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Title: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 03, 2015, 02:21:18 PM
Soon we will be able to access some of the new lands that have been denied to us so far. The obvious next step is to visit these lands and be the first to "discover" them.
Within the next few years I am planning to charter a boat to sail to Itchyland (it won't really be called that, it's not my real name).
Does anyone here with experience of ocean sailing, outdoor survival, or building want to join the expedition? I know where the boat needs to sail to, though I can't divulge that yet. But it would make sense for the voyage to begin in either Australia , New Zealand, or the west coast of South America.

I estimate the trip will last about a year, it's not a one way trip, although you may not want to come back.

You need to be brave, there could be all sorts of creatures there, including species thought to be extinct.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on May 03, 2015, 02:37:21 PM
What will you do when you just find yourself on the other side of Antarctica?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 03, 2015, 02:42:14 PM
What will you do when you just find yourself on the other side of Antarctica?

Eh? We're not going anywhere near Antarctica.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on May 03, 2015, 02:44:10 PM
What will you do when you just find yourself on the other side of Antarctica?

Eh? We're not going anywhere near Antarctica.

Where do you believe the edge of the Earth is?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 03, 2015, 02:52:18 PM
What will you do when you just find yourself on the other side of Antarctica?

Eh? We're not going anywhere near Antarctica.

Where do you believe the edge of the Earth is?

Haven't you read any of my posts about infinite earth? If there is an edge, it's at the edge of the universe.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on May 03, 2015, 03:00:16 PM
Haven't you read any of my posts about infinite earth? If there is an edge, it's at the edge of the universe.

What I meant was where do you think the edge is of the known Earth.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 03, 2015, 03:10:31 PM
Haven't you read any of my posts about infinite earth? If there is an edge, it's at the edge of the universe.

What I meant was where do you think the edge is of the known Earth.

The landmasses are not arranged quite as you believe. The controls preventing us reaching new lands are ready to be lifted.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on May 03, 2015, 03:13:30 PM
Haven't you read any of my posts about infinite earth? If there is an edge, it's at the edge of the universe.

What I meant was where do you think the edge is of the known Earth.

The landmasses are not arranged quite as you believe. The controls preventing us reaching new lands are ready to be lifted.

Measuring the distances between land masses is as simple of taking a plane or boat, going at a constant speed, and timing how long it takes you to reach the next continent.  Do you by chance have a map of how you believe the Earth looks?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: FlatOrange on May 03, 2015, 03:20:21 PM
I'll donate some money when you're getting close to leaving
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikewolf13 on May 03, 2015, 05:25:43 PM
when chartering the boat, it will be less expensive if you tell them you are going to what ever is on a traditional map that is located where you will find this new land.

I have found charters try to rip you off when they think they are going to uncharted territories with previously beleived to be extinct creatures.

Consider this savings, my contribution and safe travels
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: JerkFace on May 04, 2015, 06:57:08 PM
Haven't you read any of my posts about infinite earth? If there is an edge, it's at the edge of the universe.

What I meant was where do you think the edge is of the known Earth.

The landmasses are not arranged quite as you believe. The controls preventing us reaching new lands are ready to be lifted.

I'll donate a dollar,   and wave from the shore as you sail off into the sunset.   Perhaps to discover wonderful new worlds and never return. We can only hope.

Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 04:41:43 AM
We don't need donations, but thanks.

We have a boat and skipper, and a few people to help build our settlement!

Still need a few people to help document the wildlife. Especially helpful would be anyone who has some large cages so we can bring back some live animals.

We sail from Sydney June 2016.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 05:58:31 AM
We don't need donations, but thanks.

We have a boat and skipper, and a few people to help build our settlement!

Still need a few people to help document the wildlife. Especially helpful would be anyone who has some large cages so we can bring back some live animals.

We sail from Sydney June 2016.

Please keep us up to date. Ask a user to post in your place, then use a satellite phone to call him and update him so he can update us.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 06:06:59 AM
We don't need donations, but thanks.

