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Title: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 12, 2008, 02:01:34 PM
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(Possible A) The moon isn't a spotlight; it glows with light from the sun, reflected off the Earth. Different parts of the Earth are more reflective than others (the seas, the polar cap, the ice wall, for example). Sometimes, the position of the sun (which is a spotlight) means that only very low-reflective or non-reflective parts of the Earth's surface are illuminated, so the moon is abnormally dark. This could potentially explain lunar phases as well.

Seriously?  Can you guys contradict yourselves any more?

Another question... would someone walking around the ice wall take the same amount (roughly) of time, as walking around the "North" Pole?  As it does in reality?  Or is this also your general cop out of "it's a conspiracy"?


More to come, as your logic is so obviously flawed.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 12, 2008, 02:08:54 PM
 A simple search will show more than one theory for the lunar eclipse.   How does round earth defend the presense of the full moon and sun at the same time? Or the sun and lunar eclipse both visible at the same time? Could you get anymore insane?
Seriously?  Can you guys contradict yourselves any more?

Your north pole/ice wall argument doesn't really make sense to me. Could you define it better?

Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 12, 2008, 02:11:42 PM
Also....

Governments that can not agree on religon, land ownership, even mudane things like which side of the road to drive on, are together on keeping everyone in the dark that the age old idea of the world being flat was, infact, correct?

And, most importantly, where the hell does Santa live, he couldn't survive with so little land!
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: TheEngineer on May 12, 2008, 02:12:20 PM
Another question... would someone walking around the ice wall take the same amount (roughly) of time, as walking around the "North" Pole?  As it does in reality?
Have you done it?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 12, 2008, 02:14:18 PM
Your north pole/ice wall argument doesn't really make sense to me. Could you define it better?



My point is, in my education, the North an South Poles were similar sizes, so walking the "coast" of either would (theoretically) take similar times.  On the FE model, the South Pole (aka the Ice wall), would take years to walk around the coast of, unlike the North Pole, which would take a few days.

Therefore proving the earth is or is not flat.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 12, 2008, 02:15:56 PM
Another question... would someone walking around the ice wall take the same amount (roughly) of time, as walking around the "North" Pole?  As it does in reality?
Have you done it?

I am not in a position where I can disclose that at this moment in time, incase the FE'rs decide to "keep me quiet" or, indeed, the government see this.

I'd be in trouble one way or another!
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: TheEngineer on May 12, 2008, 02:16:58 PM
In other words, "No."
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 12, 2008, 02:21:36 PM
Ok, no!

But... someone could, if it would constitute proof, one way or another.  Perhaps the Admin & Mods of this board should, then it would be people that are trusted.

So, I was asking the questions.... Feel free to answer without copping out.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Kill-9 on May 12, 2008, 02:23:37 PM
In other words, "No."
Have you?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 12, 2008, 02:25:49 PM
The Fe explanation of Lunar Eclipses/Phases are one the more amusing aspects of FE theory.  Especially when you think about how accurately the RE model predicts them.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Tom Bishop on May 12, 2008, 02:59:04 PM
The Fe explanation of Lunar Eclipses/Phases are one the more amusing aspects of FE theory.  Especially when you think about how accurately the RE model predicts them.

But the RE model doesn't predict the lunar eclipse beyond finding patterns in recurring charts and tables from historical records of previous eclipses. Aristotile, Ptolmy, and all the ancients could predict when the next eclipse would occur by finding the pattern of periods between the lunar eclipse. The same method is still used to this very day. Those very same equations to find the time, magnitude, and duration of the Lunar Eclipse are just as applicable to the FE model, or any model, of the earth.

See the Lunar Eclipse Chapter in Zetetic Cosmogony by Thoms Winship (http://books.google.com/books?id=GzkKAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA#PPA74,M1)
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 12, 2008, 03:04:12 PM
I notice that no-one is actually answering my questions.

Are there any Politicians here?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: TheEngineer on May 12, 2008, 03:43:52 PM
In other words, "No."
Have you?
Nope.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 12, 2008, 04:15:33 PM
Your north pole/ice wall argument doesn't really make sense to me. Could you define it better?



