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  1. You know, I'm an atheist. Being part of such group and also very interested in the human need for religions, have made me realise a few things. First, people will believe in the most random myths. For the most random reasons as well. Second, there's nothing wrong with that. The importance of a belief can only be measured by that person, so no matter what you say, you will not change someone else's belief by talking/writing to them. It's the same thing here. People that believe in John Titor have all the right to do so. And they will not give in to any arguments. And it's all right. I
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  2. A lot of what he said is rubbish. It is like Nostradomas... if you want to believe he could predict the future, then you read things into his vague comments and find stuff in history that relates to it. If you want to prove you are from the future, it is absurdly easy.. just list the next 3 presidents. the next 5 superbowl winners. You woudn´t have to resort to nonsense like ´the pyramids are damaged´..
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  3. Wanting to believe is, sadly, the core of the problem. Just like 98% of all arguments online, Titor builds on "truthiness", as Stephen Colbert so nicely put it, the idea that something is true because it feels true, or feels good to believe. There is no hard, factual proof for or against Titor, and there likely never will be. But if any of his predictions or other information is to be taken as proof, he flopped, hard. If it's all just to be seen as a rant, and none of it is predictive (for example, if his actions completely changed everything and the info on his TT machine were just for kicks
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