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ok.. I guess will go first :)

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by chromerhino, Apr 1, 2015.

  1. chromerhino

    chromerhino Moderator
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    Hey fellow THC'ers,

    I'm excited about having our own forum and getting to know my fellow Plus brothers and sisters more, hear your ideas, thoughts, insights, stories and theories.

    I am interested in a large variety of topics and subjects and consider myselfto be a pretty open minded person. Some of my favorite topics are acient mysteries/technology, our true origins, forbidden technologies, magic/magick/the occult, metaphysics, cryptozoology, symbolism and frequently find myself trying to fit all the pieces together in my own little "Theory of Everything."

    I am in the 35 to 45 year old demographic, have a wonderful family and am considered those who know me to be a true "Jack of All Trades" type of person.

    I look forward to talking with all of you so please feel free to comment or reply to anything I post or comment on. I am open to any friendly debate but must warn you, if you havent already noticed, I tend to be long winded with comments and responses.

    Ok.. well I guess that about does it!
     
  2. chromerhino

    chromerhino Moderator
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    Well, Hello! :)
     
  3. chromerhino

    chromerhino Moderator
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    Iwelcome to the THC forum. Ok... I'm really curious about your Artic experience/dightibg. Would you mind sharing it?
     
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    Hi SparkleFairy! I like your name :)
     
  6. mq22266

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    Hello Chromerhino, 'long winded' tells me that you have plenty to say. I love where this forum could take a bunch of people who take a keen interest in questionable things. I like that "those who know [you consider you] to be a true “Jack of All Trades” type of person".

    <strong>Generalists</strong> today have an underestimated skill. Take that highly relevant point from the last Jim Marrs interview - that there is a real risk of losing the generalists, or the edge that a generalist can give a group. I see the Generalist [hell, let's give 'em a Capital letter, they deserve it!] as keeping our argument sound, checking our logic and our inferences and just 'generally' keeping the discussion as reasonable as possible in an otherwise highly speculative field.

    However, given that there is Biologist in our group, let's also celebrate what <strong>Specialists</strong> can provide. For e.g., technical points in disputes, fact checking and sound research data, including citations. Seems to me a Biologist is the kind of professional that could give relevant examples of the kinds of creatures that can live underground at length and how they achieve that. A Biologist could work up a profile of what could live underground yet still be classed as humanoid, and what would definitely be ruled out in such scenarios.

    Why have I joined THC+? Love the interviews, gives me a sense that humans can stay open minded on the biggest questions and can refuse to give up and say its too damn hard, or worse, they become dogmatic about their world.
    Thanks, Mike Q - out.
    PS. I reckon Crrow is a cool Generalist, and that he has more than one speciality too.