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Started by StarDuster, Mon, 2005-11-14, 20:36:33
Quote from: marcello on Mon, 2005-11-14, 23:15:35I'm trying to read it, but listning to butterfly man, in the dark, alone and reading the story is quite scary.
Quote from: StarDuster on Tue, 2005-11-15, 20:26:53I don't know why I'm having a hard time to agree with Appelmoes.Well, I guess it's because it takes someone to actually state something and not just give a link to an unrelated website in order for me to have any chance to agree with him
Quote from: Appelmoes?? on Tue, 2005-11-15, 20:34:02It wasn't about the link, it was about the bible.Anyway, I don't need a discussion and I didn't read your link. No need for scientific evidence for me, I just believe. That's much easier to understand than a science other scientists surely can undermine
Quote from: StarDuster on Tue, 2005-11-15, 20:42:10Well, I surely don't underestimate the power of your belief, or belief in general for that matter However the fact that you believe, doesn't mean you can't find that link interesting, it isn't aimed at people who need evidence - just people who are interested. For example, one may believe in all his heart that the universe is infinite, but would still be interested in the scientific proof, mainly for knowledge perhaps
Quote from: PH on Tue, 2005-11-15, 20:46:47Well, in that case, the link doesn't work for me.
Quote from: StarDuster on Tue, 2005-11-15, 21:19:08I assume you mean, it doesn't interest you, and not that your browser is unable to show it ?
Quote from: PH on Tue, 2005-11-15, 21:52:58Well actually no.I can't open the page.It doesn't give me an error, but it's all white. It doesn't come up.
Quote from: StarDuster on Tue, 2005-11-15, 21:57:38Very interesting ! I wonder if your ISP is censoring it pressing the link works for me ...Try to just copy&paste: http://www.cfpf.org.uk to your URL line and press enter, if that won't work - nothing else probably would
Quote from: StarDuster on Tue, 2005-11-15, 20:42:10mainly for knowledge perhaps
Quote from: NijntjeRocks on Thu, 2005-11-17, 21:14:07Well, the site is far too chaotic for me, wouldnt know were to start. What about a short summary?
QuoteToo many people across the world now know that Sir William Crookes discovered people living in the invisible part of the universe with repeatable experiments under laboratory conditions in 1874.
QuoteSir William Crookes discovered people living in the invisible part of the universe...
Quote...with repeatable experiments under laboratory conditions in 1874.
Quote from: keyboardistmatt on Fri, 2005-11-18, 19:46:56I didn't know that!How did he know it was there then?? WTF?? So he felt around in the dark? Felt around in the light?? Felt around with his eyes closed??All of this done in a clean and sanitary atmosphere?? I'm sorry, I am unable to wrap my head around that one without wanting to take the piss!
Quote from: StarDuster on Fri, 2005-11-18, 21:00:55the "tool" that William Crookes used was a human one though, what they call a "Medium". a "Medium" is claimed to be able to communicate with people "from the invisible part of the universe", and even materialise them so normal people can see and talk to them. This is how William Crookes conducted his experiments, he claimed to meet a lot of long gone people by working with his medium, which was a female one - can't really remember her name now ..
Quote from: Appelmoes?? on Sat, 2005-11-19, 11:26:25Aaah! Really scientific!
Quote from: StarDuster on Sat, 2005-11-19, 12:21:14Today it is claimed that the mathematical explanation is available through the use of (partially I think..) Quantum Physics ...
Quote from: Appelmoes?? on Sat, 2005-11-19, 12:23:18Claimed? So it isn't proven yet? It's not a fact?
Quote from: StarDuster on Sat, 2005-11-19, 13:13:39Of course it is, or at least that's what is written on the site
Quote from: StarDuster on Mon, 2005-11-14, 20:36:33http://www.cfpf.org.uk
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