Thursday, March 24, 2011

How Faith in supernatural beings works

I am astonished to find out that most of us tend to believe in unscientific faith systems. Once someone has faith in some ideology, it is the end of discussion for him. His eyes are blinded and his ears are deafened. He will not listen to your side of the story. No matter what proof you present, he will stick to his faith. This was not only the case in primitive tribal people when they started to follow false religions but this supernatural way of thinking is still in place. People of the computer age are no different. They show the same tendencies to have faith in baloney practices as the people of the dark ages had.

I have met many people in my life who are intelligent and capable of understanding the complexities of life. They solve their problems with scientific approach frequently, but when it comes to their belief system they are tend to surrender all their cognitive faculties to a baloney faith system.

People who advocate about extra terrestrial beings and their artwork on earth (CROP CIRCLES) are clear example of Faith victims :)

Following video tries to prove that Crop Circles are created by extraterrestrial beings.

Uploaded on Release: Sep 17, 2010
Total views as on 25 Mar,2011: 104,246
500 likes, 13 dislikes

And now watch the video showing the "extra terrestrial beings" who actually created those CROP CIRCLES.

Total views as on 25th March 2011: 60,450
Uploaded on Apr 21, 2008

76 likes, 28 dislikes

Notice the like/dislike statistics shown by Youtube. It is interesting to note that the percentage of viewers disliking the second video is higher than the one which alleges alien actions. This may be because it is scientific and presents the plain truth in a rather dry and boring fashion, whereas the first video is more thrilling and appealing to believers… even if it has no basis in truth.

Matthew Williams was arrested and charged for making many crop circles and claiming that they were extraterrestrial in origin.

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