> The fact is that the more intelligent people on
> this planet are happy with a guy like Osmanagic.
> If we would have to depend on the immense ignorant
> mainstream 'scientists' (from whom a few here have
> the desire to master the forums), humanity, or
> better the light in our world, wouldn't make any
> progress at all.
Mario, keep that statement in mind next time you type a response on your computer, which is seen by people all over the world through the invention known as the Internet.
Remember it when you use your phone, when you fly in a plane or drive your car, and when you get to your destination with your GPS. Remember it when you switch on a light, and turn on your TV, your cooker, your dishwasher, your washing machine and your clothes dryer. Remember it when you heat your house in winter or cool it in summer with electricity.
Remember it when you watch a spectacular rocket launch or see the Space Station pass overhead. Remember it when you look at the latest images from one of the spacecraft exploring the surface of Mars or sending back images from a comet or a distant planet.
In short, Mario, remember it every waking moment of your day.
> Mainstream science is suffering from ignorance and
> tends to avoid any real questions or real
No Mario. Look in the mirror to see who is ‘suffering from ignorance and avoid(ing) any real questions or real challenges’.
> It's in fact not interesting to listen to the same
> old boring stuff of 'scientists' rambling about
> evidence. It's the paradigm that limits them to
> look behind the veils. The 'scientists' are the
> best conditioned puppets on our planet today. We
> don't need more of those.
Remember that when you abandon every contribution to your life that was made by scientists when you leave it all behind to go and live in a cave.
> Three times hurray for Osmanagic and his team!:)
What a sad world you live in, when an attention-seeking hoaxter is your role model.