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size_of_light 03-02-2019 03:16 AM

Brian Cock - I mean Cox - on Why Ghosts Aren't Real
 
Brian Cox, aka Cocky, The Big Cock, the Cockmeister General, aka the poster-boy for materialist dipshits the world over, on why ghosts aren't real:

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Spoiler: Hardly worth watching, but the question is posed at 03:52 and this is what he says when asked if ghosts are real:

Quote:

"Again, no, sadly I think.

As far as we stand, as far as we can tell, and we understand science very well...no. But I don't want to ruin Halloween!"
This disingenuous bullshit ranks right up there with Neil Degrasse Tyson explaining UFOs aren't real because "it's impossible for them to get here" and Richard Dawkins figuring out that there's no God (the strawman he hides behind and uses to dismiss the possibility of transcendent consciousness after death) because "there's so many different gods."

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"...we understand science very well"
...according to The Cock.

So well in fact, that neuroscientists have NO IDEA where consciousness is produced in the brain, how it might produce it, or even if the brain is the source of consciousness (spoiler alert: it isn't).

But apparently he understands science well enough to know that 'ghosts' (and he obviously means any 'paranormal phenomena') aren't real.

It would be funny in a pathetic kinda way if it weren't for the fact that all these slick, vacuous conman weasels of the Materialist Prison-Mind Complex are actually taken seriously by the bewildered and the comfortably smug.

Dude111 03-02-2019 05:39 AM

Thats stupid....... I guess the spirits will have to prove themselves to him if they really want to!!

decim 03-02-2019 02:06 PM

Con science


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andy1033 03-02-2019 02:12 PM

This is why america is bat sh*t scared of saudi royal family, is it?

Why do you think, that the saudi royal family, can do anything they want to america, and get away with it?

If 3d matter was all there was, america would of taken over the world by now. They have not.

You can be sure, the american gov, have scientifically studied all paranormal stuff. So why are they so scared of things like the saudi royal familes?

All the big countries believe in the paranormal, and have studied it enormously. Obviously he never got those studies.

decim 03-02-2019 03:11 PM

Psy-ence.
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truegroup 05-02-2019 09:47 AM

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Originally Posted by decim (Post 1063057879)

Masons on the Moon? So they use a picture of Al Bean(on the Moon!) a non mason:lol:

You don't check anything do you!

merlincove 05-02-2019 10:13 AM

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Originally Posted by andy1033 (Post 1063057870)
This is why america is bat sh*t scared of saudi royal family, is it?

Why do you think, that the saudi royal family, can do anything they want to america, and get away with it?

If 3d matter was all there was, america would of taken over the world by now. They have not.

You can be sure, the american gov, have scientifically studied all paranormal stuff. So why are they so scared of things like the saudi royal familes?

All the big countries believe in the paranormal, and have studied it enormously. Obviously he never got those studies.

What?

merlincove 05-02-2019 10:30 AM

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Originally Posted by size_of_light (Post 1063057829)
Brian Cox....
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"...we understand science very well"

So, this wave and particle thing.... :)

Cox saying he understands science very well is like a chicken thinking that it understands the farmyard very well.

The chicken may have some tiny semblance of understanding it's own place in the farmyard, but that doesn't mean that it understands anything at all about cows, or milk or Christmas dinner.

If it understands anything, then, perhaps it understands the basic most aspects of the world around it that pertains to it, but that isn't understanding the farmyard well.

It just understands the bits it needs to, the bits that have been revealed to it.

But, does it ever ask: where does the corn come from?

:)

i can understand sciences need to banish, or at least explain, the mish-mash concepts of God as given to us within literature - but that nature itself could be just a small part of this 'being' that we perceive as God, an aspect of a much greater whole that we choose to name, in order to know, can not really be part of 'science' - because it is something so large to 'know' - in and of itself.

That nature not only steers the planets, but that it created the planets, in much the same way as it created a seed that turned into a forest is wholly alien to a mind that seeks to find balance and order in the smallest things - when the balance and order of the universe, that is like a droplet in a vast ocean that eb's and flow' because of a balance too huge to be perceived - understanding 'science very well' in the face of what science actually is, is about as ironic as a chicken knowing that the egg came first.

Perhaps Cox, and his ilk can't understand consciousness because their minds are populated by numbers wanting to fit together, shaped by ways of making them fit together - when, ultimately, things either fit together, or they don't.

But, for a cog to move one way, it needs a cog to move the opposite way.

And while consciousness moves in one direction, it allows others to move in the opposite direction - that doesn't mean to say that either are wrong, or right, but that both make something happen - and they make it happen together :)

aratron 05-02-2019 11:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by size_of_light (Post 1063057829)
Brian Cox, aka Cocky, The Big Cock, the Cockmeister General, aka the poster-boy for materialist dipshits the world over, on why ghosts aren't real:

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Spoiler: Hardly worth watching, but the question is posed at 03:52 and this is what he says when asked if ghosts are real:



This disingenuous bullshit ranks right up there with Neil Degrasse Tyson explaining UFOs aren't real because "it's impossible for them to get here" and Richard Dawkins figuring out that there's no God (the strawman he hides behind and uses to dismiss the possibility of transcendent consciousness after death) because "there's so many different gods."

http://i64.tinypic.com/2mq0v7n.jpg



...according to The Cock.

So well in fact, that neuroscientists have NO IDEA where consciousness is produced in the brain, how it might produce it, or even if the brain is the source of consciousness (spoiler alert: it isn't).

But apparently he understands science well enough to know that 'ghosts' (and he obviously means any 'paranormal phenomena') aren't real.

