Cheers for Michael Shermer, and more frantic fears from Ben Davidson
I recently took long overdue action against failed skeptic Derek Bartholomaus, who had crossed the line of factuality, as well as decency, in his vain and libelous attacks on Billy Meier.
Cheers for Michael Shermer
And while I’ve often faulted skeptics like Michael Shermer for their ridiculously prejudicial, unscientific attempts to debunk the Billy Meier UFO contacts, instead of actually investigate them, I’ve pointed out my agreement with, and respect for Shermer on previous occasions and I’m glad to do so again.
I thoroughly enjoyed and agreed with his rebuttal to the frighteningly irrationality of the ever-arrogant, religiously-deluded radio host, Dennis Prager. My own attempts to reach and reason with Prager, including as a call-in guest on his show, were futile.
Agreeing with Michael Shermer in this case is easy. In fact, maybe Shermer isn’t aware that the blessed God of the OT did indeed call for murder, lots of it, and was nothing short of a genocidal terrorist.
I’ve also both agreed and disagreed with skeptical professor, Peter Boghossian, regarding the Meier case. As I mentioned, I think his approach of asking religious believers how they arrived at their beliefs, rather than attacking them for having them, is a wise and respectful thing to do…absent his efforts to convert them to his beliefs in atheism.
The Skeptical Twitch
The problem is that the skeptics have their own spastic, knee-jerk, blindly religious reactions to the mere mention of Meier’s name, so conditioned are they by their own presumptions and beliefs about it.
However, if skeptics like Michael Shermer behaved as rationally and scientifically when investigating the Billy Meier UFO case, as they do when confronting religion, then progress would certainly be made.
Update on Ben Davidson
NOTE: PLEASE SEE THIS UPDATE
I can report to you that once Ben Davidson read my blog pertaining to him and his over-the-top hit man, he suddenly became very communicative, if not exactly rational and self-responsible, as well as more threatening.
In his numerous, clumsy and inept attempts to intimidate me with a lawsuit, he even mentioned that he had gone to law school. I replied that I noticed that he also…played golf. Based on the rambling, frantic and disorganized nature of his comments, I think there’s a good chance that he’s better at golf. And that would also apply to his ridiculously mangled science pertaining to climate change, global warming, etc., which appear to be in support of the party line of corporate climate deniers. Hmmm.
Also, for a scientist’s shredding of Davidson’s nonsensical blaming climate change, etc., sol-ely on the sun, see Dr. Strong’s channel. Certainly, the impeccably, prophetically accurate environmental and scientific information, from Billy Meier*, that both Greg Dougall and I offered Davidson, who said he welcomed comments and information, exceeds even Dr. Strong’s knowledge. Having also informed him of Meier’s information, I do look forward to his comments as well.
Regarding the angry homophobe, hater and lunatic, Trevor Toler, Ben said:
“…he is an outside contributor and attempts to fraudulently harm my reputation my picking the most-offensive person in the community and proclaiming he speaks for me or is ‘authorized’.”
One could innocently ask a few questions like, “So, why is he still listed as a contributor on your site?”
Additionally, Davidson proudly stated that Toler is only one of…930 people to whom they’ve given a company email account – without any vetting. Davidson was emphatic in stating that he has absolutely no responsibility for what they say while using their company accounts and likens them to Yahoo or Gmail accounts…seriously.
Speaking of Skeptics Again
I will be having a segment on my new Tuesday night show for skeptics to pose their questions in the chat room. Hopefully, we’ll do phone-ins later at some point also. The rules for this will be to pose a question, or challenge, and be prepared, if making claims about some kind of hoax, etc., to factually substantiate them. Any kinds of gratuitous attacks, instead of questions, etc., will be dismissed and deleted. So, for those skeptics who think they have some smoking gun, etc., let’s take a look at and address your concerns.
Some Very Good News
I’m glad to announce that there are two new YT channels supporting Meier-related information, etc.:
Please enjoy and support their work.
Also, Greg Dougall, who has the great distinction of introducing us to Ben Davidson and his skewed science (among other things) has a great blog here.
*As sent to Ben Davidson, for his education:
And yes, you too can have a beam of light shining out of your big head! Especially useful during the early darkening of winter, or impressing your friends at parties, etc.:
The revolution begins within.