In the movie Signs, crop circles suddenly start appearing all over India, and then all over the world... Strangely, less than three weeks after it's theatrical release, bizarre [link=http://www.cnn.com/2002/TECH/space/08/20/india.ufo.ap/index.html]reports[/link] surface of UFOs appearing in India, attacking villagers. For real? Or just a natural, explainable phenomenon? I'd like to initiate a discussion here relating to both the film, as well as the topic of, Signs. What do they mean to you? In the film, Graham Hess (Mel Gibson) explains there are two kinds of people: 1. Those who believe in coincidences. 2. Those who believe that there are no coincidences. Furthermore, I think the film was designed to mean different things to believers and skeptics, both. The question I'm posing on this thread is: Which type of person are you, and why? Let's start the diuscssion by using the above article as a platform for explaining your beliefs or skepticisms. I'm curious to study the variety of respones, observations and interpretations generated by the same, one incident. Also, don't just limit your response to, for example, "Oh, I'm a Buddhist and that's why I believe this is a hoax." I'm trying to bring about a secular discussion of the more fundamental nature of what makes some people believers, and what makes others skeptics... If the mods feel this topic is redundant, or belongs in the JCC, please let me know. Otherwise, everyone is welcome to participate here!