My point is, in my education, the North an South Poles were similar sizes, so walking the "coast" of either would (theoretically) take similar times.  On the FE model, the South Pole (aka the Ice wall), would take years to walk around the coast of, unlike the North Pole, which would take a few days.

Your education has failed you. The north and south pole (but geographic and magnetic) are very small points, not land masses with "coasts"

Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 12, 2008, 05:08:04 PM
Ok, just so we are on an equal footing, and we can stop mixing words and actually try to answer a question directly....

My point is, the Arctic and Antarctic land masses were similar sizes, so walking the "coast" of either would (theoretically) take similar times.  On the FE model, the Antarctic (aka the Ice wall), would take years to walk around the coast of, unlike the Arctic, which would take a few days.

Now, if I wanted to argue about me grammar, spelling, punctuation etc. etc., I would have joined a "True English Forum", as I didn't, stop avoiding the questions and give answering them a go.

Unless, of course, you can't, in which case you can believe you're own hype and bullshit!
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 12, 2008, 05:20:25 PM
There is no "land mass" at the North Pole. It is in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. These things aren't spelling errors. This isn't picking on your grammar. It is picking on your understanding of the "education" you say you have received.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Fikealox on May 12, 2008, 05:22:19 PM
And anyway, what is your point? Your proposed experiment would be far less conclusive than the photographs from space that FEers reject.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: pancakes on May 12, 2008, 05:55:56 PM
And anyway, what is your point? Your proposed experiment would be far less conclusive than the photographs from space that FEers reject.

i agree. such efforts are futile in taking down FE.

because we're right.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 12, 2008, 06:13:46 PM
I'd like to point out there were many grammatical errors in his post, and I didn't even point them out. Remarkably restraint, I'd say.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: travis on May 12, 2008, 06:29:35 PM
Ok, just so we are on an equal footing, and we can stop mixing words and actually try to answer a question directly....

My point is, the Arctic and Antarctic land masses were similar sizes, so walking the "coast" of either would (theoretically) take similar times.  On the FE model, the Antarctic (aka the Ice wall), would take years to walk around the coast of, unlike the Arctic, which would take a few days.

Now, if I wanted to argue about me grammar, spelling, punctuation etc. etc., I would have joined a "True English Forum", as I didn't, stop avoiding the questions and give answering them a go.

Unless, of course, you can't, in which case you can believe you're own hype and bullshit!
Did you go to the same high school as me?

Go take a walk around the arctic coast.  You may want to bring a kayak.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: markjo on May 12, 2008, 06:35:36 PM
The Fe explanation of Lunar Eclipses/Phases are one the more amusing aspects of FE theory.  Especially when you think about how accurately the RE model predicts them.

But the RE model doesn't predict the lunar eclipse beyond finding patterns in recurring charts and tables from historical records of previous eclipses. Aristotile, Ptolmy, and all the ancients could predict when the next eclipse would occur by finding the pattern of periods between the lunar eclipse. The same method is still used to this very day. Those very same equations to find the time, magnitude, and duration of the Lunar Eclipse are just as applicable to the FE model, or any model, of the earth.

See the Lunar Eclipse Chapter in Zetetic Cosmogony by Thoms Winship (http://books.google.com/books?id=GzkKAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA#PPA74,M1)

Just out of curiosity, can FE predict where an eclipse will occur?  That is, what parts of the world will see how much of the eclipse?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Anderkent on May 12, 2008, 07:12:06 PM
The Fe explanation of Lunar Eclipses/Phases are one the more amusing aspects of FE theory.  Especially when you think about how accurately the RE model predicts them.

But the RE model doesn't predict the lunar eclipse beyond finding patterns in recurring charts and tables from historical records of previous eclipses. Aristotile, Ptolmy, and all the ancients could predict when the next eclipse would occur by finding the pattern of periods between the lunar eclipse. The same method is still used to this very day. Those very same equations to find the time, magnitude, and duration of the Lunar Eclipse are just as applicable to the FE model, or any model, of the earth.

See the Lunar Eclipse Chapter in Zetetic Cosmogony by Thoms Winship (http://books.google.com/books?id=GzkKAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA#PPA74,M1)

Just out of curiosity, can FE predict where an eclipse will occur?  That is, what parts of the world will see how much of the eclipse?

