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10 months ago
CJD1965
Not sure how this is more relevant in Mysteries particularly in that it's not about a mystery but historical discoveries but you're the Mod so whatever
Forum: Mysteries
10 months ago
CJD1965
There is so much that's being revealed about Mayan culture using LiDar. They were far more sophisticated and advanced than first imagined. I wonder if some of these ancient visitors that Graham talks about in his book contributed to that.
Forum: Mysteries
10 months ago
CJD1965
Very interesting article about how LiDar as changed what we know about the Mayans in Guatemala. Apparently the results have been amazing. Any thoughts about this?
Forum: Mysteries
10 months ago
CJD1965
Question. Our European Canadians being found with this haplogroup or is it just Native populations?
Forum: Mysteries
10 months ago
CJD1965
Very impressive. Thank you for posting! I wish I could be there to see it. Having Viking ancestors I've always been curious about their histories and lives. I often wish I lived in Europe so that I could travel more easily to these places.
Forum: History
10 months ago
CJD1965
Aine Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Susan is not a troll, just a die hard skeptic. Oh I think don't think she's a troll either. I was trying to piece together what the conclusions this thread had come to.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
10 months ago
CJD1965
Having a leader doesn't always mean that that person wants you to agree with them all the time, but the board here exists at Graham's will and under Graham's authority. He's designated it as a space for open discussion, but it has rules like any other discussion board. The mods are an extension of that authority, and they help him to enforce the rules. The fact remains that Graham could decide
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
10 months ago
CJD1965
QuoteSusan This board has no king', all members of GH have equal status as members. QuoteSusan Any GH member's motivation is his/her own, and no-one has more authority than any other, except for the Mods. Doesn't your second statement contradict the first? Also I would counter the idea that there is no "king". I would say Graham is the "king" here since it's his board
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
10 months ago
CJD1965
So the conclusions of this thread are that psychic powers exist or at least there are some things that deny explanation and Susan is a troll. ok I think that all of this makes sense
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
10 months ago
CJD1965
I had a vision of having an accident hours before I did.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
10 months ago
CJD1965
There are many accounts like this.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
10 months ago
CJD1965
I keeping this for the next time I get into discussions about the Amazing Randy. This exactly describes him.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
10 months ago
CJD1965
QuoteRay Piaget is the extreme opposite of you. He developed his own scientific background, then, over years of exploration, found ways to systematically evaluate the cognitive development of children through observation, interactions, and analyses of phenomenal reports. If you were serious about understanding cognitive development in children, you would have learned about his work and discoverie
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
11 months ago
CJD1965
What was the estimated size of the braincase?
Forum: Author of the Month
11 months ago
CJD1965
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteHere is a whole list of them. Take your > pick > > > I didn't ask for a link, I asked for a fact. If > you can't be bothered to pick one out and quote > it, I shall assume there isn't one to be found. My > software is good, but finding info on an internet > page involves list
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
11 months ago
CJD1965
Landslide no. If Bernie ends up running against him then I don't know that he could win. It's been pointed out previously many times that the message Trump gave about wanting to drain the swamp and the fact that he wasn't a Washington insider ( and many people's genuine distaste for Hillary and how she got the nomination) were what put him there. A lot of those same people who said that was w
Forum: Global Village
11 months ago
CJD1965
What I find interesting is online you can find a parish register for Stratford. There is a "William Shakspere,gent."listed there and the person who put the book together asterisked the entry and said that it was the burial entry for the "Immortal Bard": Someone one named William Shakspere lived there. Whether he was the person who was the bard we don't know for sure. I
Forum: History
11 months ago
CJD1965
What type of remains have been found of these people? One of the articles I read said only fragments but has part of a skull been found so they can estimate the size of the brain? I'm very curious as to what evidence there is of how their brains worked. There is art I believe?
Forum: Author of the Month
11 months ago
CJD1965
It's not a delusion. It's an illusion.
Forum: Inner Space
11 months ago
CJD1965
QuoteSusan DorisYour opinion about that causes me not even the smallest ripple of concern! And it will not, of course, prevent me from continuing to present reality and the distinction between fact, fiction and unknowns. Susan You mean your opinion of what reality is?
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
11 months ago
CJD1965
QuoteSusan DorisOne objective quotation from his work would be encouragement to do so, otherwise I'll give it a miss. Here is a whole list of them. Take your pick QuoteSusan Doriswell, it is here that I find your opinions to be the smug ones. Do you follow the scientific method with your theories and ideas? (Note: 'theories' with a decidedly lower case t here.) Where are your objective
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
11 months ago
CJD1965
I should have posted that video. I had forgotten about Rupert Sheldrake. Thanks for posting it.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
CJD1965
QuoteAine Just a note of caution here. It has to be done correctly or cholesterol and A1C go sky high. I see this all the time in vegetarians. Check out the work of Caldwell Esselstyn, T. Colin Campbell, Neal Barnard. They have a whole program design to explain the right way to do it. Whole Foods Plant based is essentially a vegan diet. No added sugar, foods are consumed whole or minimally
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
CJD1965
QuoteSusan Doris Decided? How? I reject that accusation on behalf of all the good scientists up to the present time. If they did indeed do so, then that would be their credibility as scientists blown out of the water. If you aren't aware of the bias against religion and spirituality in Science then I can't help you there. It's a long established fact. There is a reason I didn't continue on and b
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
CJD1965
A whole foods plant based diet which is low in sugar and salt can help keep blood sugars in check.
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
CJD1965
Parish Priests often were like cult leaders in their small communities. The children would have been told from an early age that they must revere him and that he was their confidant in spiritual matters. I can see her actually telling him something and him being able to somewhat shape the responses.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
CJD1965
QuoteSusan Doris they do not just "believe in" them, they observe the effects, check that these effects are independently observed, make predictions as a result of what they have worked out, and then present a Theory, which they know can be disproved or challenged, or improved,and that will stand as it has used the scientific method to be found Susan, it's all about what they believe
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
CJD1965
QuoteSusan DorisScientist know gravity exists because of the objective, experimental evidence; the emotion generally described as love is a reality and reactions in certain parts of the brain can be detected and measured. The problem with using gravity as an example is that it's also not conclusively proven that it exists. Scientist have taken it on faith that it does because they've been ab
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
CJD1965
Once a month at least
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
CJD1965
Yes that's one of the benefits. Helping adoptees and birth parents.
Forum: Global Village
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