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Title: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 10, 2016, 07:32:58 PM
Staring at the sun, just at sunrise and sunset, before it rises to high above the horizon is healthy for every part of your body.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on December 10, 2016, 07:42:40 PM
No supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Deep breathing heavy concentrations of carbon monoxide is rejuvenating and refreshing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on December 10, 2016, 07:49:04 PM
I'm surprised you don't support sun gazing.


Sun gazing is pointless, just like all the YouTube videos about it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 10, 2016, 07:57:05 PM
It is not a quick process. It is not instantly refreshing nor rejuvenating. It is healing and nourishing, and it takes time and adherence. That's why it is so easily dismissed. Sure I could post some phony balogna site about how it does this or that, maybe its not balogna, but you wouldnt believe it anyway. Sometimes someones word is more convincing than evidence from the most reputable source.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on December 10, 2016, 09:23:55 PM
No supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Deep breathing heavy concentrations of carbon monoxide is rejuvenating and refreshing.

To be fair that explains a lot about the OP.

Vitamin D is good for you, plus you start looking sickly without enough sun, and S.A.D effects a lot of people especially in colder climates.





OP if you want to discuss spiritual and magickal effects of watching sun rises and sunsets there is a lot to talk about but you should have started a thread in philosophy and religion.

Hail unto thee who art Ra in Thy rising, even unto Thee who art Ra in Thy strength. Who travelest over the heavens in Thy bark at the uprising of the sun. Tahuti standeth in his splendor at the prow, and Ra-Hoor abideth at the helm. Hail unto thee from the abodes of the night.

Hail unto thee who art Tum in Thy setting, even unto thee who art Tum in Thy joy. Who travelest over the heavens in Thy bark at the downgoing of the sun Tahuti standeth in his splendor at the prow, and Ra-Hoor abideth at the helm. Hail unto thee from the abodes of the day.

Hi Papa  :-*  :-*
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 10, 2016, 10:21:01 PM
It has everything to do with flat earth, therefore it belongs in flat earth general. I am not discussing the magical effects. Vitamin K is also a necessary vitamin that is often overlooked. The sun is the source of all of the human bodies energy. Without the sun we would all die, and yet what do we know about it? Its a giant hot thing really far away and don't look at it. The other most visible celestial presence, the moon, is a hotbed for discussion and speculation. Why not our life source?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Kami on December 11, 2016, 12:20:38 AM
Sometimes someones word is more convincing than evidence from the most reputable source.
That is not how this works...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sandokhan on December 11, 2016, 01:07:28 AM
(http://35yph93vusan45923s28nc1c.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/sunrise-Jwo4.jpg)

http://with-omraam.com/blog/surya-yoga-yoga-sun2/

http://sunlightenment.com/meditation-at-sunrise-omraam-mikhael-aivanhov/

Let us not forget, though, that the real power behind the visible Sun is the Black Sun which emits the laevorotatory subquarks.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: onebigmonkey on December 11, 2016, 02:58:23 AM
In other news, cigarettes are a healthy way to lose weight and alcohol does wonders for the liver.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 11, 2016, 07:26:09 AM
Actually tobacco is a wonderful solution to overeating issues but almost all cigarettes and cigars now are not tobacco, they are chemical laden poison sticks with some plant leaves in it. Same for alcohol. It cleanses the body, but most alcohol now a days is fluoride filled rubbing alcohol making it unsafe for anything. Make your own booze, grow your own tobacco. But both of those activities take time and adhereance, just like sungazing, so the majority of the population lifts their nose to the idea.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 11, 2016, 07:41:12 AM
Everything about this thread... Just wow. Stare at the sun, smoke cigarettes for weight control, real tobacco isn't bad for you, people are all drinking propanol because they don't manufacture their own booze.

Carry on  ::)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Son of Orospu on December 11, 2016, 07:42:11 AM
Tobacco may take a while, but alcohol only takes a couple of weeks. 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 11, 2016, 08:10:09 AM
Actually one of the most healthy achoholic beverages (Mead) made out of honey, can take years to create. Boydster what was the point of your post...? I cant tell...You just restated what ive said and added sarcastic remarks that mean nothing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on December 11, 2016, 08:19:19 AM
Same for alcohol. It cleanses the body, but most alcohol now a days is fluoride filled rubbing alcohol making it unsafe for anything.
Err, what?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 11, 2016, 08:23:08 AM
Actually one of the most healthy achoholic beverages (Mead) made out of honey, can take years to create. Boydster what was the point of your post...? I cant tell...You just restated what ive said and added sarcastic remarks that mean nothing.

They mean your words are empty lies, not based in reality. And if your mead takes years to make, you're doing it wrong.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 11, 2016, 08:39:39 AM
Wow, so you basically posted low content hate speech just calling me a liar. If you have anything real to contribute to the discussion, now would be the time to post it, otherwise you look like a big fat dummy. If you are trying to warn people away from my false truths, you're doing it wrong, just like you are drinking your mead prematurely and probably doing other things prematurely based on the way you conduct yourself on this site.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on December 11, 2016, 08:43:36 AM
Wow, so you basically posted low content hate speech just calling me a liar.
Well, if you go around telling people their beer contains fluoride filled rubbing alcohol, then you are going to get called a liar.  As it's a lie.

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drinking your mead prematurely
Premature mead drinking is a very serious issue.  Lots of men don't like to talk about it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 11, 2016, 08:53:34 AM
Hate speech? Please. You're being a little alarmist for someone who spouted off a bunch of nonsense with nothing to back it up.

Staring at the sun IS bad for you. Looking at the sun with your eyes has nothing to do with your body producing certain vitamins.

Smoking tobacco IS bad for you, whether you grew it or not. Inhaling the smoke from plants that are on fire is not, in fact, healthy. If there are chemicals in that plant that are useful and not toxic, there are better ways to get at those chemicals than lighting the plant on fire and huffing the smoke.

The main alcohol in every alcoholic beverage on the market is ETHANOL, not propanol (rubbing alcohol) and if everyone were to start making their own booze, a lot of idiots would probably end up drinking more methanol than they do presently from poor distillation practice. Also, they would probably be drinking shitter beer.

And the reason mead takes so long is because honey has NO FRIGGIN NUTRIENTS in it to start. Add some effing yeast nutrient and watch how much faster it ferments, cleans up, and becomes delicious.

Yeah. I know nothing about it. At all.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 11, 2016, 09:09:10 AM
To the sane people reading this, notice how I am repeatedly accused of being a liar and that I have no evidence, when those accusing don't have any evidence to the contrary either. The only difference is I am trying to help, and they are not. Nor do they have any faith in humanity, note how boydster thinks all home distillers are incompetent.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on December 11, 2016, 09:15:37 AM
Please do not stare at the sun.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 11, 2016, 09:20:47 AM
I said nothing about "all home distillers." If you think a world full of home distillers would produce liquor with less methanol and, for that matter less concentration of higher alcohols like the fiendish propanol, than the very well regulated and monitored alcohol industry, that's your opinion, but you'd have a hard time convincing me.

And guess what? Drinking too much would STILL not be healthy for you, regardless. Even if it's purely ethanol, with no propanol (lol) as you suggested to spoil the batch.

Good luck staring at the sun with your homegrown hand-rolled tobacky and bottle of moonshine. Maybe learn braille first tho. ;)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 11, 2016, 06:50:24 PM
I never said drinking in excess is good, just as I never said staring at the sun all day long is healthy either. Pay attention, I only stated it should be looked at during rise and set and not after it rises too far above the horizon.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 11, 2016, 07:15:46 PM
And I didn't say"staring at the sun all day long." Looking at the sun is bad. Do not look directly at the sun. Please.

The physical act of looking at the sun, at any time of day, has nothing to do with your body's ability to produce vitamins of any kind, and it is harmful to your eyes. Neither beer not vodka are full of propanol. And smoking tobacco, in any amount, is not healthier than NOT smoking tobacco. You telling people that you have some sort of knowledge otherwise, with nothing to back up your assertions, is closer to "hate speech" than anything I stated. Someone taking your words seriously could actually be hurt.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: PsychedelicPill on December 11, 2016, 10:21:03 PM
Staring at the sun, just at sunrise and sunset, before it rises to high above the horizon is healthy for every part of your body.

Staring at the Sun can never be good for you.

Getting sufficient sunshine to produce vitamin D is good for you.

Getting enough daylight in the winter months is also important.

Watching a sunrise or a sunset can be good for you in terms of creating an emotional high, in the same way that climbing a hill and enjoying the view can. (Please note: it is possible to experience sunrise/sunset without "staring at the Sun"). Is this what the OP meant? If so, I concur.

If, however, the OP really did mean "Staring at the Sun is good for every part of your body" quite literally, that is wrong and potentially harmful.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 12, 2016, 05:50:25 PM
You know... Maybe youre right. I should have added that watching the sun rise and set is not really healthy unless you do it every day, or at least as often as possible. Its like excersise. To go for a short jog, once, and expect to get in shape, is like giving a quick glance to a sunrise and expecting to feel something.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 12, 2016, 06:07:31 PM
Please do not stare at the sun.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on December 12, 2016, 06:12:57 PM
What if we put alcohol in our eyes?

Seriously tho, do you have any studies to back your OP up? If not can you share your personal experience with the ritual?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 12, 2016, 07:34:32 PM

What if we put alcohol in our eyes?



OK everyone, sit up straight, get out a #2 pencil and take notes.

From personal experience . . . Keep these things out of your eyes:

Sand
Denatured Alcohol (CDA19)
Methylene Chloride (Dichloromethane)
Aluminum Chips
Habanero Pepper
Kid's fingernails

Everything else



Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 12, 2016, 10:56:09 PM

What if we put alcohol in our eyes?



OK everyone, sit up straight, get out a #2 pencil and take notes.

From personal experience . . . Keep these things out of your eyes:

Sand
Denatured Alcohol (CDA19)
Methylene Chloride (Dichloromethane)
Aluminum Chips
Habanero Pepper
Kid's fingernails

Everything else

Including the #2 pencil you are using at the moment.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 13, 2016, 05:45:59 AM
Also, don't break open a cyalume glow stick and get its contents in your eyes. Just don't.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on December 13, 2016, 05:49:14 AM
What if we put alcohol in our eyes?
Whilst you smoke mad.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 14, 2016, 07:18:48 AM
I think this thread makes excellent model displaying the nature of this site. True, honest people pose a question or claim and are met with an army of mad mocking mayhem monkeys until they do not know how to respond, effectively ending the thread and burying it under shit posts.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Lonegranger on December 14, 2016, 09:22:14 AM
I think this thread makes excellent model displaying the nature of this site. True, honest people pose a question or claim and are met with an army of mad mocking mayhem monkeys until they do not know how to respond, effectively ending the thread and burying it under shit posts.

Being in the sun does have benifits, those who spend little time outside can suffer from Vitamin D deficancy which is linked to MS. Spending too much time in the sun can lead to skin cancer or skin that ages prematurely. Looking into the sun is not a good idea, and any competent optician will tell you that.
Looking into the Sun Is nothing new and has been practiced down through the ages by religious groups and various quacks.....but it all leads to the same outcome.....solar retinopathy, basically sunburn on the eye.....cataracts and possible blindness.

Any bright light will damage your eyes, go ask any welders you know if they have ever had arc eye......and they will tell you how unpleasant it was.

Why don't you go and try it and tell us how you got on?....it's really not to be reccomended but if you think your eyeballs can somehow escape what could be irreparable damage give it a go.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Lonegranger on December 14, 2016, 09:24:56 AM
It is not a quick process. It is not instantly refreshing nor rejuvenating. It is healing and nourishing, and it takes time and adherence. That's why it is so easily dismissed.Sometimes someones word is more convincing than evidence from the most reputable source.

We really have reached the age of beyond truth. Truth now is irrelevant....it's opinion and 'blind' belief than now holds sway.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 14, 2016, 11:19:16 AM
Prove me wrong fool. Go watch the sun set and rise every day for a while and tell me you feel no difference. Show me study saying doing so will cause blindness. You cant because it won't. As long as the sun is not too far above the horizon it is healthy. Your argument with any bright light being damaging does not work! The sun is not just a bright light! Does an arc welders light grow plants? Blind belief... Beyond truth...? Sounds like you're just desparate to sway a readers opinion.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 14, 2016, 12:05:00 PM
Staring at the sun, just at sunrise and sunset, before it rises to high above the horizon is healthy for every part of your body.

Prove me wrong fool.


I don't think your new cult is going to flourish.






Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 14, 2016, 12:09:45 PM
Jokes on you! ;) The Freemasons are quite sizable.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Lonegranger on December 14, 2016, 12:23:15 PM
Prove me wrong fool. Go watch the sun set and rise every day for a while and tell me you feel no difference. Show me study saying doing so will cause blindness. You cant because it won't. As long as the sun is not too far above the horizon it is healthy. Your argument with any bright light being damaging does not work! The sun is not just a bright light! Does an arc welders light grow plants? Blind belief... Beyond truth...? Sounds like you're just desparate to sway a readers opinion.

You call me a fool. Bad mistake you twisted little fuck.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 14, 2016, 12:50:46 PM
For all I know, you are a grandmaster freemason, so I can understand that you don't like your precious secrets posted online for all to see, but hey, watch your language, kids are on here dummy!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 14, 2016, 12:56:34 PM
Jokes on you! ;) The Freemasons are quite sizable.

Are you calling them fat?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 14, 2016, 01:07:50 PM
No I am calling them a large group with many members. Thats why the joke is on you Bullwinkle, because you said "my cult" would not flourish. Granted the majority of freemasons are a "low rank" so they are not privy to most of their most mind boggling closely guarded secrets. One such being that sun gazing is immensely healthy and the other is that earth is flat. Y'know, maybe thats why there are so many seemingly soulless users on here with no regard for gaining new info or even leaving these silly flat earthers to their own devices. They may very well be freemasons following orders who still genuinely believe that earth is a ball and their grandmasters pay them to thwart this website with nonsense.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: onebigmonkey on December 14, 2016, 01:08:28 PM
Prove me wrong fool. Go watch the sun set and rise every day for a while and tell me you feel no difference. Show me study saying doing so will cause blindness. You cant because it won't. As long as the sun is not too far above the horizon it is healthy. Your argument with any bright light being damaging does not work! The sun is not just a bright light! Does an arc welders light grow plants? Blind belief... Beyond truth...? Sounds like you're just desparate to sway a readers opinion.

Solar retinopathy.

(http://www.retinalphysician.com/archive/2013/October/images/OMD_Oct_A10_Fig01.jpg)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on December 14, 2016, 06:26:46 PM
No I am calling them a large group with many members. Thats why the joke is on you Bullwinkle, because you said "my cult" would not flourish. Granted the majority of freemasons are a "low rank" so they are not privy to most of their most mind boggling closely guarded secrets. One such being that sun gazing is immensely healthy.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermetic_Order_of_the_Golden_Dawn

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ra

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_deity

n00b.

Also this,

Seriously tho, do you have any studies to back your OP up? If not can you share your personal experience with the ritual?

Whenever I wake up early enough I watch the sun rise before I start my day, I also try to watch the sun set when I have time, agreed it is spiritual, I am happy to share my personal experience with it if you can prove you aren't a cheap troll.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 14, 2016, 06:42:39 PM
No I am calling them a large group with many members. Thats why the joke is on you Bullwinkle, because you said "my cult" would not flourish. Granted the majority of freemasons are a "low rank" so they are not privy to most of their most mind boggling closely guarded secrets. One such being that sun gazing is immensely healthy.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermetic_Order_of_the_Golden_Dawn

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ra

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_deity

n00b.

Also this,

Seriously tho, do you have any studies to back your OP up? If not can you share your personal experience with the ritual?

Whenever I wake up early enough I watch the sun rise before I start my day, I also try to watch the sun set when I have time, agreed it is spiritual, I am happy to share my personal experience with it if you can prove you aren't a cheap troll.
If you didn't know, Mercury is visible for the next week or so. Look about 30~45 after sundown and you'll spot it between Venus and the horizon. Venus is quite  obvious after sundown, and Mars above it. You can see all 3 planets all in line.
Have you gotten much use out of that scope yet?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 14, 2016, 07:01:27 PM
Ionspen why are you casually asking a question about usage of a telescope and planetary alignments in a thread about sun watching. Disputeone why did you post two links to about sun gods? Is that really relevant... Nub?
http://www.naturalnews.com/049805_sun_gazing_pineal_gland_endocrine_health.html
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 14, 2016, 07:19:50 PM
Because I can? I don't know? It's the only thing in this thread that is real, and something you can do without putting yourself at risk. After you watch the sun go down, you can see the 3 planets lined up. Seems on topic to me.
Also, Mercury is very elusive. It's fairly rare to get to view it so well. And, looking at Venus, Mars, and Mercury is basically looking at the sunlight reflected off of them, so technically still on topic.
How's that?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 14, 2016, 07:20:07 PM
http://www.naturalnews.com/049805_sun_gazing_pineal_gland_endocrine_health.html (http://www.naturalnews.com/049805_sun_gazing_pineal_gland_endocrine_health.html)

From his link . . .

Quote
Another powerful pineal gland decalcification remedy is sun gazing, the nine-month protocol for which is as follows:

1) Select a safe period of the day, either sunrise or sunset, and gaze at the sun for 5-10 seconds. Do this every day for nine months, adding 5-10 seconds to your daily gazing session until you eventually reach a 44-minute maximum gaze session.

2) After reaching the 44-minute maximum gaze session, start to walk barefoot for 45 minutes daily for a full six days, along with your 44-minute sun gazing sessions.

3) After six days, continue to walk barefoot for 45 minutes daily to maintain what you've achieved.


Pro tip:  Purchase a white cane with a red tip before starting.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 14, 2016, 08:23:00 PM
http://www.naturalnews.com/049805_sun_gazing_pineal_gland_endocrine_health.html (http://www.naturalnews.com/049805_sun_gazing_pineal_gland_endocrine_health.html)

From his link . . .

Quote
Another powerful pineal gland decalcification remedy is sun gazing, the nine-month protocol for which is as follows:

1) Select a safe period of the day, either sunrise or sunset, and gaze at the sun for 5-10 seconds. Do this every day for nine months, adding 5-10 seconds to your daily gazing session until you eventually reach a 44-minute maximum gaze session.

2) After reaching the 44-minute maximum gaze session, start to walk barefoot for 45 minutes daily for a full six days, along with your 44-minute sun gazing sessions.

3) After six days, continue to walk barefoot for 45 minutes daily to maintain what you've achieved.


Pro tip:  Purchase a white cane with a red tip before starting.

Funny how you mention money. Thats another reason why this knowledge is shunned and  withheld from the masses. Doing this cures many common ailments and is completely free. Although I cannot vouch for the time limits this link addresses, nor the necessity for bare feet; Those I cannot endorse, but the basic premise is spot on.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 14, 2016, 08:41:12 PM

Funny how you mention money. Thats another reason why this knowledge is shunned and  withheld from the masses.




It's on the INTERNET.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 14, 2016, 08:54:38 PM
No I am calling them a large group with many members. Thats why the joke is on you Bullwinkle, because you said "my cult" would not flourish. Granted the majority of freemasons are a "low rank" so they are not privy to most of their most mind boggling closely guarded secrets. One such being that sun gazing is immensely healthy and the other is that earth is flat. Y'know, maybe thats why there are so many seemingly soulless users on here with no regard for gaining new info or even leaving these silly flat earthers to their own devices. They may very well be freemasons following orders who still genuinely believe that earth is a ball and their grandmasters pay them to thwart this website with nonsense.

I am a high ranking freemason/illuminati. Stop posting our secrets at once. We will find you and we will stop you. We will use any of the considerable means we have at our disposal we deem necessary. Cease and desist at once!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on December 14, 2016, 09:06:03 PM
No I am calling them a large group with many members. Thats why the joke is on you Bullwinkle, because you said "my cult" would not flourish. Granted the majority of freemasons are a "low rank" so they are not privy to most of their most mind boggling closely guarded secrets. One such being that sun gazing is immensely healthy and the other is that earth is flat. Y'know, maybe thats why there are so many seemingly soulless users on here with no regard for gaining new info or even leaving these silly flat earthers to their own devices. They may very well be freemasons following orders who still genuinely believe that earth is a ball and their grandmasters pay them to thwart this website with nonsense.

I am a high ranking freemason/illuminati. Stop posting our secrets at once. We will find you and we will stop you. We will use any of the considerable means we have at our disposal we deem necessary. Cease and desist at once!

