1. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Before you start a new thread, make sure you are familiar with the posting guidelines:
    https://www.metabunk.org/threads/posting-guidelines.2064/

    Basically you select a forum, then click on "Post New Thread".

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    UPDATE:

    If you are already reading a thread, then you can create a new thread in the same forum with the "Post New Thread" link at the top:
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    Last edited: Aug 1, 2014
  2. Joe

    Joe Senior Member

    :) Thanks .
     
  3. Judgywudgy

    Judgywudgy Member

    Tried to start a thread, but was told: ' Your message contains a video that does not have an adequate description'. (It does). ... 'All videos should be accompanied by a description of the point of evidence in the video that you want to convey., together with a time location '... I did ask for the video to be debunked- that's the whole video- there's an awful lot to go through, it's simpler to just watch the video than write a list of all the points- that's why we have videos.
     
  4. SR1419

    SR1419 Senior Member


    No. Its simpler to list the specific claims (possibly each its own thread) you want debunked rather than make everybody watch a lengthy video in hopes they will debunk a gish gallop of claims.

    One doesnt debunk videos, one debunks claims of evidence made in videos or elsewhere.

    the onus is on you to specify the specific claims you want debunked.
     
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  5. WeedWhacker

    WeedWhacker Senior Member

    Also to contribute an idea, since I don't know exactly how long the video that you wished to upload is --- if it's very long and covers multiple issues, then it might be advisable to edit it into "chunks" (if you have that capability). Each "chunk" could then, as suggested, be addressed in individual threads.

    I am actually researching methods that allow this procedure (of selecting video scenes and sequences). Thanks to the Internet, this is far easier than it's ever been to research into available software/programs. ( Hopefully either free, or very low-cost! ;) )
     
  6. Judgywudgy

    Judgywudgy Member

    So how do I start a new Forum subject. Or is that only the province of the administrators?
     
  7. cloudspotter

    cloudspotter Senior Member

    Pretty sure that's just admin. @Mick West ?
     
  8. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Yes. The individual forums are just collections of threads on particular topics. New forums or sub-forums are added very rarely (by me) for popular topics like Sandy Hook.
     
  9. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Moderator Staff Member

    You have a new forum subject that's not already covered by the existing ones? Wow, I'm intrigued. What is it?
     
  10. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    New button for starting threads when you are already in the forum

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  11. ThinkertheGreat

    ThinkertheGreat New Member

    Is there any way to edit my thread posts for grammar errors and is there anyway to delete a post?
     
  12. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Post editing is limited for new users to prevent spam. Once you've made a few posts you can edit posts. If there's an grammar emergency you can ask a mod. I recommend proof-reading before posting.