Started by MV/Liberace!, May 08, 2008, 12:36:40 AM
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Quote from: b_dubb on March 03, 2011, 06:42:16 PMthat explains most of the crap the extreme right is up to these days
Quote from: onan on March 13, 2011, 04:00:31 AM I watched the video. I'm not much of a believer in ghosts. I think the people in the video may be dupes, con artists, or both. My opinion is there is lots of talk with the "air" of credibility yet nothing substantive. And the chubby guy, could he be anymore bloviating... "I'm getting multiples, more than one" wow I guess he is the real deal. EVP's I can't explain them. I wasn't there but I would love to sample all the cast and crew and compare voice prints to those ghostly messages... betcha I get a match. I think most of the people in the video are probably sincere. Sincerity does not equal evidence and certainly does not mean proof. How come ghost messages never say anything to the effect of "Hey what's up? I been dying (metaphorically) to talk to someone with a fresh opinion. You have any idea how stodgy dead people can get?"Nope it is always... "Boo, Imma gonna scare you, and just try and figure out how cryptic I am". Bleh its fake.
Quote from: onan on March 13, 2011, 04:00:31 AMI think most of the people in the video are probably sincere. Sincerity does not equal evidence and certainly does not mean proof.
Quote from: Silent on March 13, 2011, 10:25:30 AMThe thing about most people (I hate to generalize like this but I really see this as a truth in this case) is they believe that humans are somehow seprate from the rest of nature. Because we are the top dog, looking down on the food chain, doesn't mean we must be able to avoid the fate of every other living thing on the planet.
Quote from: onan on March 13, 2011, 04:00:31 AMSincerity does not equal evidence and certainly does not mean proof.
Quote from: bmd88 on March 13, 2011, 10:31:55 AMI never thought of it that way much : / you may be right, but most people who I've read about or known that believe in human life-after-death, also believe that animals go, too. There have been "EVP"s of barking dogs, etc.
Quote from: Silent on March 13, 2011, 11:01:41 AMI've heard that too but where does it stop? What about rats, fish, insects, trees, grass, and single cell organisms? There's usually a line drawn somewhere on an individual basis. Coincidentally that line usually lands where that individual cuts off a psychological connection with living things and sees them just as objects.I'll be clear, i'm not trying to convert anyone away from their beliefs. That's just my response to that idea. I'd be delighted if everything I thought was wrong. Plus I can't imagine trying to care for every pet I've ever had all at the same time.
Quote from: aldousburbank on March 13, 2011, 11:09:56 AMGeorge is one huge EVP- Embarrassing Voice Phenomena
Quote from: aldousburbank on March 13, 2011, 11:00:38 AMThe unobserved world of quantum reality is a plethora of possibilities. The Schrodinger wave function describes an infinite array of possible states into which a quantum entity might settle. All this possibility becomes an actuality only when the wave function collapses- and whatever else may make the wave function collapse, we know that measurement or observation does. The mere act of measurement converts possibilities to actuality, and the kind of measurement that is made determines which kind of actuality will be plucked from the infinite sea of possibility. To some extent, the observer sees what he or she looks for."
Quote from: b_dubb on August 31, 2010, 10:49:55 PMi grew up about a mile north of the Dayton International Airport.
Quote from: extreemufohunter on April 14, 2011, 06:00:48 PMSo here is my story. I recently downloaded an iphone app that claims to summon real spirits. The app is called 'Ghost Seance' I actually thought it was just another one of those fake/gag apps at first but curiosity got the best of me and I gave it a shot. A friend of mine and ex roommate had past away a few months ago so when I was bored a few nights ago I lit some candles by myself and decided to let this app try and summon my friend who had died. After reading what I just typed it sounds really strange, I know. Anyways I let this app do its thing and when the persons voice who leads the seance on the app started asking spirits to make a sign. My phone rang in the middle of the seance. It was the person who now lives in the place where me and my roommate who died used to live. This person was calling to say they found my wallet (that I had now forgotten about) it was in an old couch that we left behind in the garage - the couch actually belonged to my friend/roommate. Anyways, I think this is way too much of a coincidence and I know there is no way the app had anything to do with this or did it? how does a coincidence like this happen?? I was going to call in to coast to coast radio show about this but would rather have all of your feedback.
Quote from: Michael V. on April 16, 2011, 11:07:16 AMvery interesting.
Quote from: the_wanderer on June 02, 2011, 08:48:43 PMI think you took the wrong kind of acid.
Quote from: anagrammy on June 02, 2011, 05:32:53 PMI have had several paranormal experiences. I'll start with the least weird and see if anybody reads this.I was driving my Volkswagon van full of kids. Seatbelts? Not in the back-back, which is where the boys liked to hunker. I stopped at a light daydreaming and suddenly I was looking at the back of my van and my four year old son was falling out on the street! The light changed and I was back to looking at the intersection and I was so shaken by what I had seen, that I pulled slowly to the right side of the road, thinking I would make sure that tailgate was locked. Meanwhile, my little boy fell out of the tailgate exactly as I had seen!Had I been accelerating per normal, he could have been killed.Anagrammy