He probably thinks this is real, brother.



I mean why did we leak that video ruining all our plans, seriously /pol/ could have it wiped off the internets if they wanted to, considering we control the world I don't know why it is still there. Maybe a tech issue.

To be fair there is something in one family owning nearly all of the world banks, I just wouldn't believe every bit of clickbait on yt.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: onebigmonkey on December 14, 2016, 09:24:37 PM
Ionspen why are you casually asking a question about usage of a telescope and planetary alignments in a thread about sun watching. Disputeone why did you post two links to about sun gods? Is that really relevant... Nub?
http://www.naturalnews.com/049805_sun_gazing_pineal_gland_endocrine_health.html

Why not try looking at the sun through a telescope - all that concentrated goodness at once has got to be like a super vitamin pill.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 14, 2016, 10:06:48 PM
No I am calling them a large group with many members. Thats why the joke is on you Bullwinkle, because you said "my cult" would not flourish. Granted the majority of freemasons are a "low rank" so they are not privy to most of their most mind boggling closely guarded secrets. One such being that sun gazing is immensely healthy and the other is that earth is flat. Y'know, maybe thats why there are so many seemingly soulless users on here with no regard for gaining new info or even leaving these silly flat earthers to their own devices. They may very well be freemasons following orders who still genuinely believe that earth is a ball and their grandmasters pay them to thwart this website with nonsense.

I am a high ranking freemason/illuminati. Stop posting our secrets at once. We will find you and we will stop you. We will use any of the considerable means we have at our disposal we deem necessary. Cease and desist at once!

He probably thinks this is real, brother.


I mean why did we leak that video ruining all our plans, seriously /pol/ could have it wiped off the internets if they wanted to, considering we control the world I don't know why it is still there. Maybe a tech issue.

To be fair there is something in one family owning nearly all of the world banks, I just wouldn't believe every bit of clickbait on yt.

This video was a deliberate leak. Its release is one of the first steps in establishing the new world order.

Recommending caution here. You don't want to end up like this guy:


Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 15, 2016, 06:44:40 AM
Ionspen why are you casually asking a question about usage of a telescope and planetary alignments in a thread about sun watching. Disputeone why did you post two links to about sun gods? Is that really relevant... Nub?
http://www.naturalnews.com/049805_sun_gazing_pineal_gland_endocrine_health.html

Why not try looking at the sun through a telescope - all that concentrated goodness at once has got to be like a super vitamin pill.

Why not drink 10 liters of water too... I mean we need water to live... why not just fill up for days to be prepared! Also please keep you irrelevant videos out if my thread.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: onebigmonkey on December 15, 2016, 01:48:15 PM
Ionspen why are you casually asking a question about usage of a telescope and planetary alignments in a thread about sun watching. Disputeone why did you post two links to about sun gods? Is that really relevant... Nub?
http://www.naturalnews.com/049805_sun_gazing_pineal_gland_endocrine_health.html

Why not try looking at the sun through a telescope - all that concentrated goodness at once has got to be like a super vitamin pill.

Why not drink 10 liters of water too... I mean we need water to live... why not just fill up for days to be prepared! Also please keep you irrelevant videos out if my thread.

Oh, OK cool, so sunlight is actually bad for you. I am happy for you to blind yourself, your call. I reckon you are probably single-handedly most of the way there as it is. Meanwhile normal people will continue to regard naturalnews as a bullshit site full of crap and not one that can be trusted to provide any kind of sensible advice - even they don't believe themselves:

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The information on this site is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for professional advice of any kind.

Also, it isn't up to you to decide what other people think is relevant to your thread, which isn't actually yours in that you don't have any proprietorial rights over it. Also, I didn't post any fucking videos.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 15, 2016, 03:16:16 PM
You really didnt get my analogy? Seriously? Cmon Onebigmonkey you're better than that! Just like drinking too much water can kill you, looking at the sun at the wrong times can cause you to go blind! But both are essential to truly live. I find it hilarious that you think OP's have no say to what's relevant to their own thread. Ill remember that, and keep your quote in mind my big hairy friend.


Also, it isn't up to you to decide what other people think is relevant to your thread, which isn't actually yours in that you don't have any proprietorial rights over it. Also, I didn't post any fucking videos.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 15, 2016, 03:17:22 PM
You really didnt get my analogy? Seriously? Cmon Onebigmonkey you're better than that! Just like drinking too much water can kill you, looking at the sun at the wrong times can cause you to go blind! But both are essential to truly live. I find it hilarious that you think OP's have no say to what's relevant to their own thread. Ill keep your quote in mind my big hairy friend.


Also, it isn't up to you to decide what other people think is relevant to your thread, which isn't actually yours in that you don't have any proprietorial rights over it. Also, I didn't post any fucking videos.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 15, 2016, 04:10:24 PM
There is a fringe website full of nonsense that agrees with you. And even the website has a disclaimer saying not to place much weight on their advice. Is that really where you set the bar for examining whether something is true or not? There's a lot of stupid stuff on the internet, FYI.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: onebigmonkey on December 15, 2016, 09:50:29 PM
You really didnt get my analogy? Seriously? Cmon Onebigmonkey you're better than that! Just like drinking too much water can kill you, looking at the sun at the wrong times can cause you to go blind! But both are essential to truly live. I find it hilarious that you think OP's have no say to what's relevant to their own thread. Ill remember that, and keep your quote in mind my big hairy friend.


Also, it isn't up to you to decide what other people think is relevant to your thread, which isn't actually yours in that you don't have any proprietorial rights over it. Also, I didn't post any fucking videos.

Of course I got it, but that doesn't mean that staring at the sun at any time of day is good for you. Being in the sun? Yes. Staring at it? No. Arguing that "plants grow in sunlight therefore staring at the sun is good for you' is a complete non sequitur.

And no, you don't get to control the content of this thread, it ain't yours. You opened up something for discussion, how it is discussed is up to the other participants and all that is required is that it abides to the rules of the forum. You do not have ownership or editorial control.

Carry on staring at the sun. Enjoy your retinopathy.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 16, 2016, 07:48:46 AM
I will continue to watch the sun!!! Seeing as how without it we would all cease to exist, I like to keep an....eye....on it lol Funny how I have not gone blind, in fact just the opposite.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 16, 2016, 10:32:29 AM
Well good, maybe you'll enjoy the solar eclipse that will occur August 21, 2017. You'll get a good look at the diamond ring both coming and going, and the coronal ring. I myself will have to drive about 8 hours to the north, but I'm thinking it'll be worth it. I've never seen a total solar eclipse.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 16, 2016, 02:23:28 PM
What would the world be like if people did not consume Mcdonalds, or Hershey bars, and Cocainecola...? What would it be like if people could overcome the addictive substances and poisonous chemicals injected into products like these? They put these poisons in our food and water to keep us docile, dependent, and drugged... They make us more compliant, less creative and cradles an environment shapable to their every need. Think I am crazy? Thats ok, I would have thought the same thing not so long ago. Ever wonder why Mcdonalds used a clown as their mascot? They're laughing at you! Its a joke! Their food is not real! But you'll eat it anyway, because you saw a funny commercial and its cheap. Are you tired everyday? Working too much? Headaches all the time? Always worried about the future? Want to end all the exhaustion? Get up early and watch the sun rise! Sunset too if you have the time. Your head will clear, you'll feel energetic, you'll worry no more! Things you wanted to do tomorrow, next week, next month... they get done today! Watch the sun, and you'll watch your life blossom into what you've always dreamed!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 16, 2016, 02:36:47 PM
What would the world be like if people did not consume Mcdonalds, or Hershey bars, and Cocainecola...? What would it be like if people could overcome the addictive substances and poisonous chemicals injected into products like these? They put these poisons in our food and water to keep us docile, dependent, and drugged... They make us more compliant, less creative and cradles an environment shapable to their every need. Think I am crazy? Thats ok, I would have thought the same thing not so long ago. Ever wonder why Mcdonalds used a clown as their mascot? They're laughing at you! Its a joke! Their food is not real! But you'll eat it anyway, because you saw a funny commercial and its cheap. Are you tired everyday? Working too much? Headaches all the time? Always worried about the future? Want to end all the exhaustion? Get up early and watch the sun rise! Sunset too if you have the time. Your head will clear, you'll feel energetic, you'll worry no more! Things you wanted to do tomorrow, next week, next month... they get done today! Watch the sun, and you'll watch your life blossom into what you've always dreamed!

I certainly agree with much of this post though I'm not going to wade in and try to analyze which parts I do or don't agree with.

But you still shouldn't look at the sun unless using the appropriate filters.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 16, 2016, 02:48:32 PM
I have not gone blind, in fact just the opposite.

The opposite of going blind would be gaining vision.

"I once was blind
but now I see"
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on December 16, 2016, 11:36:22 PM
What would the world be like if people did not consume Mcdonalds, or Hershey bars, and Cocainecola...? What would it be like if people could overcome the addictive substances and poisonous chemicals injected into products like these? They put these poisons in our food and water to keep us docile, dependent, and drugged... They make us more compliant, less creative and cradles an environment shapable to their every need. Think I am crazy? Thats ok, I would have thought the same thing not so long ago. Ever wonder why Mcdonalds used a clown as their mascot? They're laughing at you! Its a joke! Their food is not real! But you'll eat it anyway, because you saw a funny commercial and its cheap. Are you tired everyday? Working too much? Headaches all the time? Always worried about the future? Want to end all the exhaustion? Get up early and watch the sun rise! Sunset too if you have the time. Your head will clear, you'll feel energetic, you'll worry no more! Things you wanted to do tomorrow, next week, next month... they get done today! Watch the sun, and you'll watch your life blossom into what you've always dreamed!
How long have you been sungazing? How long do you look at it. How has it helped you?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 18, 2016, 11:04:45 AM
Only look at the sun in the hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset. Start with short intermittent glances, and take deep breathes. Increase exposure as you feel comfortable doing so. At no time should should you experience pain in your eyes, if you do stop! The sun may be too far above the horizon.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 18, 2016, 12:42:03 PM
Pro Tip:  Squirt some SPF50 sunscreen in your eyes first.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on December 18, 2016, 02:57:43 PM
Only look at the sun in the hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset. Start with short intermittent glances, and take deep breathes. Increase exposure as you feel comfortable doing so. At no time should should you experience pain in your eyes, if you do stop! The sun may be too far above the horizon.
But the Flat Earth sun can never be lower than about 15° above the horizon - bit of simple maths, but of course maths is apparently verboten for "real human beings".

And if you start repeating words :'( too too :'( often you definitely have had :'( too too :'( much sun on your head and you really ";) should should  ;)" cover up up!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on December 18, 2016, 04:23:24 PM
Only look at the sun in the hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset. Start with short intermittent glances, and take deep breathes. Increase exposure as you feel comfortable doing so. At no time should should you experience pain in your eyes, if you do stop! The sun may be too far above the horizon.
But the Flat Earth sun can never be lower than about 15° above the horizon - bit of simple maths, but of course maths is apparently verboten for "real human beings".

And if you start repeating words :'( too too :'( often you definitely have had :'( too too :'( much sun on your head and you really ";) should should  ;)" cover up up!
::)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 18, 2016, 06:39:47 PM
Pro Tip:  Squirt some SPF50 sunscreen in your eyes first.

Underrated post.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Son of Orospu on December 18, 2016, 06:48:12 PM
Pro Tip:  Squirt some SPF50 sunscreen in your eyes first.

Underrated post.

When did we start rating posts? 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on December 18, 2016, 08:11:22 PM
Pro Tip:  Squirt some SPF50 sunscreen in your eyes first.

Underrated post.

When did we start rating posts?
Ever since his mom rated me, I mean you a 10.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 19, 2016, 05:51:58 PM
I am extremely offended by where my thread has gone. Your mom jokes? Nothing to add other than "your opinion is dumb" and "squirt some sunscreen in your eyes". I have been rebuked for being young and voicing my opinion here. Why is this childish nonsense rampant on this website? Is it because there are many small kids making accounts? Unlikely. Is it because there are many grown men who do not like what is being spoken about here? Much more likely.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 19, 2016, 05:56:17 PM
I feel the thread about looking directly at the sun, and alcoholic beverages being full of propanol, made it to its natural state of existence.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 19, 2016, 06:03:07 PM
I am extremely offended by where my thread has gone. Your mom jokes? Nothing to add other than "your opinion is dumb" and "squirt some sunscreen in your eyes". I have been rebuked for being young and voicing my opinion here. Why is this childish nonsense rampant on this website? Is it because there are many small kids making accounts? Unlikely. Is it because there are many grown men who do not like what is being spoken about here? Much more likely.

You wanna know what's cooler than sungazing? Snowburning!


Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 19, 2016, 06:10:52 PM
Coneheads reinforce the idea of space travel and aliens... Even if you did not catch that, your subconscious did...Everything we eat is because of the sun. It provides us with energy warmth and light. Yet we are told to hide ourselves from it as much as possible... It is deadly... Fear it... Always be protected from it... Bit backwards, says I!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 19, 2016, 06:12:53 PM
Coneheads reinforce the idea of space travel and aliens... Even if you did not catch that, your subconscious did...Everything we eat is because of the sun. It provides us with energy warmth and light. Yet we are told to hide ourselves from it as much as possible... It is deadly... Fear it... Always be protected from it... Bit backwards, says I!

Did I say something that led you to believe I didn't think space travel is real, or extra terrestrial life possible?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 19, 2016, 06:19:36 PM
quote author=boydster link=topic=68636.msg1849797#msg1849797 date=1482199973]
Coneheads reinforce the idea of space travel and aliens... Even if you did not catch that, your subconscious did...Everything we eat is because of the sun. It provides us with energy warmth and light. Yet we are told to hide ourselves from it as much as possible... It is deadly... Fear it... Always be protected from it... Bit backwards, says I!

Did I say something that led you to believe I didn't think space travel is real, or extra terrestrial life possible?
[/quote]

No, I said what I said because it leads me to think that you will not believe anything other than the globe in space  theory no matter what argument or evidence is presented to you.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 19, 2016, 06:30:17 PM
What argument or evidence did you present here for FE? I thought this was about staring at the sun and drinking rubbing alcohol?

Have you missed me telling another angry globularist over the last couple days that his venom-filled posts about how stupid FEers are, are mostly poorly researched and not nearly the "irrefutable proofs" he claims them to be? Because I'm not as close-minded as you seem to think I am. I just don't condone staring the sun. And I stand by that.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 19, 2016, 06:52:35 PM
You are close minded. I could claim there are many flat earth proofs that are not as concrete as they should be, but that doesn't make me open minded. The sun on a flat earth operates much differently than the indoctrinated version, and sungazing makes much more sense once that is understood. So it has much to do with the FE theory.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 19, 2016, 06:58:53 PM
So being able to actually measure the wavelengths of light emitted by the sun, and the effect of certain wavelengths on various parts of our body upon exposure, is anti-FE? I disagree. After all, zeteticism is supposed to be based on testing and verifying the things we can test and verify. Testing the light spectrum from the sun, and the effects of UV rays on our body, is something you can do with elementary school equipment and a willing victim participant (I say that mostly in jest, sun burns probably won't be your undoing, but blindness from staring at the sun certainly is a possible downside to consider).

Please, explain how the sun works in FE. How can one test your hypothesis without exposing themself to risk of the hypothesis is wrong? What results do you have that you can share (not anecdotes, please)?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 19, 2016, 10:02:09 PM
You should know how the sun works. How long have you been here? Why do you ask the same questions over and over. Yes I agree, staring at the sun at the wrong times can cause blindness. But you act like that alone is proof that I am wrong! Water ingestion can kill you too. Or eating, or even breathing. Everything we do is dangerous to some degree.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 20, 2016, 06:19:58 AM
You should know how the sun works. How long have you been here? Why do you ask the same questions over and over. Yes I agree, staring at the sun at the wrong times can cause blindness. But you act like that alone is proof that I am wrong! Water ingestion can kill you too. Or eating, or even breathing. Everything we do is dangerous to some degree.
No, I'd say we really don't know how the FE sun works. For instance, could you please explain why the sun orbits above us in an ever decreasing circular orbit (summer in northern hemisphere) and then stops getting smaller, and then starts moving outward, in an ever increasing orbit towards the equator, and then reaches its largest circular orbit over the tropic of Capricorn. And then, repeats this over again and again? Spiraling in, and spiraling out, in, out. That breaks all the laws of physics concerning the conservation of momentum, and probably conservation of energy.
So yeah, explain why the sun seems to obey its FE boundaries. That's a start. If you can do that, you might start to be taken seriously.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 07:05:56 AM
Who's "we". Are you and boydster really the same person? Why are you answering for him... I swear those opposing a flat earth seem to have their own collective knowledge they reffer to as "we".
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 20, 2016, 09:23:23 AM
We are the ones who know flat earth to be false, yet find it curiously entertaining.
I am not boydster, I assure you. I'm not positive if he's in the US, but if he is, a quick look at either profile will probably show different time zones, but I'm not positive, and don't really care. For the record, I'm in the CST.
I also noticed you didn't have anything to say about my question concerning the sun. Perhaps you do not have the answer?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 20, 2016, 09:40:29 AM
I also am not boydster.

Edit: DAMMIT. How do I change the name of the poster to one of my other accounts?


More seriously: relax dude, conversations with multiple people on an internet forum shouldn't surprise you, this is a public discussion after all.

And the question of how the FE works is a valid one. The ice-rim map has a really weird light/dark pattern as it changes throughout the year. That aside, we can detect ultraviolet light in the sun's light spectrum. We can test what exposure to UV light of different wavelengths does to our skin, hair, and even eyes. There are people who have actually gone blind from looking at the sun, and others whose vision has been damaged. And the website you posted as a reference is not a solid primary source of research-quality information - surely you wouldn't disagree about that, right?

So again, the question of how the sun works in FE is valid. Then testing that model of the sun and comparing expectations to measurements is important. And doing so without putting people at risk of damaging their eyes should be paramount.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 10:35:50 AM
We are the ones who know flat earth to be false, yet find it curiously entertaining.

How do you know without doubt that flat earth is false? You are very rude to people here for someone just looking for entertainment.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 20, 2016, 12:53:36 PM
We are the ones who know flat earth to be false, yet find it curiously entertaining.

How do you know without doubt that flat earth is false? You are very rude to people here for someone just looking for entertainment.
I will answer you when you can show me where I've been rude. I'm actually quote polite compared to many.
This is also the 3rd time you've dodged my question about how the FE sun works. I suspect that's why you continue changing the subject..
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 04:06:43 PM
quote author=IonSpen link=topic=68022.msg1825309#msg1825309 date=1474561429]
Flat head is a troll.
[/quote]

What a polite and productive post. Do go on about how nice you are. Don't bother answering my question. I dont really care what fools think. This thread is about sun watching, not sun mechanics. There are plenty of threads discussing what you wish to know from me. Many Native American tribes practiced sun watching. I bet they would not have done so if they all went blind.

https://books.google.com/books?id=MryjN_Z8z0QC&pg=PA85&lpg=PA85&dq=ancient+sun+watching&source=bl&ots=H2LXINzHE8&sig=Ua10kbETTm9wvGwtyvNZTpnkI8c&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjnr_Wz_oPRAhVU7mMKHRRHBWYQ6AEIQzAK#v=onepage&q=ancient%20sun%20watching&f=false
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 20, 2016, 05:18:48 PM
quote author=IonSpen link=topic=68022.msg1825309#msg1825309 date=1474561429]
Flat head is a troll.

What a polite and productive post. Do go on about how nice you are. Don't bother answering my question. I dont really care what fools think. This thread is about sun watching, not sun mechanics. There are plenty of threads discussing what you wish to know from me. Many Native American tribes practiced sun watching. I bet they would not have done so if they all went blind.

https://books.google.com/books?id=MryjN_Z8z0QC&pg=PA85&lpg=PA85&dq=ancient+sun+watching&source=bl&ots=H2LXINzHE8&sig=Ua10kbETTm9wvGwtyvNZTpnkI8c&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjnr_Wz_oPRAhVU7mMKHRRHBWYQ6AEIQzAK#v=onepage&q=ancient%20sun%20watching&f=false
[/quote]
Seriously? That's the worst dirt you can find on me? How long did it take you to scour through my posts to find that gem? I'll tell you how long - long enough you could've answered how the FE sun works. But instead, you dodge the question and say it's off topic. But my impolite post "flathead is a troll" somehow is?
Flat Earth Scientist was a troll, nobody here will deny that. Just as I suspect nobody here will deny you are as well.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 05:27:57 PM
Seriously? That's the worst dirt you can find on me? How long did it take you to scour through my posts to find that gem? I'll tell you how long - long enough you could've answered how the FE sun works. But instead, you dodge the question and say it's off topic. But my impolite post "flathead is a troll" somehow is?
Flat Earth Scientist was a troll, nobody here will deny that. Just as I suspect nobody here will deny you are as well.

