There is a reality here. Whether you agree with it or not, it’s hard truth. Maybe it’s truth in my eyes? But through my eyes, this is what I see. I see people arguing, mocking, insulting others for what their research has told them. To the point where it becomes classless and callous. The problem that we have here is that without hard core evidence and proof, it’s all speculation. Nobody is wrong. As well, nobody is right! Hard pill to swallow, I know! But it’s the truth! Who out there has proven the existence of Dogman or Bigfoot? Who out there knows the real agenda behind aliens and UFOs? Who out there knows what a ghost truly is? The experiencers, in my opinion, are a lot closer to the truth than any so-called skeptical researcher. But the reality is, no one knows.
We see it all the time! The Bigfoot debate between hominid and supernatural. No one is actually trying to learn what a ghost is, or why it’s here. We have definitions, but truly what it is, we have zero clue! The chatter about aliens being a threat, from government officials on down is another case of controlling a narrative. We don’t know! We don’t know about gnomes or consciousness, or psychic ability. We don’t know. We only know what is there. We know it’s happening. But we do not know the why or the how to this very scientific equation.
In fields of study like this, opinion is way too powerful of a stance. You know the old saying, opinions are likes asses, everybody has one. Well, we could say there are a lot of asses in these fields as well. Gone are the days of rational discussion. In are the days of insult, social media, cutting down, and debunking. Armchair researchers sitting behind a computer, smartphone or tablet arguing points because they don’t believe what another person is saying. Gone is rational thought. Critical thinking is questioned as well. We have to remember that mostly all points are valid. Mostly all research is valid. How can we compute what is going on if we don’t know what the heck we are actually searching for? We must do better at opening our minds to the possibilities of what could be, compared to what we think it should be.
I may be the dude writing this, but there are serious lessons for me personally as well that I need to improve on and take note of. Let’s all just be honest and have fun seeking the unknown. Together, as a team, we may learn, and eventually find the answers to what we are looking for! So for now, I’m tired. I’m going to sleep!