We have a boat and skipper, and a few people to help build our settlement!

Still need a few people to help document the wildlife. Especially helpful would be anyone who has some large cages so we can bring back some live animals.

We sail from Sydney June 2016.

Please keep us up to date. Ask a user to post in your place, then use a satellite phone to call him and update him so he can update us.

We will have to very careful with information management. If it gets out, we'll have countries like China sending their navies and trying to claim the land and resources. We will present our evidence, when we are ready, to the Australian and British governments only.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 06:50:36 AM
We will have to very careful with information management. If it gets out, we'll have countries like China sending their navies and trying to claim the land and resources. We will present our evidence, when we are ready, to the Australian and British governments only.

Spoke like a true imperialist. But I am referring at what you will find over there, like animals and plants and stuff. Maybe there will be some interesting stuff. Not too descriptive.

Or at least a message that you arrived safely.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: JerkFace on May 05, 2015, 06:53:33 AM
We sail from Sydney June 2016.

Why are you going in mid winter?    I thought you said you were going in the summer?

Year long. We travel in summer, stay on island, then travel back following summer. Why is that so hard to understand?

If you want to travel in summer, then you should leave in November.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 06:58:22 AM
Why are you going in mid winter?    I thought you said you were going in the summer?

I was gonna skip over that, just so, in June 2016, I would ask him "How's the snow down there?"

Ruined my one year joke.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: JerkFace on May 05, 2015, 07:09:33 AM
Why are you going in mid winter?    I thought you said you were going in the summer?

I was gonna skip over that, just so, in June 2016, I would ask him "How's the snow down there?"

Ruined my one year joke.

Ha ha.   Sorry,   I should have kept quiet,   no snow in Sydney,  but they do get some pretty wild weather at times.   http://www.holiday-weather.com/sydney/averages/june (http://www.holiday-weather.com/sydney/averages/june)

Make sure someone packs a GPS,  and a flat earth map.   I've got the Gilligans Island theme stuck in my head.   Who's going to play Gilligan,  Itchy?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 07:56:46 AM
We will have to very careful with information management. If it gets out, we'll have countries like China sending their navies and trying to claim the land and resources. We will present our evidence, when we are ready, to the Australian and British governments only.

Spoke like a true imperialist. But I am referring at what you will find over there, like animals and plants and stuff. Maybe there will be some interesting stuff. Not too descriptive.

Or at least a message that you arrived safely.

No, a true imperialist would inform the British government only. I'm giving the Aussies a cut!

Summer is summer everywhere, don't know what you are on about.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on May 05, 2015, 08:05:43 AM
Before you decide who gets the land you might want to make sure it exists first.  Don't count your eggs before they hatch.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: JerkFace on May 05, 2015, 08:14:53 AM
Summer is summer everywhere, don't know what you are on about.

Ha ha..   pack the long johns,  and wet weather gear.     
I'm with Mikeman,  I think  for such a journey you should have a Marine Safety Engineer on the expedition team,  I'd like to recommend Anders Bjorkman,  he would be a good navigator as well.
You aren't planning any gravitational slingshots, so you should be fine.

Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 08:23:31 AM
Summer is summer everywhere, don't know what you are on about.

You um... do realize that summer in the northern part of the Earth means winter in the southern part, do you?

(I avoided using the word "Hemisphere" as you won't agree with it)

But anyway, happy journey!
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 08:28:13 AM
We set sail in November 2016!

Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 08:48:40 AM
We set sail in November 2016!

Hahahaha, okay.

Dammit, that means there's more to wait. Go this November!
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 09:16:18 AM
We set sail in November 2016!

Hahahaha, okay.

Dammit, that means there's more to wait. Go this November!

If we went this year we would find nothing. The new land is not revealed until the end of 2016.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 09:21:00 AM
If we went this year we would find nothing. The new land is not revealed until the end of 2016.

