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Which Beliefs are Not Supported by the Coalition

Postby really? » 16 Jul 2010, 04:26

SCEPCOP is the 1st Coalition of Paranormal Researchers, Investigators, Writers and Intellectuals united to counter and expose the PseudoSkepticism movement for their fallacies, religious fanaticism, unscientific behavior, misinformation, denial, suppression, bigotry and ridicule toward all data, experience or science that challenges orthodoxy or does not fit into a materialistic reductionist paradigm. We do not support every quack claim out there, but advocate true skepticism, proper application of the Scientific Method, objectivity and unbiased open inquiry toward all paranormal and unconventional data, experience and science. We are the world's first counter-pseudoskeptic movement providing resources, articles, books, videos and an online community.



The above specifically the embolden text got me to thinking. Which quack claims are not supported by this Coalition of Paranormal Researchers, Investigators, Writers and Intellectuals ? I'd like to know.
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Re: Which Beliefs are Not Supported by the Coalition

Postby jakesteele » 16 Jul 2010, 15:35

I'll take a stab at it, but remember, this comes from my perceptions of what I think are 'more or less likely' to be true. I don't think this forum would support Unicorns or Fairies, etc. I think that things like remote viewing, telekinesis, etc. would be.

I look at things on what I would call a scale of being within the realm of feasibility. Unicorns, not so much. parapsychology to a fair degree, UFOs to a much larger degree simply because of the numbers involved for actual sighting but many people, many of who are skilled pilots. But that's just me.
Debunkers think all UFO photos are fake,
especially the real ones.
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Re: Which Beliefs are Not Supported by the Coalition

Postby Craig Browning » 16 Jul 2010, 22:26

jakesteele wrote:I'll take a stab at it, but remember, this comes from my perceptions of what I think are 'more or less likely' to be true. I don't think this forum would support Unicorns or Fairies, etc. I think that things like remote viewing, telekinesis, etc. would be.

I look at things on what I would call a scale of being within the realm of feasibility. Unicorns, not so much. parapsychology to a fair degree, UFOs to a much larger degree simply because of the numbers involved for actual sighting but many people, many of who are skilled pilots. But that's just me.


Sorry... but check these links and tell me there's no such thing as "fairy folk"

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/gallery/2010/jul/03/london-gay-pride-parade
http://www.cgpix.com/stock__photography__newyorkcity_gaypride_parade.htm
http://sfist.com/2010/06/27/sf_gay_pride_parade_2010_photos.php
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