It would be funny in a pathetic kinda way if it weren't for the fact that all these slick, vacuous conman weasels of the Materialist Prison-Mind Complex are actually taken seriously by the bewildered and the comfortably smug.

Typical establishment floozy. Only one grade above a David Icke forum shill. Probably blackmailed about his sexuality.
A disgrace to humanity and the advancement of knowledge.

JustMe418 11-02-2019 08:32 AM

Why get all defensive about this? he is a material scientist who doesnt believe in ghost. Its his choice. Most scientists wont accept something unless it can be repeatedly demonstrated to them and even then they may disregard it, so its no shock.

size_of_light 11-02-2019 09:20 AM

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Originally Posted by JustMe418 (Post 1063058952)
Why get all defensive about this? he is a material scientist who doesnt believe in ghost. Its his choice. Most scientists wont accept something unless it can be repeatedly demonstrated to them and even then they may disregard it, so its no shock.

My response isn't defensive; it's offensive (as in going on the offense, not 'taking' offense).

It doesn't matter to me what Brian Cox thinks, only that he has an immense amount of pop media power, and a single glib response like this can have massive repercussions on impressionable minds, especially young people.

People can read or see a single thing early in life, find it superficially persuasive and then internalise that belief and never question it again for the rest of their life. The blinkers go on.

The point isn't 'ghosts', it's consciousness v. materialism and the criminally fraudulent nature of materialist propaganda in mainstream culture.

The most insidious attack on humanity imaginable is to get it to collectively believe it is nothing but 7 billion electrically-animated sacks of blood and meat.

JustMe418 11-02-2019 10:05 AM

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Originally Posted by size_of_light (Post 1063058967)
My response isn't defensive; it's offensive (as in going on the offense, not 'taking' offense).

It doesn't matter to me what Brian Cox thinks, only that he has an immense amount of pop media power, and a single glib response like this can have massive repercussions on impressionable minds, especially young people.

People can read or see a single thing early in life, find it superficially persuasive and then internalise that belief and never question it again for the rest of their life. The blinkers go on.

The point isn't 'ghosts', it's consciousness v. materialism and the criminally fraudulent nature of materialist propaganda in mainstream culture.

The most insidious attack on humanity imaginable is to get it to collectively believe it is nothing but 7 billion electrically-animated sacks of blood and meat.

Yet not all scientists believe this. There are scientists who have had occult training and I watched a documentary where a NASA scientist stated he thinks consciousness could survive death as a quantum mechanical structure. Some will accept such ideas, some wont. I just dont know why you had to be so derogatory about the guy because you dont agree with his thought processes.

size_of_light 11-02-2019 10:33 AM

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Originally Posted by JustMe418 (Post 1063058978)
I just dont know why you had to be so derogatory about the guy because you dont agree with his thought processes.

He's a muppet.

Either thick as a brick or lying his ass off.

JustMe418 11-02-2019 02:08 PM

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Originally Posted by size_of_light (Post 1063058985)
He's a muppet.

Either thick as a brick or lying his ass off.

lol, thick how? because he doesnt agree with what you like? if it came to a science contest between you and him my cash would be on him.

size_of_light 11-02-2019 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by JustMe418 (Post 1063059010)
lol, thick how?

Explained in the first post.

I don't 'like' paranormal phenomena, I just consider it important. Because it is obviously a thing.

And I dislike foppish gits who claim it isn't because 'we understand science so well' when theoretical physics is headed in the opposite direction to that claim (as well as covert research into remote viewing and psi phenomena etc.).

He is either monumentally stupid or just trying to trick a bunch of frustrated old housewife ducks who watch banal morning TV into keeping their heads up their asses with his effeminate pretty-boy 'expert' routine.

JustMe418 13-02-2019 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by size_of_light (Post 1063059063)
Explained in the first post.

I don't 'like' paranormal phenomena, I just consider it important. Because it is obviously a thing.

And I dislike foppish gits who claim it isn't because 'we understand science so well' when theoretical physics is headed in the opposite direction to that claim (as well as covert research into remote viewing and psi phenomena etc.).

He is either monumentally stupid or just trying to trick a bunch of frustrated old housewife ducks who watch banal morning TV into keeping their heads up their asses with his effeminate pretty-boy 'expert' routine.

Get yourself out there and prove he is thick and doesnt know about anything.

I like science and spiritual stuff but I wouldnt call him stupid and thick because he adheres to mainstream science and ignores anything spiritual. I can see exactly why such people are dismissive about spiritual matter and we have to just accept that there will be plenty of people who wont agree with such possibilities until you can repeatedly demonstrate it to them. If it cant be demonstrated to them then you cant really criticise them for not believing in it.

white light 13-02-2019 05:56 PM

Of course ghosts aren't real. Everything is an illusion, so how can ghosts be real? They may be part of the illusion though.

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size_of_light 13-02-2019 11:58 PM

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Originally Posted by JustMe418 (Post 1063059269)
Get yourself out there and prove he is thick and doesnt know about anything.

I like science and spiritual stuff but I wouldnt call him stupid and thick because he adheres to mainstream science and ignores anything spiritual. I can see exactly why such people are dismissive about spiritual matter and we have to just accept that there will be plenty of people who wont agree with such possibilities until you can repeatedly demonstrate it to them. If it cant be demonstrated to them then you cant really criticise them for not believing in it.

I think you can criticise them, because they're denying the big picture reality.

Not everything can be repeated and measured.

Why not dismiss the love of a mother for a child? it can't be empirically proven, so we should probably label it 'woo' and mock anyone who believes it has value.

As for proving anything to Cocky, no need. He'll do what he's told. If and when his masters decide to change the paradign, he'll dance like a puppet to the new tune.


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