It's as if there's a hidden power actively interposing between people's souls and the truth. A dark power that is, which subtly and spiritually threatens them when they are confronted with uncomfortable notions.
It's not a matter of 'i don't believe you'. These people seem to be willing to believe, but would rather avoid the question than know the answer.
In reality, I think it's that fear of social pressure. People are programmed to fear some imaginary bully that will call them crazy, weird, or a nerd were they to explore alternative ideas.
Public schooling at its best.
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