Wait what? And why is that?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 09:31:11 AM
Well it's not just sitting there where anyone can see it, it would already be discovered if that were the case.

New land is gradually revealed to us, and next year is reveal year.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 09:37:29 AM
Well it's not just sitting there where anyone can see it, it would already be discovered if that were the case.

New land is gradually revealed to us, and next year is reveal year.

Questions time!

1. How is new land revealed?
2. "reveal" implies that it already exists somewhere. Why/How are we not seeing it?
3. Who reveals it?
4. Why is it revealed?
5. If it does not exist, how does it form?
6. Why is 2016 a reveal year? How did you deduce that?
7. What makes you think that supersonic jets won't be there before you?
8. When was the last reveal year?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 09:55:07 AM
Well it's not just sitting there where anyone can see it, it would already be discovered if that were the case.

New land is gradually revealed to us, and next year is reveal year.

Questions time!

1. How is new land revealed?
2. "reveal" implies that it already exists somewhere. Why/How are we not seeing it?
3. Who reveals it?
4. Why is it revealed?
5. If it does not exist, how does it form?
6. Why is 2016 a reveal year? How did you deduce that?
7. What makes you think that supersonic jets won't be there before you?
8. When was the last reveal year?

You haven't been keeping up with infinite earth theory!

The earth is an infinite plain. We are only able to travel to a restricted distance from the centre of the world, which is East Africa. When we reach an advanced enough level, we can go further. The last land to be revealed was Australia.
The coordinates and date of the next reveal have been communicated to me in my dream-meetings with the Controller.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 11:12:00 AM
The coordinates and date of the next reveal have been communicated to me in my dream-meetings with the Controller.

You do realize that... that sentence puts you in the "You need therapy" list, don't you?

But moving on. Who's the Controller? How did the dream-meeting happen? What are you referring to when you say "we have to reach an advanced enough level". How is East Africa the furthest we can go?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 11:23:51 AM
The coordinates and date of the next reveal have been communicated to me in my dream-meetings with the Controller.

You do realize that... that sentence puts you in the "You need therapy" list, don't you?

But moving on. Who's the Controller? How did the dream-meeting happen? What are you referring to when you say "we have to reach an advanced enough level". How is East Africa the furthest we can go?

East Africa is the centre of our known world. Like a traditional London-at-0-longitude wall map, but the pacific ocean surrounds the whole known world.

Every time we reach a stage in technological advancement that the Controller deems suitable, we are allowed to go further.

The Controller (just my term) is the creator and maintainer of our world. We are like his pets. He has communicated with me so that the new continent can be discovered and will be placed in safe hands.

It's been a long gap since Australia was revealed, which leads me to believe that the new continent must be very special.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 11:36:32 AM

East Africa is the centre of our known world. Like a traditional London-at-0-longitude wall map, but the pacific ocean surrounds the whole known world.

Every time we reach a stage in technological advancement that the Controller deems suitable, we are allowed to go further.

The Controller (just my term) is the creator and maintainer of our world. We are like his pets. He has communicated with me so that the new continent can be discovered and will be placed in safe hands.

It's been a long gap since Australia was revealed, which leads me to believe that the new continent must be very special.

Wow this is.... gold.

Send me a PM if you're not trolling (with anything in it). Don't send anything if you're not. I won't tell, be honest.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 05, 2015, 12:21:03 PM
It makes no difference to me if you think it's a joke. Enough people are interested enough to join the voyage.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Slemon on May 05, 2015, 12:50:09 PM
Send me a PM if you're not trolling (with anything in it). Don't send anything if you're not. I won't tell, be honest.

What if he sent a PM saying "I'm trolling," though?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 05, 2015, 01:22:40 PM
Send me a PM if you're not trolling (with anything in it). Don't send anything if you're not. I won't tell, be honest.

What if he sent a PM saying "I'm trolling," though?