Achem... That's your defense? Hahaha hahaha. "I know I've said much worse" hahahahaha You are such an idiot. How long did it take me? I went to your first post and went along until you started insulting people. It didn't take long. Not a single sentence in reference to the Native Americans? You have nothing to say that's relevant to my thread? And you call me a troll?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 20, 2016, 06:05:05 PM
Not to derail... But what about my response to you?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 06:09:10 PM
I feel the thread about looking directly at the sun, and alcoholic beverages being full of propanol, made it to its natural state of existence.

I kinda stopped taking you seriously when you pretty much said my thread belongs in oblivion, filled with your mom jokes.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 20, 2016, 06:13:19 PM
Seriously? That's the worst dirt you can find on me? How long did it take you to scour through my posts to find that gem? I'll tell you how long - long enough you could've answered how the FE sun works. But instead, you dodge the question and say it's off topic. But my impolite post "flathead is a troll" somehow is?
Flat Earth Scientist was a troll, nobody here will deny that. Just as I suspect nobody here will deny you are as well.

Achem... That's your defense? Hahaha hahaha. "I know I've said much worse" hahahahaha You are such an idiot. How long did it take me? I went to your first post and went along until you started insulting people. It didn't take long. Not a single sentence in reference to the Native Americans? You have nothing to say that's relevant to my thread? And you call me a troll?
Quite the contrary! You have only proven my point - you won't find much. If calling someone a troll is insulting them, well then I'm guilty. That particular quote you pulled was from months ago. I don't use foul language. You might see me once or twice, but I refrain 99% of the time. Unlike yourself.
What do native Americans have anything to do with this? And you're the one who started the irrelevant subjects in your thread, if  I'm not mistaken. And yes, you troll other people's threads. You derail with off topic subjects. Even just earlier today totallackey called you out on it. You started rambling on about 9/11 and then you were asked what does that have to do with his topic?
So, before you go pointing your finger at others, you might look at the other 3 fingers pointing back at yourself. Troll.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 06:20:18 PM
This is my thread. Kindly explain how or why I would derail my own thread. Native Americans were sungazers. Read the link. Troll.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 20, 2016, 06:25:48 PM
I feel the thread about looking directly at the sun, and alcoholic beverages being full of propanol, made it to its natural state of existence.

I kinda stopped taking you seriously when you pretty much said my thread belongs in oblivion, filled with your mom jokes.

Well I guess that answers that. You have no explanation for how the sun works in FE, certainly not one that agrees with measured light spectrum output and the effects of those wavelengths on the human body, and posting with substance here is clearly no more productive than posting nonsense.

So being able to actually measure the wavelengths of light emitted by the sun, and the effect of certain wavelengths on various parts of our body upon exposure, is anti-FE? I disagree. After all, zeteticism is supposed to be based on testing and verifying the things we can test and verify. Testing the light spectrum from the sun, and the effects of UV rays on our body, is something you can do with elementary school equipment and a willing victim participant (I say that mostly in jest, sun burns probably won't be your undoing, but blindness from staring at the sun certainly is a possible downside to consider).

Please, explain how the sun works in FE. How can one test your hypothesis without exposing themself to risk of the hypothesis is wrong? What results do you have that you can share (not anecdotes, please)?

I also am not boydster.

Edit: DAMMIT. How do I change the name of the poster to one of my other accounts?


More seriously: relax dude, conversations with multiple people on an internet forum shouldn't surprise you, this is a public discussion after all.

And the question of how the FE works is a valid one. The ice-rim map has a really weird light/dark pattern as it changes throughout the year. That aside, we can detect ultraviolet light in the sun's light spectrum. We can test what exposure to UV light of different wavelengths does to our skin, hair, and even eyes. There are people who have actually gone blind from looking at the sun, and others whose vision has been damaged. And the website you posted as a reference is not a solid primary source of research-quality information - surely you wouldn't disagree about that, right?

So again, the question of how the sun works in FE is valid. Then testing that model of the sun and comparing expectations to measurements is important. And doing so without putting people at risk of damaging their eyes should be paramount.

That's cool though. Whatever. Good luck with the sun.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 06:30:21 PM
Boydster, for the last time, this is not a thread about celestial mechanics. What I am speaking about is not concerned about where the sun moves or how, but its effects ok the human body. If you feel compelled to continue spamming my thread with irrelevant questions, I will happily post links to threads answering the question you so desperately need answered. Seeing as how you are too lazy to do so yourself.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 20, 2016, 06:37:30 PM
11 out of 10 ophthalmologists think Arealhumanbeing is retarted.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 06:43:26 PM
11 out of 10 ophthalmologists think Arealhumanbeing is retarted.

Learn to spell, troll. Good heavens, any globulshitter can post the most rancid utter garbage and get away with it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 20, 2016, 06:46:48 PM
Boydster, for the last time, this is not a thread about celestial mechanics. What I am speaking about is not concerned about where the sun moves or how, but its effects ok the human body. If you feel compelled to continue spamming my thread with irrelevant questions, I will happily post links to threads answering the question you so desperately need answered. Seeing as how you are too lazy to do so yourself.

No, it's about the sun and how staring at it won't make you blind. I'm interested in how the light emitted by the sun won't harm your eyes when you stare at it for 45 minutes. Tell me about the UV light and the rest of the light spectrum and how we can test the way the sun affects our bodies without putting real people at risk of bodily harm to find differences between what you are professing and what "main stream science" says. Forget about celestial mechanics.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 20, 2016, 06:52:03 PM
On a flat earth, when the sun is closest to the horizon, it is also the farthest away from you, making its rays less potent, and thefore safe for absorption.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 20, 2016, 07:01:28 PM
On a flat earth, when the sun is closest to the horizon, it is also the farthest away from you, making its rays less potent, and thefore safe for absorption.

How much less potent, quantitatively? I'd like to see some citation to actual measurements that differ from the traditional model's predictions of how the sun behaves. What kind of UV exposure do you get over 45 minutes in your model and at what point (say, degrees above horizon, for example, and a range is fine here - expected, in fact) is that measurement taken?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Woody on December 20, 2016, 07:47:27 PM
I hope the OP at least considered what people who basically dedicated a good portion of their lives to studying what is good and bad for the eyes say.

OP you also need to consider UV light the sun emits.  Same as during a cloudy day and you can get sun burn you can damage your eyes looking at the Sun at its rise and set.  Yes the decrease in the visible light makes it easier, but the light you can not detect may be doing the damage.

If the OP is wrong and doing this every day they may just be slowing damaging their eyes.  Leading to problems down the road.

Just I thought why not just try getting up in the morning and witnessing the sun rise without the looking directly at it? I make a point of doing it almost every morning now and find it a great way to start the day.

Are you sure you are not getting the results you are just because you are out and witnessing the Sun set and rise?  Many studies suggest it is good for your mental health with no need to stare directly at the sun.  Same for things like sitting in a garden or looking at beautiful landscapes.

If baby would not naturally stare at the Sun it is likely not something natural and good for you.

Did you have to condition yourself to be able to drink water? Eat fresh fruits or vegetables? Breath? Things your body is meant to naturally do and beneficial for survival tend not requiring you to condition yourself to do them. 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 20, 2016, 07:51:50 PM
Pro Tip:  Squirt some SPF50 sunscreen in your eyes first.

Underrated post.

When did we start rating posts?

My average rating for your posts is 2.37 out of 10
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 21, 2016, 07:50:19 AM
If baby would not naturally stare at the Sun it is likely not something natural and good for you.

Babies don't naturally walk either what's your point.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 21, 2016, 07:52:35 AM
Pro Tip:  Squirt some SPF50 sunscreen in your eyes first.

Underrated post.

When did we start rating posts?

My average rating for your posts is 2.37 out of 10

Trolololololololol you fake piece of shit Bill Nye. You are a poster child for the glubullshitters. Keep your off topic posts out of my thread.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 21, 2016, 07:58:13 AM

How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 21, 2016, 07:59:51 AM
You have some nerve calling other people rude, and pointing out how they are insulting others. Your own posts speak for themselves. And that's why you're a troll.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Woody on December 21, 2016, 08:03:05 AM
If baby would not naturally stare at the Sun it is likely not something natural and good for you.

Babies don't naturally walk either what's your point.

Around 12-13 months most babies are walking.
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Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 21, 2016, 08:24:17 AM
Yeah, its something they have to learn. Just like sun gazing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Woody on December 21, 2016, 08:26:49 AM
Yeah, its something they have to learn. Just like sun gazing.

Let's try this way.

If it is natural and beneficial staring at the sun, how many animals have been observed doing it?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 21, 2016, 08:30:28 AM

How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 21, 2016, 08:32:01 AM
Yeah, its something they have to learn. Just like sun gazing.

Let's try this way.

If it is natural and beneficial staring at the sun, how many animals have been observed doing it?

You think we are monkeys? Evolution has been disproven. We are heavenly beings incomparable to animals.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 21, 2016, 08:38:33 AM
Yeah, its something they have to learn. Just like sun gazing.

Let's try this way.

If it is natural and beneficial staring at the sun, how many animals have been observed doing it?

You think we are monkeys? Evolution has been disproven. We are heavenly beings incomparable to animals.

So our eyes have magic Jesus goop in them?

Is that why staring at the sun is beneficial to us and not to animals?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 21, 2016, 08:44:21 AM
You know reptiles love to bask in the sun. I cannot say that they are not looking at it, can you?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 21, 2016, 09:06:39 AM
You know reptiles love to bask in the sun. I cannot say that they are not looking at it, can you?

Yes.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: boydster on December 21, 2016, 09:27:15 AM
On a flat earth, when the sun is closest to the horizon, it is also the farthest away from you, making its rays less potent, and thefore safe for absorption.

How much less potent, quantitatively? I'd like to see some citation to actual measurements that differ from the traditional model's predictions of how the sun behaves. What kind of UV exposure do you get over 45 minutes in your model and at what point (say, degrees above horizon, for example, and a range is fine here - expected, in fact) is that measurement taken?


How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 21, 2016, 09:33:57 AM
You know reptiles love to bask in the sun. I cannot say that they are not looking at it, can you?

Yes.

No lol Bullwinkle is a bullshitter.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: FlatOrange on December 21, 2016, 06:25:32 PM
Please do not stare at the sun.

*stared at sun all day*

what's this say, Space Cowgirl? I can't see it if I look directly at it... Release no dare alt sum...??
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 21, 2016, 06:41:42 PM
I cannot say that they are not looking at it, can you?

There are lots of things one cannot say.

For instance I cannot say whether or not there is a fully intact ceramic tea set from the Ming dynasty currently buried somewhere in Oklahoma. It is incredibly unlikely, although it is certainly possible.

It is also possible that reptiles stare at the sun. However, no animal has ever been observed staring at the sun. Period.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 21, 2016, 07:09:52 PM
On a flat earth, when the sun is closest to the horizon, it is also the farthest away from you, making its rays less potent, and thefore safe for absorption.

How much less potent, quantitatively? I'd like to see some citation to actual measurements that differ from the traditional model's predictions of how the sun behaves. What kind of UV exposure do you get over 45 minutes in your model and at what point (say, degrees above horizon, for example, and a range is fine here - expected, in fact) is that measurement taken?


How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 21, 2016, 08:18:56 PM
Another thing that's good for you is weightlifting. My work-out plan is to lift a colt once or twice a day every day. By doing it every day I will get stronger as the colt grows. At completion, my plan will allow me to lift a full grown horse. After that I might try an elephant.

I'm also thinking of developing a resistance to cyanide by drinking a daily dosage. Very small at first but increasing every day. My goal is to be able to chug a half a litre of the stuff.

What do you think?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on December 21, 2016, 09:37:44 PM
Another thing that's good for you is weightlifting. My work-out plan is to lift a colt once or twice a day every day. By doing it every day I will get stronger as the colt grows. At completion, my plan will allow me to lift a full grown horse. After that I might try an elephant.

I'm also thinking of developing a resistance to cyanide by drinking a daily dosage. Very small at first but increasing every day. My goal is to be able to chug a half a litre of the stuff.

What do you think?
I think you are gay.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 21, 2016, 09:40:09 PM
Another thing that's good for you is weightlifting. My work-out plan is to lift a colt once or twice a day every day. By doing it every day I will get stronger as the colt grows. At completion, my plan will allow me to lift a full grown horse. After that I might try an elephant.

I'm also thinking of developing a resistance to cyanide by drinking a daily dosage. Very small at first but increasing every day. My goal is to be able to chug a half a litre of the stuff.

What do you think?
I think you are gay.

Like ... the homo kind of gay or just the not cool kind? Or are you talking about the old-fashioned meaning about being lighthearted and jolly and stuff?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on December 21, 2016, 09:51:38 PM
Gay in the modern sense. ::)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 21, 2016, 10:00:52 PM
Gay in the modern sense. ::)

Well thanks for the honest answer! I think you have a cool avatar.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on December 22, 2016, 04:02:22 AM
Gay in the modern sense. ::)
The modern sense as in homosexual?  Or the postmodern sense of "a bit rubbish"?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on December 22, 2016, 06:56:20 AM
Another thing that's good for you is weightlifting. My work-out plan is to lift a colt once or twice a day every day. By doing it every day I will get stronger as the colt grows. At completion, my plan will allow me to lift a full grown horse. After that I might try an elephant.

I'm also thinking of developing a resistance to cyanide by drinking a daily dosage. Very small at first but increasing every day. My goal is to be able to chug a half a litre of the stuff.

What do you think?

Instead of the colt, lift a Colt 45! (the beer not the gun)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 22, 2016, 03:58:34 PM

Instead of the colt, lift a Colt 45! (the beer not the gun)

Finally, a workout plan the FES can agree with:

CHUGGING MALT LIQUOR
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: ForumPhoenix on December 22, 2016, 04:38:13 PM
HOW CAN THIS THREAD EVEN BE ALLOWED TO EXIST!!!! ITS LIKE SAYING GO CUT YOURSELF!!! IM FUCKING SUING THIS SITE.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 22, 2016, 04:58:06 PM
HOW CAN THIS THREAD EVEN BE ALLOWED TO EXIST!!!! ITS LIKE SAYING GO CUT YOURSELF!!! IM FUCKING SUING THIS SITE.
TAKE IT UP WITH THE MORONIC TROLL WHO STARTED THIS THREAD. THEN, CONTACT THE MODERATOR POOPA LEGBA TO PROCEED WITH YOUR LAWSUIT. EXPECT TO BE PAID IN LEMMINGS.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on December 22, 2016, 05:56:48 PM
HOW CAN THIS THREAD EVEN BE ALLOWED TO EXIST!!!! ITS LIKE SAYING GO CUT YOURSELF!!! IM FUCKING SUING THIS SITE.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_230_of_the_Communications_Decency_Act
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 23, 2016, 02:02:46 PM
Another thing that's good for you is weightlifting. My work-out plan is to lift a colt once or twice a day every day. By doing it every day I will get stronger as the colt grows. At completion, my plan will allow me to lift a full grown horse. After that I might try an elephant.

I'm also thinking of developing a resistance to cyanide by drinking a daily dosage. Very small at first but increasing every day. My goal is to be able to chug a half a litre of the stuff.

What do you think?

Instead of the colt, lift a Colt 45! (the beer not the gun)

This is definitely an improvement on my original work-out plan. What great ideas we can come up with when we work together on it!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 23, 2016, 02:12:42 PM
This is definitely an improvement on my original work-out plan. What great ideas we can come up with when we work together on it!


Another victory for FE !
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on December 23, 2016, 02:48:01 PM
Come over to the flat side, we have beer.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on December 23, 2016, 02:55:20 PM
Come over to the flat side, we have beer.
Could we meet in the middle?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 23, 2016, 03:07:15 PM
Come over to the flat side, we have beer.
Could we meet in the middle?
I think you'd be having Oklahoma beer if you decide to meet in the middle. 3.2%
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on December 23, 2016, 03:28:34 PM
Come over to the flat side, we have beer.
Could we meet in the middle?
I think you'd be having Oklahoma beer if you decide to meet in the middle. 3.2%

You can always pick up a case of Little Kings at the liquor store!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 23, 2016, 05:12:33 PM
Come over to the flat side, we have beer.
Could we meet in the middle?
I think you'd be having Oklahoma beer if you decide to meet in the middle. 3.2%

You can always pick up a case of Little Kings at the liquor store!
I've had little kings once, several years ago. I think I got sick, and never tried  it again. In fact, it's been a good 20 years now since it's even crossed my mind! Weird.
Maybe I should give it a 2nd chance.. I did give tequila a second chance..
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on December 23, 2016, 05:35:16 PM
Come over to the flat side, we have beer.
Could we meet in the middle?
I think you'd be having Oklahoma beer if you decide to meet in the middle. 3.2%

You can always pick up a case of Little Kings at the liquor store!
I've had little kings once, several years ago. I think I got sick, and never tried  it again. In fact, it's been a good 20 years now since it's even crossed my mind! Weird.
Maybe I should give it a 2nd chance.. I did give tequila a second chance..

When I lived in OKC we got Little Kings because they were cheap.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 23, 2016, 07:43:20 PM
I always liked Steel Reserve for cheap, potent beer.

8% ABV, $6.99 for a 12 pack. Cannot be beat.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Woody on December 23, 2016, 11:40:25 PM
No one is mentioning Milwaukee's Best(the Beast).

First beer I ever drank and continued to drink when I did not have two nickles to rub together.

I still drink it from time to time when I am feeling nostalgic.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 24, 2016, 12:45:34 AM
I think this thread makes excellent model displaying the nature of this site. True, honest people pose a question or claim and are met with an army of mad mocking mayhem monkeys until they do not know how to respond, effectively ending the thread and burying it under shit posts.

The prophecy has been fulfilled. Stop your drug use. Get right with God, before you burn in hell. Shame on you for starting a conversation entirely based on beer in a thread started by a 15 year old. I have more right to sue than forumphoenix.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Woody on December 24, 2016, 12:58:20 AM
I think this thread makes excellent model displaying the nature of this site. True, honest people pose a question or claim and are met with an army of mad mocking mayhem monkeys until they do not know how to respond, effectively ending the thread and burying it under shit posts.

The prophecy has been fulfilled. Stop your drug use. Get right with God, before you burn in hell. Shame on you for starting a conversation entirely based on beer in a thread started by a 15 year old. I have more right to sue than forumphoenix.

You post this with nothing supporting your claim:

Quote
Staring at the sun, just at sunrise and sunset, before it rises to high above the horizon is healthy for every part of your body.

You got counter arguments supported with evidence and I am sure some replies just simply saying something like,"Starring at the Sun is stupid."  Probably replies including both. I did not read the entire thread.

What did you expect to happen?  Everyone agreeing starring at the Sun even at sunset or rise is good for you?  If you want that post in the forums that promote that kind of stuff and ban people who posting their disagreement with the practice.  Maybe posting this in the Believers' forum would result in more poster agreeing this practice is healthy for every part of your body.
 


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Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 24, 2016, 03:34:28 AM

I think this thread makes excellent model displaying the nature of this site. True, honest people pose a question or claim and are met with an army of mad mocking mayhem monkeys until they do not know how to respond, effectively ending the thread and burying it under shit posts.

I think this thread makes an excellent model displaying the nature of this site. Deluded, inward-thinking people pose baseless, inane, and downright stupid claims and are rightfully met with mocking, laughter and jeers from people who know better.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 26, 2016, 08:52:58 AM
"The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off."  Green eggs and ham dude. You know better, but youve never tried it. So really... You dont know anything about it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 26, 2016, 09:22:25 AM
"The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off."  Green eggs and ham dude. You know better, but youve never tried it. So really... You dont know anything about it.