Yeah, by taking the place predicted by RE and making a theory it would fit in, sure.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 12, 2008, 07:48:37 PM
I haven't heard you try to explain why a full moon can appear while the sun is up, or why a lunar eclipse may be observed while the sun is visible. I'd think evidence suggests that the lunar eclipse is evidence against the RE model.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 12, 2008, 08:31:01 PM
I haven't heard you try to explain why a full moon can appear while the sun is up, or why a lunar eclipse may be observed while the sun is visible. I'd think evidence suggests that the lunar eclipse is evidence against the RE model.

The moon is full when the earth-moon-sun are almost (but not quite) in a straight line.  However, both the sun & moon could be visible as you can tell in my unbelievably accurate & totally to scale drawing of me seeing a full moon & the sun in the sky at the same time.  Someone can work out the geometry if they care enough.

(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2367/2488699812_d9cd3494f5.jpg?v=0)

Also; you pretty much can't see the sun during a lunar eclipse.  If you're going to say that you should at least have a photo or something.  Or an astronomical table that shows a lunar eclipse happening before sunset.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 12, 2008, 08:36:42 PM
You'd agree then, that if a lunar eclipse were to occur when the sun was not set, that it wouldn't be compatible with RE theory?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 12, 2008, 08:41:52 PM
Hell no.  We could say that there is a mysterious shadow object that caused eclipses before sunset.  If the Fe's are allowed to have massively ad hoc shit like that; we are too.  In actuality, it would be pretty weird.  But it wouldn't disprove a round earth I don't think.  There's just too much other evidence.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 12, 2008, 09:08:21 PM
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0b/Lunar-eclipse-2004.jpg)

Lunar Eclipse w/ Sun!

OH SNAP!!!!

Also, what's the RE explanation for having this many moons in the sky at once?

Another victory for FE!
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Tom Bishop on May 12, 2008, 09:16:24 PM
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Just out of curiosity, can FE predict where an eclipse will occur?  That is, what parts of the world will see how much of the eclipse?

Yes, please refer to the equations in the Lunar Eclipse chapter of Earth Not a Globe by Samuel Birley Rowbotham.

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Lunar Eclipse w/ Sun!

OH SNAP!!!!

Uh, that's not a Lunar Eclipse.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 12, 2008, 09:20:59 PM
I thought you would be happy that I proved your theory?

And it pretty much is a lunar eclipse.  You can tell because the moon looks red.  YOu can also always see the features of the moon.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 12, 2008, 09:23:11 PM
Hell no.  We could say that there is a mysterious shadow object that caused eclipses before sunset.  If the Fe's are allowed to have massively ad hoc shit like that; we are too.  In actuality, it would be pretty weird.  But it wouldn't disprove a round earth I don't think.  There's just too much other evidence.

Ok, then. But it does happen, and it doesn't seem to fit in with the RE model. While you may adopt the "shadow object" (I personally don't believe in it), maybe we can stop presenting lunar eclipses as "proof" of the round earth.
I present to you the selenehelion.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Tom Bishop on May 12, 2008, 09:30:44 PM
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And it pretty much is a lunar eclipse.  You can tell because the moon looks red.  YOu can also always see the features of the moon.

Is the moon passing in front of the sun in that image? If so then it's a Solar Eclipse.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 12, 2008, 09:36:58 PM
I thought you would be happy that I proved your theory?

And it pretty much is a lunar eclipse.  You can tell because the moon looks red.  YOu can also always see the features of the moon.

Actually when the moon passes in front of the sun it's a Solar Eclipse.

Solar Eclipse looks like

(http://www.iayc.org/eclipse/sofi_composite_2_crop.jpg)

Lunar Eclipse looks like

(http://www.opencourse.info/astronomy/introduction/04.motion_moon/lunar_eclipse_total.gif)

As you can tell my

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0b/Lunar-eclipse-2004.jpg)

is a lunar eclipse.  If it was a solar than the sun would drown out the moons pale fire.

Hell no.  We could say that there is a mysterious shadow object that caused eclipses before sunset.  If the Fe's are allowed to have massively ad hoc shit like that; we are too.  In actuality, it would be pretty weird.  But it wouldn't disprove a round earth I don't think.  There's just too much other evidence.