Then my universe would implode in a black hole.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikewolf13 on May 05, 2015, 06:33:26 PM
The coordinates and date of the next reveal have been communicated to me in my dream-meetings with the Controller.

You do realize that... that sentence puts you in the "You need therapy" list, don't you?

But moving on. Who's the Controller? How did the dream-meeting happen? What are you referring to when you say "we have to reach an advanced enough level". How is East Africa the furthest we can go?

East Africa is the centre of our known world. Like a traditional London-at-0-longitude wall map, but the pacific ocean surrounds the whole known world.

Every time we reach a stage in technological advancement that the Controller deems suitable, we are allowed to go further.

The Controller (just my term) is the creator and maintainer of our world. We are like his pets. He has communicated with me so that the new continent can be discovered and will be placed in safe hands.

It's been a long gap since Australia was revealed, which leads me to believe that the new continent must be very special.

Boo. so when the expedition fails, it will not be because you are wrong, it will because the Controller did not deem us worthy.  Oh snap, i hope this comment did not delay the new world.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 06, 2015, 05:54:22 AM
Please note, if you are interested in this adventure, this is the thread to post in.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 06, 2015, 06:12:37 AM
Sadly, following legal advice, I have to exclude US citizens from the expedition.

This is due to the Guano Islands Act:

"Whenever any citizen of the United States discovers a deposit of guano on any island, rock, or key, not within the lawful jurisdiction of any other Government, and not occupied by the citizens of any other Government, and takes peaceable possession thereof, and occupies the same, such island, rock, or key may, at the discretion of the President, be considered as appertaining to the United States."

—first section of Guano Islands Act
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 06, 2015, 06:14:14 AM
Please note, if you are interested in this adventure, this is the thread to post in.

Soo, the Earth is infinite.

Does that mean that the Sun enlarges its orbit every time new land is revealed, and going faster at the same time, to keep the 24 hour day constant?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 06, 2015, 06:18:59 AM
Please note, if you are interested in this adventure, this is the thread to post in.

Soo, the Earth is infinite.

Does that mean that the Sun enlarges its orbit every time new land is revealed, and going faster at the same time, to keep the 24 hour day constant?

No.the land has always been there. We just haven't been able to access it.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 06, 2015, 06:27:59 AM
No.the land has always been there. We just haven't been able to access it.

Well, then the radius of the Sun's orbit must be infinite? Or sunlight does not reach distant lands?

How are we not able to access them? What exactly stops us from physically going there?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 06, 2015, 06:35:30 AM
No.the land has always been there. We just haven't been able to access it.

Well, then the radius of the Sun's orbit must be infinite? Or sunlight does not reach distant lands?

How are we not able to access them? What exactly stops us from physically going there?

I never said the sun lights the whole plain. Don't misrepresent me.

I don't know how the Controller works. I am not claiming to be some kind of son of god. I'm not mental.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 06, 2015, 08:13:03 AM
I never said the sun lights the whole plain. Don't misrepresent me.

I don't know how the Controller works. I am not claiming to be some kind of son of god. I'm not mental.

Do you have a name for this weird cult you're part of?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: New Earth on May 06, 2015, 10:42:30 AM
May be Atlantis will be revealed next. I'm having a little difficulty with your theory Itchy. You don't believe there is a circular frozen continent (Antarctica) that surrounds the known earth? As most flat earthers believe.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 06, 2015, 11:49:10 AM
May be Atlantis will be revealed next. I'm having a little difficulty with your theory Itchy. You don't believe there is a circular frozen continent (Antarctica) that surrounds the known earth? As most flat earthers believe.

No. Antarctica is a continent as mapped. The edge of the known world is all ocean...until next year!
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: New Earth on May 06, 2015, 11:57:24 AM
May be Atlantis will be revealed next. I'm having a little difficulty with your theory Itchy. You don't believe there is a circular frozen continent (Antarctica) that surrounds the known earth? As most flat earthers believe.

