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 Post subject: Re: ARM CHAIR FOR SALE?
PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2009 6:45 am 
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Jeff, the people who most likely will come forward with funding for your ideas will want to own the re-writes of your discoveries, so watch your back.

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 Post subject: Re: ARM CHAIR FOR SALE?
PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2009 2:49 pm 
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Oh I've been watching alright.
Did some research the other day about books, and almost downloaded a virus that would have probably scaned by computer, where there are a lot of my writings I have been working on lately.
My computer zapped that one in the butt, I have four anti-virus programs.
They can find their own ideas, and I'll probably do my own web-page.

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 Post subject: Re: ARM CHAIR FOR SALE?
PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2009 5:13 pm 
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Jeff,

I hope you back up your files on an external hard drive, or discs. Just to be on the safe side.

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 Post subject: Re: ARM CHAIR FOR SALE?
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I back up all my files on a smart chip.

My sister is helping me now get some of the writings proof read and corrected so they can be put out in my book.
Have now typed over 300 pages into the computer.

Jeff


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The true meaning of the word skepticism has nothing to do with doubt, disbelief, or negativity. Skepticism is the process of applying reason and critical thinking to determine validity. It's the process of finding a supported conclusion, not the justification of a preconceived conclusion.True skepticism is important in the practice of magick. If a magician is not a true skeptic, a mage might become a victim of his or her fantasies and imagination. A single successful result after performing a ritual might just be chance and not the result of magick at all. Repeated successful results after performing magick is indicative of the effectiveness of your magick.

A debunker is an individual who tries to discredit and contradict certain allegations as false, exaggerated and frivolous. This is a person who exposes the hollowness of claims that have been made by another party.A debunker, on the other hand, simply denies something. Debunkers will work hard and come up with all sorts of bizarre concepts and outright lies to defend their current beliefs. An example of this is the famous “sTARBABY” incident as reported originally in FATE magazine. Trying to disprove the reality of one aspect of astrology, some researchers repeatedly decreased the size of the sample until they got the results they desired. When this was revealed it changed the face of debunking, splitting CSICOP and ensuring that they would never officially fund “research” again.


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