• What could ever happen if the Islamic kingdoms control time travel technology from a point in time?

    Best answer: The Jews will fall, the Vatican will not longer control, the Scandinavian empire will be slaves around the globe, and Islam will rule all time paradox. Biologically don't know where this is going but I think having the advantage of knownledge in their favor could really turn that way. Taking back the other way... show more
    Best answer: The Jews will fall, the Vatican will not longer control, the Scandinavian empire will be slaves around the globe, and Islam will rule all time paradox. Biologically don't know where this is going but I think having the advantage of knownledge in their favor could really turn that way. Taking back the other way around will have consequences for everyone living in this planet, giving too much information to the public to set them free from the elites will also have consequences. The elites need slaves to survive, but the slaves don't need the elites to survive because they are taking over the world murdering the innocent to stay in power.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do the atheists on here accept humans have intuition and telepathy or do they believe differently?

    Best answer: The are always saying they have empathy, so they accept esp to a degree.
    Best answer: The are always saying they have empathy, so they accept esp to a degree.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Who started the conspiracy theory that US government covered up the Roswell Incident and keeping extraterrestrial life contact a secret?

    All rumours about Area 51 who started all that surly if aliens were in contact with US government Area 51 would bee place to storage UFO craft either given to or retrieved from a crash.
    All rumours about Area 51 who started all that surly if aliens were in contact with US government Area 51 would bee place to storage UFO craft either given to or retrieved from a crash.
    10 answers · 2 months ago
  • Which paranormal belief do you find the most ludicrous?

    Best answer: All of them, but especially stuff like astrology/'alternative medicine'. Those can actually harm people emontionally (for instance, by convincing someone to stay in an abusive relationship because their 'signs' match) and physically (dying of cancer because of alternative meds instead of actual... show more
    Best answer: All of them, but especially stuff like astrology/'alternative medicine'. Those can actually harm people emontionally (for instance, by convincing someone to stay in an abusive relationship because their 'signs' match) and physically (dying of cancer because of alternative meds instead of actual procedures like chemotherapy.)
    11 answers · 4 months ago
  • Is the premise of Altered Carbon actually plausible for the future?

    Best answer: It is "possible" but pretty far-fetched. It assumes that the essence of the individual is only a series of electrochemical impulses, and that if one can record and store those impulses, one can dispense with the organic shell and still keep the essence of the individual. It is not clear at all whether... show more
    Best answer: It is "possible" but pretty far-fetched. It assumes that the essence of the individual is only a series of electrochemical impulses, and that if one can record and store those impulses, one can dispense with the organic shell and still keep the essence of the individual. It is not clear at all whether "life" or consciousness is just electrochemical impulses.

    Even if true, the technology would be far beyond what we possess today. However, if the concept is true, then eventually we would be able to capture those signals in the way that the show proposes. Make the individual a portable device (the stacks). I don't even want to think about the complexities of making the interface. We aren't talking a disc drive here, although the idea is dealt with as if the individual is something as easily exchanged as a cd in a disc drive.
    5 answers · 5 months ago
  • What is a true scary story in your life.?

    The scariest one for me was back in 2012. I was about 11, my aunt was moving to Colorado so we all decided to have a big get together before she leaves. We all stayed at my other aunt's house during that night. I remember I didn't want to sleep in my cousin's room. I really don't remember why but I... show more
    The scariest one for me was back in 2012. I was about 11, my aunt was moving to Colorado so we all decided to have a big get together before she leaves. We all stayed at my other aunt's house during that night. I remember I didn't want to sleep in my cousin's room. I really don't remember why but I think I was scared of something. I woke up in the middle of the night and there was an image I will never forget. Sitting on a large toy box there was a large black figure staring at the bed, but it was also spinning its head side to side unrealistically fast. I was so freaked out. I couldn't leave the room, my little brother and cousin were all beside me and I didn't want to wake them up. So I suffered the rest of the night. I turned my head and prayed for it to go away. I told my mom about it in the morning but she really didn't believe it. I could understand why. But I was not dreaming, I was not on medication, I had no past experiences with hallucination. That house was always eerie to me. It wasn't old, but I never wanted to be alone in it.
    6 answers · 5 months ago
  • GIven that nothing matters, what should we humans do as a species?

    First we all want and need money, so get that out of the way, but then what? what greater purpose is there? the simple truth is nothing matters.
    First we all want and need money, so get that out of the way, but then what? what greater purpose is there? the simple truth is nothing matters.
    18 answers · 5 months ago
  • My eyes water involuntarily when I talk about mysterious/creepy things?

    It isn t an emotional response. Sometimes if I m discussing a theory or something paranormal my eyes just begin to water. I m just curious as to if there s a biological/evolutionary reason this happens because it s so strange.
    It isn t an emotional response. Sometimes if I m discussing a theory or something paranormal my eyes just begin to water. I m just curious as to if there s a biological/evolutionary reason this happens because it s so strange.
    5 answers · 5 months ago
  • Have those in charge figure what system the greys come from yet?

    Best answer: The current theory is the Zeta Reticuli system.

    This is based on a drawing Betty Hill made under hypno regression where she drew a star pattern and an amateur astronomer pinpointed it to the Zeta Reticuli binary star system.