No. Antarctica is a continent as mapped. The edge of the known world is all ocean...until next year!


So you don't believe that the known earth is a disk?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 06, 2015, 12:03:07 PM
May be Atlantis will be revealed next. I'm having a little difficulty with your theory Itchy. You don't believe there is a circular frozen continent (Antarctica) that surrounds the known earth? As most flat earthers believe.

No. Antarctica is a continent as mapped. The edge of the known world is all ocean...until next year!


No, it's a plain that makes up the floor of the universe.

Do I have to explain this to every forum member individually?  ::)

So you don't believe that the known earth is a disk?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 07, 2015, 10:27:45 AM
Limited places still available.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: modestman on May 07, 2015, 10:59:15 AM
I am flat earther who believe in infinite flat earth and in creator but i am far away from Australia please contact me.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: modestman on May 07, 2015, 11:21:04 AM
Itchy why haven't you reply to my comment ?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: New Earth on May 07, 2015, 11:23:24 AM
I believe in infinite earth too. However I'm convinced that the known seven continents and oceans around them are in a form of a disk. Earth is a disk that is seating on infinite plane. There are other disks beyond Antarctica. Continents are not being revealed to us by some nerdy controller. We have discovered all continents within our disk. You want to explore earth further, you need to cross beyond Antarctica and look for more worlds. Drop the arrogance level Itchy or I'm gonna nuke Itchyland LOL
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: modestman on May 07, 2015, 11:28:18 AM
What make you so sure ? i believe in creator and when you come to plan something it has to be with sense therefore round earth is idiotic.
Do you believe in ice wall ? because i believe antarctica to be a continent.

Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 07, 2015, 11:59:29 AM
We're not going until the end of 2016.

We need people help collect and document flora and fauna, people to phtotograph and film, people with skills to help build a camp.
Must have English as first language, or very good English.

As already stated sadly US citizens cannot come due to claims on guano.

No Chinese, Russians, North Koreans, middle east countries for political reasons.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: modestman on May 07, 2015, 12:03:16 PM
We're not going until the end of 2016.

We need people help collect and document flora and fauna, people to phtotograph and film, people with skills to help build a camp.
Must have English as first language, or very good English.

As already stated sadly US citizens cannot come due to claims on guano.

No Chinese, Russians, North Koreans, middle east countries for political reasons.
Only Aussies ?
by the way you need to take care of hostile human beings the creator probably create a lot more human beings in other continents most of them still in level of low technology so they don't make a journey to our direction.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 07, 2015, 12:15:20 PM
We're not going until the end of 2016.

We need people help collect and document flora and fauna, people to phtotograph and film, people with skills to help build a camp.
Must have English as first language, or very good English.

As already stated sadly US citizens cannot come due to claims on guano.

No Chinese, Russians, North Koreans, middle east countries for political reasons.
Only Aussies ?
by the way you need to take care of hostile human beings the creator probably create a lot more human beings in other continents most of them still in level of low technology so they don't make a journey to our direction.

No, not only Aussies, I'm not Aussie. There are a few Aussies already on board, plus three Brits, a Kiwi and a Canadian. Maybe Anericans can come if they sign a waver on the guano island act.

There are no humans there.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: modestman on May 07, 2015, 12:22:45 PM
We're not going until the end of 2016.

We need people help collect and document flora and fauna, people to phtotograph and film, people with skills to help build a camp.
Must have English as first language, or very good English.

As already stated sadly US citizens cannot come due to claims on guano.

No Chinese, Russians, North Koreans, middle east countries for political reasons.
Only Aussies ?
by the way you need to take care of hostile human beings the creator probably create a lot more human beings in other continents most of them still in level of low technology so they don't make a journey to our direction.

No, not only Aussies, I'm not Aussie. There are a few Aussies already on board, plus three Brits, a Kiwi and a Canadian. Maybe Anericans can come if they sign a waver on the guano island act.