Ok, then. But it does happen, and it doesn't seem to fit in with the RE model. While you may adopt the "shadow object" (I personally don't believe in it), maybe we can stop presenting lunar eclipses as "proof" of the round earth.
I present to you the selenehelion.

selenhelion?  I've actually never heard of that one before.  I think I'll just stick w/ the standerd wikipedia/normal science explanation for that one.  If it doesn't bother every astronomer ever; it doesn't bother me.

By the way, there is a shadow object.  It's looks like this

(http://www.3dnworld.com/users/1/images/UltimateEarth.jpg)
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 12, 2008, 09:46:54 PM
Ok, then I'm going to dismiss all other evidence on the same basis.  ::)
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Tom Bishop on May 12, 2008, 10:11:19 PM
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By the way, there is a shadow object.  It's looks like this

The shadow object is a computer rendered 3D model?  ???
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lived_eht_asan on May 12, 2008, 10:39:55 PM
Start of thread:

Seriously?  Can you guys contradict yourselves any more?
...
More to come, as your logic is so obviously flawed.

End of thread:

Especially when you think about how accurately the RE model predicts them.

selenhelion?  I've actually never heard of that one before.  I think I'll just stick w/ the standerd wikipedia/normal science explanation for that one.  If it doesn't bother every astronomer ever; it doesn't bother me.

Those last two quotes seem contradictory to me.  Whose logic is flawed?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 13, 2008, 02:52:22 AM
Those last two quotes seem contradictory to me.  Whose logic is flawed?

Erm! The FE'ers

Let me guess, the world's governments and their armed forces, NASA and it's Astronauts, even people like Richard Branson are all lieing, all for no apparent reason?

Or can you give me a good reason to believe that we are kept in the dark about the truth? (i.e. the earth being flat?)
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 13, 2008, 08:02:15 AM
uhhmmmm money?  And you vastly overstate the number of people involved in this conspiracy.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Anderkent on May 13, 2008, 09:27:29 AM
uhhmmmm money?  And you vastly overstate the number of people involved in this conspiracy.

So, how exackly do they gain money by lying to us?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 13, 2008, 09:34:52 AM
Government gives trillions to NASA for space program.
NASA spends billions faking data/projects for program.
Profit


Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: markjo on May 13, 2008, 09:38:49 AM
Government gives trillions to NASA for space program.
NASA spends billions faking data/projects for program.
Profit

Any evidence to support the claim that NASA has received trillions of dollars from the government?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: divito the truthist on May 13, 2008, 09:55:17 AM
Any evidence to support the claim that NASA has received trillions of dollars from the government?

Here you go:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NASA_Budget
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 13, 2008, 09:55:57 AM
My argument wasn't that they received trillions yearly. It was an extrapolation. They are roughly half way to a trillion dollars to date.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: divito the truthist on May 13, 2008, 10:11:46 AM
That doesn't even matter. They've received $.6 trillion to date. So markjo gets his evidence.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: markjo on May 13, 2008, 10:34:04 AM
My argument wasn't that they received trillions yearly. It was an exaggeration. They are roughly half way to a trillion dollars to date.

There, fixed that for you.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: divito the truthist on May 13, 2008, 10:35:24 AM
But it wasn't an exaggeration.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 13, 2008, 11:12:17 AM
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By the way, there is a shadow object.  It's looks like this

The shadow object is a computer rendered 3D model?  ???

YES!!!!  Now you understand!!!

Ok, then I'm going to dismiss all other evidence on the same basis.  ::)

Don't you think that if certain types of eclipses disproved the RE model, than one of the thousands of astronomers who have looked at eclipses would have noticed by now?


Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: markjo on May 13, 2008, 11:20:19 AM
But it wasn't an exaggeration.

When you add an 's' to the end of an amount, it usually indicates a quantity greater than one.  Ski specifically said trillions of dollars, which would indicate more than one trillion, not a fraction of a trillion. 
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 13, 2008, 11:23:09 AM
But it wasn't an exaggeration.

