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There was a documentary on the Bible code on the History Channel. So, unless the government authorized it, I don't think they can lie... I reiterate, it is indescribably obvious that this was done by a power that was incomprehensibly intelligent, and had seen the future.

exalted-one, Center Pub 9 Comments [2/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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You think television programs are fact-checked by some government agency?

9/27/2007 12:06:46 PM


Probably the same government agency that does the fact checking for FOXNEWS.

9/27/2007 1:16:28 PM

M. No.

And talk about missing the point of the documentary. The whole thing was basically about how if you try hard enough you can find support for any wild theory.

9/27/2007 1:25:15 PM


Any large text is gonna have stuff like that, simply based on the size. I saw something a while back that found "prophecies" within Moby Dick.

9/27/2007 1:26:42 PM

Tomby Stone

It was on TV so it's gotta be true. You're just a marketing executive's wet dream aren't ya ??

9/27/2007 3:04:54 PM


Hmm... you know, I got this bridge I think you'll really like.

9/27/2007 4:32:04 PM

Allegory for Jesus

All hail Our Lord Pareidolia!

10/23/2010 6:13:56 PM


History, Vision and TLC all have to quit producing such shit that's pandering to prophecies and aimed directly at Fundamentalist Christian markets.

There's about six shows presenting bullshit prophecies and myths as fact without providing the slightest evidence, worse, straight out historical lies to bouy up the nonsense

10/24/2010 4:57:01 AM


They do allow a lot of random crazy crap on the History Channel, like Ancient Aliens, in which one guy said that aliens visited earth and had F-16s.
At least some people can tell the crazy from the true.

9/27/2011 6:18:24 PM

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