There are no humans there.
How do you know there are no humans ?
and please send me PM.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: octojay on May 08, 2015, 05:57:27 AM
Count me in.  As a Canadian citizen with skills in photography/videography as well as a passion for plants and animals, I am PERFECT for this expedition.  I can also tie a mean bowline.

Let's do this.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 08, 2015, 06:02:34 AM
Count me in.  As a Canadian citizen with skills in photography/videography as well as a passion for plants and animals, I am PERFECT for this expedition.  I can also tie a mean bowline.

Let's do this.

Great, you're in. Bring beer!
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on May 08, 2015, 06:04:46 AM
This all sounds totally legit.

Count me in.  How do I sign up?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on May 08, 2015, 06:10:08 AM
This all sounds totally legit.

Count me in.  How do I sign up?

You need to tell me what skills you would bring to the group.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: abaaaabbbb63 on May 08, 2015, 07:01:37 AM
This all sounds totally legit.

Count me in.  How do I sign up?

You need to tell me what skills you would bring to the group.

He is a crab. He is extremely familiar with salt water.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikewolf13 on May 08, 2015, 11:05:44 AM
We're not going until the end of 2016.

We need people help collect and document flora and fauna, people to phtotograph and film, people with skills to help build a camp.
Must have English as first language, or very good English.

As already stated sadly US citizens cannot come due to claims on guano.

No Chinese, Russians, North Koreans, middle east countries for political reasons.

Why can't you fly there once it is revealed?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikewolf13 on May 08, 2015, 11:08:20 AM
May I suggest taking Americans to challenge the Guano act.

For the U.S. to enforce in court, they would have to admit that "itchyland" exists.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on June 05, 2015, 01:04:39 PM
Hey guys. What's with all the liberal-bashing?  ;D

I have been away for a few weeks, doing research and planning next years voyage. I've discovered some very interesting information, and it turns out that there are a few others who are looking for the new continent, but I haven't told them about our voyage!

The Australian authorities were asking questions about the purpose of the trip. I think they were on to me, so I've chartered a different boat with a different ID. Its a better boat anyway, it's got a fridge for the beer!

I will keep you posted, but I may need to change forum ID at some point, as I think I'm getting followed round the Internet.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Slemon on June 05, 2015, 01:09:01 PM
Hey guys. What's with all the liberal-bashing?  ;D
Don't ask. Someone joined the forum under way too many names.

Welcome back! Unfortunately JRowe seems to have left us, so you're our only prominent researcher.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Lemmiwinks on June 05, 2015, 01:14:45 PM
Hey guys. What's with all the liberal-bashing?  ;D

I have been away for a few weeks, doing research and planning next years voyage. I've discovered some very interesting information, and it turns out that there are a few others who are looking for the new continent, but I haven't told them about our voyage!

The Australian authorities were asking questions about the purpose of the trip. I think they were on to me, so I've chartered a different boat with a different ID. Its a better boat anyway, it's got a fridge for the beer!

I will keep you posted, but I may need to change forum ID at some point, as I think I'm getting followed round the Internet.

You can't leave saying you are an alt then come back and pretend you aren't. lol
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on June 05, 2015, 01:33:48 PM
Hey guys. What's with all the liberal-bashing?  ;D

I have been away for a few weeks, doing research and planning next years voyage. I've discovered some very interesting information, and it turns out that there are a few others who are looking for the new continent, but I haven't told them about our voyage!

The Australian authorities were asking questions about the purpose of the trip. I think they were on to me, so I've chartered a different boat with a different ID. Its a better boat anyway, it's got a fridge for the beer!

I will keep you posted, but I may need to change forum ID at some point, as I think I'm getting followed round the Internet.

You can't leave saying you are an alt then come back and pretend you aren't. lol

I have to say things like that to cover my tracks, otherwise I get followed by CIA goons. They know I'm on to something.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on June 05, 2015, 03:16:41 PM
Hello Itchy.

