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Posted:4/16/2015 11:45:26 PM
A very interesting idea. Do elaborate.

Posted:4/2/2015 11:22:41 PM
Someone was asking if there are any books about deathbed visions of loved ones etc. I'm sure there are plenty, but here's a specific example in case anyone is interested:

Posted:4/2/2015 11:12:15 PM
Let's not get too much into the 'intelligence guiding humanity/God' thing. Better looking cans of worms to open. :)
Though some sources have suggested that there's an intelligence (multiple intelligences?) behind E.T., UFO's etc that loves to screw with people. Might be the Cosmic Trickster, a group or groups of aliens etc. Interesting thought.
And I suppose there's the possibility of some guidance. UFO tech seems to be just a little ahead of ours at the time, which might be a kind of pointer. A lot of great people involved in science and tech have commented about mysterious inspirations, dreams, visions etc, or pointed out that cultures greatly separated seemed to get basically the same ideas for some reason.

Posted:3/19/2015 4:11:23 PM
>I see your point.However,solid stand up in court kind of hard evidence is all I ask.

I don't blame you. Trust me, I'd be thrilled at a 'ID4 scenario' about now. Anything. Just for gods' sakes let's have something undeniable happen, so we can keep arguing motives and everything else but remove the 'is there anything unusual going on in the first place' question from the table! Unfortunately, 'solid stand up in court' kind of hard evidence seems like a lot to ask at this point. Especially if there is an active intelligence behind it that does its dead-level best to keep that evidence out of our hairless-monkey hands.
Frankly, I'm inclined to agree with a quote from The Mothman Prophecies: "make him look like a nut" is the battle cry of the whole phenom.

>Oh and by the way loser 17 is not feckin happy!

LOL well too bad for him. He's too closed-minded about potential evidence, so forget him :)

Posted:3/5/2015 10:41:04 PM
>Why have we not had convincing evidence of anything paranormal caught by the millions of people who own these devices?

OK, what's convincing? To who? If I'm convinced, no guarantee you will be. If we're both convinced. no guarantee loser17 on Youtube will be. Where do you share this stuff if you want it to be seen? Facebook? Youtube? Some little-visited paranormal site? Good luck bringing 'convincing evidence' out into the open, and even if you do people will just post 'fake' and move on. It's not like there's a certifiably reputable, well-known scientific investigation team or site who collects all the good stuff.

>If anything the number of reported paranormal sightings have decreased in recent years.

Sounds like propaganda. I haven't seen a decrease, I've seen an increase from browsing various paranormal sites. Yet, you hear things like "Where are the UFOs? There're practically no reports anymore" and "not a shred of evidence" (again, according to who? What's evidence anyway?) I think there's an active propaganda machine that puts this stuff out, and people buy it, because who has time to investigate anything anymore? The mainstream news doesn't verify the daily tragedies, much less look into UFOs. Just tell people there's nothing to see and move on, what are they going to do, look for themselves?

Posted:12/11/2014 7:10:08 PM
bobprin and Jaxerback, I understand both of your points.

Paranormal research is a constant search for rock-solid evidence that it often seems as though the phenomena itself (themselves?) actively evades. There are ghost stories, for example, from every corner and time, but at the very least you need to be in the right place at the right time, looking the right way, and who knows what else.

And even if you think you've got something, you have to rule out other possibilities, and ultimately all you have left is a question mark. It is probably the most frustrating field there could possibly be, and the advent of exceedingly good digital editing and insane amounts of hoaxing have made progress nearly impossible. Instead of proof, photos are automatically dismissed as fakes, or just show something completely undetermined like an odd mist.

Personal experience is always questionable, because there are liars, the insane and the simply misled to consider, and science has proven our own senses deceive us quite often, making evidence even harder.

That said, I find it odd that words like 'hallucination' and 'temporal lobe seizure' are thrown out more as excuses to dismiss a report by armchair skeptics than serious analyses by professionals (which seem to be sorely lacking on all sides of the debate). We are talking about incredible abilities of our brains to completely fabricate a visual (and possibly more than visual) experience at the very least. That's not something you should just be able to say without thinking.
Why aren't these abilities being harnessed to 'hallucinate' your way to a more enjoyable life experience, or at least tracked and studied in great detail? Doubly true of these so-called seizures. Supposedly with electrical stimulation of a certain area of the brain, you can recreate a full alien abduction. This amazing built-in VR is just half-assedly tossed out as an explanation instead of being utilized or at least given the awe it is due.

We're allowing beliefs, jokes, money-grabs, cheap entertainment, and general lack of understanding or concern to undermine the search for what could be awesome new sciences. Paranormal research (or perhaps humanity in general) needs to grow up and come into true focus.

Posted:12/11/2014 6:41:01 PM
There is admitted (coal) mining in Novato. Mind sharing where the rest of that info comes from?

Posted:10/24/2013 8:05:18 PM
Could be good, but a lot of potential to turn into this: :)


Posted:10/24/2013 7:54:40 PM
Cult originally just meant religion. Nowadays, we use the term to mean 'dangerous group that leads people astray to take their money and/or convince themselves to harm themselves or others'. Of course there are such groups. You could call fanatical church groups a cult by that kind of definition, or political zealots. They're not all Satanists by any stretch.

Posted:9/21/2013 7:19:51 PM
Wow. So Many questions. About what time frame are we looking at? Any more description on these various e.t. races etc?