Anyone seen this show? It's so dumb. They'll have a phenomena. They'll have an eyewitness who talks about their experience of the phenomena. Then a scientist will come on and explain very clearly why said phenoma is fake or impossible. After that a nutcase claiming to be a scientist will come on and spout a bunch of nonsensical shit to prove the phenomena is real. Then at the end the narrator goes "Well, how about all that, huh? Is said phenomena real or not? I guess we'll never know."
I assume the idea is present a balanced view but most of the time you just can't. You cannot, for example, present a balanced view on the existence of shadow people. Some woman says she saw a shadow person chasing her. Then an evolutionary behavioural scientist expert guy will say "People see shapes or objects in random patterns all the time. People also feel threatened by, and suspicious of, the unknown. Certain places can induce this state of fear where people will look for or even imagine threats when really there are none. Places like caves, forests, places with lots of shadows. And it so happens these are the places where most "shadow people" sightings happen."
Now at this point I'm thinking "Alright then, that's that cleared up". But then some lunatic will come on and say "Shadow people are real. I think they are people from a parallel dimension that have managed to master the graviton and use it create inter-dimensional portals to come through to our world. And they happen to look like shadows. I'm gonna prove this real soon, I swear". After which the narrator makes himself look like an idiot by acting like both explanations are equally plausible. Ridiculous.
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