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Ray Lewis: Super Bowl blackout was no accident

Ray Lewis: Super Bowl XLVII blackout was no accident

By Kevin Patra
Around the League writer
Published: Sept. 1, 2013 at 09:56 a.m.
Updated: Sept. 1, 2013 at 10:57 a.m.

Ray Lewis will go down as one of the greatest linebackers in NFL history, and he almost certainly will be a first-ballot Hall of Famer. It turns out that Lewis also is a noted conspiracy theorist.

During an interview for NFL Films' "America's Game" series on the Baltimore Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII victory, (airing Monday at 9 p.m. ET on NFL Network) Lewis let on that he didn't think the infamous power outage was an accident.

"I'm not gonna accuse nobody of nothing -- because I don't know facts," Lewis said, according to USA Today's Nate Davis. "But you're a zillion-dollar company, and your lights go out? No. (Laughs) No way."

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is that what we call evidence

is that what we call evidence now..? ray finkle laughs and says no, no way. that's the evidentiary threshold?

i don't even know what to say anymore. if you have a theory, present sufficient evidence that would persuade an unbiased and interested mind.

unbiased and interested, those are hard to define and pin down. but at least try to present evidence that would be persuasive or constitute a prima facie case, if not proof beyond a reasonable doubt, to a non biased observer who was interested enough to inquire about all the available facts.

there is nothing, on its face, that would indicate to me that power cannot go out. i admit i lack the level of interest to look into a complex argument about this particular event. but is there such an argument or set of facts? is there good reason to doubt the possibility that the power could go out for a sustained period of time at an important event?

if there is, present such an argument and set of facts. even if i don't look deeply into it, i will at least reserve judgement, knowing such an argument is out there from a credible or seemingly reasonable source.

there has to be more than just doubt, and a bias to disbelieve everything. refusal to believe any version of events not endorsed by authority - that may be the more common failing.

but favoring a hidden explanation for every event, without evidence, without any standards, is also a disorder and is not productive. people who think this way allow the rational skeptics to be painted as lunatics by the establishment. because there really are irrational conspiracy theorists.


about last years Playoffs was a sham. They gave it to Ray Lewis. It was completely scripted for him to win. It was so obvious but yet people still didn't notice it.

Second, I had a feeling they shut the lights off for one reason. It was like a teaser to us Conspiracy theorists. They wanted to tell us that, yes they can do it if they want. It was nothing but a teaser and a punch in the face towards us Conspiracy guys. Since the Conspiracy guys were calling false flag days before the game began.

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What you don't believe in our legal system?

The blackout was an occult ritual...

celebrating the transition of the galaxy through the dark rift at the same moment. How does this affect your life? Close to zero. However it is interesting to know.


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Well if so

I am glad I didn't watch it

I don't know- I'm a Niners

I don't know- I'm a Niners fan, and I remember a couple of years before, there was a power outage at one of their games because the Transformer blew up. That wasn't a huge game that the whole nation was watching. It is, of course, possible that someone (even someone somewhere on the inside) tampered with the power for the purpose of boosting ad revenue or whatever. However, it also makes sense that in a huge game with a lot of power being used that something is more likely to go wrong. Remember, the NFL doesn't like this to happen too often because it frustrates the viewers.

Power Outages Happen

it happened to me at Metlife
a few years ago at a Giants game, absolutely crazy to have ablackout with nearly a 100,000 people but it can happen

Duh! The hundred million dollars plus in additional ad revenue

that stunt generated was well calculated. Those bean counters don't miss a single opportunity.



Who would ever question a man with such integrity as Ray Lewis.......?

Back from a self imposed hiatus too.....


I do love a good sarcasm.


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Forty Niners Anquan Boldin Also Says It Was No Accident

last nights sportsnet.com featured former Ravens player, Anquan Boldin, now a 49er,revealed he didn't believe the lights going out at the Super was an accident..

one thousand people stood up to celebrate the lights going out...no accident! I think they were celebrating Bush's thousand points of light..

George Herbert Walker Bush's Speech - 30secs.