I haven't tried sticking a knife into my kneecap either, but apparently it aligns your Chakra.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 27, 2016, 07:21:18 AM
Ever heard of acupuncture? That's a lot smaller then a knife, but if you want to jam a bowie down there go right ahead if your dumb enough. Just like sun gazing at midday. You just don't know what you're doing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on December 27, 2016, 08:44:40 AM
Ever heard of acupuncture? That's a lot smaller then a knife, but if you want to jam a bowie down there go right ahead if your dumb enough. Just like sun gazing at midday. You just don't know what you're doing.
Irony.
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Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 27, 2016, 09:30:48 AM
Should I point out all your typos too or would that really make a difference?
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Post by: IonSpen on December 27, 2016, 09:50:54 AM
Sure, go ahead. But teh irony won't quite be the same.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 27, 2016, 09:57:07 AM
I like the one where you admit to being paid by NASA Nazis. I find that quite ironic.
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Post by: Bullwinkle on December 27, 2016, 10:02:00 AM
I like the one where you admit to being paid by NASA Nazis. I find that quite ironic.


You clearly have no idea what ironic means.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 27, 2016, 10:07:16 AM
I believe this site in itself throws into question the validity of NASA. Therefore employees of the NASA/Nazis hanging around here, making fun of people would be quite ironic.
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Post by: IonSpen on December 27, 2016, 10:11:58 AM
I like the one where you admit to being paid by NASA Nazis. I find that quite ironic.
Please, quote that, and then let's discuss it. But since you weren't around at the time, the context will be lost on you. But sure, if you want to believe that NASA and the nazi's are paying me, then that's your right. Jokes on you though, I'm warning you.. 
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Post by: sokarul on December 27, 2016, 10:14:04 AM
I believe this site in itself throws into question the validity of NASA. Therefore employees of the NASA/Nazis hanging around here, making fun of people would be quite ironic.
Whatever helps you sleep at night. But the truth is there are no NASA Nazis here. It's just people who understand science more than you and at the same time don't live in fear of religion.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 27, 2016, 10:23:08 AM
Actually I think NASA and the nazis are one in the same. So its really just one entity paying ionspen-not that shocking. Ill call them Nasis. Besides, if you didnt want me to believe it, why did you say it? Nobody made you type those words.
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Post by: IonSpen on December 27, 2016, 10:45:03 AM
Actually I think NASA and the nazis are one in the same. So its really just one entity paying ionspen-not that shocking. Ill call them Nasis. Besides, if you didnt want me to believe it, why did you say it? Nobody made you type those words.
Because if you believe that an anonymous poster on a flat earth forum is being paid by NASA and the nazi's then the joke is squarely on you. Do you believe everything you see on TV too?
No wonder you believe the earth is flat.
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Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 27, 2016, 02:14:22 PM
I don't watch the idiot box. Maybe if so many people stopped joking around on here about being paid by NAZA I wouldnt think as I do.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 27, 2016, 02:35:25 PM
Maybe if so many people stopped joking around on here about being paid by NAZA I wouldnt think as I do.

Doubt it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 27, 2016, 02:41:12 PM
Bullwinkle do I have permission to post your confession to me about being a troll?
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Post by: Logick on December 27, 2016, 02:43:25 PM
Bullwinkle do I have permission to post your confession to me about being a troll?
Do it.  8)
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Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 27, 2016, 02:59:55 PM
Oh I'm sorry, I cannot comply. The rules of this site state that I cannot expose frauds unless the frauds say I can. Otherwise ill be banned. So ill wait for Bullshitter. In the mean time here is an article about a NASA funded study about sungazing. Results confirm regeneration of brain cells and much more. http://humansarefree.com/2016/03/nasa-confirms-super-human-abilities.html?m=0
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 27, 2016, 08:03:03 PM
Why would you believe a study confirmed by Nazis?

Maybe you also believe their propaganda regarding Aryans being the Herrenrasse.
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Post by: Bullwinkle on December 27, 2016, 08:21:18 PM
So ill wait for Bullshitter.


Beg.
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Post by: onebigmonkey on December 27, 2016, 09:22:45 PM
In the mean time here is an article about a NASA funded study about sungazing. Results confirm regeneration of brain cells and much more. http://humansarefree.com/2016/03/nasa-confirms-super-human-abilities.html?m=0

Nope.

What it says, very carefully, is that a team of medical doctors funded by NASA looked at one guy. It makes it sound like NASA studied this fruitloop but what it actually means is that NASA funds a biomedical research facility at the University of Pennsylvania.

Tellingly, they do not actually cite the study that was supposedly done or present any kind of data.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 28, 2016, 10:10:37 AM
Yes, I said it was NASA funded, not NASA themselves. There are other articles about the same subject from more reputable sources. Are you saying they are all liars?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: onebigmonkey on December 28, 2016, 10:42:03 AM
Yes, I said it was NASA funded, not NASA themselves. There are other articles about the same subject from more reputable sources. Are you saying they are all liars?

There is nothing to say that NASA funded this particular study, if it exists - only that NASA funds the institute that allegedly carried it out. There's a subtle difference. That kind of economy with the truth can easily be called a lie and is used by websites like that one to give an air of legitimacy to studies they think confirms their own opinions and gets advertising clicks from gullible marks. Where are the details of the actual study? Mysteriously absent...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 28, 2016, 11:24:06 AM
So yes, is your answer. They are all liars... Funny how you always claim only flat earthers yell fake when evidence is presented contradicting their views...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 28, 2016, 11:27:41 AM
Yes, I said it was NASA funded, not NASA themselves. There are other articles about the same subject from more reputable sources. Are you saying they are all liars?

The article you posted claims that a person can live without food for 90 days by simply staring at the sun every day.

Any site making such a claim is clearly lying.

The website you posted is just another dubious collection of click-bait articles.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 28, 2016, 12:08:30 PM
Theres more than one website making the same claim. Are they all lying?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 28, 2016, 02:11:51 PM
Theres more than one website making the same claim. Are they all lying?

I know you're young, but try to be a little skeptical of potentially dubious sources.

Protip: if the bottom 2/3 of an article is nothing but links to other click-bait articles, take it with a grain of salt.

Another Protip: if the article you are reading cites ZERO sources, it is most likely bullshit.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 28, 2016, 03:19:07 PM
Are you telling me every single account of people claiming watching the sun correctly is beneficial is lying? Why?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 28, 2016, 06:08:24 PM
Are you telling me every single account of people claiming watching the sun correctly is beneficial is lying? Why?
First of all, the most recent "source" you posted claimed you could stop eating entirely if you stare at the sun. It also posted no sources leading me to doubt it entirely.  If you can find a single source that has a shred of journalistic integrity claiming what you say, I might take a second look.

Thus far, you have failed to do so, and I refuse to do your homework for you.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 29, 2016, 07:57:19 PM
I do not believe its my job to be posting link after link so you can call them all unreliable and laughable. This is a forum, where people can discuss and debate. You obviously don't read the links I post anyway, otherwise you would have seen that it said it takes a very long time to lose the need for food, if you are able to at all. Some people bodies are not able for such feats. Nonetheless, sun gazing is a very healthy activity when done correctly.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 29, 2016, 09:08:28 PM
If you can't find any credible data to support your opinion, that's fine. Just don't expect anybody to take you seriously. Have fun staring at the sun, I sincerely hope you don't accidentally injure yourself irreparably.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 30, 2016, 06:26:53 AM
If you can't find any credible data to support your opinion, that's fine. Just don't expect anybody to take you seriously. Have fun staring at the sun, I sincerely hope you don't accidentally injure yourself irreparably.

That's right, it can be a dangerous activity. But so is riding a bike. So is driving a car. If you're a dummy and steer into oncoming traffic, youre gonna get hurt. Just like if you look at the sun at the wrong time, youre gonna get hurt. You have to know what you're doing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 30, 2016, 11:04:20 AM

How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 31, 2016, 08:15:12 AM
Those questions would make excellent guidlines for a personal daily log on keeping track of times.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 31, 2016, 10:35:15 AM
Those questions would make excellent guidlines for a personal daily log on keeping track of times.

I have asked those questions 3 times in this thread, and you have no answers for me. You have claimed there are "health benifits," but you have yet to give any details.

Why don't you have any interest in convincing us of your beliefs?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 31, 2016, 10:43:25 AM
11 out of 10 ophthalmologists think Arealhumanbeing is a tard.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 31, 2016, 04:23:08 PM
11 out of 10 ophthalmologists think Arealhumanbeing is retarted.

11 out of 10 ophthalmologists think Arealhumanbeing is a tard.

Stop spamming my thread.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 31, 2016, 06:04:53 PM

How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 31, 2016, 06:51:19 PM

How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?



How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?


Stop spamming his thread.    :P



Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 31, 2016, 07:30:27 PM


How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?



How many consecutive days have you been staring at the sunrise and sunset?

After how many days did you notice a difference?

How many minutes a day do you spend looking at the sun?

Could you describe, in great detail, precisely what you personally feel when you stare at the sun?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on December 31, 2016, 07:39:44 PM
"Mocking precedes learning the hard way" - Toba Beta
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 31, 2016, 08:09:52 PM
"Bitch, Please" - Bullwinkle
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on December 31, 2016, 08:17:34 PM
Hopefully you don't learn the hard way that sun staring is awful for your health
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on December 31, 2016, 08:44:03 PM
Eyeballs, sauteed in their own juices.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: blackestsheep on January 01, 2017, 06:37:50 PM
radiation as most of stuff on our planet can be helpfull in modest quantities( for instance too much water can kill u) now i rly wuld not push it to the starring at the sun as it might affect ones eyesight
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on January 01, 2017, 06:38:58 PM
Eyeballs, sauteed in their own juices.

Sounds delicious, do you have the rest of the recipe?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 02, 2017, 07:52:28 AM
Hopefully you don't learn the hard way that sun staring is awful for your health

Flat Earth medicine.

Depressed? Sun gaze.
Eating too much? Sun gaze.
Tired all the time? Sun gaze.
Migraine problems? Sun gaze.

Globullshit medicine.

Depressed? Synthetic flouride pill.
Eating too much? Staple the stomach.
Tired all the time? Caffeine.
Migraine problems? Numb with drugs or try some caffeine...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on January 02, 2017, 01:41:39 PM
Sun staring and Flat Earth are unrelated. You can be a flat earther and not believe in sun staring, and you can be a sun starter who knows the true shape of the earth.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 02, 2017, 01:50:13 PM
Sun staring and Flat Earth are unrelated. You can be a flat earther and not believe in sun staring, and you can be a sun starter who knows the true shape of the earth.

They are actually connected. I stated this earlier in the thread. Oh and look another typo you lying prick. If I were you I would stop badgering me about my "post formatting".
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 10, 2017, 07:10:30 AM
Liars are silent in the face of truth.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on January 10, 2017, 10:21:01 AM
Maybe we are tired of your childish temper tantrums. Continue staring at the sun if you wish, but know that you have convinced no-one.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Mainframes on January 10, 2017, 10:27:29 AM
Flat Earth Medecine -----> Blind
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Lonegranger on January 10, 2017, 02:45:33 PM
Sun staring and Flat Earth are unrelated. You can be a flat earther and not believe in sun staring, and you can be a sun starter who knows the true shape of the earth.

They are actually connected. I stated this earlier in the thread. Oh and look another typo you lying prick. If I were you I would stop badgering me about my "post formatting".

Oh, you double standard 'prick word' using prick!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on January 10, 2017, 02:53:57 PM


About 2-3 minutes in there's a guy talking about sun gazing. lol
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on January 10, 2017, 03:59:57 PM
@SpaceCowgirl

That video is hilarious, and clearly demonstrates the kind of person who stares at the sun.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on January 10, 2017, 04:12:28 PM
@SpaceCowgirl

That video is hilarious, and clearly demonstrates the kind of person who stares at the sun.

I love Philomena Cunk!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 10, 2017, 04:50:12 PM
@SpaceCowgirl
That video is hilarious, and clearly demonstrates the kind of person who stares at the sun.
I'd say there is one description of a person who stares at the sun  8) BLIND  8).
Yes I know that Noel Coward wrote
Quote
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
The native grieve when the white
Men leave their huts, because
They're obviously definitely nuts!
Mad dogs and Englishmen
Go out in the midday sun.

But, I don't believe that even Englishmen stare at the midday sun.

Of course, Areallivehuman told us that "Looking at the sun is good for you" in moderation at dawn and I imagine he's correct.

And eye experts are now telling us that the "epidemic" of myopia is due, not so much from staring at books and small screens, but simply because young people do not spend enough time outdoors in bright light.

This time outdoors, at least two hours per day, is most critical before adulthood.

So, get all our young people to follow Areallivehuman's advice and spend time outdoors!


 :P Here endeth the first lesson, Brother xxxx will now yyyy. :P
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 10, 2017, 04:57:34 PM
Liars are silent in the face of truth.
That's a deep thought from a 15 year old!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 11, 2017, 03:18:15 AM
@SpaceCowgirl

That video is hilarious, and clearly demonstrates the kind of person who stares at the sun.

I love Philomena Cunk!
She is great.  She does faux talking heads stuff with Barry Shitpeas on Charlie Brooker's shows - look em up if you've not seen em.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 15, 2017, 10:31:22 AM
Liars are silent in the face of truth.
That's a deep thought from a 15 year old!

Maybe for you its a deep thought. Lol
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gumby on January 15, 2017, 12:11:07 PM
Staring at the sun, just at sunrise and sunset, before it rises to high above the horizon is healthy for every part of your body.

A laser beam is also good for you. Follow my instructions.
Locate an ADM or similar kit.
Remove a fiber.
Stare at it.
Get a vision test.
If there are no changes disable the safety features.
Repeat until you get blind.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 15, 2017, 02:56:16 PM
Liars are silent in the face of truth.
That's a deep thought from a 15 year old!

Maybe for you its a deep thought. Lol
So you confirm that you really are a 15 year old. You would never be caught lying in your profile would you?

By the way. Exactly what does "Maybe for you its a deep thought" mean. I tought even 15 year old kids learned the difference between "possessive case" and a "contraction". see
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It's is a contraction; the apostrophe signifies the omission of a letter or letters. If you can replace it's with it is (or, less frequently, it has), then you should definitely use it's.

Its is the possessive form of it.

Still, I guess a 65 year old, who's even forgotten his true age, has probably forgotten.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 15, 2017, 04:06:02 PM
Liars are silent in the face of truth.
That's a deep thought from a 15 year old!

Maybe for you its a deep thought. Lol
So you confirm that you really are a 15 year old. You would never be caught lying in your profile would you?

By the way. Exactly what does "Maybe for you its a deep thought" mean. I tought even 15 year old kids learned the difference between "possessive case" and a "contraction". see
Quote
It's is a contraction; the apostrophe signifies the omission of a letter or letters. If you can replace it's with it is (or, less frequently, it has), then you should definitely use it's.

You mispelled thought. Oh also go stroke your cock elswhere, fool. Earth is flat and im sick of your bullshit posts whining about everything irrelevant.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on January 15, 2017, 04:09:55 PM
Thou shalt respect your elders.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on January 15, 2017, 10:21:13 PM
Even if the earth were flat, staring at the sun would still be bad for your health. At sunrise and sunset, the effects won't be as bad, but over time it can still damage your vision.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 16, 2017, 04:59:30 AM
So you confirm that you really are a 15 year old. You would never be caught lying in your profile would you?

You mispelled thought.
Yes, I made a mistake! So what.

But, I repeat So you confirm that you really are a 15 year old. You would never be caught lying in your profile would you?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on January 16, 2017, 08:36:04 AM
Even if the earth were flat, staring at the sun would still be bad for your health. At sunrise and sunset, the effects won't be as bad, but over time it can still damage your vision.

Maybe you're only supposed to do it on the solstices!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 17, 2017, 07:33:07 AM
Sure, listen to the guy who literally lies in his very name, fakebillnye...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 17, 2017, 11:01:13 PM
Sure, listen to the guy who literally lies in his very name, fakebillnye...
From the guy who literally lies in his profile "Age: 15".
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on January 17, 2017, 11:09:58 PM
Sure, listen to the guy who literally lies in his very name, fakebillnye...
From the guy who literally lies in his profile "Age: 15".
Why do you think ARHB is not 15 and how old do you think he is?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 18, 2017, 01:05:16 AM
Sure, listen to the guy who literally lies in his very name, fakebillnye...
From the guy who literally lies in his profile "Age: 15".
Why do you think ARHB is not 15 and how old do you think he is?

Enough? Let's say it's far better evidence that he gives us for a flat earth. The best we seem to get is "Arealhumanbeing says that the earth is flat, that proves it!"

How old is he? At a guess about 65. Sound OK for a guess?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on January 18, 2017, 01:17:07 AM
Sure, listen to the guy who literally lies in his very name, fakebillnye...
From the guy who literally lies in his profile "Age: 15".
Why do you think ARHB is not 15 and how old do you think he is?

Enough? Let's say it's far better evidence that he gives us for a flat earth. The best we seem to get is "Arealhumanbeing says that the earth is flat, that proves it!"

How old is he? At a guess about 65. Sound OK for a guess?

LOL  Sure. Although going by his posts I find it much easier to believe that he is 15 than that he is a scientist. I'm not even sure he would qualify as a zeteticist.  ;D
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 18, 2017, 09:00:15 AM
You dont know who I am. You dont know what ive done. Yet you claim that it is impossible for me to be a scientist. What are you basing your claim on?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on January 18, 2017, 09:03:14 AM
I don't believe you are a scientist.
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Post by: Lonegranger on January 18, 2017, 01:57:48 PM
You dont know who I am. You dont know what ive done. Yet you claim that it is impossible for me to be a scientist. What are you basing your claim on?

You are no scientist....a total delusional yes .....scientist, he'll no.

OR

You could post your qualifications and impress us all....lol...yflds.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on January 18, 2017, 02:05:35 PM
It would be rare, in my experience, for a scientist to interpret this:
Although going by his posts I find it much easier to believe that he is 15 than that he is a scientist.

To mean this:
You claim that it is impossible for me to be a scientist.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bom Tishop on January 18, 2017, 04:16:54 PM
You dont know who I am. You dont know what ive done. Yet you claim that it is impossible for me to be a scientist. What are you basing your claim on?

Your claimed age, actions and demeanor... If you are going to make big claims and want people to even attempt to believe you, do what I did when I was new here and prove it. The action is not hard if you are being truthful.

Doesn't have to be something crazy or hard...A picture of your lab with something unique or your screen name some where...there are many many ways to skin the cat.

If you aren't willing to do any of this, then stop your yapping, if someone wants to think you are full of it then let them. They have good reason to.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 19, 2017, 09:09:01 AM
You dont know who I am. You dont know what ive done. Yet you claim that it is impossible for me to be a scientist. What are you basing your claim on?
That you have no grasp of science or the scientific method.  Even basic logic eludes you.

It's like claiming you're French, then not being able to speak any French.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 19, 2017, 05:03:44 PM
You dont know who I am. You dont know what ive done. Yet you claim that it is impossible for me to be a scientist. What are you basing your claim on?
Well, I do not claim that "it is impossible for" you "to be a scientist", just so unlikely that a bit of evidence is called for.

We only know what you tell us, so
Arealhumanbeing     Posts:
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Age:
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Lol Really?? I am a scientist. I believe in flat earth.  How can I not believe in myself?
So according to you, you are 15 year old scientist.
So please tell us whether you a 15 year old scientist? If so, what is the basis for your claim.

To me, your posts seem more as though they were written by a 65 year old "grumpy old man"!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 20, 2017, 07:28:03 AM
"Lets attack the person instead of his topic!! Blllaaargghh Ill even post his statistics!! Look at the way he acts! Hes either 15 or 65!!! Im smart!"  - The last few posts.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on January 20, 2017, 07:29:40 AM
The topics over. You fell for the unsound YouTube videos.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 20, 2017, 07:44:52 AM
The topics over. You fell for the unsound YouTube videos.

Lol Says the random poster to the OP. Ill try that next time you start a thread, just jump in and say, "Topics over!" Let me get this straight, being in the sunlight is healthy, it makes our food grow, and basically supports all life. But for some reason looking at it during the correct times is automatically labeled as moronic? You who say such things have obviously not tried doing so. And then they contend that even if you do try it once, over time it will cause damage, which is the opposite of what I am saying. It takes time to see the effects. It is like building a muscle, or losing weight.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on January 20, 2017, 09:59:34 AM
The topics over. You fell for the unsound YouTube videos.

