone questioning why they are unable to prove me wrong, NO.
The fact is I am working on the theory, and making progress. I would be a sad person the bring other people in on something I cannot explain to be
true, regardless of the logic, without first providing something "tangable" for people to work with.