I ... is that an evolved response to this issue?
Do you think this is an issue to be settled on the school playground?
Sorry. It's bang-on.
The fact that you interpret it as misguided is a big red flag.
It suggests that the concepts of empathy and agency are...
Let it be known - here and for posterity - that Magical Realist finally acknowledges that UFOs do not meet the criteria for scientific analysis.
If it could be a camera glitch, or could be a weather balloon, then you can't conclude that it's something extra-ordinary - let alone a "piloted...
You are still confusing everyday life with scientific analysis.
Yes, when we are scientifically analyzing a person's life - say a historically...
Baby steps: don't dunk on others when you have no skin in their game.
Keep a few things in mind:
1] any heating or cooling measurements are relative to ambient air temp.
2] the sun heats by radiation, which does not...
A 60 ton rock presses the ground with ... 60 tons. -_O
A good point. OP's idea only works on level ground.
Let's not make it worse.
That door swings both ways.
I have a friend who is full trans and on meds to keep it that way. Imagine if someone looked...
As would we all.
Especially the skeptics.
Believers naturally will pursue things that align with their beliefs, so it's no surprise to find...
Any references that aren't mired in woo?
Point-of-order: can you please learn how to use the quote feature?
I haven't any idea how that justifies...
False. This is the nature of independent checking.
You speak as one who thinks the world is simple black-and-white. It's not.
No. We are never...
That's a good counter-example.
"I wish to be called X because it suits me" is distinct from "We, as a community have been oppressed since...
No. Doomed to endless possible error.
As you said, most things we perceive are reliable.
Which is why we
- check a given set of results many, many...
It sure can. But
1. It's an ever-evolving, ever-improving world. We adapt in a thousand ways every day.
2. Your desire to not be confused does not...
Thirteen tonnes of it?
1 mm. In clay.
Sure. Let's say that. Is there any evidence whatsoever of this?
I mean, why bother with...
Exactly. Which is what makes UAP eyewitness encounters notoriously unreliable.
This has been shown to be demonstrably false quite few times in this...
That's the most sensible thing you've said so far in this thread.
It's not reliable. That's why we have the Scientific Method.
Science is founded on independent, repeatable confirmation for the express purpose of...
Where exactly to you propose they acquired 1.3 tonnes of mercury? Where did it go when they were done with it?
A 200 tonne megalith might...
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