Lol Says the random poster to the OP. Ill try that next time you start a thread, just jump in and say, "Topics over!" Let me get this straight, being in the sunlight is healthy, it makes our food grow, and basically supports all life. But for some reason looking at it during the correct times is automatically labeled as moronic? You who say such things have obviously not tried doing so. And then they contend that even if you do try it once, over time it will cause damage, which is the opposite of what I am saying. It takes time to see the effects. It is like building a muscle, or losing weight.
Have you checked the sun's UV emission yet?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 20, 2017, 12:03:29 PM
Is that going to tell me wether or not sungazing is healthy in the long run, or are you just posting to post?
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Post by: sokarul on January 20, 2017, 01:13:20 PM
What do you think?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 20, 2017, 02:47:35 PM
I think your lack of an answer is an answer enough for me!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 20, 2017, 02:59:31 PM
"Lets attack the person instead of his topic!! Blllaaargghh Ill even post his statistics!! Look at the way he acts! Hes either 15 or 65!!! Im smart!"  - The last few posts.
I don't care if you are 15 or 65.
The only thing I've objected to is your hypocrisy in calling so many others liars when it looks as though you might be trying to deceive us in your profile.
And of course you claim respect for God and the Scriptures, then use what I think is quite inappropriate language, even to the content of your current signature.
I don't really care what people think of you, but I do care what people might think of God and the Scriptures.
In the end I would honestly rather respect you and your arguments, but you make the first very difficult, and never seem to present any logical arguments.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 20, 2017, 03:38:16 PM
Logic? The sun supports all life, without it we would die. But we are taught to hide from it, and never look at it from an early age. Nothing more. Thats it. Nothing about how its effects our health. How is hiding and ignoring any research about the very source of our life logical?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 20, 2017, 06:36:41 PM
Logic? The sun supports all life, without it we would die.
Quite true. I agree 100%.

Quote from: Arealhumanbeing
But we are taught to hide from it, and never look at it from an early age. Nothing more. Thats it.
Partly true, but it is definitely a fact that exposure to excess direct sunlight is harmful.
Queensland isn't the world's melanoma capital for no reason.
This is largely due to a fairly large population in a sub-tropical region with very high solar UV radiation.

I believe that part of this is due to the current lifestyle. Many people spend all week in an office with no exposure to the sun, then lie all day in the sun on the beach with too little protection. It's just asking for trouble.

This problem has been exacerbated by the Cancer Council's earlier message where all exposure was deemed harmful, to the extent that people in the southern states (esp Tasmania) were showing signs of diseases resulting from vitamin D deficiency.
The message is finally getting through that some sun exposure is necessary.

Also in the days when many people worked on the land, they built up sufficient melanin (suntan) to give a high degree of natural protection,

Quote from: Arealhumanbeing
Nothing about how its effects our health. How is hiding and ignoring any research about the very source of our life logical?
I don't believe anyone is hiding anything, but some groups overemphasise one risk and ignore others.

Looking at a very early sun may be safe, but I would not recommend looking directly at the mid-day sun.

The sun might be "the very source of our life", but that does not mean that we need excessive exposure to it.
What it does do is provide all of the energy needed to sustain all (or almost all) life on earth.
Our direct exposure assists in the production of certain vitamins and has some other benifits.

From what I have read lately there is another aspect of exposure. Proper eye development needs exposure to bright light for a long period each day (hours). This is important during the time up till the early twenties and many people do not get this. Obviously many do not get this, though the message is finally being presented.
This lack of exposure has been blamed for the rapid increase in the incidence of myopia (shortsightedness) in teens and young adults.

Enough health advice, from a non-health expert!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 21, 2017, 09:13:19 AM
The message is finally getting through that some sun exposure is necessary.

Looking at a very early sun may be safe, but I would not recommend looking directly at the mid-day sun.

So is the very late sun. Not only is it safe, but very healthy.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on January 21, 2017, 10:07:44 AM
What benifits do you personally experience when you look at the sun?

Do you simply feel better, as in your mood changes?

Can you refrain from eating while looking at the sun, as one of your articles suggests?

Is it important to be barefoot, as one of your articles suggests?

You only say "it is good for you," without ever going into detail about what benifits one is supposed to receive.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 22, 2017, 03:27:05 AM
Before you can undestand the benefits, you must understand the function of the pineal gland.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on January 22, 2017, 01:14:08 PM
Enlighten me, what is the purpose of the pineal gland?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 22, 2017, 01:33:29 PM
Enlighten me, what is the purpose of the pineal gland?

The pineal gland is the window to the soul. Many refer to it as the third eye.

Personally, I believe it is the pineal gland that connects us with all other living things.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: TheRealBillNye on January 22, 2017, 05:22:51 PM
Enlighten me, what is the purpose of the pineal gland?

The pineal gland is the window to the soul. Many refer to it as the third eye.

Personally, I believe it is the pineal gland that connects us with all other living things.

How does this relate to staring at the sun?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 23, 2017, 07:42:30 AM
Because sungazing is healthy for your pineal gland!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on January 23, 2017, 09:08:06 AM
Yeah ok dude.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 23, 2017, 09:17:14 AM
Oh i feel tired all the time, oh i just dont have that get up and go like i used to, oh i have headaches so often, oh im just not in the mood. Sound like you? Youre a victim of a malicious regime who want you sedated and docile like livestock to be taken advantage of. WAKE UP. The pineal gland governs your thoughts, when you are tired, when you are enerergetic, when you are content, even when you are sexually aroused. This regime wants that part of you screwed up!!! THEY want to govern your thoughts! THEY want to dictate what you do. Take back your mind! Heal your body from the inside out. Start sungazing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on January 23, 2017, 10:41:04 AM
Can you tell me how much this has helped you? How often do you stare at sun? How much of a difference have you been able to document?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 23, 2017, 02:46:35 PM
Oh i feel tired all the time, oh i just dont have that get up and go like i used to, oh i have headaches so often, oh im just not in the mood. Sound like you?

Not at all. Every morning I rise feeling fully rested, usually between 6 and 7. I never drink caffeine, but because of my relatively healthy diet and exercise regimen I rarely feel fatigued.

My mental and physical health are paramount, and that has nothing to do with whether I gaze at the sun or not. You may continue pursuing such ventures as you will, and if you notice anything noteworthy let us know.

Try not to sound like a commercial next time.

 "Sound like you?" You sound like Billy Mays.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 23, 2017, 02:49:35 PM
Good for you, mr.pineal. What a name right? Surely you knew about the gland before you signed up for this site? Where did you get such a fascination with that specific body part?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Lonegranger on January 23, 2017, 03:35:52 PM
Oh i feel tired all the time, oh i just dont have that get up and go like i used to, oh i have headaches so often, oh im just not in the mood. Sound like you? Youre a victim of a malicious regime who want you sedated and docile like livestock to be taken advantage of. WAKE UP. The pineal gland governs your thoughts, when you are tired, when you are enerergetic, when you are content, even when you are sexually aroused. This regime wants that part of you screwed up!!! THEY want to govern your thoughts! THEY want to dictate what you do. Take back your mind! Heal your body from the inside out. Start sungazing.

Paranoia  in action or what?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 23, 2017, 03:59:45 PM
Good for you, mr.pineal. What a name right? Surely you knew about the gland before you signed up for this site? Where did you get such a fascination with that specific body part?

Let's keep this on topic, shall we? If you'd like to start a thread about the pineal gland, feel free to do so.

This thread is about sungazing. If you wish to talk about the pineal gland, start by explaining how the pineal gland and sungazing are related.

What specific benifits do you personally experience from continued daily sungazing?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on January 23, 2017, 04:33:31 PM
Good for you, mr.pineal. What a name right? Surely you knew about the gland before you signed up for this site? Where did you get such a fascination with that specific body part?

Let's keep this on topic, shall we? If you'd like to start a thread about the pineal gland, feel free to do so.

This thread is about sungazing. If you wish to talk about the pineal gland, start by explaining how the pineal gland and sungazing are related.

What specific benifits do you personally experience from continued daily sungazing?
It's this particular question that has been asked of him over and over again. And he keeps strangely quiet, yet you'd think someone who would post such a topic as this would have something to say about their own personal experiences.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Elusive Rabbit on January 23, 2017, 04:36:05 PM
Sometimes someones word is more convincing than evidence from the most reputable source.

I only got a few replies down in the thread before finding this gem.

Yeah, no; that's not how it works, Arealhumanbeing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 23, 2017, 05:07:23 PM
At the moment the pineal gland is the topic! How did it get there? Your continued questioning about what benefits there are to sungazing! Thats how! I told you already, to understand the benefits of sungazing you must understand the function of the pineal gland. Why do most of seem to intentionally ignore where the thread has been and is going? Its like your only goal is to distract and detract!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 23, 2017, 05:09:50 PM
As far as not answering my question mr.pineal, ill just chalk that up to "i picked this username to seem open minded about things"
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on January 23, 2017, 05:33:17 PM
At the moment the pineal gland is the topic! How did it get there? Your continued questioning about what benefits there are to sungazing! Thats how! I told you already, to understand the benefits of sungazing you must understand the function of the pineal gland. Why do most of seem to intentionally ignore where the thread has been and is going? Its like your only goal is to distract and detract!

Any scientific evidence or is it because youtubers said so?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 23, 2017, 07:12:32 PM
At the moment the pineal gland is the topic! How did it get there? Your continued questioning about what benefits there are to sungazing! Thats how! I told you already, to understand the benefits of sungazing you must understand the function of the pineal gland. Why do most of seem to intentionally ignore where the thread has been and is going? Its like your only goal is to distract and detract!

If you pay attention, I asked you a direct question regarding the specific relationship between sungazing and the pineal gland.

As to my username, I have been fascinated with the pineal gland for many years now. As you may know, the pineal gland is known for producing melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep patterns. What most people don't know is the pineal gland is also responsible for producing DMT, a chemical produced in very small quantities during REM cycles, and in very large concentrations just before death and during near-death experiences.

I, among many others, believe the pineal gland to be the window to the soul. Personally, I believe that the human consciousness itself resides in this gland. During death, the pineal gland produces huge amounts of DMT, allowing the body and soul to separate. Anybody who has experienced the effects of DMT will tell you the same.

What I don't know is what sungazing does for the pineal gland. Why don't you enlighten us?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 24, 2017, 04:22:39 AM

I, among many others, believe the pineal gland to be the window to the soul.
Whatever that means.

Why are you so biased against the other endocrine glands?  You seem to be a glandist.

I blame that Des Carts bloke.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 24, 2017, 08:04:50 AM
I keep telling you what it does. The pineal is the origin of all human thought, and sungazing strengthens it immensely. Why? The pineal is light sensitive, thats why its also called the third eye! So by exercising the seat of your soul, your soul is strengthened.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on January 24, 2017, 08:22:56 AM


Any scientific evidence or is it because youtubers said so?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on January 24, 2017, 10:54:58 AM


Any scientific evidence or is it because youtubers said so?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on January 24, 2017, 01:33:42 PM
I keep telling you what it does.


Babies keep shitting their diaper. Same thing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 24, 2017, 02:42:25 PM
I keep telling you what it does. The pineal is the origin of all human thought, and sungazing strengthens it immensely. Why? The pineal is light sensitive, thats why its also called the third eye! So by exercising the seat of your soul, your soul is strengthened.
I am afraid your keeping on telling us means nothing at all, unless you claim to be a 15-year-old scientist who is also an endocrinologist, or a least someone with a medical background.

Of course, if you gave the source of your information, it would help your case a lot!

Quote from: Robert M. Sargis MD, PhD
An Overview of the Pineal Gland
Maintaining Circadian Rhythym
For being such a tiny structure, the pineal gland has a colorful and misunderstood history. It’s considered a somewhat mysterious organ, as its function was discovered last of the endocrine glands.
 
The pineal gland was once dubbed the “third eye,” which originated for many reasons, ranging from its location deep in the center of the brain to its connection to light. Also, the French philosopher and mathematician René Descartes was fascinated with the pineal gland. He even regarded it as the “principal seat of the soul, and the place in which all our thoughts are formed.” However, his observations have been widely rejected.

From An Overview of the Pineal Gland, Maintaining Circadian Rhythym (https://www.endocrineweb.com/endocrinology/overview-pineal-gland)

Note: "French philosopher and mathematician René Descartes was fascinated with the pineal gland. He even regarded it as the “principal seat of the soul, and the place in which all our thoughts are formed.” However, his observations have been widely rejected."

I would not regard a 17th century "French philosopher and mathematician", even René Descartes, as an authority on the function of endocrine glands.

And
Quote from: Wikipedia, numerous references
Pineal gland
The pineal gland, also known as the pineal body, conarium or epiphysis cerebri, is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. The shape of the gland resembles a pine cone, hence its name. The pineal gland is located in the epithalamus, near the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres, tucked in a groove where the two halves of the thalamus join. The pineal gland produces melatonin, a serotonin derived hormone which modulates sleep patterns in both circadian and seasonal cycles.
Much, much more in
Wikipedia, Pineal gland (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pineal_gland) and
Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, Human pineal physiology and functional significance of melatonin (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0091302204000196)

No, Arealhumanbeing , your say so means nothing!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 25, 2017, 12:33:25 AM

I, among many others, believe the pineal gland to be the window to the soul.
Whatever that means.

Why are you so biased against the other endocrine glands?  You seem to be a glandist.

I blame that Des Carts bloke.

I am certainly not biased against other endocrine glands, but the pineal gland is the only gland capable of producing dimethyltriptamine, also known as the spirit molecule. It is a little understood gland, and I believe there will be many discoveries regarding this pineal gland in the future.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 25, 2017, 04:08:12 AM

I, among many others, believe the pineal gland to be the window to the soul.
Whatever that means.

Why are you so biased against the other endocrine glands?  You seem to be a glandist.

I blame that Des Carts bloke.

I am certainly not biased against other endocrine glands
You seem to be.  There's like 8 major glands, and you are biased for one.  Glandism is a terrible thing.

Quote
but the pineal gland is the only gland capable of producing dimethyltriptamine
Well, maybe.

Quote
and I believe there will be many discoveries regarding this pineal gland in the future.
Well, believe away - but that's just speculation.

Anyway, I'm off outside to take out my pineal gland and expose it to some sunlight.  Gonna give it a good scrubbing with a toothbrush and some baking soda - get it in tip top shape.   Doing the testes tomorrow.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 25, 2017, 08:34:30 AM
Lemme know how that toothbrush feels in your skull. Probably a little like death. Anyhoo, wouldnt you say that if that one gland didnt exist, we wouldnt? Isnt that a pretty important gland, jimmythecrabby?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 25, 2017, 08:54:45 AM
Lemme know how that toothbrush feels in your skull.
Let me know how all that sunlight feels inside your skull.   ::)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 25, 2017, 09:10:31 AM
It feels freeing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 25, 2017, 10:49:21 AM
but the pineal gland is the only gland capable of producing dimethyltriptamine
Well, maybe.

No, not maybe. Do a little research. The pineal gland is the only gland that has ever been observed to produce DMT in vertebrate creatures.

In other vertebrate creatures, the pineal gland has photoreceptor cells, which is why it is sometimes called a third eye.

Still, over stimulation of such cells will cause irreparable damage. Looking directly at the sun is not recommended, especially since ARHB cannot tell you any specific benifits.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on January 25, 2017, 11:06:50 AM
but the pineal gland is the only gland capable of producing dimethyltriptamine
Well, maybe.

No, not maybe. Do a little research. The pineal gland is the only gland that has ever been observed to produce DMT in vertebrate creatures.

In other vertebrate creatures, the pineal gland has photoreceptor cells, which is why it is sometimes called a third eye.

Still, over stimulation of such cells will cause irreparable damage. Looking directly at the sun is not recommended, especially since ARHB cannot tell you any specific benifits.
I'm curious, how far have you researched DMT? Beyond the Netflix special I assume? I was surprised to find out how many plants contain DMT to one extent or another. And just how relatively easy it is to extract.
Also, most if not all reptiles have a visible "3rd eye". Whether or not it's connected to the pineal gland and the extent of its function, I cannot say for sure..
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 25, 2017, 11:26:57 AM
The 3rd eye present in some reptile species is directly tied to the pineal gland. This 3rd eye is sometimes called the parapineal gland. Reptiles use this gland to regulate body temperature and produce hormones like melatonin.

Indeed, DMT exists in some concentration in almost every single living thing on Earth. South Americans have been extracting the substance from various tree barks for spiritual purposes for millenia.

I have personally taken DMT on several separate occasions, and I can attest to the spiritual qualities of the stuff.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on January 25, 2017, 11:37:47 AM
Mimosa Hostilis and Acacia Confusa are 2 of the more well known species of root bark, known to a few North Americans  ;)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 25, 2017, 05:29:46 PM
I have personally taken DMT on several separate occasions, and I can attest to the spiritual qualities of the stuff.

You are a fool. DMT is meant to be produced in the body, not taken externally. Sun gazing provides the pineal with the energy required to create a nourish the body with its own naturally made chemicals.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 25, 2017, 07:46:44 PM
You are a fool. DMT is meant to be produced in the body, not taken externally. Sun gazing provides the pineal with the energy required to create a nourish the body with its own naturally made chemicals.
It was certainly a harrowing experience. Not for the faint of heart. I wouldn't recommend you use such substances until your mind is fully developed; at 15 you mind isn't mature enough to handle such an experience.

Unless you are dying, or near death, the pineal gland only produces trace amounts of DMT, and its primary function is melatonin production. The pineal gland produces the same amount of melatonin regardless of the amount of sungazing you do.

Which specific chemicals do you think are aided by sungazing?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 26, 2017, 02:21:52 AM
but the pineal gland is the only gland capable of producing dimethyltriptamine
Well, maybe.

No, not maybe. Do a little research.
I have - there is one study from 2013 that found evidence for the production of DMT in the pineal gland of mice.  No studies show a direct correlation in humans.  So, maybe is correct.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 26, 2017, 02:54:08 AM
What I find quite funny that there is this topic
Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=54468.msg1342369#msg1342369) by  Lord Wilmore, Vice President, Administrator
and this present topic
Looking at the sun is good for you. (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68636.msg1846674#msg1846674)

Yet moonlight is simply reflected sunlight, of almost the same spectrum, with full moonlight about 1/360,000 of direct sunlight.

Every time I see "Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions", I have a little chuckle.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 26, 2017, 07:00:48 AM

Every time I see "Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions", I have a little chuckle.
Well, it is a joke, so it has probably achieved it's intended purpose.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 26, 2017, 10:07:59 AM
You are a fool. DMT is meant to be produced in the body, not taken externally. Sun gazing provides the pineal with the energy required to create a nourish the body with its own naturally made chemicals.
It was certainly a harrowing experience. Not for the faint of heart. I wouldn't recommend you use such substances until your mind is fully developed; at 15 you mind isn't mature enough to handle such an experience.

Unless you are dying, or near death, the pineal gland only produces trace amounts of DMT, and its primary function is melatonin production. The pineal gland produces the same amount of melatonin regardless of the amount of sungazing you do.

Which specific chemicals do you think are aided by sungazing?

You are making youself look foolish! You admit that the pineal only makes trace amounts of DMT but promote the comsumption of large amounts of man made versions of it. Its like saying steroids are a viable alternative option to natural excersise. Go rot your brain if you want, but ill advise against it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 26, 2017, 10:41:58 AM
DMT is nothing like steroids, but I'll chalk that up to child-like ignorance. You still have yet to explain why sungazing is good for the pineal gland.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 26, 2017, 10:44:38 AM
but the pineal gland is the only gland capable of producing dimethyltriptamine
Well, maybe.

No, not maybe. Do a little research.
I have - there is one study from 2013 that found evidence for the production of DMT in the pineal gland of mice.  No studies show a direct correlation in humans.  So, maybe is correct.

Not maybe, but very probably. The only reason why we haven't found trace amounts of DMT in the human pineal gland is because no such study exists. While it has not yet been proven, I staunchly believe the pineal gland is the source of DMT in humans as well as mice.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on January 26, 2017, 11:30:53 AM
Yeah DMT is nothing like any steroidal compound. That's just ignorant. It comes from plants, ie nature. It's relatively easy to extract (emphasis on relatively). You wouldn't call vanilla or caffeine man made would you? Of course not.
And he wasn't promoting the consumption of large amounts of it. That just further shows your stupidity. In fact, I believe he advised against it, did he not? This stuff must be measured out in milligrams, and it is a VERY strong hallucinogen. One must be very careful and respective of the compound, this isn't for everyone.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on January 26, 2017, 11:59:40 AM
If Arealhumanbeing likes a penile glad on his forehead so be it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 26, 2017, 12:32:50 PM

Every time I see "Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions", I have a little chuckle.
Well, it is a joke, so it has probably achieved it's intended purpose.

