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Re: Theos-World 2012-The Future of Mankind

Feb 13, 2007 01:58 AM
by th.paijmans

The hard evidence was that all these farmers witnessed stones dropping out of the sky. Yet, 
hundres of miles 
away in their lofty owers of academia, scientists simply stated that since stones were heavier 
than air, no stone 
could drop out of the sky.

It is this kind of short sightedness that has hampered science considerably; had it make look 
away if evidence 
was found that would have unhinged a current scientific diogma. Take, for instance, the non-
debate over the 
earliest settlements in America, for instance.



----- Oorspronkelijk bericht -----
Datum: dinsdag, februari 13, 2007 1:57 am
Onderwerp: Re: Theos-World 2012-The Future of Mankind

> In a message dated 2/12/2007 4:55:12 PM Central Standard Time,  
> writes:
> This  was the hard evidence. It is always "hard" until something 
> new is 
> discovered  and it becomes "soft" or "something to build on" 
> (excusing the  pun!)
> N Rays were never hard evidence.  Neither was Od.  Hard evidence  
> is physical 
> evidence and the math is not the the territory.
> Worker's villages are hard evidence as is the lack of horse  
> skeletons. 
> Chuck the Heretic
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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