may the horse of Caligula drop one in your senate building.
Posted 15 December 2003 - 06:08 AM
I am a believer in the fact that I am a skeptic. But I dont always believe other skeptics. At times, I tend to be skeptical about believers. I firmly believe that believers actually believe some of the more ridiculous beliefs out there while skeptics remain skeptical. But are skeptics skeptical about thier own skeptic beliefs? Of this, Moe believes he is a skeptic.
I'm a believer...doo doo doo doo doo. Very Sorry. Unless their claims seems outrageous or they can't spell what they are trying to talk about.
Then away out in the woods I heard that kind of a sound that a ghost makes when it wants to tell about something that's on its mind and can't make itself understood, and so can't rest easy in its grave, and has to go about that way every night grieving.
Harness the energies around you and you'll be able to do wondrous things.
Posted 29 December 2003 - 09:29 PM
From what i understand, the unexplained-mysteries TV show, discusses and presents these mysteries that have existed for many years and have not been explained, hence the title "Unexplained-mysteries". In addition, it demonstrates many stories and claims of certain paranormal and psychic phenomenon that seems to be quite authentic and true.
To the mere skeptic, one could immediately dismiss these as part of an elaborate scheme for the producers to profit from. However, there are facts to these and one cannot deny what is known, otherwise you would be in a state of denial, and to deny what is real is to deny your own existance.
To the mere believer, one could immediately approve of all topics and claims that have been demonstrated and shown, without analyzing the facts from the fiction. And from the perspective of a skeptic, one could simply judge a believer as a gullable "nut-case".
To the fair and open-minded, one could completely analyze the facts from the fiction, and gather his or her own educated judgements, with such logic and clarification, that neither the believer nor the skeptic can dismiss.
And this is where i stand, neither ying nor yang, but generally inbetween.
"To believe something unbelievable is simply "unbelievable", and to believe something believable is simply "believable"--or is it?"
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