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Flat Earth Discussion Boards => Flat Earth Q&A => Topic started by: Horatio on August 12, 2010, 02:07:50 AM

Title: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 12, 2010, 02:07:50 AM
Why are there completely different stars in the Southern sky, compared to the Northern sky, if the Earth is flat?
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: MrBoB on August 12, 2010, 08:56:07 AM
Because it isnt flat.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Parsifal on August 12, 2010, 10:23:01 AM
As I keep telling you, lurk moar.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 12, 2010, 10:25:35 AM
As I keep telling you, lurk moar.

Keep trying! I'm sure you'll eventually learn how to spell that very difficult word!
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: PizzaPlanet on August 12, 2010, 10:40:20 AM
As I keep telling you, lurk moar.

Keep trying! I'm sure you'll eventually learn how to spell that very difficult word!

If you don't know why "moar" is spelled "moar" in this context, as opposed to "more", then you most definitely do need to lurk moar.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: ClockTower on August 12, 2010, 10:45:55 AM
As I keep telling you, lurk moar.

Keep trying! I'm sure you'll eventually learn how to spell that very difficult word!

If you don't know why "moar" is spelled "moar" in this context, as opposed to "more", then you most definitely do need to lurk moar.
Please stop derailing threads with your trivia.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 12, 2010, 10:47:11 AM
As I keep telling you, lurk moar.

Keep trying! I'm sure you'll eventually learn how to spell that very difficult word!

If you don't know why "moar" is spelled "moar" in this context, as opposed to "more", then you most definitely do need to lurk moar.

Someday, you'll learn too, kiddo! Keep trying!
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Ranger 3 on August 12, 2010, 11:02:41 AM
As I keep telling you, lurk moar.

Keep trying! I'm sure you'll eventually learn how to spell that very difficult word!

If you don't know why "moar" is spelled "moar" in this context, as opposed to "more", then you most definitely do need to lurk moar.


I understand that "lurk moar" is a meme around here. Basically, it's acceptable because a lot of folks on FES do it. A lot of people are really fucking stupid too. Is this a standard you want to adopt?
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: markjo on August 12, 2010, 11:21:23 AM
As I keep telling you, lurk moar.

Keep trying! I'm sure you'll eventually learn how to spell that very difficult word!

lrn2meme
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Crustinator on August 12, 2010, 11:56:38 AM
I understand that "lurk moar" is a meme around here. Basically, it's acceptable because a lot of folks on FES do it.

Actually it's a lolichan thing. No one has an original idea around here.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Ranger 3 on August 12, 2010, 12:05:10 PM
I understand that "lurk moar" is a meme around here. Basically, it's acceptable because a lot of folks on FES do it.

Actually it's a lolichan thing. No one has an original idea around here.

Yeah, I got that. My point stands.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: MrBoB on August 12, 2010, 04:06:24 PM
Im from /b/, do I get excluded now?

Also I wonder hard how I could not get on this site before through /b/, but instead followed a link on a completely different forum, which is all rational and for uni students. I dont know what went wrong. But I figured long ago that quite a few users are /b/rothers, or at least lurking 4chan once in a while.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 12, 2010, 10:02:09 PM
Is no one gonna attempt to explain why the stars in the Southern sky are different from the Northern sky?

Without using any bizarre celestial clockwork. I've had enough of epicycles.  
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Parsifal on August 13, 2010, 05:05:10 AM
Is no one gonna attempt to explain why the stars in the Southern sky are different from the Northern sky?

Without using any bizarrely celestial clockwork. I've had enough of epicycles. 

We have. Lurk moar.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: OmgHAI on August 13, 2010, 05:09:57 AM
This thread is full of really cool people
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 13, 2010, 05:15:36 AM
Is no one gonna attempt to explain why the stars in the Southern sky are different from the Northern sky?

Without using any bizarrely celestial clockwork. I've had enough of epicycles.  

We have. Lurk moar.

Listen, special dude, that is not an answer. You're old enough to know that now, I think.

