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Title: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: modestman on June 29, 2015, 05:27:50 PM
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Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: modestman on June 29, 2015, 05:31:21 PM
Disappearing ships don't mean that the here is a curvature but an optical illusion can take into account.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Googleotomy on June 29, 2015, 07:05:51 PM
This is such an elementary subject . This really belongs to be moved to the debate section since I can't mention the real reason on this section of the forum. Post this on the debate section and I will he happy to explain.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Mikey T. on June 29, 2015, 07:53:56 PM
Definately needs to be moved to debate. 
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Googleotomy on June 29, 2015, 08:42:39 PM
Definately needs to be moved to debate.
 

Moderator ?
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: BJ1234 on June 29, 2015, 09:10:01 PM
Definately needs to be moved to debate.
 

Moderator ?
You should know that the only active moderator is still recovering from the weekend.  He might see this wWednesday or Thursday.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: mikeman7918 on June 29, 2015, 09:17:12 PM
I would love to see you explain this with refraction (which makes objects appear higher up then they really are in the case of Earth) or mirages:

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e4/Aground_Tauranga_Pukehina_5_Oct_11_4.jpg)

Is that a floating city?  Nope, the Earth is just round.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on June 30, 2015, 02:26:05 AM
Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Poko on June 30, 2015, 03:06:05 AM
Disappearing ships don't mean that the here is a curvature but an optical illusion can take into account.

Well, since ships can be observed to disappear bottom-up every single time, there must be some kind of consistent phenomena that can be explained. Since you're the one that brought it up, then please, do explain this optical illusion for us all.

Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.

It is odd. It's almost like the ship isn't actually sinking and is instead going below the horizon.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Alpha2Omega on June 30, 2015, 06:23:31 AM
Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.

How do you know it doesn't? How much would you expect it to tilt, and why? What direction would you expect it to tilt, and why?
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Mikey T. on June 30, 2015, 08:05:52 AM
That video is hilariously stupid.  Lets film stuff on a road with dips throughout it, point out he dips as some backwards reasoning for there being no curvature and then try to say the road is completely flat.  Hell he even said there were some dips in the road, then said there were not.
Yep I place this at the same level, well maybe a little below, Tom's video proof.
Too funny modestman, please bring some more stupid videos, I am enjoying them.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Googleotomy on June 30, 2015, 10:35:11 AM
That video is hilariously stupid.  Lets film stuff on a road with dips throughout it, point out he dips as some backwards reasoning for there being no curvature and then try to say the road is completely flat.  Hell he even said there were some dips in the road, then said there were not.
Yep I place this at the same level, well maybe a little below, Tom's video proof.
Too funny modestman, please bring some more stupid videos, I am enjoying them.

I have to agree whole heartedly with Mikey T.  You covered it pretty well. LOL.

The video doesn't even have anything to do with the horizon. The horizon is where the earth meets the sky. One flat earth idea is that the horizon is at an  infinite distance and just fades away in a blur in the distance. Of course the horizon is always a definite line except when there is a fog or rain or on a dark night.

It might be considered that this is a little ironic, since it is easily proven on the place where the earth looks completely flat. On a calm day at sea when the sea is "like glass."

Naturally the horizon is farther away the higher the observer is located. There is a simple formula for determining the distance to the horizon depending on the height of the observer. I don't know whether the video falls into the old saying of "It's so stupid it's funny" or whether "It's so stupid it's not funny" ?

Like most things, this is one of the easiest flat earth ideas to debunk.

Questions for modestman:
1.Why would it be necessary for crow's nests and radar antennas to be mounted on the highest masts on ships if the earth was flat ?
2.How many persons have ever "recovered a ship that has gone over the horizon with a telescope" ? (Hint: Ask a few sailors.)
(Hint: Because the earth is round....You know.....Like a globe.)

As Mikey T said, modestman, supply us with some more videos. See the first line in my signature line. LOL.
From viewers like us, Thank you !
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: mikeman7918 on June 30, 2015, 12:17:19 PM
Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.

