FUCK YOUwhy closed-minded? maybe he's very open-minded and has just come to a different conclusion about certain confluence of events?
If it comes wrapped in flames and ad hominem attacks, no, that's not an open minded stance.
is it possible that he's 'right' and you're the one who's 'wrong' (for want of better terms)?
Thats completely possible in my take on reality. I could be totally and utterly wrong about even my most treasured beliefs, as can we all, as we do not know the entirety of the system all we have is internally referential beliefs.
THAT is openmindedness, keeping your mind open for being utterly wrong and not calling people utterly wrong and throwing insults and derision at their differing opinions almost gratuitously.
Feel free to ask Gnostic Bishop the same question, whether it can be true that I am utterly right and he is woefully wrong.
That should be interesting.
My cousin is a particle physics expert. He's a prof at the University of Bergen, Norway. He's been doing a project in Switzerland with a team on opening portals to other dimensionsI feel a miracle has to defy the contemporary understanding of physics. Translocations for instance, the moving of an object from A to B without apparent force causing it to do so, or the more impressive feats of clairvoyance, "premembering" future events.