You still haven't told me how you think space travel could be real on a flat Earth, that makes no sense at all to me.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on June 06, 2015, 10:28:43 AM
Hello Itchy.

You still haven't told me how you think space travel could be real on a flat Earth, that makes no sense at all to me.

Glad you asked that, it relates to one of my recent discoveries.

Two weeks ago I went to a talk on UFOs. I'm not a UFO believer, but the talk was near my home, so I thought I would go along just out of interest. The talk was awful, but a guy there said he was a university cosmology post-grad researcher. I got to talk with him after. Of course, he didn't believe in UFOs either, but he said he liked to expose "bad science".

I explained to him that I had doubts about some claimed achievements in space, expecting him to call me a nut and walk away, but get this; he smiled at me and said that it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda. Basically both the US and Soviets started exaggerating their achievements and the whole thing snowballed out of control. That's why progress seems to have stopped; since the end of the cold war the propaganda has lessened, and today's claims are more in line with reality.

The truth is that we can launch satellites and probes, but that's about it.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on June 06, 2015, 02:22:45 PM
Hello Itchy.

You still haven't told me how you think space travel could be real on a flat Earth, that makes no sense at all to me.

Glad you asked that, it relates to one of my recent discoveries.

Two weeks ago I went to a talk on UFOs. I'm not a UFO believer, but the talk was near my home, so I thought I would go along just out of interest. The talk was awful, but a guy there said he was a university cosmology post-grad researcher. I got to talk with him after. Of course, he didn't believe in UFOs either, but he said he liked to expose "bad science".

I explained to him that I had doubts about some claimed achievements in space, expecting him to call me a nut and walk away, but get this; he smiled at me and said that it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda. Basically both the US and Soviets started exaggerating their achievements and the whole thing snowballed out of control. That's why progress seems to have stopped; since the end of the cold war the propaganda has lessened, and today's claims are more in line with reality.

The truth is that we can launch satellites and probes, but that's about it.

Then why do all space pictures show the Earth being round?
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Weatherwax on June 06, 2015, 02:39:47 PM
Hello Itchy.

You still haven't told me how you think space travel could be real on a flat Earth, that makes no sense at all to me.

Glad you asked that, it relates to one of my recent discoveries.

Two weeks ago I went to a talk on UFOs. I'm not a UFO believer, but the talk was near my home, so I thought I would go along just out of interest. The talk was awful, but a guy there said he was a university cosmology post-grad researcher. I got to talk with him after. Of course, he didn't believe in UFOs either, but he said he liked to expose "bad science".

I explained to him that I had doubts about some claimed achievements in space, expecting him to call me a nut and walk away, but get this; he smiled at me and said that it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda. Basically both the US and Soviets started exaggerating their achievements and the whole thing snowballed out of control. That's why progress seems to have stopped; since the end of the cold war the propaganda has lessened, and today's claims are more in line with reality.

The truth is that we can launch satellites and probes, but that's about it.

Then why do all space pictures show the Earth being round?

Because the illuminated portion of Earth is round.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on June 06, 2015, 02:42:16 PM
Hello Itchy.

You still haven't told me how you think space travel could be real on a flat Earth, that makes no sense at all to me.

Glad you asked that, it relates to one of my recent discoveries.

Two weeks ago I went to a talk on UFOs. I'm not a UFO believer, but the talk was near my home, so I thought I would go along just out of interest. The talk was awful, but a guy there said he was a university cosmology post-grad researcher. I got to talk with him after. Of course, he didn't believe in UFOs either, but he said he liked to expose "bad science".

I explained to him that I had doubts about some claimed achievements in space, expecting him to call me a nut and walk away, but get this; he smiled at me and said that it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda. Basically both the US and Soviets started exaggerating their achievements and the whole thing snowballed out of control. That's why progress seems to have stopped; since the end of the cold war the propaganda has lessened, and today's claims are more in line with reality.

The truth is that we can launch satellites and probes, but that's about it.