Not at all.  I have calculated many times that the ship should only tilt a negligible fraction of a degree.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: modestman on June 30, 2015, 01:01:21 PM
Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.

Not at all.  I have calculated many times that the ship should only tilt a negligible fraction of a degree.
the "curvature" and tilting should be compatible but they are not, that's proof there is no curvature just a optical illusion.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Mikey T. on June 30, 2015, 01:07:35 PM
Yes and no modestman, the tilting of any object going over the horizon will match the curvature of the Earth, yet from the frame of reference of an observer the degree of tilt is so small that it would be pretty much indiscernible to the naked eye.  Understand that once beyond the horizon they are not 90 degrees offset from us.  This is where the tilt must be bigger perception comes from. 
The size of the Earth compared to what you can see from ground level is such a difference that it throws many people off when they try to think about what the curvature should look like.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Googleotomy on June 30, 2015, 01:14:37 PM
Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.

Not at all.  I have calculated many times that the ship should only tilt a negligible fraction of a degree.
the "curvature" and tilting should be compatible but they are not, that's proof there is no curvature just a optical illusion.

I think he's just one more troll to add to the list of flat earther trolls.LOL
You can't just use the old flat earth word called "denial" . There is curvature and the earth is round. And it is a proven fact. Period.

How many times have you been at sea and observed this, modestman ?
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: modestman on June 30, 2015, 01:26:52 PM
Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.

Not at all.  I have calculated many times that the ship should only tilt a negligible fraction of a degree.
the "curvature" and tilting should be compatible but they are not, that's proof there is no curvature just a optical illusion.

I think he's just one more troll to add to the list of flat earther trolls.LOL
You can't just use the old flat earth word called "denial" . There is curvature and the earth is round. And it is a proven fact. Period.

How many times have you been at sea and observed this, modestman ?
Look at your reply am I troll ? you are troll you idiot I am flat earther in flat earth society so go away.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on June 30, 2015, 01:31:05 PM
Disappearing ships don't mean that the here is a curvature but an optical illusion can take into account.

Well, since ships can be observed to disappear bottom-up every single time, there must be some kind of consistent phenomena that can be explained. Since you're the one that brought it up, then please, do explain this optical illusion for us all.

Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.

It is odd. It's almost like the ship isn't actually sinking and is instead going below the horizon.
Your ship sinks dramatically at between 15 and 20km from shore, yet when you look at left to right curvature of 100km or more and apply a straight edge to your view there is zero curvature.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Dinosaur Neil on June 30, 2015, 01:46:31 PM

Your ship sinks dramatically at between 15 and 20km from shore, yet when you look at left to right curvature of 100km or more and apply a straight edge to your view there is zero curvature.

Yes, that's what you'd expect on a round earth.  ::)

BTW I've worked out the amount of tilt of any object. An object at 90 degrees to the observer would have to be one quarter of the way round the world, roughly 6,200 miles. This means the object would have to travel 68 miles from the observer to achieve a tilt of one degree. This is why you can't see visible tilting. Easy to work out, and ties in exactly with observation.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Googleotomy on June 30, 2015, 01:50:28 PM
Isn't it odd that sinking ship never tilts.

Not at all.  I have calculated many times that the ship should only tilt a negligible fraction of a degree.
the "curvature" and tilting should be compatible but they are not, that's proof there is no curvature just a optical illusion.

I think he's just one more troll to add to the list of flat earther trolls.LOL
You can't just use the old flat earth word called "denial" . There is curvature and the earth is round. And it is a proven fact. Period.

How many times have you been at sea and observed this, modestman ?
Look at your reply am I troll ? you are troll you idiot I am flat earther in flat earth society so go away.

Well you certainly are acting like one. You are probably fairly intelligent. I am not calling you an idiot. And I am at least somewhat above the idiot level intelligence wise.

I have no claims for being a genius and having 13 degrees like one flat  earth person.

OK. This is the Flat Earth Society and if you wish to believe the earth is flat that is your problem.

But those of us who know  the earth is a globe like to set the record straight from time to time. It's just too much of a temptation to not remain silent.