I said: Without using bizarre celestial clockwork. That shit went out of style with Kepler.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Parsifal on August 13, 2010, 05:18:14 AM
Listen, special dude, that is not an answer. You're old enough to know that now, I think.

The answer exists. We don't exist just to type out the same answers day after day for noobs like you who are too lazy to search.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: markjo on August 13, 2010, 05:26:32 AM
Listen, special dude, that is not an answer. You're old enough to know that now, I think.

The answer exists. We don't exist just to type out the same answers day after day for noobs like you who are too lazy to search.

I think that celestial gears count as "bizarrely [sic] celestial clockwork".
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 13, 2010, 05:31:29 AM
Listen, special dude, that is not an answer. You're old enough to know that now, I think.

The answer exists. We don't exist just to type out the same answers day after day for noobs like you who are too lazy to search.

I said: Without using bizarre celestial clockwork. That shit went out of style with Kepler.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Parsifal on August 13, 2010, 06:02:42 AM
I think that celestial gears count as "bizarrely [sic] celestial clockwork".

The celestial gears hypothesis is not an answer to this question.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: markjo on August 13, 2010, 06:45:13 AM
I think that celestial gears count as "bizarrely [sic] celestial clockwork".

The celestial gears hypothesis is not an answer to this question.

Damned right it isn't.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Parsifal on August 13, 2010, 06:48:28 AM
Damned right it isn't.

Then why bring it up?
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 13, 2010, 07:24:50 AM
Damned right it isn't.

Then why bring it up?

To get you kind folks to provide a different answer.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Parsifal on August 13, 2010, 07:56:43 AM
To get you kind folks to provide a different answer.

Except that nobody ever brought up Celestial Gears as an answer to this question, because it isn't one.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 13, 2010, 08:51:21 AM
To get you kind folks to provide a different answer.

Except that nobody ever brought up Celestial Gears as an answer to this question, because it isn't one.

Nobody has brought it up, because there isn't an answer to this question in the FAQ.

If FEs can't answer this question, then the FE theory is not only dead as it already is, but it is now pissed and shit on by the collective waste of every creature on this planet.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Crustinator on August 13, 2010, 12:19:59 PM
To get you kind folks to provide a different answer.

Except that nobody ever brought up Celestial Gears as an answer to this question, because it isn't one.

Incorrect.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Parsifal on August 13, 2010, 01:28:51 PM
If FEs can't answer this question, then the FE theory is not only dead as it already is, but it is now pissed and shit on by the collective waste of every creature on this planet.

Again, it's been answered. If you're too lazy to search for it, that's your own problem.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: zork on August 13, 2010, 02:50:19 PM
If FEs can't answer this question, then the FE theory is not only dead as it already is, but it is now pissed and shit on by the collective waste of every creature on this planet.

Again, it's been answered. If you're too lazy to search for it, that's your own problem.
Searching for southern sky and stars doesn't give anything else but celestial gear version. Your failure to provide other version of answer shows that you have no idea what the other version may be.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: Horatio on August 13, 2010, 08:44:21 PM
If FEs can't answer this question, then the FE theory is not only dead as it already is, but it is now pissed and shit on by the collective waste of every creature on this planet.

Again, it's been answered. If you're too lazy to search for it, that's your own problem.

No, it has not been. Your precious theory is dead, buried, and decomposed. I demand this website be shut down and all funds be turned over to a charity organization of my choice.
Title: Re: Southern Sky
Post by: TheJackel on August 14, 2010, 02:23:19 AM
If FEs can't answer this question, then the FE theory is not only dead as it already is, but it is now pissed and shit on by the collective waste of every creature on this planet.

Again, it's been answered. If you're too lazy to search for it, that's your own problem.

What's the circumference of your FE sir? Care to do a time, speed, and distance calculation? Where is your data? Hell, do you even know the mass, desnity, volume, or even the area of your fallacy? When you can get your FAQ to pass a simple math test, you let us know :).. Perhaps those cartoon maps will give you magical powers to cast magic missile.