MARRIAGE OF TRUE MINDS ADMIT IMPEDIMENTS
etc etc etc yada yada yada and so forth ad infinitem. Now impedimate your mind with this snippet—
“… Of course, considering its accuracy, age, and the fact that its artistic style was not consistent with what was known from the era it supposedly belongs to, it was thought that what has come to be known as the Nebra Sky Disk was nothing more than a hoax or forgery, and prehistory professor at the University of Bristol, Richard Harrison, would say of it:
When I first heard about the Nebra Disc I thought it was a joke, indeed I thought it was a forgery. Because it’s such an extraordinary piece that it wouldn’t surprise any of us that a clever forger had cooked this up in a backroom and sold it for a lot of money …”
—referring to this beast
—which I just snup from CLICK HERE (being a link supplied by one of my very most favourite cranks, a guy called Graham Hancock (who does tend to get around a bit, look, see for himself and burble about what he’s seen as if his conclusions actually make any sense).
Which they do …
Conform, you damned disruptive bastard, and you’ll get your stipend (it means Meal Ticket) for life. (Plus due Hons, of course …)
BUT STATE WHAT YOU
have actually found (and believe to be The Truth), and …
—and you promptly cop both barrels. No holds barred, no ifs, no buts … you are history, Bub! (Just ask one Virginia Steen McIntyre*).
—and conclude that here’s yet another idiot too thick to gauge which way the winds are blowing and reset his sails accordingly. (They pays the price, hey?)
Snippet above was snup from my very favourite crank—
—whom I personally believe to be a helluva lot more correct than the mainstream. Eventually progress will prove us right, in the meantime you may cast asparagus upon our utterings and mutterings, verily, until the tenth generation etc etc yada yada yada … and never forget that the prophets of (current**) science state only the Gospel Truth.
* And anyone else suicidally stupid enough to bleat the truth about what they have found, believing it to be The Truth.
(Easy answer = NO!)
And why not?
I can think of a few reasons but my primary would be Human Nature … and the fact that saving the planet has now become Big Business in itself.
But for those with an inquisitive bent, and altruistic desires, I offer this dude—
—who for all I know may just be a convincing con-man too (I’m ever a sucker for a well told tale).
Go there at your peril …
This won’t take much ‘time’ to view, it’s all good clean fun and I’m posting it for reasons that will be obvious to anyone who has partaken of my blog & comments in the past.
In the meantime, please enjoy—
—and if you go there it’ll only take less than five precious minutes out of your life. But, you’ll have a scientific argument to use against moi own humble furry self and a further reason to think I should stick to burying
postme bones in the back yard.
Or not …
too good not to …
I uplifted this from the wwweb tonight—
—and thought it too apt not to share.
For those interested, the webbie itself was—
—go gettum, Tiger! (Or not~)
Spaced out, man …
whilst watching my usual rubbish about history, man-in-space, aliens, antiquity, Gods, the price of chips these days and other vital stuff I came across an interesting snippet—
—wherein the wee fellow mentions a cute little crittur that seems too good to be true. I think he called it a ‘teddybear’ or something similar … wotever. (His conjectures still make you think, no?)
or not …
They gotta be
‘Cos if they ain’t cranks … we is in a lotta trubble …
We can sweep it all back under the rug; and just like Fletcher said to that nice Mr Bligh before he was himself faced with facing the dilemma—
“All is well ‘tween decks, Sir!”
Now get thee to this guy and even if you dislike a lot of what he says … much of it is still grounds for thought.
(How long did he say that blasted fish had been extinct?)