Then why do all space pictures show the Earth being round?

Because the illuminated portion of Earth is round.

But what about the non illuminated part of the Earth where you can see night lights?  The Earth can have phases like the Moon.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on June 06, 2015, 02:49:37 PM
Hello Itchy.

You still haven't told me how you think space travel could be real on a flat Earth, that makes no sense at all to me.

Glad you asked that, it relates to one of my recent discoveries.

Two weeks ago I went to a talk on UFOs. I'm not a UFO believer, but the talk was near my home, so I thought I would go along just out of interest. The talk was awful, but a guy there said he was a university cosmology post-grad researcher. I got to talk with him after. Of course, he didn't believe in UFOs either, but he said he liked to expose "bad science".

I explained to him that I had doubts about some claimed achievements in space, expecting him to call me a nut and walk away, but get this; he smiled at me and said that it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda. Basically both the US and Soviets started exaggerating their achievements and the whole thing snowballed out of control. That's why progress seems to have stopped; since the end of the cold war the propaganda has lessened, and today's claims are more in line with reality.

The truth is that we can launch satellites and probes, but that's about it.

Then why do all space pictures show the Earth being round?

Because the illuminated portion of Earth is round.

But what about the non illuminated part of the Earth where you can see night lights?  The Earth can have phases like the Moon.

Rubbish. Photos only show an illuminated disc.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: mikeman7918 on June 06, 2015, 04:56:37 PM
Rubbish. Photos only show an illuminated disc.

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/27/Ap_16_view_of_Earth_during_TLC.jpg)

And before you ask, this is not a composite image.  It's a photo taken by a space probe.
Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Alpha2Omega on June 06, 2015, 05:48:42 PM
Two weeks ago I went to a talk on UFOs. I'm not a UFO believer, but the talk was near my home, so I thought I would go along just out of interest. The talk was awful, but a guy there said he was a university cosmology post-grad researcher. I got to talk with him after. Of course, he didn't believe in UFOs either, but he said he liked to expose "bad science".

I explained to him that I had doubts about some claimed achievements in space, expecting him to call me a nut and walk away, but get this; he smiled at me and said that it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda. Basically both the US and Soviets started exaggerating their achievements and the whole thing snowballed out of control. That's why progress seems to have stopped; since the end of the cold war the propaganda has lessened, and today's claims are more in line with reality.

The truth is that we can launch satellites and probes, but that's about it.

A "university cosmology post-grad researcher"[nb]Nice string of buzzwords. Did he say what he actually did, and where?[/nb] at a UFO talk who liked to expose "bad science" tells you "it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda."

So why isn't he exposing that?

Very convincing, if you really want to be convinced. 

Title: Re: Infinite Earth - The Next Step
Post by: Itchy_Arris on June 07, 2015, 04:20:06 AM
Two weeks ago I went to a talk on UFOs. I'm not a UFO believer, but the talk was near my home, so I thought I would go along just out of interest. The talk was awful, but a guy there said he was a university cosmology post-grad researcher. I got to talk with him after. Of course, he didn't believe in UFOs either, but he said he liked to expose "bad science".

I explained to him that I had doubts about some claimed achievements in space, expecting him to call me a nut and walk away, but get this; he smiled at me and said that it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda. Basically both the US and Soviets started exaggerating their achievements and the whole thing snowballed out of control. That's why progress seems to have stopped; since the end of the cold war the propaganda has lessened, and today's claims are more in line with reality.

The truth is that we can launch satellites and probes, but that's about it.

A "university cosmology post-grad researcher"[nb]Nice string of buzzwords. Did he say what he actually did, and where?[/nb] at a UFO talk who liked to expose "bad science" tells you "it's well known in academic circles that most space missions have been nothing more than cold war propaganda."

So why isn't he exposing that?

Very convincing, if you really want to be convinced.

He's a Research Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge. He's working on Dark Matter, amongst other stuff.