I'm open to this stuff; it falls into the same category as cryptids in a way. Would I spend a lot of time researching into it? Not really. I figure that I may as well accumulate knowledge that can be used. I don't even really care for the theories of physics that try to explain the Higgs Bosons mass. 13 Dimensions? Interesting. What does it do or fix in science? Nothing? Oh well..If it doesn't workExtraterrestrial Intelligence I have done extensive research on. Time traveling, worm holes, HAARP and chem-trails, etc I have been exposed to many documented evidences. Assassinations, governmental secrecy, hidden agendas, secret societies, GMOs, cures for cancer and AIDS, human/celebrities sacrifices and so on so forth, for me they're no longer "conspiracies", there are hard proves and evidence. People just don't care enough to gather their own information, the truths get under their skin.
I do the same. I think Richard Dawkins is quite the asshole. While he's met with people that have openly challanged him ( e.g. that curator lady or whatever), he sometimes intentially offends people that just want to believe in their god. I recall a time when a mormon band singer was challanged on the spot by him, even though the two were not there for a debate at all. The band singer was there to perform and leave. I think he made mention of "thanking god," which was enough for Dawkins to sink his teeth into.Different from the ENTP ex, I keep my knowledge to myself and adjust my view of life and living while he enjoys spreading his understandings and "knowledge", sometimes opposing. Let's say, it's like a Buddhist oath, you don't preach what you witness or hear, what you know or believe in, it is in everyone's destiny to seek and pursuit their own truths. So I would usually decline discussing "conspiracy theories" with people who have opposite views. It's like an agnostic/atheist having a conversation about whether or not God is real with a devoted Christian, it leads to no where but destructive arguments.
Yeah. The way he talks, The way he thinks about things. The way he reads into people's "authenticity." Scully is also hyper-ISTJ. I'm fairly certain that they didn't plan this, but the show hinges on her impressions, backed by her scientific knowlegde, and his skeptisism and worldview.And I'm an X-Files fan too, and Mulder is quite an INFP isn't he lol. The shows had several very interesting episodes that are worth dwelling into, while lots were just purely fictional/entertaining.
I think a lot of it has to do with Ne. I can't really fault that. I just don't get following a non-working theory for so long, but then again, large portions of science and comedy (e.g. Family Guy) depend on seemingly random development of ideas.
Even these psych theories are an on and off thing for me.