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Offline danblast

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Is the search for answers dead?
« on: August 26, 2014, 08:24:57 PM »
I'm sad to see such inactivity on this forum. I check in every once and awhile and contribute anything interesting I come across but it seems and I am sad to say it that this topic has been dead for a while.

Any thoughts on how to resurrect it?

Offline majicbar

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Re: Is the search for answers dead?
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2014, 12:05:59 AM »
I'm sad to see such inactivity on this forum. I check in every once and awhile and contribute anything interesting I come across but it seems and I am sad to say it that this topic has been dead for a while.

Any thoughts on how to resurrect it?
If we controlled the phenomena, were it only a hoax, it is unlike Schrodinger's cat, it is dead. However if the phenomena were real, as I believe, then the cat is not dead until disclosure, when we find out what reports of it's existence were real and which reports were false. We, you and I give it a look every once and a while to see if the box is still there, if disclosure has been made or if somebody has killed an ill conceived cat.