I have studied about how the distance to the horizon is calculated. Part of this was in radar theory. And I have been to sea and observed this first hand so I know the earth is round and there is a curvature, etc. And things work accordingly.

Have you ever studied the subject,  been to sea and observed this yourself ?
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Alpha2Omega on June 30, 2015, 02:13:22 PM
Your ship sinks dramatically at between 15 and 20km from shore, yet when you look at left to right curvature of 100km or more and apply a straight edge to your view there is zero curvature.

Do you actually know this? Have you checked? I'm betting the answer to both is no.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Mikey T. on June 30, 2015, 02:24:35 PM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: mikeman7918 on June 30, 2015, 03:38:27 PM
I just noticed something.

If the horizon were really always at eye level like flat earthers claim, then the only way a boat could disappear below the horizon is for that boat to actually be physically going below the horizon.  This is impossible on a flat Earth.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Dinosaur Neil on June 30, 2015, 04:05:37 PM
I just noticed something.

If the horizon were really always at eye level like flat earthers claim, then the only way a boat could disappear below the horizon is for that boat to actually be physically going below the horizon.  This is impossible on a flat Earth.

This is why they claw desperately at ideas like the comical wave swell theory, i.e. even on the flattest sea ever there are swells high enough to hide a 90 foot tall cruise ship. You have to give them credit for sheer balls.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on June 30, 2015, 11:50:57 PM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on June 30, 2015, 11:54:41 PM
Your ship sinks dramatically at between 15 and 20km from shore, yet when you look at left to right curvature of 100km or more and apply a straight edge to your view there is zero curvature.

Do you actually know this? Have you checked? I'm betting the answer to both is no.
I have posted pictures on this forum in the past of sinking ship at 20km, horizon at sea level and at height with a straight edge.
So go away little lady.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Poko on July 01, 2015, 12:11:28 AM
Your ship sinks dramatically at between 15 and 20km from shore, yet when you look at left to right curvature of 100km or more and apply a straight edge to your view there is zero curvature.

You would only expect to see the ship tilt left or right if the earth were a cylinder. As it turns out, the earth is actually a spheroid, so the surface curves downwards in all directions no matter where on the planet you are.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: JerkFace on July 01, 2015, 12:19:05 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 01, 2015, 02:33:27 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Poko on July 01, 2015, 03:04:41 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.

"Standing on the beach" isn't a height. Try again.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 01, 2015, 03:15:53 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.

"Standing on the beach" isn't a height. Try again.
178cm.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: JerkFace on July 01, 2015, 03:19:39 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.

"Standing on the beach" isn't a height. Try again.
178cm.
So explain how you could see curvature from 178cm,   my best guess is that  horizontal curvature becomes measurable with instruments from 30,000 ft  upward,  and easily visible from 100 km upward.   If you have a different view,  then prove it.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 01, 2015, 03:26:26 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.

"Standing on the beach" isn't a height. Try again.
178cm.
So explain how you could see curvature from 178cm,   my best guess is that  horizontal curvature becomes measurable with instruments from 30,000 ft  upward,  and easily visible from 100 km upward.   If you have a different view,  then prove it.
Geoff, we have been through this before but it was the other way around. You show your curved beach photo and I put up the Thule link. But hey if you want to switch that's fine.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: JerkFace on July 01, 2015, 03:39:38 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.

"Standing on the beach" isn't a height. Try again.
178cm.
So explain how you could see curvature from 178cm,   my best guess is that  horizontal curvature becomes measurable with instruments from 30,000 ft  upward,  and easily visible from 100 km upward.   If you have a different view,  then prove it.
Geoff, we have been through this before but it was the other way around. You show your curved beach photo and I put up the Thule link. But hey if you want to switch that's fine.
Ha ha,   we haven't  been through it before, because I'm not Geoff,   much as I like the sound of his ideas.

Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Mikey T. on July 01, 2015, 01:52:37 PM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.
First, I have never posted a picture from beach level saying you could see the curvature.  That is another of your blatant lies in attempts to discredit me. 
Also, no you cannot turn your head and see 100s of Km from one spot on from ground level.  At best you could see around maybe 10 to 15 km from left to right of the 180 degree FOV in front of you.  Your FOV is a 360 degree circle around you, and if you are at standing height.  The radius of that circle is around 5 to 6 km.  So the diameter is only 10 to 12 km.  Ill give you 3 more just for fun and say 15 km.  Even if you added up the circumference of that circle then you would only get to a little less than 32 km for the entire 360 degree FOV.
So I asked at what height you could see this so called 100km horizon.  You said roughly head height with your 178cm number.  So you are incorrect, yet again.  Or you are just lying again.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Pongo on July 01, 2015, 06:58:57 PM
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It's considered low content to post nothing but a link.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 02, 2015, 12:57:07 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.
First, I have never posted a picture from beach level saying you could see the curvature.  That is another of your blatant lies in attempts to discredit me. 
Also, no you cannot turn your head and see 100s of Km from one spot on from ground level.  At best you could see around maybe 10 to 15 km from left to right of the 180 degree FOV in front of you.  Your FOV is a 360 degree circle around you, and if you are at standing height.  The radius of that circle is around 5 to 6 km.  So the diameter is only 10 to 12 km.  Ill give you 3 more just for fun and say 15 km.  Even if you added up the circumference of that circle then you would only get to a little less than 32 km for the entire 360 degree FOV.
So I asked at what height you could see this so called 100km horizon.  You said roughly head height with your 178cm number.  So you are incorrect, yet again.  Or you are just lying again.
After I read your first couple of lines I realised you are a stubby short of a six pack, so I knew there was no need to read the rest of your drivel, good luck.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Poko on July 02, 2015, 01:00:49 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.
First, I have never posted a picture from beach level saying you could see the curvature.  That is another of your blatant lies in attempts to discredit me. 
Also, no you cannot turn your head and see 100s of Km from one spot on from ground level.  At best you could see around maybe 10 to 15 km from left to right of the 180 degree FOV in front of you.  Your FOV is a 360 degree circle around you, and if you are at standing height.  The radius of that circle is around 5 to 6 km.  So the diameter is only 10 to 12 km.  Ill give you 3 more just for fun and say 15 km.  Even if you added up the circumference of that circle then you would only get to a little less than 32 km for the entire 360 degree FOV.
So I asked at what height you could see this so called 100km horizon.  You said roughly head height with your 178cm number.  So you are incorrect, yet again.  Or you are just lying again.
After I read your first couple of lines I realised you are a stubby short of a six pack, so I knew there was no need to read the rest of your drivel, good luck.

Ahh, the standard flat earther debate tactic of not reading their opponent's argument and then claiming victory.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 02, 2015, 02:33:22 AM
So tappet, at what height are you claiming you can see 100km of horizon to put said straightedge on?
Do you think you cannot look left to right and not see 100km. Standing on a beach.

What height do you think you would need to be to clearly see horizon  curvature?    Since I know you aren't a flat earther,  you are allowed to answer.
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.
First, I have never posted a picture from beach level saying you could see the curvature.  That is another of your blatant lies in attempts to discredit me. 
Also, no you cannot turn your head and see 100s of Km from one spot on from ground level.  At best you could see around maybe 10 to 15 km from left to right of the 180 degree FOV in front of you.  Your FOV is a 360 degree circle around you, and if you are at standing height.  The radius of that circle is around 5 to 6 km.  So the diameter is only 10 to 12 km.  Ill give you 3 more just for fun and say 15 km.  Even if you added up the circumference of that circle then you would only get to a little less than 32 km for the entire 360 degree FOV.
So I asked at what height you could see this so called 100km horizon.  You said roughly head height with your 178cm number.  So you are incorrect, yet again.  Or you are just lying again.
After I read your first couple of lines I realised you are a stubby short of a six pack, so I knew there was no need to read the rest of your drivel, good luck.