We think it a joke on Zetetic "science", but do they?
Moonlight: Scientific & Zetetic Perspectives

The question of the Moon's capacity to harm or endanger humans was largely ignored by scientists during the late 19th century and for much of the 20th century, no doubt due to their belief that the Moon was a dead world that merely reflected the light of the Sun. The general public's increasing ignorance was perhaps as a result of increased electrification, and a resulting decrease in awareness with respect to the all-pervasive nature of the Moon's rays, which no doubt would have been more obvious prior to the advent of continuous street-lighting (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Street_light#History) and reliable portable illumination such as flashlights (http://#t=3m31s).

Nevertheless, the experiences of sensitive professions (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_effect#Law_and_order) forced scientists to examine the Moon's capacity to affect human behaviour. The resulting research has provoked considerable debate (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_effect#Scientific_research_on_the_theory) within the scientific community, with many scientists affirming the Moon's power, and others contesting their results. However, given the methodological flaws of the scientific method (http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=48821.0), such dispute is far from surprising.

In contrast, since the creation of the Zetetic Method (http://www.sacred-texts.com/earth/za/za04.htm), its followers have had no doubt as to the power of the Moon and the dangers presented by Moonlight. In his seminal treatise, Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe, Dr Samuel Birley Rowbotham determined not only that the Moon's rays are of a different and independent composition to those of the Sun (http://www.sacred-texts.com/earth/za/za29.htm#fr_31), but also that exposure to its rays can prove most injurious, resulting in the spoiling of food such that it is dangerous to eat, and that it can even cause blindness if direct exposure to its rays is prolonged. The Moon's capacity to damage terrestrial flora (which is exposed to Moonlight more often and more regularly than most humans) has been established not only by Zetetics in the 19th century (http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=29431.msg713325#msg713325), but also by contemporary (http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=34082.0) researchers (http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=36906.0). Moreover, a number of Zetetics (http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=46634.0) have observed a variety of detrimental health effects under its influence, such that within the Zetetic community there is a broad consensus regarding the Moon's capacity to harm biological lifeforms with its bioluminescent rays (http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=31831.0).
Rowbotham clearly did not think it was a joke, and his writings have a profound influence on many flat earthers.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 26, 2017, 01:20:28 PM

We think it a joke on Zetetic "science", but do they?
Yes, none of the original FES members here actually believed the earth was flat - it was essentially role playing, creating debates, and having fun with people.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 26, 2017, 02:12:01 PM
DMT is nothing like steroids, but I'll chalk that up to child-like ignorance. You still have yet to explain why sungazing is good for the pineal gland.

You are a liar. I have explained why. Child like ignorance? Im not the one promoting hallucinogenic drugs.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on January 26, 2017, 02:42:29 PM
DMT is nothing like steroids, but I'll chalk that up to child-like ignorance. You still have yet to explain why sungazing is good for the pineal gland.

You are a liar. I have explained why. Child like ignorance? Im not the one promoting hallucinogenic drugs.
If you've explained it can you quote it? Because I'm having trouble finding it. You sure do like to call other people liars for no good reason. That's a pretty sorry thing to do.
And nowhere do I see ANYONE promoting drugs. Discussing them and promoting their use or abuse are 2 very different things, and it doesn't appear that you are capable of grasping that fact.
If anything I'd say you are the one lying.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 26, 2017, 04:59:36 PM
DMT is nothing like steroids, but I'll chalk that up to child-like ignorance. You still have yet to explain why sungazing is good for the pineal gland.
You are a liar.
Looks like all the world's a liar, except "that foul-mouthed 15-year-old scientist", AKA Arealhumanbeing.
Come clean now! I know that you are "foul-mouthed", but are you "15 years old" or are you "a scientist" - which is it? I do not believe that both are correct.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on January 26, 2017, 05:26:13 PM
Can I stare at a photograph of the sun outside in bright sunlight over an extended period of time and gain the same benefit?

Or do I need the brutal retina burning intensity of staring directly at the sun to feel good and be healthy?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 26, 2017, 05:26:53 PM
If you want to pretend as though ayahuasca use has no value, continue to live in your fantasy land.

You ignore all the cancer patients who have come to terms with death because of ayahuasca.

You ignore all the heroin addicts who are able to see their destructive habits from a new angle and choose a new life path, thanks to ayahuasca.

You are young, so I realize you have very little experience in life thus far.

Those who have told you that psychedelics are harmful to your mind are the same ones who abused such substances in the name of mind control. Open your eyes. You have been lied to.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 26, 2017, 05:30:52 PM
I keep telling you what it does. The pineal is the origin of all human thought, and sungazing strengthens it immensely. Why? The pineal is light sensitive, thats why its also called the third eye! So by exercising the seat of your soul, your soul is strengthened.

You do realize that the pineal gland of humans is not photoreceptive, right? You're thinking of reptiles.

The human pineal gland has no direct connection to the eyes. Your views are foolish and misguided.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on January 27, 2017, 08:52:13 AM
Lolol what makes you people think you can just lie, lie, lie and nobody will notice?

The human pineal does indeed have photoreceptors.

I have personally taken DMT on several separate occasions, and I can attest to the spiritual qualities of the stuff.

Take some more you drug addict! Lol No wonder youre a lying fool!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on January 27, 2017, 10:19:18 AM
So you have no brain and that's how light makes it to the gland?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 27, 2017, 04:50:25 PM
Think back, who was it that told you psychedelics were harmful? Your teacher? Your government?

Keep shilling your paranoid delusions. Psychedelics, used in moderation, can be beneficial.

Just like sungazing, right?  ::)

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on January 27, 2017, 05:53:32 PM

Psychedelics, used in moderation, can be beneficial.



And chewing on lead based paint chips. Dipped in guacomole, yum!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on January 27, 2017, 06:19:01 PM
Think back, who was it that told you psychedelics were harmful? Your teacher? Your government?

Keep shilling your paranoid delusions. Psychedelics, used in moderation, can be beneficial.

Just like sungazing, right?  ::)
"Psychedelics, Helps depression.", "Psychedelic drugs helps people face death." New Scientist, 10 December 2016, p 8.

The trouble is that government over-reaction has made drug problems worse and given drug cartels and dealers enormous wealth.
With one side-effect being a blanket ban on medical research on these substances. This very slowly changing.

There is undoubtedly a massive drug problem at present, but just trying to cut-off supply has done even a more damage than the prohibition of alcohol.

People are human and don't react kindly to bans of this sort by governments and many rebel. All that can be done is to try to educate people into the dangers of excesses in all areas.

Personally, I am against mind-altering drugs and excessive alcohol (the most damaging mind-altering drug around), but people are human individuals.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on January 27, 2017, 08:17:40 PM

Psychedelics, used in moderation, can be beneficial.



And chewing on lead based paint chips. Dipped in guacomole, yum!

 ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on January 28, 2017, 03:19:40 AM
Psychedelics, used in moderation, can be beneficial.

For some people.  For others they can be a terrible idea.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on January 28, 2017, 11:03:24 AM
Psychedelics, used in moderation, can be beneficial.

For some people.  For others they can be a terrible idea.

Of course. I was trying to illustrate a point about sungazing, most people seem to have missed that.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 01, 2017, 07:51:52 AM
Of course. I was trying to illustrate a point about sungazing, most people seem to have missed that.


Wait... Mr. Pineal, do you mean to say you now believe sungazing is beneficial? Huzzah! Funny though, just a few posts ago you claimed...
Your views are foolish and misguided.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 01, 2017, 06:01:10 PM
And the lairs and silent in the face of the truth.

Raise your hand if youve seen the curve of Earth.

(No hands rise)

Earth is flat.

Dont believe me?

Go find the curve on your own.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on February 01, 2017, 08:43:31 PM
This thread is not about finding the curve. This thread is about how staring at the sun is somehow good for you.

I can point to studies done by John's Hopkins University promoting the use of psychedelics in cancer patients to help with their anxiety and general outlook upon death.

Can you show us any reliable information regarding sungazing and any related health benifits?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 01, 2017, 09:52:18 PM
And the lairs and silent in the face of the truth.
Still haven't worked out what a lair is? Try a dictionary and what does "lairs and silent" even mean?

By the way on the Globe,
if you were standing on a tiny island in the middle of the ocean the horizon would look perfectly flat and level all 360° around you.
I'll leave you to work out why, but you could look at
Proving the Earth is not Flat - Part 1 - The Horizon VoysovReason (http://)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on February 02, 2017, 08:25:39 AM
And the lairs and silent in the face of the truth.

Raise your hand if youve seen the curve of Earth.

(No hands rise)

Earth is flat.

Dont believe me?

Go find the curve on your own.
I see the horizon all the time.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 02, 2017, 08:27:33 AM
This thread is not about finding the curve. This thread is about how staring at the sun is somehow good for you.

I can point to studies done by John's Hopkins University promoting the use of psychedelics in cancer patients to help with their anxiety and general outlook upon death.

Can you show us any reliable information regarding sungazing and any related health benifits?

Do you have cancer? Is that why youre a DMT addict?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on February 03, 2017, 10:39:36 AM
This thread is not about finding the curve. This thread is about how staring at the sun is somehow good for you.

I can point to studies done by John's Hopkins University promoting the use of psychedelics in cancer patients to help with their anxiety and general outlook upon death.

Can you show us any reliable information regarding sungazing and any related health benifits?

Do you have cancer? Is that why youre a DMT addict?
Are you stupid? Is that why you stare at the sun? Stop lying. Earth is not flat.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 03, 2017, 03:05:47 PM
Haha A well thought out mature answer, by somebody else? Are you Pineals alt?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on February 03, 2017, 06:35:43 PM
This thread is not about finding the curve. This thread is about how staring at the sun is somehow good for you.

I can point to studies done by John's Hopkins University promoting the use of psychedelics in cancer patients to help with their anxiety and general outlook upon death.

Can you show us any reliable information regarding sungazing and any related health benifits?

Do you have cancer? Is that why youre a DMT addict?

I have done DMT twice in my life, 3 years apart. I hardly consider that an addiction.

If you knew anything at all beyond what your Masters tell you, you would know that psychedelics aren't habit forming.

Nice dodge though. You still can't find any reliable information regarding the health benifits of sungazing, can you?

Psychedelics are objectively better for your health than staring at the sun. End of story.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 11, 2017, 07:36:30 AM
I have personally taken DMT on several separate occasions, and I can attest to the spiritual qualities of the stuff.

I have done DMT twice in my life, 3 years apart. I hardly consider that an addiction.

You must be high on DMT while posting... Or youre a lying shill with mutliple accounts and cant keep track of their fake personalities.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 11, 2017, 03:25:21 PM
I have personally taken DMT on several separate occasions, and I can attest to the spiritual qualities of the stuff.

I have done DMT twice in my life, 3 years apart. I hardly consider that an addiction.

You must be high on DMT while posting... Or youre a lying shill with mutliple accounts and cant keep track of their fake personalities.
You must be . . . . . . . . .  a lying shill with mutliple accounts and cant keep track of their fake personalities.
Which one are you now? The 15-year old kid or the scientist? Or can't you tell them apart by now?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Pineal on February 11, 2017, 04:25:32 PM
The fact that you think you can post anything while under the effects of DMT proves how blithely ignorant you are.

Keep swallowing what the establishment tells you.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 12, 2017, 06:06:18 PM
Yeah... Dont do drugs. Or youll end up a lying sucko like mr pineal who cant even remember his own life.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 12, 2017, 06:16:51 PM
Yeah... Dont do drugs. Or youll end up a lying sucko like mr pineal who cant even remember his own life.

Psychedelics can open your mind.

Too much of anything is harmful.

The fact that you think you can post anything while under the effects of DMT proves how blithely ignorant you are.

Keep swallowing what the establishment tells you.

Also this.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 12, 2017, 06:46:44 PM
Yeah... Dont do drugs. Or youll end up a lying sucko like mr pineal who cant even remember his own life.
Let me fix your punctuation.
"Don't do drugs. Or you'll end up a lying sucko like Mr Pineal who can't even remember his own life."
There, does that look better  ::) ::) Mr Perfecthumanbeing! ::) ::)

What are you on then, when you don't seem to even know your age? You still claim you are  ;D 15 years old  ;D and claim that you are a  ::) Scientist  ::) ::)!
And yet you have the audacity to call so many others liars (or was it lairs?)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 15, 2017, 09:17:13 AM
Lol you fix punctuation but also use a bunch of smileys? Maybe you should increase your vocabulary instead of fixing minor errors.

Yes, Rabinoz, you are a liar, and a deciever, and a shill paid to be here.

You dont want people sun gazing because that would open all their eyes and thoughts to the truth, which would ultimately be your demise.  :'(
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on February 15, 2017, 09:39:41 AM
How many sungazers see the sun change its angular size by a noticeable amount?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 15, 2017, 10:18:29 AM
Not by the naked eye, but through mechanical aid, it is possible to see it shrink by a few degrees, indiciating a flat Earth.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on February 15, 2017, 11:45:15 AM
Lol
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 15, 2017, 01:48:17 PM
Not by the naked eye, but through mechanical aid, it is possible to see it shrink by a few degrees, indiciating a flat Earth.
Completely made up fantasy!

That would be quite impossible "see it shrink by a few degrees" as the sun's angular size is just over 0.5° to start with!

The angular size of the sun varies from 31′31″ to a maximum of 32′33″ during the year as the sun's distance varies slightly.

You have seen these before, but take another look!

The following screen shots do an excellent job of proving that the sun size does not change during the day!
(http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%20%2009.30%2048xZoom_zpscotyaspw.jpg)  (http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2010.00%2048xZoom_zps77dhvy0p.jpg)  (http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2011.00%2048xZoom_zpspfb3vsiz.jpg)  (http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2012.00%2048xZoom_zpsb3rppgyf.jpg)  (http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2013.00%2048xZoom_zpsfpcdnvky.jpg) 
(http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2014.00%2048xZoom_zps1cshxmbj.jpg)  (http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2015.00%2048xZoom_zpsgk51nozr.jpg)  (http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2017.00%2048xZoom_zps3wayd4qo.jpg)  (http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2018.00%2048xZoom_zpsvaiszxhy.jpg)  (http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%2019.00%2048xZoom_zpsewsphkoz.jpg)
(http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w433/RabDownunder/Sun%20Size/20160711%20-%20Sun%20Conclusion_zpsgohje0li.jpg)
More detail in The Constancy of the Angular size of the Sun « on: August 25, 2016, 02:12:47 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=67791.msg1813098#msg1813098)

Now, YOU present your evidence for your claim that "through mechanical aid, it is possible to see it shrink by a few degrees, indiciating a flat Earth."
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on February 15, 2017, 10:24:49 PM
Yes, Rabinoz, you are a liar, and a deciever, and a shill paid to be here.

If this is true Rab, can you PM me the contact info of your employer? I wanna get paid too!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 16, 2017, 12:36:04 AM
Yes, Rabinoz, you are a liar, and a deciever, and a shill paid to be here.

If this is true Rab, can you PM me the contact info of your employer? I wanna get paid too!
>:( >:( "Not on your Nellie!" >:( >:(
It's mine, mine , mine all mine!
I risked my life at İntikam's hand and my sanity at Arealhumanbeing's for all that filthy lucre.
(http://images.clipartpanda.com/money-bag-clipart-green-money-bag-hi.png)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 16, 2017, 02:08:21 AM
Yes, Rabinoz, you are a liar, and a deciever, and a shill paid to be here.

You are a kid with absolutely no life experience and less logic. You would do well to respect people far more educated and experienced.

Even if someone disagrees with you doesn't mean you can't learn from them.

If you think Rab is actually paid to be here you are an idiot.

inb4 "you're a shill too."

I lol'd nice meme.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on February 16, 2017, 09:40:23 AM
What I find quite funny that there is this topic
Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=54468.msg1342369#msg1342369) by  Lord Wilmore, Vice President, Administrator
and this present topic
Looking at the sun is good for you. (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68636.msg1846674#msg1846674)

Yet moonlight is simply reflected sunlight, of almost the same spectrum, with full moonlight about 1/360,000 of direct sunlight.

Every time I see "Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions", I have a little chuckle.

The Flat Earth Society does not endorse staring at the sun or the moon.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 16, 2017, 05:34:48 PM
What I find quite funny that there is this topic
Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=54468.msg1342369#msg1342369) by  Lord Wilmore, Vice President, Administrator
and this present topic
Looking at the sun is good for you. (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68636.msg1846674#msg1846674)

Yet moonlight is simply reflected sunlight, of almost the same spectrum, with full moonlight about 1/360,000 of direct sunlight.

Every time I see "Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions", I have a little chuckle.

The Flat Earth Society does not endorse staring at the sun or the moon.

Agreed, but that does make The Flat Earth Society seem a bit weird, when
Moonlight is simply reflected sunlight, of almost the same spectrum, with full moonlight about 1/360,000 of direct sunlight.
So as I said every time I see "Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions", I have a little chuckle.

;D ;D Still, I guess it's a wise precaution to "not endorse staring at . . . . the moon". One never knows how many werewolves might be in your ranks.  ;D ;D
What with members with names like blackestsheep (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/avr/avatar_1461579_1482966916.png), Weerwolf, MaNaeSWolf (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/avr/avatar_1022829_1429718346.png) (er, maybe not!) and Wolf (http://nimax-img.de/Produktbilder/thumb/13770_0.jpg).

::) ::)  You can't be too careful! Just imagine İntikam under a full moon - doesn't bear thinking about!   ::) ::)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Space Cowgirl on February 16, 2017, 05:39:29 PM
I just realized that MaNaeSWolf is mayonnaise wolf. He probably spent too much time in the moonlight. 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Son of Orospu on February 16, 2017, 08:52:03 PM
I just realized that MaNaeSWolf is mayonnaise wolf. He probably spent too much time in the moonlight. 

We have been warning people for years. 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 16, 2017, 09:51:05 PM
I just realized that MaNaeSWolf is mayonnaise wolf. He probably spent too much time in the moonlight. 
We have been warning people for years.
;D ;D Sure, we can't have wolves turning into mayonnaise or people turning into werewolves. That would never do!  ;D ;D

:P I do hope that John Davis gets his NS Particle filtering glasses to market soon as I'd love feel safe under the full moon.  :P

<< Made it less tongue-in-cheek >>
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on February 16, 2017, 11:22:13 PM
Yes, Rabinoz, you are a liar, and a deciever, and a shill paid to be here.

If this is true Rab, can you PM me the contact info of your employer? I wanna get paid too!
>:( >:( "Not on your Nellie!" >:( >:(
It's mine, mine , mine all mine!
I risked my life at İntikam's hand and my sanity at Arealhumanbeing's for all that filthy lucre.
(http://images.clipartpanda.com/money-bag-clipart-green-money-bag-hi.png)

I have to agree with you there! You've certainly earned every penny!

 I'm still lookin for a way to get paid though. There seems to be incessant talk about it but when I try to find out how I can get in on it, everyone suddenly has nothin to say.  :( :( :(
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 16, 2017, 11:24:33 PM
Yes, Rabinoz, you are a liar, and a deciever, and a shill paid to be here.

If this is true Rab, can you PM me the contact info of your employer? I wanna get paid too!
>:( >:( "Not on your Nellie!" >:( >:(
It's mine, mine , mine all mine!
I risked my life at İntikam's hand and my sanity at Arealhumanbeing's for all that filthy lucre.
(http://images.clipartpanda.com/money-bag-clipart-green-money-bag-hi.png)

I have to agree with you there! You've certainly earned every penny!

 I'm still lookin for a way to get paid though. There seems to be incessant talk about it but when I try to find out how I can get in on it, everyone suddenly has nothin to say.  :( :( :(

I'll give you one beer per logical post in our tech and alt thread. You don't have to agree with me, even logical posts that disagree with me are worth a beer, in fact, they are worth two.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 16, 2017, 11:25:48 PM

 I'm still lookin for a way to get paid though. There seems to be incessant talk about it but when I try to find out how I can get in on it, everyone suddenly has nothin to say.  :( :( :(



I think it's invitation only.
Gotta act like you don't really want it first.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on February 16, 2017, 11:28:08 PM
Yes, Rabinoz, you are a liar, and a deciever, and a shill paid to be here.

If this is true Rab, can you PM me the contact info of your employer? I wanna get paid too!
>:( >:( "Not on your Nellie!" >:( >:(
It's mine, mine , mine all mine!
I risked my life at İntikam's hand and my sanity at Arealhumanbeing's for all that filthy lucre.
(http://images.clipartpanda.com/money-bag-clipart-green-money-bag-hi.png)

I have to agree with you there! You've certainly earned every penny!

