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#16    Agent_21

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Posted 10 October 2003 - 06:19 PM

QUOTE (peachykeane @ Oct 10 2003, 06:05 PM)
Ok it's a bit of a joke example but it's not so far off some that I've heard. Really some of these explanations are no more prosaic than any spirit hypothosis but they are always vaunted as 'the explanation'

I agree with your point there. The 'explanation' doesn't wash for me in those kind of cases.


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Posted 10 October 2003 - 06:32 PM

QUOTE (peachykeane @ Oct 10 2003, 06:05 PM)
Dr Chris French or Richard Wiseman (take your pick)

Peachy, that completely sums up the approach of so many `experts'.  Their theories are considered rational, because, as you say, they don't use the `g' or `s' words.

No matter how blinkered or laughably far-fetched their explanations.

Are they doing it out of fear, or are they just very, very bad scientists?

And you mentioned above two of the worst offenders.

Has anyone ever pointed out to Dr Wiseman the irony of his name? wink2.gif  

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Posted 10 October 2003 - 07:42 PM

QUOTE (Cufflink @ Oct 10 2003, 06:32 PM)
Has anyone ever pointed out to Dr Wiseman the irony of his name? wink2.gif

ooooooooohhhhhhh ~ back in the knife-drawer!!!

ok, I am the first to admit that Wiseass, oops, Wiseman is far too blinkered. He really needs to get out and enjoy life a bit  laugh.gif

my favourite 'sceptic' is Dr Matthew Smith ........... he's all dreamy and pretty with lovely big eyes and fluffy hair ..... *drifts off into fantasy land* ........ plus, he's quite open to new suggestions and admits when he can't think of an explaination  grin2.gif

my kinda guy .........

Hammy x x x

PS ~ ooops, as well as dear little Cuffy  tongue.gif  


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Posted 11 October 2003 - 02:52 AM

QUOTE (dancin'hamster @ Oct 10 2003, 07:42 PM)
PS ~ ooops, as well as dear little Cuffy  tongue.gif

*sigh*

Awwwww, thanks, Hammy.   blush.gif

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Hang on...who's this Smith bloke?! crying.gif  

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Posted 11 October 2003 - 07:25 AM

Matthew Smith.......?????????

*sigh*

He's lovely.........  wub.gif

He's on Most Haunted with his floppy hair and puppy-dog eyes.......

*drifts off into la-la-land*





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