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http://freeenergytruth.com/pseudoscepticism/

Thanks for that link GK, I think everyone should read this article then review the pattern of behavior found in some of the posts here. I have been saying this very thing for quite some time now however it seems to have fallen on deaf ears.

It was never about believing in free energy or not in my opinion it is about a lack of intelligent debate and in fact some may note that the moment a pseudosceptic enters a thread all intelligent debate comes to an abrupt halt. Now if their intent was to invoke real debate of the issues then why does all debate come to an end every single time they appear?. The article also describes the pattern of behavior fairly well and the first sign is usually a complete rejection of anything outside the norm regardless of any facts. Next there is personal attacks on individuals and this usually degenerates into name calling and degrading statements.

It is actually quite comical if a person has studied psychology and knows what to look for because the pattern is very predictable. As well the media tends to use pseudosceptics to create a polarized division between any two view points for the sake of entertainment. For instance 1000 people see a metallic craft travelling at astronomical speeds and making 90 degree turns and the supposed expert tells us this is swamp gas. Of course the expert must be delusional to even suggest this but because they are considered an expert it goes without question, without any real debate. As well what is equally disturbing is that people who consider themselves to be rational and responsible adults would believe such a thing. I am not suggesting it must be an alien craft I am suggesting that only a nut case would imply swamp gas can move at astronomical speeds and make 90 degree turns.

In any case it is easy to spot a pseudosceptic because they really have no interest in real debate of anything and their actions are generally defined as a superiority compex intent on upholding the norm and little more.

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I would also like to note that the article GK posted makes reference to a site called Randi.org which redefines the term pseudosceptic. I found this site about the same time I was studying psychology and found it was a gold mine of extreme beliefs and behavior. As well the site proclaimes to be about critical thinking however the behavior is most definately fanatic and any mention of anything outside the accepted set of beliefs is attacked. I use the term "attack" specifically because of the aggressive nature in which the pseudosceptics challege what they perceive as a threat to their beliefs.

It is also interesting that most all forms of religion are attacked in a violent manner and yet the pseudosceptics behavior is exactly like that of a religious extremist. Fundamentally they are and act exactly like the one thing they proclaim to hate the most which many rational people may find hard to comprehend. A rational person might say I do not believe what you believe nor do I agree with it however this is not what happens in this case. The pseudosceptic challenges the intelligence of the person to establish their superiority then continues to degrade and belittle them to cease all rational debate on the matter. It has nothing to do with science and nothing to do with facts, it is simply a psychological defense mechanism to defend normalcy which relates to peer pressure.

I have found that this extreme type of elitist behavior is also on the rise and in many cases it is disguised as patriotism or nationalism as a means of control through peer pressure. I believe there is a saying to the effect that the people who are easiest to control are the one's who believe they are not being controlled in some way. In any case if anyone wants to see the other side of extremist and fanatical behavior Randi.org is definately a sight to behold.

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Well-written, thanks GK.
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A true sceptic objectively enquires and seeks evidence, challenging all sides of the debate, including their own beliefs. Real sceptics are not preoccupied with taking sides, but objectively enquire to seek the truth, no matter where it leads. An admirable pursuit indeed.


Pseudosceptics & Pseudoscepticism

Pseudosceptics on the other hand, have a pre-defined agenda to preserve dogma and to dismiss out of hand any ideas not conforming to the establishment point of view. Essentially this makes them establishment defenders.
   
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I have found that this extreme type of elitist behavior is also on the rise and in many cases it is disguised as patriotism or nationalism as a means of control through peer pressure.

Interesting  considering your username. Escape this.
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I have found that this extreme type of elitist behavior is also on the rise and in many cases it is disguised as patriotism or nationalism as a means of control through peer pressure.

Interesting  considering your username. Escape this.

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Beware of the cellophane!
http://governmentsecrets.com/2014/08/algorithm-recovers-speech-from-the-vibrations-of-a-potato-chip-bag-filmed-through-soundproof-glass/

This method uses a high speed camera but it worked quite well with microwaves, laser, UV and IR back in the 70's.

All sides did it (do it today). The U.S. embassies in China and Russia were built with embedded strips of metal in the walls. We had to ferret them out for removal from the inside before the buildings were considered secure. The hosting country would bounce microwaves off the metal strips to pick up internal sounds.
The transmit power used in Russia was so strong that it caused illness for the embassy occupants.

Hell, we could pick up the contents of a CRT screen from half a mile away through brick walls.

The only thing new about this is the wasted use of high speed cameras and programming time.

Our motto was 'In GOD we trust. ALL OTHERS WE MONITOR'.

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Interesting statement about the propulsion unit:
http://earthweareone.com/if-you-think-we-are-alone-in-the-universe-you-might-want-to-see-this/

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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzwOFCSFms4[/youtube]
   

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Hi GK,

I'm quite sure they are not melting rock,  They are using vibration and grit to bore a hole through the rock,  the way it was done hundreds of years ago.  A tube of any kind rotated or vibrated on the stone with grit and water will do the same thing, a modern diamond bore saw just eliminates the grit but is basically the same thing.  I have bored many a stone with diamond bits but I have yet to see melted stone except for Browns gas or water torches and Lava.

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