 I'm still lookin for a way to get paid though. There seems to be incessant talk about it but when I try to find out how I can get in on it, everyone suddenly has nothin to say.  :( :( :(

I'll give you one beer per logical post in our tech and alt thread. You don't have to agree with me, even logical posts that disagree with me are worth a beer, in fact, they are worth two.

LOL. Well it was more fun bellyachin.  ;D Now you made me get serious. Do you have a link to this thread?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 16, 2017, 11:32:32 PM
I do, it is discussing quite a controversial issue, but an important one I think.

I would recommend skimming the thread first.

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=69306.0

No pressure, no one will be upset if you have a difference of opinion.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: physical observer on February 18, 2017, 03:54:38 AM
No supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Deep breathing heavy concentrations of carbon monoxide is rejuvenating and refreshing.

The sun hitting your skin generates vitamin D production. However, I wouldn't suggest staring directly at the sun.

It is not a good idea to put stuff on your skin to block the sun. The sun is not going to hurt you, but the chemicals in those sun-blocks absolutely will. There'll be a class action law suit against sunscreens one day, you bet!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gumby on February 18, 2017, 09:48:52 AM
No supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Deep breathing heavy concentrations of carbon monoxide is rejuvenating and refreshing.

The sun hitting your skin generates vitamin D production. However, I wouldn't suggest staring directly at the sun.

It is not a good idea to put stuff on your skin to block the sun. The sun is not going to hurt you, but the chemicals in those sun-blocks absolutely will. There'll be a class action law suit against sunscreens one day, you bet!
Are you joking?
The sun will burn your skin if you don't protect yourself.

Unless you are dark skinned and therefore have more resistance to sunburn, but if you have light skin you may get second degree burns from the sun.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on February 18, 2017, 07:22:52 PM
I do, it is discussing quite a controversial issue, but an important one I think.

I would recommend skimming the thread first.

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=69306.0

No pressure, no one will be upset if you have a difference of opinion.

I tend to be skeptical of conspiracy theories but I don't really know enough about that topic to make any real argument. That is why I just read along.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 18, 2017, 08:52:51 PM
Probably a good call, in hindsight, things are getting weird.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 20, 2017, 08:03:15 AM
Earth is flat, looking at the sun at sun up and sun down is healthy for you.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 20, 2017, 07:31:54 PM
Earth is flat, looking at the sun at sun up and sun down is healthy for you.
Evidence for BOTH, please!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 20, 2017, 09:26:50 PM
. . . looking at the sun at sun up and sun down is healthy for you.
Evidence for BOTH, please!


It has made Arealhumanbeing seven times smarter than a smelly fart.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 20, 2017, 09:45:36 PM
To be fair, I think you are giving him entirely too much credit.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 20, 2017, 10:04:40 PM
To be fair, I think you are giving him entirely too much credit.

I was trying not to be rude.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on February 20, 2017, 10:27:57 PM
. . . looking at the sun at sun up and sun down is healthy for you.
Evidence for BOTH, please!
It has made Arealhumanbeing seven times smarter than a smelly fart.

I guess we should be considerate. He's probably that way from staring at the sun all 15 years of his young life.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 20, 2017, 10:44:43 PM
. . . looking at the sun at sun up and sun down is healthy for you.
Evidence for BOTH, please!
It has made Arealhumanbeing seven times smarter than a smelly fart.

I guess we should be considerate. He's probably that way from staring at the sun all 15 years of his young life.

He's all pissed off because his Pappa Legba character got kicked in the teeth.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 20, 2017, 10:57:10 PM
I think he's genuine, ARHB is just fifteen, ignorant, immature and a bit of a dick.

I thought he was PL for a while but not anymore.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 20, 2017, 11:00:10 PM
I think he's genuine, ARHB is just fifteen, ignorant, immature and a bit of a dick.

I thought he was PL for a while but not anymore.

OK, I'm with you on that. Just typing out loud.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 21, 2017, 08:59:45 AM
Lol All im reading is... Waaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh waaaaahhhhhhhhhh waaaaaaaaaaaaaahhh. Go cry to mommy fools.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 21, 2017, 09:10:15 AM
Then, again . . .
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 21, 2017, 09:14:23 AM
Yeah ok, you think im papa legba. Great. Youre so creative.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 21, 2017, 09:18:52 AM
Try telling me that it hurts to look directly at the sun when it is close to the horizon. Go ahead! Tell me! It would make you more of a liar then you already are, Bullwinkle the Bullshitter. You too Disputenone. You contribute nothing to this thread other than bashing the creator of it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 22, 2017, 02:44:10 PM
Liars are silent in the face of truth.

https://www.amazon.com/SUN-GAZING-Millions-Themselves-Miracles-ebook/dp/B00RAXNMXC
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on February 22, 2017, 02:59:02 PM
Lol.

You think that is evidence for your argument? 

Lol
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 22, 2017, 03:50:41 PM
Prove me wrong.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on February 22, 2017, 06:15:56 PM
Well your old claim was already destroyed and your link to a book is not a claim. So what am I supposed to prove wrong?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 22, 2017, 06:29:19 PM
Try telling me that it hurts to look directly at the sun when it is close to the horizon. Go ahead! Tell me! It would make you more of a liar then you already are, Bullwinkle the Bullshitter. You too Disputenone. You contribute nothing to this thread other than bashing the creator of it.

I watch one or two sunsets a week on average, we are very lucky in WA we can see it set right over the ocean.

Couple beers at the pub then sit on the beach and watch the sunset.

Literally magick.

Have you explained that because the suns light is traveling further through the atmosphere we can look at it setting without doing the  damage to our eyes that it would do at midday?

If you stopped being such a dick and presented evidence to justify your beliefs people would have more respect for you.

(https://s3.postimg.org/msjxjo88j/119052790.jpg)

Hail unto Thee who art Tum in Thy setting, even unto Thee who art Tum in Thy joy, who travellest over the Heavens in Thy bark at the Down-going of the Sun. Tahuti standeth in His splendour at the prow, and Ra-Hoor abideth at the helm. Hail unto Thee from the Abodes of Day!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 22, 2017, 07:15:38 PM
Have you explained that because the suns light is traveling further through the atmosphere we can look at it setting without doing the  damage to our eyes that it would do at midday?

If you stopped being such a dick and presented evidence to justify your beliefs people would have more respect for you.

Yes

I did explain that

Maybe you should read the thread instead of calling me names you stupid fuck. Im sick of your lies and deception.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on February 22, 2017, 07:24:12 PM
Should he play with your gun barrel?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: fifiasco on February 23, 2017, 04:47:43 AM
I never said drinking in excess is good, just as I never said staring at the sun all day long is healthy either. Pay attention, I only stated it should be looked at during rise and set and not after it rises too far above the horizon.

So you are saying the sun does rise and set on the horizon?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: deadsirius on February 23, 2017, 08:07:17 AM
Watched the sun rise this morning.  It feels nice.  Of course watching the sun for a minute or two while it's on the horizon is a far cry from staring at it for 45 minutes, but sure, there's some intangible benefit to be had there.

Oddly my appreciation of it was broken by the fact that it just made me think of this forum thread...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on February 23, 2017, 06:53:44 PM
Oddly my appreciation of it was broken by the fact that it just made me think of this forum thread...

I'm sorry to hear that.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 23, 2017, 07:17:09 PM
Watching a sunset is invigorating and uplifting.

But, I don't look at the sun's disk.
I played with magnifying lenses as a kid.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on February 24, 2017, 06:57:50 AM
Poor ants.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 24, 2017, 08:16:31 AM
I was gonna say I burned my initials into wood, but, yes, poor ants.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 24, 2017, 06:33:01 PM
Watched the sun rise this morning.  It feels nice.  Of course watching the sun for a minute or two while it's on the horizon is a far cry from staring at it for 45 minutes, but sure, there's some intangible benefit to be had there.

Oddly my appreciation of it was broken by the fact that it just made me think of this forum thread...

Keep going! Do you want the benefits of sungazing? One minute of doing so during a sun rise is like jogging for a minute and expecting to lose weight. Intangible benefits are far from the truth, btw. Would you have watched the sun if this thread didnt exist?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on February 27, 2017, 10:20:16 AM
In time of "clear and present danger," the courts have held that even the privileged rights of the First Amendment must yield to the public's need for national security. -JFK

This is why sungazing is suppressed knowledge now. Because of the constant "clear and present danger" of terrorism and war, both now and in the past, our rights have been denied. Forces of evil have been allowed to twist our perception into what is in the interest of others and not ourselves. We are all selfish minded, wether we want to believe so or not. Our society is based on inward thinking. Wake up. See the wickedness about you, and speak out against it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: sokarul on February 27, 2017, 10:22:57 AM
Lol
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on February 27, 2017, 10:25:33 AM
See the wickedness about you, and speak out against it.


I wanna call out Arealhumanbeing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: deadsirius on February 27, 2017, 10:53:13 AM
Watched the sun rise this morning.  It feels nice.  Of course watching the sun for a minute or two while it's on the horizon is a far cry from staring at it for 45 minutes, but sure, there's some intangible benefit to be had there.

Oddly my appreciation of it was broken by the fact that it just made me think of this forum thread...

Keep going! Do you want the benefits of sungazing? One minute of doing so during a sun rise is like jogging for a minute and expecting to lose weight. Intangible benefits are far from the truth, btw. Would you have watched the sun if this thread didnt exist?

No, it never occurred to me in 37 years to watch a sunrise until an stranger on the internet suggested it.

Seriously though...I say intangible benefits like appreciation of beauty, a feeling of connection to nature, etc.  I really don't need more tangible benefits like blindness.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 01, 2017, 07:01:03 AM
There are tangible benefits like weight loss gained from sun gazing.

Want proof?

Go try it dawn and dusk!

It wont magically make fat fall of your body, but your THOUGHTS will change, and youll WANT to go excersise, therfore youll lose weight.

The pineal is the genesis of all thought, and if corrputed, instead of taking care of your body, youll just think "eh, yolo".
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Val Strasser on March 01, 2017, 06:22:27 PM
There are tangible benefits like weight loss gained from sun gazing.

Want proof?

Go try it dawn and dusk!

It wont magically make fat fall of your body, but your THOUGHTS will change, and youll WANT to go excersise, therfore youll lose weight.


Is there any evidence that this would work for someone who suffers from hypothalamic obesity and chronic fatigue?  Or is it just some made-up bullshit?
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Post by: Bullwinkle on March 01, 2017, 06:39:22 PM
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Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 09, 2017, 08:48:07 PM
There are tangible benefits like weight loss gained from sun gazing.

Want proof?

Go try it dawn and dusk!

It wont magically make fat fall of your body, but your THOUGHTS will change, and youll WANT to go excersise, therfore youll lose weight.


Is there any evidence that this would work for someone who suffers from hypothalamic obesity and chronic fatigue?  Or is it just some made-up bullshit?

Absoultely, it helps many modern day sedintary lifestyle health problems, and glandular dysfunctions.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on March 11, 2017, 10:09:54 PM
... it helps many modern day sedintary lifestyle health problems,


So, if I sit in my recliner and watch the sunrise through the window,
it will cure my sedentary lifestyle health problems?

Or, should I open the window?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on March 11, 2017, 11:11:13 PM
... it helps many modern day sedintary lifestyle health problems,


So, if I sit in my recliner and watch the sunrise through the window,
it will cure my sedentary lifestyle health problems?

Or, should I open the window?
:P Sorry, it only cures "sedintary lifestyle health problems".  :P
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gumby on March 12, 2017, 06:38:22 AM
... it helps many modern day sedintary lifestyle health problems,


So, if I sit in my recliner and watch the sunrise through the window,
it will cure my sedentary lifestyle health problems?

Or, should I open the window?

Well you need at least two windows. One facing east and one facing west.
On the winter the SGIU recommends that if the temperature is below freezing point you keep the window closed. Otherwise you may open the window but you must have warm chocolate and cookies. If your religion forbids this decadent stuff you may rely on the old brandy or cognac. In some latitudes you may gey away with Calvados or Armagnac.

As a certified sun gazer (SGIU license CSB425) I recommend moderate sun gazing with optional brandy and cigar. Pipe smoking is preferred if you have pipe stoking skills.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on March 12, 2017, 08:24:56 AM
... it helps many modern day sedintary lifestyle health problems,


So, if I sit in my recliner and watch the sunrise through the window,
it will cure my sedentary lifestyle health problems?

Or, should I open the window?
You only need to open the window if they are dirty, which tbey probably are.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on March 12, 2017, 09:53:46 PM
... it helps many modern day sedintary lifestyle health problems,


So, if I sit in my recliner and watch the sunrise through the window,
it will cure my sedentary lifestyle health problems?

Or, should I open the window?
You only need to open the window if they are dirty, which tbey probably are.
And that will help "many modern day sedintary lifestyle health problems"?
But I have "sedentary lifestyle health problems".  Will it help those too?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gibbon on March 14, 2017, 03:01:27 PM
It's good for going blind. You would have to be a complete tool to gaze into the sun without proper filtering.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on March 14, 2017, 03:45:44 PM
It's good for going blind. You would have to be a complete tool to gaze into the sun without proper filtering.
I think the OP was referencing the sun at dusk and dawn, when it's harmful rays are mostly blocked. Nevertheless, it's still open for debate (but probably shouldn't be).
Title: Gibbon
Post by: Gibbon on March 15, 2017, 08:52:05 AM
It's good for going blind. You would have to be a complete tool to gaze into the sun without proper filtering.
I think the OP was referencing the sun at dusk and dawn, when it's harmful rays are mostly blocked. Nevertheless, it's still open for debate (but probably shouldn't be).

I don't see a debate. Something needs to be said, because I don't want people  to screw their eyesight up with some bogus pseudo science. Dusk, dawn, mid-day......Doesn't matter much, as there is harm at all times.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 24, 2017, 08:29:01 AM
Its not bogus, but im sure you believe that it is.

Pharmaceutical companies have payed to warp your mind into believing their sham. You would believe snake oil cures anything if Bayer put it in a capsule and a cardboard box.

Much like the skin absorbs substances easily, so to can your eyes absorb energy easily through sunlight.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 25, 2017, 11:08:37 AM
Native Americans Sungazed

The name Sun Dance derives from the Sioux identification of it as Wi wanyang wacipi, translated as "sun gazing dance." Other Plains peoples have names for the ceremony that do not refer to the sun. The Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Blackfoot names for the ceremony all refer to the medicine lodge within which the ritual dancing occurs. The medicine lodge is constructed of pole rafters radiating from a sacred central pole. However, the best-known and most widely practiced contemporary form of the ceremony is that of the Sioux, who do not construct a medicine lodge. Instead, the Sioux make a hocoka, or ritual circle, with a sacred cottonwood tree erected in the center and a circular arbor built around the entire perimeter, except for an open entrance to the east, so that the dancing takes place within a central arena that is completely open to the sky and to "sun gazing."

Text cited below
http://plainshumanities.unl.edu/encyclopedia/doc/egp.rel.046
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 25, 2017, 11:41:57 AM
One of the most important tribal ceremonies is the so-called sun dance. The name as used in literature is probably derived from the Dakota who speak of one phase of the ceremony as sun-gaze-dancing: i. e., the worshipper gazes steadily at the sun while dancing.

https://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ceremonies-and-dance-of-the-plains-tribes.htm
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 25, 2017, 01:53:01 PM
"As a rule all who perform important functions in the sun dance are required to spend several days in fasting and other purification ceremonies."

Text cited below
https://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ceremonies-and-dance-of-the-plains-tribes.htm

Ohhhh yeah i forgot to mention that ones body must be clean for the full and swift effects of sungazing to manifest themselves. If its full of hydrogonated this and phosphoric that, its hard for the body to assimilate something so pure and natural. So take a break from the corn syrup solids and malodextrin for a few days, youll thank me.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 25, 2017, 05:12:27 PM
I can say without hesitation that I enjoy sungazing and get benefits from it although I can't prove it. Furthermore, I have no desire to prove it. If you think it is dangerous, I will not argue with you. If you think sungazing and the related practices are a hoax (devoid of benefits), I will tell you point blank you are talking out of utter ignorance and you are wrong. BigBlue42 02:50, 25 February 2007 (UTC)

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Sungazing
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on March 25, 2017, 05:15:23 PM
You've still yet to honestly answer how often you do this yourself.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on March 25, 2017, 05:19:26 PM
One of the most important tribal ceremonies is the so-called sun dance. The name as used in literature is probably derived from the Dakota who speak of one phase of the ceremony as sun-gaze-dancing: i. e., the worshipper gazes steadily at the sun while dancing.

https://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ceremonies-and-dance-of-the-plains-tribes.htm

Hail unto Thee who art Ra in Thy rising, even unto Thee who art Ra in Thy strength, who travellest over the Heavens in Thy bark at the Uprising of the Sun. Tahuti standeth in His splendour at the prow, and Ra-Hoor abideth at the helm. Hail unto Thee from the Abodes of Night!



We are just arguing that staring directly at the sun for an extended period is bad for your eyes, undeniable.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 25, 2017, 05:22:15 PM
You've still yet to honestly answer how often you do this yourself.

Whenever both my schedule and the skies are clear.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gibbon on March 26, 2017, 11:56:52 PM
You've still yet to honestly answer how often you do this yourself.

Whenever both my schedule and the skies are clear.

If so, I hope you go blind for being a complete dumbass.

I think you are a liar though.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 27, 2017, 06:44:41 PM
Oh, only during sunrise and set of course. Which complicates my schedule and aggravates me when its overcast in the morning.

Thanks for your well wishes, gibbon.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on March 27, 2017, 08:09:46 PM
Oh, only during sunrise and set of course. Which complicates my schedule and aggravates me when its overcast in the morning.

Thanks for your well wishes, gibbon.

>Mum wakes him up.
>Mum gets his clothes and breakfast.
>Mum ties his shoelaces tight and tucks in his shirt.
>Mum drives him to school.
>Mum picks him up from school.
>Does his homework.
>Mum encourages him to play with the other kids.
>Mum cooks dinner does the dishes and cleans then tucks him into bed praying he will make friends.

What a difficult schedule.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 27, 2017, 08:24:19 PM
Classic globalist. Makes up stories.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on March 27, 2017, 08:32:09 PM
Globalist is something very different than someone who thinks the evidence is still in favour of a spherical earth.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 27, 2017, 08:50:40 PM
Whatever you say, globalist.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on March 27, 2017, 08:58:43 PM
glob·al·ist
ˈɡlōbəlist/
noun
1.
a person who advocates the interpretation or planning of economic and foreign policy in relation to events and developments throughout the world.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on March 27, 2017, 09:05:21 PM
I used to use a magnifying glass to concentrate sun rays and direct the beam onto ants.

The ants showed their joy by turning into smoke.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 27, 2017, 09:07:42 PM
Wow much funny bullshitter, i mean winkle.

Boots and disputenone, you do realize that the very word globalist entails the belief that earth is a big ball shaped globe?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on March 27, 2017, 09:09:28 PM
See? It's kind of like a gateway drug. Next thing you're smoking ants like Bullwinkle the Moose. Does that sound healthy?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on March 27, 2017, 09:14:05 PM
Wow much funny bullshitter, i mean winkle.

Boots and disputenone, you do realize that the very word globalist entails the belief that earth is a big ball shaped globe?

Lot's of terms entail the belief that the earth is a globe. That doesn't make me a globalist anymore than you're a sunflower.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 27, 2017, 09:18:24 PM
Like which words?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on March 27, 2017, 09:26:34 PM
This is a globalist.

You mean globularist.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 27, 2017, 09:36:22 PM
This is a two faced lying paid shill.

Turns out the earth really is flat.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on March 27, 2017, 09:40:17 PM
A lot of terms entail the belief that the earth is a globe. That doesn't make me a globalist anymore than you're a sunflower.

Like which words?


Around the world

Across the globe

Hemisphere

Atmosphere

Globularist

Stratosphere

Circle of the earth

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 27, 2017, 09:42:27 PM
Eeeehhhh circles are not a sphere.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on March 27, 2017, 09:44:28 PM
Eeeehhhh circles are not a sphere.

And globalists are not globularists. Well, most of them probably are but that's just because most everyone in general is a globularist.  ;D
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: itsatorus on March 27, 2017, 10:02:41 PM
Wow much funny bullshitter, i mean winkle.

Boots and disputenone, you do realize that the very word globalist entails the belief that earth is a big ball shaped globe?

Really? Does the word lunatic entail the belief that looking at the moon will make you crazy? Oh wait I forgot what thread this is.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on March 27, 2017, 10:08:02 PM
Lol.

