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Flat Earth Discussion Boards => Flat Earth Q&A => Topic started by: burt on August 25, 2007, 11:32:32 AM

Title: shape
Post by: burt on August 25, 2007, 11:32:32 AM
what shape do you think the earth might be, for example, is it like a coin; not shapley just an infinite surface or pretty jaggerd; a desk; a bowl-  convex or concave.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: TheEngineer on August 25, 2007, 11:33:35 AM
Take a look at the FAQ first, please.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Tom Dipshit on August 25, 2007, 01:11:36 PM
Simple - A tennis ball. Its spherical with many rough areas.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Mr. Ireland on August 25, 2007, 04:23:55 PM
Cylinder.  I win.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: burt on August 25, 2007, 04:40:16 PM
you all agree with the godamn faq, some of you must disagree with some points of the faq. i'm asking for your personal opinion not someone elses
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Mr. Ireland on August 25, 2007, 05:14:46 PM
you all agree with the godamn faq, some of you must disagree with some points of the faq. i'm asking for your personal opinion not someone elses

Guess who wrote the FAQ ;)
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Chris Spaghetti on August 25, 2007, 06:04:12 PM
you all agree with the godamn faq, some of you must disagree with some points of the faq. i'm asking for your personal opinion not someone elses

Guess who wrote the FAQ ;)

owned
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Raist on August 25, 2007, 06:54:15 PM
you all agree with the godamn faq, some of you must disagree with some points of the faq. i'm asking for your personal opinion not someone elses

How could you have a personal opinion about absolute fact?

Hey john, how much do you think ten is?
Title: Re: shape
Post by: divito the truthist on August 25, 2007, 11:52:44 PM
How could you have a personal opinion about absolute fact?

Easy.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: John Davis on August 26, 2007, 10:15:25 PM
you all agree with the godamn faq, some of you must disagree with some points of the faq. i'm asking for your personal opinion not someone elses

How could you have a personal opinion about absolute fact?

Hey john, how much do you think ten is?

In the Username number system it equals roughly pi.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Tom Bishop on August 26, 2007, 10:19:39 PM
what shape do you think the earth might be, for example, is it like a coin; not shapley just an infinite surface or pretty jaggerd; a desk; a bowl-  convex or concave.

The earth is an infinite plane sat at the base of the universe, shapeless for all purposes and intents. We inhabit a limited  circular area of the earth, beneath where our sun circles around itself, providing heat for all life in our local area.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: John Davis on August 26, 2007, 10:36:57 PM
what shape do you think the earth might be, for example, is it like a coin; not shapley just an infinite surface or pretty jaggerd; a desk; a bowl-  convex or concave.

The earth is an infinite plane sat at the base of the universe, shapeless for all purposes and intents. We inhabit a limited  circular area of the earth, beneath where our sun circles around itself, providing heat for all life on earth.

Actually, its fractal recursive, and infinite.  Each iteration, the earth flips inside out, so one iteration the south pole is the center of the "plane" and the next its the north pole, as you pass over the appropriate poles.   We exist on all iterations, and the distance we must travel to get from one location to another is the average of all possible distances on all iterations, which turns out to be the same distance as if one were calculating based on a round earth.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: MisterB on August 27, 2007, 05:45:59 AM
Take a look at the FAQ first, please.

It looks like an FAQ? What is this please?
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Gulliver on August 27, 2007, 10:21:12 AM
what shape do you think the earth might be, for example, is it like a coin; not shapley just an infinite surface or pretty jaggerd; a desk; a bowl-  convex or concave.

The earth is an infinite plane sat at the base of the universe, shapeless for all purposes and intents. We inhabit a limited  circular area of the earth, beneath where our sun circles around itself, providing heat for all life on earth.
Back to the infinite plane again, TomB? I thought you'd given up on that.

Let's review the basic reasons that make it obvious that the Earth isn't infinite.

1) By thermodynamics, the Earth would freeze as the heat conducts away to infinity.
2) By aerodynamics, the atmosphere would flow away to infinity.
3) By logic, the Earth would have an infinite inertial mass and require and infinite force to accelerate constantly. Infinite masses and forces are hard to come by.

Do keep changing your mind, though. It's helps us make the case that you're a fool.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: narcberry on August 27, 2007, 11:11:42 AM
You're retarded gulliver. All of those contentions are absolutely fallaced. I declare you the swiss cheese of logic.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: sokarul on August 27, 2007, 12:26:19 PM
You're retarded gulliver. All of those contentions are absolutely fallaced. I declare you the swiss cheese of logic.
GTFO
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Raist on August 27, 2007, 04:38:00 PM
you all agree with the godamn faq, some of you must disagree with some points of the faq. i'm asking for your personal opinion not someone elses

How could you have a personal opinion about absolute fact?

Hey john, how much do you think ten is?

In the Username number system it equals roughly pi.

So your pi and 10 are the same number? So in your number system if you divide the area of a circle by the radius squared it equals ten? That's a retarded number system.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: John Davis on August 27, 2007, 04:49:12 PM
So your pi and 10 are the same number? So in your number system if you divide the area of a circle by the radius squared it equals ten? That's a retarded number system.
It makes alot of calculations alot easier!

However, our division operator is different also.  I wont get into details though.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: Raist on August 27, 2007, 04:55:17 PM
So your pi and 10 are the same number? So in your number system if you divide the area of a circle by the radius squared it equals ten? That's a retarded number system.
It makes alot of calculations alot easier!

However, our division operator is different also.  I wont get into details though.

Yeah but pi isn't a whole number. So your system goes by non whole, irrational numbers?
Title: Re: shape
Post by: John Davis on August 27, 2007, 05:01:49 PM
So your pi and 10 are the same number? So in your number system if you divide the area of a circle by the radius squared it equals ten? That's a retarded number system.
It makes alot of calculations alot easier!

However, our division operator is different also.  I wont get into details though.

Yeah but pi isn't a whole number. So your system goes by non whole, irrational numbers?
Its very useful.  Trust me.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: MisterB on August 28, 2007, 01:04:31 AM
You're retarded gulliver. All of those contentions are absolutely fallaced. I declare you the swiss cheese of logic.

Retard make internets posting? You are very liberal peoples!
Title: Re: shape
Post by: burt on August 28, 2007, 04:20:44 AM
i reckon the earth is one of the flats sides of a dodechedron that is expanding rapidly...each surface is owned by a different alien race... :o
Title: Re: shape
Post by: MisterB on August 28, 2007, 04:39:30 AM
i reckon the earth is one of the flats sides of a dodechedron that is expanding rapidly...each surface is owned by a different alien race... :o

And if you roll a 14 the dragon rapes the elf princess.
Title: Re: shape
Post by: CommonCents on August 28, 2007, 06:26:23 AM
i reckon the earth is one of the flats sides of a dodechedron that is expanding rapidly...each surface is owned by a different alien race... :o

And if you roll a 14 the dragon rapes the elf princess.

Zomg, you done did speak out of character.  Shame on you.