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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby Nostradamus » 29 Nov 2009, 09:17

We're still pensively waiting for an answer. On my will it ever happen?
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby ciscop » 01 Dec 2009, 10:12

ups!!
wrong thread

i guess this will pop up again thanks to my ¨honest¨ mistake
sorry for that scescop
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby ciscop » 05 Dec 2009, 09:40

so
does anybody else thinks that scescop actually reads what he posts or he more likely only copy pastes whatever rumour and stupid chain mail he gets on his inbox?


is been weeks now...
i guess whoring around takes a lot of time
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby Nostradamus » 05 Dec 2009, 12:15

At least a lot of what is posted is done without investigating the correctness of the information.

Half the funof a posting is looking to see what other have said before posting.
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby ProfWag » 05 Dec 2009, 19:39

Nostradamus wrote:At least a lot of what is posted is done without investigating the correctness of the information.

Half the funof a posting is looking to see what other have said before posting.

Which was exactly the point of this thread.
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby NinjaPuppy » 05 Dec 2009, 21:16

ProfWag wrote:
Nostradamus wrote:At least a lot of what is posted is done without investigating the correctness of the information.

Half the funof a posting is looking to see what other have said before posting.

Half the fun of reading is finding out what others have to say. Isn't that the point of a discussion?
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby Nostradamus » 05 Dec 2009, 22:12

The issue here NinjaPuppy is that it isn't a discussion. It's a post. Then comes the questions. That is rarely followed up a reply. Challenges have been to provide any evidence for a claim when the evidence against is often overwhelming.
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby NinjaPuppy » 06 Dec 2009, 05:28

Nostradamus wrote:The issue here NinjaPuppy is that it isn't a discussion. It's a post. Then comes the questions. That is rarely followed up a reply. Challenges have been to provide any evidence for a claim when the evidence against is often overwhelming.

Point taken. However, when any evidence against a posted video is logical and easy to understand, it makes it's point with no need for rebuttal. Facts are facts, are they not? If those facts can easily explain a possible or logical explanation then unless the other side has factual rebuttal, it's served its purpose.

Sort of like, "No, that video is not accurate, here's why.... and no rebuttal is one way of saying that the presented facts are accepted.

My best example that I have is the 'no planer' stuff. Before this forum I had never heard any of it or even knew that there were people who felt this way or believed that it was possible. Both from the 911 topics as well as the those contrail thingys containing some evil potions or whatever it is that's claimed. It was interesting to see that whole POV. It was also very interesting to see how the different topics were discussed and facts presented from the opposite side.

I'd have to also add that this was a rare instance where I was pretty much flabbergasted by the 'no planer' mind set which made me see things from a more adamant negative side of a CT.
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby Nostradamus » 06 Dec 2009, 07:26

There are lots of issues like the no-planer stance, and chemtrails. Right off the top of my head I can think of the H1N1 vaccination claims, the existence of a third sex of people - a neutral gender, black flying triangles (aka TR-3B), spoon bending, Carlos Castenada (after he admitted fabricating the books), translated books from Atlantis, the Philadelphia experiment, hollow earth, cold earth interior, Einstein is wrong, lateral gravity, perpetual motion machines, and rumpology.

This list barely scratches the surface of weird claims. Every time I think I've seen something wacko there is another one right around the corner that is wackier and weirder.
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby NinjaPuppy » 06 Dec 2009, 09:17

If I google 'rumpology' am I going to need brain Clorox?
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby Nostradamus » 06 Dec 2009, 09:54

Actually not. The claim is that the backside is the gate to your inner self and that reading the lines, folds, shape, etc. etc. of the back side reveals the inner health of a person.


According to Jacqueline Stallone, a foremost American rumpologist, rump reading is an art that was practiced in ancient Babylon, India, Greece, and Rome. She claims that the ancient Greeks thought the butt was the key to health and fidelity. She says the Romans used butt prints the way some people use graphology today: to determine potential talents and future success.


Here is her rumpology website:
http://www.jacquelinestallone.com/rumps.html
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby ProfWag » 06 Dec 2009, 19:52

Nostradamus wrote:There are lots of issues like the no-planer stance, and chemtrails. Right off the top of my head I can think of the H1N1 vaccination claims, the existence of a third sex of people - a neutral gender, black flying triangles (aka TR-3B), spoon bending, Carlos Castenada (after he admitted fabricating the books), translated books from Atlantis, the Philadelphia experiment, hollow earth, cold earth interior, Einstein is wrong, lateral gravity, perpetual motion machines, and rumpology.

This list barely scratches the surface of weird claims. Every time I think I've seen something wacko there is another one right around the corner that is wackier and weirder.

ND, I have actually seen the TR-3B up close as it flew very low over me. I don't believe in alien spacecraft, but I do believe there is something to the black flying triangle being a secret aircraft. Just thought I'd throw that out there.
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby Nostradamus » 06 Dec 2009, 21:14

Interesting. I think that the claims of Fouche are the sort of nonsense that makes the flying triangles issue difficult to believe.
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby NinjaPuppy » 06 Dec 2009, 21:21

Nostradamus wrote:Actually not. The claim is that the backside is the gate to your inner self and that reading the lines, folds, shape, etc. etc. of the back side reveals the inner health of a person.

According to Jacqueline Stallone, a foremost American rumpologist, rump reading is an art that was practiced in ancient Babylon, India, Greece, and Rome. She claims that the ancient Greeks thought the butt was the key to health and fidelity. She says the Romans used butt prints the way some people use graphology today: to determine potential talents and future success.


Here is her rumpology website:
http://www.jacquelinestallone.com/rumps.html

Thank you for that explanation. It gives a whole new meaning to the question, "Does my butt look big in these jeans?" I must be VERY successful! :D
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Re: A Challenge to Scepcop

Postby Nostradamus » 06 Dec 2009, 21:37

The neutral gender people is an interesting thing I ran into while traveling in India. We had been in the country only a few hours and had made our way to the Gates of India in Mumbai (Bombay). There were a number of people that I took to be men in drag. Later on I saw similarly dressed men at Pushkar and other festivals.

Here is where the tricky part starts. I asked someone who they were because these people were well received wherever we saw them. I asked someone who they were. I was told a story that I have to say I took as what I called "geeding". During our travels we needed to have a way of saying to each other if we thought someone was telling us a baloney story or not. A guide will tell you something because a guide that has answers gets a big tip. A guide that does not may be honest by saying I do not know, but still gets a smaller tip. We corrupted the word guiding into the pronunciation "geeding".

In the case of the third gender I cannot state that we were not told a deceptive story just to give us an answer, or as we said to each other that day, "Ah, geeding."

The claim is that there is a neutral gender of people that are born with only a hole to urinate. These people do not reproduce, but keep up their numbers by visiting the births of all children in their area and keeping and raising those that are of their gender. These people are considered to be auspicious and it is good luck to have them at festivities where we saw them.

We saw these people many places. This is what we were told. I did not do a physical inspection to verify the existence of the third gender. All I can say is that it is possible that some people believe in a third gender of humans.
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