Posted on January 26th, 2012 at 12:54 AM by Alaskankare

I consider myself to be a simple but intelligent person. I believe that curiosity is the key to living, and that if you stopped being curious what would be the point to life? I have an interest in cryptozoology, paranormal and the mysteries of the universe. As the number of shows in these genres have grown, my disappoint in the investigation techniques grew, too. Some shows, like Destination Truth, perform excellent and detailed investigations. Other shows, like Finding Bigfoot, lack greatly in the use of scientific method.

It is due in part to the Finding Bigfoot show, that I have chosen to create this site. Thru Twitter, I proposed several theories to the “scientist” of the team on ways to find evidence. The “scientist” responded rudely and labeled me as theorizing incessantly (details will be posted on the Bigfoot page). How could a scientist, who by definition needs to create a theory according to scientific method, say that someone theorized too much? Many theories in the scientific world cannot be field researched immediately. Sometimes, the person with the theory does not have the means to conduct the investigation. This was the reason I had proposed my theories to this “scientist” who was actively investigating Bigfoot. I proposed my theories to spur them onto a new thought pattern, a new lead for investigation. Instead, I was dismissed as simply being an armchair quarterback that didn’t know what I was talking about because I had never gone out to look for bigfoot. With the realization that there may be others like myself, I created this site for the dismissed and thrown aside to discuss intelligently about different subjects in our universe. I created a place for people “To Theorize Incessantly.”

3 Responses to “ The Why and the What For? ”

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    • Kumchai says:

      There are multiple theories for 2012Three groups (The mayans, Notradomus[though notradomus was not a group] and the chinese) have predicted a doomsday on december twelfth, 2012.Several things are proven to occur around this time, like the solar maximum, which is not a major idea.Common theories include a pole shift, a planetary alignment, and a gamma ray burst. the pole shift would cause all of the computer drives to be lost and as humans have become so reliant on technology, this would end us. In the planetary alignment scenario, the sun and earth would align with the center of the galaxy, causing a black hole (however this is rather unlikely) and the gamma ray burst (my personal favorite) is a burst of light coming from a star, we could die from a gamma ray burst at any second, and a gamma ray burst caused the first mass extinction.There are other theories, such as rapture and meteorites but gamma ray burst is the most likely (in my opinion) ME: Any disaster won’t kill all of us, some will survive, even if it was in the tiniest population, in a deep cave. Maybe this is where the Atlantians came from. Maybe they were advanced humans that survived a disaster, and thus had greater knowledge of the world.

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