    But that's the only real information we have at this time.
    Best answer: The current theory is the Zeta Reticuli system.

    This is based on a drawing Betty Hill made under hypno regression where she drew a star pattern and an amateur astronomer pinpointed it to the Zeta Reticuli binary star system.

    But that's the only real information we have at this time.
    10 answers · 6 months ago
  • Scorpio women are just glorified psychotics?

    Everyone talks about how deep they are. That's BS. They're psychotics who want to own you but dont want to be owned. Who want to take and receive but don't want to give. Who want to use and abuse but want to be cherished.
    Everyone talks about how deep they are. That's BS. They're psychotics who want to own you but dont want to be owned. Who want to take and receive but don't want to give. Who want to use and abuse but want to be cherished.
    8 answers · 6 months ago
  • Why do you not admit ghosts are reel?

    Best answer: It is kind of like waking up and discovering that there is a burglar in your bedroom ransacking your drawers, if you pretend to still be asleep hopefully they will take what they want and leave without harm or confrontation. Once however they realize you are aware of their presence though they may see you as a... show more
    Best answer: It is kind of like waking up and discovering that there is a burglar in your bedroom ransacking your drawers, if you pretend to still be asleep hopefully they will take what they want and leave without harm or confrontation. Once however they realize you are aware of their presence though they may see you as a threat and attack or kill you.
    It is the same with ghosts, although I know they are there I pretend that I cannot sense their presence, or even openly admit to their existence, that way they keep their haunting quiet and discreet. In a previous house I made the mistake of trying to communicate with a spirit that was resident there, once he knew there was no longer any point in hiding he went all poltergeist on me, disturbing my sleep, moving and breaking objects, terrifying my cat and just being a general pest. So now, I have learned, and I will never openly admit that ghosts are even real.

    By the way, I am writing this during my lunch break at work, at home I am careful even with the things I type, since I know that they are always silently watching.
    12 answers · 6 months ago
  • Do Aliens choose certain people?

    Best answer: They are NOT "Aliens"----They are Government operatives, Like NSA, etc. They are monitoring and examining people for one of several possibilities. A SECRET nuclear or toxic or biological accident. A deliberate weapons test. A disease being kept secret from the public or some kind of Nefarious,... show more
    Best answer: They are NOT "Aliens"----They are Government operatives, Like NSA, etc. They are monitoring and examining people for one of several possibilities. A SECRET nuclear or toxic or biological accident. A deliberate weapons test. A disease being kept secret from the public or some kind of Nefarious, unethical experiment.
    Any of the above makes more sense than actual "Aliens"--especially since such Government agencies have a known reputation for unethical Shenanigans.
    One aspect that makes the above scenario Believable, unlike a speculative "conspiracy theory", is that the "Aliens" all have the same appearance described by the victims. That would not happen unless they ALL saw the same thing, otherwise 100 people "inventing" an "Alien" would invent 100 different looking "Aliens". Suggesting the abductors use the same Dummy or animatronic to further confuse and discourage reports by the victims, should the amnesia drugs wear off.---This would be especially true before the 1977 movie "Close encounters" before there was a popular "alien icon".

    People chosen would be those exposed to whatever substance that is being tested for --or the effects of it. Only a Government could do something on such large a scale--or need to A hoax would be pointless. and liars or "imaginative people" would all have different descriptions.
    8 answers · 6 months ago
  • Cool things/studies to learn?

    I ve recently gotten into palm reading, Zodiac signs, runes, the Victorian flower language, and Tarot cards. I was wondering if anyone knew any studies along those lines I could learn about?
    I ve recently gotten into palm reading, Zodiac signs, runes, the Victorian flower language, and Tarot cards. I was wondering if anyone knew any studies along those lines I could learn about?
    10 answers · 6 months ago
  • HELP there are aliens at my house they are trying to probe me. how do I get them to go away?

    Best answer: Just don't bend over.
    Best answer: Just don't bend over.
    7 answers · 6 months ago
  • If nibiru's orbit stretches out so far from the sun, how does the anninaki survive the thousands of years in the cold icy stretches in space?

    Best answer: Hibernation? Underground?
    Best answer: Hibernation? Underground?
    7 answers · 6 months ago
  • Should schools teach children to be skeptical?

    Best answer: Yes, absolutely. But this should be in the form of critical thinking training, where skepticism is a strong component. "Critical thinking is the objective analysis of facts to form a judgment.[1] The subject is complex, and there are several different definitions which generally include the rational,... show more
    Best answer: Yes, absolutely. But this should be in the form of critical thinking training, where skepticism is a strong component.

    "Critical thinking is the objective analysis of facts to form a judgment.[1] The subject is complex, and there are several different definitions which generally include the rational, skeptical, unbiased analysis or evaluation of factual evidence."
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_thinking

    That would give students the proper tools required to objectively evaluate claims and make sound evidence-based decisions on all aspects of their lives. Most importantly, it would give them a fundamental understanding of how science and scientific method works. This is clearly lacking in many education systems.

    Perhaps then fewer people will fall for nonsense like the moon landing "hoax", and perhaps we'd have a shot at getting some decent politicians elected.
    8 answers · 6 months ago