We only remember the times we think something and somone else says it, or the times when we think of someone and they call.Sandjube said:You know, I would agree with that latter point. There have been ridiculously numerous times lately that I have been thinking something and my mother or brother will say it as I open my mouth, or vice versa. it's crazy.Rylot said:I've recently come to the belief that the show 'Community' was made as a joke to troll people. Joking aside it wouldn't surprise me if everyone was a little bit psychic. Not the talking to dead people shlock but thinking about someone right before they call you, stuff like that.
I believe that the difference between monster and, animal is discovery. I mean take this as an example:burningdragoon said:I believe in monsters... though it's less a "can't prove" thing and more a looser definition of "monster"
Are you my friend from college? Every time I'd show him a computer game it would bug out in some form at some point.Veldie said:I belive I have a real trait that I named the Game Breaker Trait
For some odd reason I always break games beyond fucking reason. its even affecting real things. Stuff breaks for no explination.
My friends even belive it they have seen it first hand
Every now and then something awesome comes from it.
Actually I saw a documentary on the subject a few years ago. They talked to doctors who said there were more women giving birth, they talked to cops who said it was a lot crazier outside and they talked to a statistician who said there were at best slight variations within the normal.asdfgtrew said:I know you weren't talking to me, but if I remember right apparently a full moon effects crime, so there is some logic behind it.TheBobmus said:Dafuq? Is this some sort of tidal logic?Tyrant55 said:Not a big conspiracy theorist myself, but I do think that the moon may have a greater effect on people's behavior than we realize. We are made of mostly water after all.
I know you can't prove it, but please explain at least a basis for such a thought...
I believe there is no separate part of me such as a 'soul'. I can't prove it doesn't exist, but then again, I see no reason to believe something with such a complete lack of proof.
Actually if you say "God exists and that's a fact", you do have to have some kind of proof.Terminate421 said:God exists. I know he's there but I cannot prove it. Doesnt mean I am wrong at all.
I can sort of understand this one if you concede that the different colors we all see at least interact with each other in a consistent manner. Otherwise the entirety of color theory (things like Orange being the compliment of Blue) wouldn't work, as everyone would see different colors as having various properties with each other with no consistency. That color theory exists and is consistently accepted at least shows that the different colors we see interact on a consistent basis.PrismaticDragonGirl said:That we all see different colours but call them by a universal name.
...TehCookie said:I'm invisible when no one looks at me (cameras included).
I wouldnt call it believing persay. Ive read the theory of quarks. Ive read the physical implications of the theory. Ive done chemistry and physics. Ive seen that the physical implications of the theory are identical to real life physical properties. Sure i have to take a tiny bit of a leap but the theory explains everything nicely.Matthew94 said:Most of science.
For example, I can't prove on my own that quarks exist but I believe the scientific reports that have proved their existence.