Ahh, the standard flat earther debate tactic of not reading their opponent's argument and then claiming victory.
Are you guys ok? I have never accused him of beach curvature photos.
I never thought it would come to this but, Geoff/Rayzor/Zennor you gotta help me here!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Poko on July 02, 2015, 02:49:38 AM
Are you guys ok? I have never accused him of beach curvature photos.
I never thought it would come to this but, Geoff/Rayzor/Zennor you gotta help me here!!!!!!!!!!!

Geoff, we have been through this before but it was the other way around. You show your curved beach photo and I put up the Thule link. But hey if you want to switch that's fine.

It's nice to see that you aren't above blatantly lying.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 02, 2015, 02:57:43 AM
Are you guys ok? I have never accused him of beach curvature photos.
I never thought it would come to this but, Geoff/Rayzor/Zennor you gotta help me here!!!!!!!!!!!

Geoff, we have been through this before but it was the other way around. You show your curved beach photo and I put up the Thule link. But hey if you want to switch that's fine.

It's nice to see that you aren't above blatantly lying.
Nah, you guys are not ok.
Every body is calling me a liar, problem is you are all wacko.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Mikey T. on July 02, 2015, 10:12:04 AM
According to a photo you produced once claiming it showed curvature I would say standing on the beach.
Are you guys ok? I have never accused him of beach curvature photos.
I never thought it would come to this but, Geoff/Rayzor/Zennor you gotta help me here!!!!!!!!!!!
Sure you didn't
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Mikey T. on July 02, 2015, 12:49:24 PM
Tappet, are you ok?  You seem to be showing signs of schizophrenia.  Maybe you should seek help.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 02, 2015, 01:29:16 PM
Tappet, are you ok?  You seem to be showing signs of schizophrenia.  Maybe you should seek help.
Maybe you and Poko could do some math and find where you went wrong.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Mikey T. on July 02, 2015, 01:40:05 PM
So why the math comment there tappet?  Which personality are we talking to today?  I seriously think you need to professional help.  Do you have a loved one who can call a doctor for you?
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 02, 2015, 11:10:18 PM
So why the math comment there tappet?  Which personality are we talking to today?  I seriously think you need to professional help.  Do you have a loved one who can call a doctor for you?
Did you notice Poko stopped responding, no?
I think maybe she realised you are a little slow.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: Poko on July 04, 2015, 11:30:57 PM
So why the math comment there tappet?  Which personality are we talking to today?  I seriously think you need to professional help.  Do you have a loved one who can call a doctor for you?
Did you notice Poko stopped responding, no?
I think maybe she realised you are a little slow.

I was flying. My sister got a pretty good photo of the sunset from the airplane at 11:30, when the sun is completely set on the ground.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 05, 2015, 02:12:03 PM
So why the math comment there tappet?  Which personality are we talking to today?  I seriously think you need to professional help.  Do you have a loved one who can call a doctor for you?
Did you notice Poko stopped responding, no?
I think maybe she realised you are a little slow.

I was flying. My sister got a pretty good photo of the sunset from the airplane at 11:30, when the sun is completely set on the ground.
You just don't get it.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on July 05, 2015, 03:01:26 PM
So why the math comment there tappet?  Which personality are we talking to today?  I seriously think you need to professional help.  Do you have a loved one who can call a doctor for you?
Did you notice Poko stopped responding, no?
I think maybe she realised you are a little slow.

I was flying. My sister got a pretty good photo of the sunset from the airplane at 11:30, when the sun is completely set on the ground.
You just don't get it.
I don't think anyone knows what you're on about.
Title: Re: One more round earth evidence nailed.
Post by: tappet on July 05, 2015, 04:03:57 PM
So why the math comment there tappet?  Which personality are we talking to today?  I seriously think you need to professional help.  Do you have a loved one who can call a doctor for you?
Did you notice Poko stopped responding, no?
I think maybe she realised you are a little slow.

I was flying. My sister got a pretty good photo of the sunset from the airplane at 11:30, when the sun is completely set on the ground.
You just don't get it.
I don't think anyone knows what you're on about.
And that is the problem.
you lot except for Rayzor are to dumb to figure it out.
Hey, but we can do some maths.