When you add an 's' to the end of an amount, it usually indicates a quantity greater than one.  Ski specifically said trillions of dollars, which would indicate more than one trillion, not a fraction of a trillion. 

If you guys don't trust anything NASA/the government does why the hell do you trust what they say their budget is?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 13, 2008, 11:33:57 AM
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0b/Lunar-eclipse-2004.jpg)

Lunar Eclipse w/ Sun!

OH SNAP!!!!

Also, what's the RE explanation for having this many moons in the sky at once?

Another victory for FE!

I thought you guys would be happy that I proved FE.

*sniffle*
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 13, 2008, 11:42:33 AM
If you guys don't trust anything NASA/the government does why the hell do you trust what they say their budget is?

Good point. It could be more than I stated for all I know...
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 13, 2008, 01:38:56 PM
Or much less.

So: to put it cleanly: if you think that NASA is lying about the entire space program, than you have no reason to think that they are being honest about their budget, so you have no idea what their budget really is.  So you can't say that they are making a lot of money via the conspiracy.  So you can't say that money is the motivation for the conspiracy.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Tom Bishop on May 13, 2008, 01:44:43 PM
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Or much less.

So: to put it cleanly: if you think that NASA is lying about the entire space program, than you have no reason to think that they are being honest about their budget, so you have no idea what their budget really is.  So you can't say that they are making a lot of money via the conspiracy.  So you can't say that money is the motivation for the conspiracy.

If NASA was a Conspiracy, why would the Conspirators be making zero dollars?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lindelof on May 13, 2008, 01:53:20 PM
Ah--they are in a cult?  They are space aliens?  They have a sense of humor?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lived_eht_asan on May 13, 2008, 02:01:21 PM
Exactly.  All signs point to "They are raking in enormous profit" ... but how or why doesn't really change the fact the Earth is flat.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Anderkent on May 13, 2008, 02:31:03 PM
Government gives trillions to NASA for space program.
NASA spends billions faking data/projects for program.
Profit




But wait, the government is in the conspiracy too , isnt it.
So they basically have control over that money already, no need to spend billions faking data/projects for program, just spend everything on what you want?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 13, 2008, 03:03:27 PM
well, they have to do something useful with some of the money or the government would stop giving them more. I suspect the government is largely just as clueless as the rest of the world.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Anderkent on May 13, 2008, 04:46:04 PM
So its only NASA that is in the conspiracy and government thinks the world is round?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 13, 2008, 05:34:24 PM
As far as I know... The President may know, but I doubt it... Certain congressmen probably know and are in on it helping push the budget through...

Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 14, 2008, 01:37:08 AM
So, let me get this right....

NASA are the only ones to know, purely on the basis that they want money? 
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 14, 2008, 01:48:42 AM
There are several agencies working together directly or indirectly to perpetuate the myth. I'm simply saying that not every congressman and bureaucrat is in on the conspiracy like you're implying.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 14, 2008, 01:58:43 AM
But surely to keep this myth alive, any nation capable of space travel, or long haul flight, must be involved.

Richard Branson circumvented the globe, either he is a complete fool (his business acumen says differently), or he is in on it?

I seriously doubt your case (i.e. Flat Earth), but I am happy to be proved wrong, so show me some proof!  Don't assume we are all here just to mindlessly argue, although that is fun, I have an open mind, but no one is saying anything intelligent to help their cause.
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 14, 2008, 02:07:41 AM
What does Richard Branson's circumnavigation have to do with it? Or any of the thousands of people who have done so, for that matter...  ???
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 14, 2008, 01:11:52 PM
How do you circumnavigate a flat earth?
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 14, 2008, 01:27:24 PM
Usually with a boat or plane...
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: lived_eht_asan on May 14, 2008, 02:09:49 PM
 ;D
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Gresh on May 14, 2008, 03:58:26 PM
As always, no sensible answers.

Well, I think the Earth is a Dodecahedron.  I base this on nothing more than ill-conceived ideas and my own egotistical rantings.  That and smart arse answers!
Title: Re: Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Post by: Ski on May 14, 2008, 06:42:11 PM
Would you care to explain why it is impossible? And if I explained how it was possible would you admit you're blindly attacking a theory which you really didn't take the time to look at before deciding it was lunacy?