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The definition of a sceptic is someone who has doubts about things that other people believe. Everyone is a sceptic in certain circumstances in my opinion.

the mccanns ay they put the children to bed...checked them at regular intervals...and found maddie gone and the window open at around 10...a sceptic is someone who does not beleive that and imo that includes you
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When my children were young we tended to watch films on TV as a family. My husband and I were fascinated to discover that each child described the film differently and none of them described what we thought we had seen. Five people watched the same film and came up with four quite different stories.

Everyone can watch a film, but not everyone has enough knowledge to correctly interpret what they see.

what I dont see is eddie alerting to CC......do you see an alert......are you able to answer that simple question
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When my children were young we tended to watch films on TV as a family. My husband and I were fascinated to discover that each child described the film differently and none of them described what we thought we had seen. Five people watched the same film and came up with four quite different stories.

Everyone can watch a film, but not everyone has enough knowledge to correctly interpret what they see.
Well doesnít that perfectly explain the discrepancies in witness statements too?
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Can you be sceptical of Grime whilst at the same time not believe he made anything up or faked any evidence?
  You can be sceptical regarding the accuracy of the dog alerts, and their worth in this case, but to be sceptical of Grime himself implies some level of distrust in him as a person, based on his honesty and integrity - IMO.  Now back to. you, I know you donít answer questions, but hereís hoping...!
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compared to every other forum I've posted on.

How do their rules differ?
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can you be sceptical of the McCanns whilst at the same time not believe they made anything up or faked any evidence?

Can you be sceptical of Grime whilst at the same time not believe he made anything up or faked any evidence?
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But when you look at where Martin Grime says Eddie alerted to Cuddle Cat it is in a different location to what the PJ do and at a different location (as seen in the video) to the only bark reflex given by Eddie on the 2nd of August 2007.

When my children were young we tended to watch films on TV as a family. My husband and I were fascinated to discover that each child described the film differently and none of them described what we thought we had seen. Five people watched the same film and came up with four quite different stories.

Everyone can watch a film, but not everyone has enough knowledge to correctly interpret what they see.

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can you be sceptical of the McCanns whilst at the same time not believe they made anything up or faked any evidence?
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Is there such a thing as a sceptic?
Is there a definition?

Why are sceptics sceptics?

What are their points of distinction?

If you consider yourself a sceptic would you like to explain the reasons why?

The definition of a sceptic is someone who has doubts about things that other people believe. Everyone is a sceptic in certain circumstances in my opinion.

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You are asking me to judge something I'm not qualified to judge. You are giving your opinion, but Grime's opinion has more value than yours in my opinion.
But when you look at where Martin Grime says Eddie alerted to Cuddle Cat it is in a different location to what the PJ do and at a different location (as seen in the video) to the only bark reflex given by Eddie on the 2nd of August 2007.
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