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Agent MattPosted: Apr 29, 2011 - 23:45

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I have also gone on documentary sprees, and I have concluded something different, could it be because of my experiences, probably.
Actually chakras, or energy points in the body, do have scientific support, if it didnt, acupuncture wouldnt exist, there is equipment that can measure electrical signals, our brains put off electrical signals, so do trees, and everything else, in quantum mechanics as you should know from what the bleep, everything is made up of the same thing, energy, and can be seen using the right equipment, just like you can tell me there is only the earth and the sun, because thats all you can see, and I can say step right over here, I have the right equipment to prove there's more, this thing is called the hubble telescope,
If you experienced something possibly supernatural you may say it was just a coincidence, Ive experienced things in my life that where so coincidental in timing, and events, that there was no doubt in my mind it couldve been due to synchronization of my thoughts, and the universe.
what the bleep and esoteric agenda are both very good and educational movies, I think esoteric agenda explains certain things more in depth and better then zeitgeist does, and jordan maxwell has some good movies, like the naked truth, it goes into religion more in depth then anything Ive seen. So in some cases I disagree. Not because of videos Ive seen, but life experiences.

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The Real RoxettePosted: Apr 30, 2011 - 03:20

There ARE more sluts in public schools. Shut up and let me explain.

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"What the bleep do we know?" is a really retarded movie, it even talks about "water memory," as in water (like in the toilet) remembers things. Oh and of course, if you've never seen something, you can't see it: the film claims that Native Americans didn't see European boats coming, because they'd never seen European boats before, so they were invisible. It's a whole mess of pseudo-quantum physics.

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Wolf BirdPosted: Apr 30, 2011 - 06:49

I shoot you dead.

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"If there were no chakras, acupuncture wouldn't exist."


Also, yet more evidence that TZM, despite all its claims, has absolutely jackshit to do with real science and more to do with pseudoscience. Is it just me, or since the TVP/TZM drama, has TZM been getting much more new agey?

Matt, please continue your 'Zeitard sez' series. It has given me several chuckles, a few facepalms and some rages.

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CyborgJesusPosted: Apr 30, 2011 - 08:05

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the film claims that Native Americans didn't see European boats coming, because they'd never seen European boats before, so they were invisible

Jeez, how do we see anything then.

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Agent MattPosted: Apr 30, 2011 - 14:51

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"If you listen to David Icke's description of what the moon is you'll see we completely fit what you just said about the sheep, word by word. These are really weird concepts when compared to day-to-day life but considering that everything is information and we are actually traveling in the 4th spatial dimension, as Einstein said, it makes astonishingly perfect sense."

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anticultistPosted: Apr 30, 2011 - 15:44

Brainwashing you for money

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haha..oh my fucking god, that site's going even further downhill really fast, in a matter of a few days the cranks have started to infest the posts.

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