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  1. PunkinA
    08-27-2015 02:13 PM
    PunkinA commented on Synchronicity
    Nice reference. I laughed.
  2. Sarea
    08-14-2015 06:54 PM
    Hahahaha okay. Next time then. :P
  3. Sarea
    08-14-2015 06:41 PM
    Thanks but now you're totally absent from the thread!
    You might want to post something new in there :P
  4. Sarea
    08-14-2015 06:18 PM
    But that would mean you have to edit your answer, and sans the cited quotes.
  5. Sarea
  6. Sarea
    08-14-2015 06:09 PM
    I editted the first post, and deleted the two posts in response to yours. Now your posts are hanging with my deleted posts cited in your quotes...Can you remove the cited quotes at least? Thanks.
  7. Sarea
    08-14-2015 05:54 PM
    Now I thought of removing that piece of ambiguous 'joke' out of my posts. But will you also remove yours since they cited my posts?
  8. Sarea
    08-14-2015 05:29 PM
    I did mention in my earlier post that it couldn't possibly be true. I know that Chinese investors had bought infrastructure there and so far there were no signages in chinese there. The 'joke' could have started because of the tremendous number of foreign investors eager to purchase the Greek's infra and assets at heavily discounted pricetags.
  9. byhisello99
    08-10-2015 09:24 PM
    byhisello99 commented on Insane Theories 1, Normal Theories 0
    Wesley Clark is a Democrat and FOBH (Friend of Bill and Hillary). It's what he's been doing since he retired.
  10. Deja Reve
    08-09-2015 08:43 AM
    Deja Reve
    First of all thank you for the link it was really interesting and exciting to read

    I researched about Déjà Rêvé myself because it was happening to me a lot and it became very interesting after i proved to myself that it wasn't just my brain making things up.

    I tried to figure out how it works and the best hypothesis i came up with was Biocentrism but it cannot be proven at the moment and i let it go.

    However i have some experiments to do on this since i am aware of some precognitive dreams that im sure are going to happen but my hypothesis is that they this is very hard to prove because if Déjà Rêvé is not us creating the future but it is the future that we see with Déjà Rêvé then changing a precognitive dream would change the future thus that future i saw will never happen and so myself from the past will never see that dream deleting it from my memories and leaving me clueless.

    Deep stuff...
  11. Dung
    08-08-2015 12:16 PM
    That won't be necessary, since charlatans such as Tom Campbell ultimately expose their lack of substance. The web disgorges evidences of the like of him being exposed. The true nature of his practice is already apparent.
  12. Dung
    08-08-2015 11:37 AM
    We are talking about a guy who is impersonating someone that he is not, in order to garner some authority that he has not, to sell his theory in the form of poorly written books to the gullible. That's called fraud. Not to mention that this whole theory is in itself pure deception.
  13. Dung
    08-08-2015 11:23 AM
    I know what proselytism means (it means convert, from Greek), and I used it correctly. I certainly don't mean to be rude, but you keep on referring to a fraud day in, day out, on this forum. Someone's gotta tell you.
  14. Dung
    08-08-2015 11:15 AM
    Well, that doesn't address the proselytism thing you've got going on...
  15. Dung
    08-08-2015 08:18 AM
    If you don't believe it why do you keep on posting this nonsense?
  16. Dung
    08-07-2015 07:41 PM
    Quackery is a red flag. Once this is evident, I'd agree watching any more of those videos would be wasting time. But I understand you want to believe in this stuff. Really, that's fine.
  17. Dung
    08-07-2015 05:19 PM

    What do you think his 'line of work' is ?

    I'd say selling pseudo-science books, or fringe-science if you prefer. According to his website. The first thing the first-time visitor sees there is a slide with smiling author's pictures with caption: "buy books". That's pretty straightforward.

  18. Dung
    08-07-2015 05:02 PM

    He's adamant about no one believing him.

    You bet. In his line of work that's common business sense to use a disclaimer.

  19. Dung
    08-07-2015 04:50 PM
    I appreciate that he had to work to give himself a semblance of respectability. He does have marketing skills, no doubt. Hard work is always laudable, imposture, not so much.
  20. Dung
    08-07-2015 04:37 PM
    He's a good speaker, and I enjoyed the explanation. Now to say that he made sense would be an overstatement. But I have to say that he passed my bullshit detector for at least a few minutes, which was surprising given your inclination to link to perhaps more controversial material. He seems like a quack who did quite a bit more homework than they usually do. Incidentally, the next youtube video in the chain exposed him with a joe-on-the-street type of interview, where it quickly showed. There he was labelled as a NASA Physicist... That interview didn't go down too well for him. NASA must be proud...

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