Discussion in 'UFOs, Ghosts and Monsters' started by exchemist, Aug 30, 2016.
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Reported for flaming...
Then stop flamebaiting.
Define that. I've never heard of it, and there are certainly no forum rules against it. Sounds like a feeble attempt by flamers to blame their behavior on their victims. Is that it? That flamers can't own their own actions? Like how a rapist will blame the provocatively clad woman for his raping her?
Amazing what happens when you actually research a phenomenon yourself..
Indeed. It distinguishes fact from fantasy.
You mean the fantasy that it was fake? Right..it sure does.
I am at a loss to see where anyone claimed it was fake.
Then why did you say this:
"Guys, this isn't some fakery,"
Don't wanna talk for Dave, but maybe it's because it was put in "UFO's, Goblins and X-Files"?
That means it's faked? Since when?
I'm not sure why we're continuing to talk about something that no one said.
Then you're probably not sure why you told posters here this isn't fakery either.
What I mean by that is that it's automatically viewed as more (contentious? controversial? whatever you wanna label it) when it's posted with "It’s something REAL and accounts for several supernatural stories bearing connections to UFOs and other paranormal aspects. To some paranormal expert the circular structure of The Eye bears some connection with UFO while to some, 2 perfect circles signify God on Earth!"
Instead it's a natural phenomenon.
Because the article is tainted with woo.
Does anyone want to discuss this natural phenomenon? Or just have a meta-discussion about the discussion?
So it's not faked? It's a real phenomena? Tks for confirming that...
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