The word Lunacy did come from our (mis)understanding of the effects of the moon.

Paid.

http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2012/03/27/3464601.htm
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on March 27, 2017, 10:08:04 PM
See? It's kind of like a gateway drug. Next thing you're smoking ants like Bullwinkle the Moose. Does that sound healthy?

I never said it was good for any being involved.   ;)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: itsatorus on March 27, 2017, 11:00:47 PM
Lol.

The word Lunacy did come from our (mis)understanding of the effects of the moon.

Paid.

http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2012/03/27/3464601.htm

I'm not sure if I'm interpreting your comment correctly, but that was my point. The etymological origin of the word isn't really relevant to its meaning or inferring what a person who uses the word believes. I mean, we still call it the Tropic of Capricorn even though in the modern era the winter solstice occurs when the sun is in Sagittarius, near Scorpio.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on March 28, 2017, 12:38:50 AM
Lol.

The word Lunacy did come from our (mis)understanding of the effects of the moon.

Paid.

http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2012/03/27/3464601.htm
"The word Lunacy did come from our (mis)understanding of the effects of the moon."
Dare I refer to? Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions, started by Lord Wilmore (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=54468.0)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 28, 2017, 07:21:54 AM
I like how none of you paid shill and liars acknowledge that I posted links to credible sources stating that sungazing was a medicinal practice by the Native Americans.

Oh, and also how disputenone said the earth is flat, but continues to argue against it...

This is a two faced lying paid shill.

Turns out the earth really is flat.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on March 28, 2017, 07:36:13 AM
(https://s30.postimg.org/tmhqkyyrl/You-will-never-2hnu06.jpg)

Your logic on me being a shill is exquisitely poor, most of my time spent in general and debate is defending against the globularist horde.

That comment was for the bloodydecks poll we had on earth shape I said it when the flat earth had more votes than round, it was also a bit of an in joke because another flat earther has been quoted saying.

"Turns out the earth really is round."

There I can't believe I had to explain myself.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on March 28, 2017, 07:37:15 AM

I like how none of you paid shill and liars acknowledge that I posted links to credible sources stating that sungazing was a medicinal practice by the Native Americans.



Thank you for posting links to credible sources stating that sungazing was a medicinal practice by the Native Americans.   :P


Feel better now?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on March 28, 2017, 08:11:39 AM
I like how none of you paid shill and liars acknowledge that I posted links to credible sources stating that sungazing was a medicinal practice by the Native Americans.
Great.  How's that working out for them?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 28, 2017, 08:15:39 AM
Well they were basically eradicated by a group of FREEMASONS called the early American government...

Woah...

And nowadays they get beat to shit for trying to live on the land they had been on for thousands of years until those nasty masons said "nope its ours now, obey or die!"
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gibbon on March 28, 2017, 03:35:06 PM
I like how none of you paid shill and liars acknowledge that I posted links to credible sources stating that sungazing was a medicinal practice by the Native Americans.


That doesn't mean squat. You think because some Indians were being stupid it's not dangerous? You don't have to stare into it for benefits anyways. Why in hell would you be so damn ignorant. BECAUSE SOME INDIANS SAID SO. But, screw NASA they are Nazi, CGI throwing up, brainwashers. Truly, you are pathetic.

I know the answer though. It fits in with your delusions, even if there is no proof that it did anything for them, other than wrecking their eyesight.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on March 28, 2017, 07:41:59 PM
I'm sitting in the sun having lunch, it's fantastic.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on March 28, 2017, 08:13:04 PM
Your doing the sun gazing wrong

The sun is washing over your entire face and you would have to sit there for hours to get any effect. If you are time poor, what you want to do is focus and magnify the suns energy beam directly through your optic nerve. To do this, grab yourself a simple magnifying glass, and hold over you eye to focus the beam directly through your pupil. That warm fuzzy feeling is just that. A nice warm fuzzy feeling because you are doing a great thing for your body. It is not your optic nerve dissolving. That is just the government says to scare you as they are not wanting you to get better on your own. They have a vested interest in making sure you keep spending money in the healthcare system.

And believe it not, this can also prevent or even cure almost every cancer and disease and reverse the aging process. Native Americans not only enjoyed a long life filled with vitality especially in comparison to the rest of the 'modern' world, but they did so without disease or cancer and kept their youthful appearance as opposed to the rest of us that gets grey by our 30s and look like a mere husks in our 60s-70s. They can still have a head full of coloured hair well in their 80's and 90's. It was because they practiced the sun gazing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on March 28, 2017, 08:22:03 PM
Ever heard of S.A.D?

The sun is important, I just don't recommend staring at it.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on March 28, 2017, 08:57:52 PM
Well if some ancient tribe did it well before the age of modern medicine and science, I'd say they must have been onto something and I should do it too.

The Jews, since the days of Moses which was many thousands of years ago, were well aware of the existence of germs, thus their insistence of washing your hands if you touched a dead animal or any blood or faeces. It wasn't until the mid 1800s that modern science said they existed, and prior to that, doctors happily did not wear gloves and worked between diseased and healthy patients without washing their hands. The idea of 'invisible' germs would have been laughed at and it took a brave doctor to make the connection.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 29, 2017, 09:26:23 PM
Your doing the sun gazing wrong

The sun is washing over your entire face and you would have to sit there for hours to get any effect. If you are time poor, what you want to do is focus and magnify the suns energy beam directly through your optic nerve. To do this, grab yourself a simple magnifying glass, and hold over you eye to focus the beam directly through your pupil. That warm fuzzy feeling is just that. A nice warm fuzzy feeling because you are doing a great thing for your body. It is not your optic nerve dissolving. That is just the government says to scare you as they are not wanting you to get better on your own. They have a vested interest in making sure you keep spending money in the healthcare system.

And believe it not, this can also prevent or even cure almost every cancer and disease and reverse the aging process. Native Americans not only enjoyed a long life filled with vitality especially in comparison to the rest of the 'modern' world, but they did so without disease or cancer and kept their youthful appearance as opposed to the rest of us that gets grey by our 30s and look like a mere husks in our 60s-70s. They can still have a head full of coloured hair well in their 80's and 90's. It was because they practiced the sun gazing.

You think Native Americans had magnifying glasses?

No, just your eyes alone work just fine for reaping the benefits of sun gazing, during the correct hours.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 30, 2017, 06:41:25 PM
P.S. Hey Shifter...btw...

Its *you're*
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on March 30, 2017, 07:30:05 PM
P.S. Hey Shifter...btw...

Its *you're*
OK, you wanna play that way? Fine, I'm gonna call you out on every misspelled word you post.
Prepare yourself.
To be humiliated.

You're done.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 30, 2017, 07:37:50 PM
Gooooo faaaackkk yerselffff shill.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on March 30, 2017, 08:51:17 PM
P.S. Hey Shifter...btw...

Its *you're*

Yes, thank you Mr Grammar Nazi for pointing out my slip up. I'm, usually okay with these things but please understand I don't use my free time on this forum. I use my work time lol. So I may rush things a bit or be distracted. I see you didn't point out the entire ridiculousness of my post on the matter though lol. I hope my glaring grammar mistake was enough to put you off attempting that 'advice' if you otherwise thought it was sound.

Just to be absolutely clear, holding a magnifying glass to your eyeballs and staring at the sun is in no way good for your eyes! :)

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on March 30, 2017, 09:11:11 PM
P.S. Hey Shifter...btw...

Its *you're*

Yes, thank you Mr Grammar Nazi for pointing out my slip up. I'm, usually okay with these things but please understand I don't use my free time on this forum. I use my work time lol. So I may rush things a bit or be distracted. I see you didn't point out the entire ridiculousness of my post on the matter though lol. I hope my glaring grammar mistake was enough to put you off attempting that 'advice' if you otherwise thought it was sound.

Just to be absolutely clear, holding a magnifying glass to your eyeballs and staring at the sun is in no way good for your eyes! :)
Yeah he won't be doing that anymore. I pretty much made sure of that.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 31, 2017, 10:25:11 AM
Well aint that somthin!

The government BANNED the sun dance?

Why??? What reason could they have to do that?

Quote
But in the United States, Indigenous peoples were not allowed to openly practice the Sun Dance or other sacred ceremonies until the late 1970s, after they gained renewed sovereignty and civil rights following a period of high activism, including legal challenges to the government.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_Dance
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on March 31, 2017, 01:29:56 PM
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In 1883, acting on the advice of Bureau of Indian Affairs personnel, the U.S. secretary of the interior criminalized the Sun Dance and a variety of other indigenous religious practices; under federal law the secretary was entitled to make such decisions without consulting Congress or the affected parties.

https://www.britannica.com/topic/Sun-Dance

The American Dream right?

Land Of The Free!

This is why a second American revolution is required.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 01, 2017, 07:39:44 PM
Its hard to say I have no evidence, isnt it.
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Post by: Twerp on April 01, 2017, 08:10:37 PM
Here you are talking to yourself again. Hey wait a minute! That's not ... that's not a NAZI helmet you're polishing there is it?

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on April 01, 2017, 08:20:09 PM
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In 1883, acting on the advice of Bureau of Indian Affairs personnel, the U.S. secretary of the interior criminalized the Sun Dance and a variety of other indigenous religious practices; under federal law the secretary was entitled to make such decisions without consulting Congress or the affected parties.
https://www.britannica.com/topic/Sun-Dance
The American Dream right?
Land Of The Free!
This is why a second American revolution is required.
Oh, come on! 1883 is 134 years ago! I'm sure things have changed since then and the Sun-Dance can now be performed.
But
The Sun-Dance did include some rather unpleasant practices.

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Supplicants began dancing at an appointed hour and continued intermittently for several days and nights; during this time they neither ate nor drank. In some tribes supplicants also endured ritual self-mortification beyond fasting and exertion; in others such practices were thought to be self-aggrandizing. When practiced, self-mortification was generally accomplished through piercing: mentors or ritual leaders inserted two or more slim skewers or piercing needles through a small fold of the supplicant’s skin on the upper chest or upper back; the mentor then used long leather thongs to tie a heavy object such as a buffalo skull to the skewers. A dancer would drag the object along the ground until he succumbed to exhaustion or his skin tore free. Among some tribes the thongs were tied to the centre pole, and the supplicant either hung from or pulled on them until free. Piercing was endured by only the most committed individuals, and, as with the rest of the ritual, it was done to ensure tribal well-being as well as to fulfill the supplicant’s individual vow.

But maybe you are a little late in your bid to allow indigenous Americans to maim themselves.
I suspect that, in these enlightened days, they are already allowed that freedom, on their land!

So come the
Second Revolting Revolution!
with it's
REVOLTING 15-year-old Leader, flourishing his cap-gun!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 01, 2017, 08:24:36 PM
Warning NSFW.

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Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 01, 2017, 08:55:14 PM
But maybe you are a little late in your bid to allow indigenous Americans to maim themselves.
I suspect that, in these enlightened days, they are already allowed that freedom, on their land!

Freedom? Enlightened? You dont know the meaning of those words.

Native Americans have the same amount of rights now as they did hundreds of years ago - none.

They dont even have a say about what happens to "their" land.

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“They treat us like we’re not human beings,” said Russell Eagle Bear, a member of the Rosebud Sioux, who was one of 141 people arrested on Thursday when protesters tried to block pipeline construction. “We’re simply numbers to them.”

(https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/oct/29/dakota-access-pipeline-native-american-protesters)
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Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 03, 2017, 06:25:46 PM
If your post had some geometric meaning to it, it was lost in translation.
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Post by: disputeone on April 03, 2017, 06:27:07 PM
   
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Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 03, 2017, 06:29:21 PM
Like I said, your triforce looks fucked up on my phones screen.

Grow up you shills.

Use your words, maybe more than one, legendary disputenone.
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Post by: disputeone on April 03, 2017, 06:56:26 PM

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I mean who else would be so stupid as to ignore such medical leaps as sun gazing? Only a paid corperate shill. Somebody who doesnt care about the truth because they get paid by liars!
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Post by: IonSpen on April 04, 2017, 05:35:04 PM
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Post by: Bullwinkle on April 04, 2017, 11:31:47 PM
Warning NSFW.

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Inticam v Triforce
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I mean who else would be so stupid as to ignore such medical leaps as sun gazing? Only a paid corperate shill. Somebody who doesnt care about the truth because they get paid by liars!

Of course. But you can only get paid if you can tri-force. I'm not sure dispute qualifies. ;D
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gibbon on April 04, 2017, 11:39:43 PM
Advanced medical leaps? Wtf?
Thee isn't a single sane doctor that would say that gazing into the sun is good for you.
Just get it through your skin if need be.

Why in the fuck do you want to jeopardize others eyesight? That is true doucebaggery right there. There just may be somebody as igorant as you float in here from lala land and actually believe your bullshit. I am here to hopefully try to persuade them to be smarter than you.

Go place the side of your skull on a hotplate. It's good for your hearing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on April 05, 2017, 12:25:49 AM

Go place the side of your skull on a hotplate. It's good for your hearing.


what?    WHAT??     >:(
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Post by: disputeone on April 05, 2017, 01:12:16 AM
   
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I mean who else would be so stupid as to ignore such medical leaps as sun gazing? Only a paid corperate shill. Somebody who doesnt care about the truth because they get paid by liars!

Of course. But you can only get paid if you can tri-force. I'm not sure dispute qualifies. ;D

I was on a phone damnit......

Well played good sir, well played indeed.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 05, 2017, 07:51:16 AM
Native Americans Sun Gazed.

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The ceremony began at sunrise the next day, and anyone could dance. Dancers looked at the sun as they danced, and short breaks without food and drink were allowed

http://aktalakota.stjo.org/site/News2?page=NewsArticle&id=8668

If you have any interest in sun gazing, (which will change your life) please, read the rest of my posts in this thread.

Sorry you have to weed through the childish semantics these other posters are portraying.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gibbon on April 05, 2017, 08:00:09 AM
Posting about American Indians doing it doesn't mean squat. There were stupid Indians too. If you are dancing in the sun to get your vitamin d.....cool. If you are at all gazing into it, you lack common sense. Doctors advise wearing sunglasses just being outside. Why do you think that is?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 05, 2017, 08:09:45 AM
Posting about American Indians doing it doesn't mean squat. There were stupid Indians too. If you are dancing in the sun to get your vitamin d.....cool. If you are at all gazing into it, you lack common sense. Doctors advise wearing sunglasses just being outside. Why do you think that is?

Doctors??

Which ones say that, you fuckin liar!?

Heres what a real doctor says!
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Avoid wearing sunglasses during all daylight hours, as this will block beneficial wavelengths of light from reaching your eyes

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/09/16/sunglasses-myths.aspx
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 05, 2017, 08:31:30 AM
Mercola is a quack and a fraud. Just like that 'natural news' Mike Adams bastard. The amount of damage they have done perpetuating fear and ignorance to the masses to score a quick buck is astounding. The fact you consider him to be real shows just how gullible and stupid you must be. It actually explains a lot come to think of it

So what are the beneficial wave lengths that can only be got from the sun? IR? You can buy lamps that emit just this without the damaging ultra violet radiation. But next thing you'll tell me, UV rays are great too

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Gibbon on April 05, 2017, 09:04:42 AM
Read it. The dudes a fucking tool. He is some pseudo science jackass that is mentally disturbed. You fit right in with him.

Dude, keep on sungazing. Stare long, stare deep. Even though, I still don't think you do it and just say you do to prove an ignorant point.

I am done trying to save your eyesight though.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 05, 2017, 11:40:03 AM
I am done trying to save your eyesight though.

Good, then leave me the fuck alone, you liar.

Find me one doctor who says to wear your sunglasses "just being outside".
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 05, 2017, 11:42:33 AM
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Wearing sunglasses all the time can actually have a negative effect on your eyes.  Here are a few reasons why:

Some sun is actually good for your eyes: 

http://blog.myeyewear2go.com/does-wearing-sunglasses-all-the-time-damage-your-eyes/
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on April 05, 2017, 03:20:32 PM
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Wearing sunglasses all the time can actually have a negative effect on your eyes.  Here are a few reasons why:

Some sun is actually good for your eyes: 

http://blog.myeyewear2go.com/does-wearing-sunglasses-all-the-time-damage-your-eyes/

I am waiting for your sincere apologies for your unfounded and libellous accusations in:
Re: Jewish Sages Think Earth Is Flat « Reply #233 on: April 05, 2017, 01:56:52 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68164.msg1892183#msg1892183)
My reply to your accusations is in:
Re: Jewish Sages Think Earth Is Flat « Reply #234 on: April 05, 2017, 05:17:39 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68164.msg1892248#msg1892248)

I value my reputation quite highly and do not take accusations like yours lightly.

Further action I take will depend on the sincerity of your apology.

I suggest that you reply promptly!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on April 05, 2017, 03:23:50 PM
I am done trying to save your eyesight though.

Good, then leave me the fuck alone, you liar.

Find me one doctor who says to wear your sunglasses "just being outside".

I am waiting for your sincere apologies for your unfounded and libellous accusations in:
Re: Jewish Sages Think Earth Is Flat « Reply #233 on: April 05, 2017, 01:56:52 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68164.msg1892183#msg1892183)
My reply to your accusations is in:
Re: Jewish Sages Think Earth Is Flat « Reply #234 on: April 05, 2017, 05:17:39 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68164.msg1892248#msg1892248)

I value my reputation quite highly and do not take accusations like yours lightly.

Further action I take will depend on the sincerity of your apology.

I suggest that you reply promptly! And I will not leave you alone!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 05, 2017, 05:18:04 PM
I am done trying to save your eyesight though.

Good, then leave me the fuck alone, you liar.

Find me one doctor who says to wear your sunglasses "just being outside".

I am waiting for your sincere apologies for your unfounded and libellous accusations in:
Re: Jewish Sages Think Earth Is Flat « Reply #233 on: April 05, 2017, 01:56:52 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68164.msg1892183#msg1892183)
My reply to your accusations is in:
Re: Jewish Sages Think Earth Is Flat « Reply #234 on: April 05, 2017, 05:17:39 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68164.msg1892248#msg1892248)

I value my reputation quite highly and do not take accusations like yours lightly.

Further action I take will depend on the sincerity of your apology.

I suggest that you reply promptly! And I will not leave you alone!

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahah

Mwahahahahahahahahahaha

You shills make me laugh.

Fuck you, Rab. I DONT apologize.

Youre a lying liar, and youll lie about that all day long! I could show you proof after proof that you lie, and youde shrug them off, bury it in a mountain of shitposts from your shill army and say truth is relevant or some other mind warping lie.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on April 05, 2017, 05:20:03 PM
I am done trying to save your eyesight though.

Good, then leave me the fuck alone, you liar.

Find me one doctor who says to wear your sunglasses "just being outside".

I am waiting for your sincere apologies for your unfounded and libellous accusations in:
Re: Jewish Sages Think Earth Is Flat « Reply #233 on: April 05, 2017, 01:56:52 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68164.msg1892183#msg1892183)
My reply to your accusations is in:
Re: Jewish Sages Think Earth Is Flat « Reply #234 on: April 05, 2017, 05:17:39 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=68164.msg1892248#msg1892248)

I value my reputation quite highly and do not take accusations like yours lightly.

Further action I take will depend on the sincerity of your apology.

I suggest that you reply promptly! And I will not leave you alone!

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahah

Mwahahahahahahahahahaha

You shills make me laugh.

Fuck you, Rab. I DONT apologize.

Youre a lying liar, and youll lie about that all day long! I could show you proof after proof that you lie, and youde shrug them off, bury it in a mountain of shitposts from your shill army and say truth is relevant or some other mind warping lie.

Something about your responses make me think you're overcompensating for something.  :-\
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on April 05, 2017, 06:06:13 PM
Youre a lying liar, and youll lie about that all day long! I could show you proof after proof that you lie, and youde shrug them off, bury it in a mountain of shitposts from your shill army and say truth is relevant or some other mind warping lie.
Show me where - you failed last time you tried. I believe that the material I post is correct!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on April 05, 2017, 06:16:14 PM
He's just angry because he was called out for lying. 15yo scientist with his CCL (which he still hasn't owned up to)..
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Son of Orospu on April 06, 2017, 02:35:19 AM
Watch the language in the upper fora.  The F word and others will get you an unpaid vacation. 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 06, 2017, 12:51:20 PM
Youre a lying liar, and youll lie about that all day long! I could show you proof after proof that you lie, and youde shrug them off, bury it in a mountain of shitposts from your shill army and say truth is relevant or some other mind warping lie.
Show me where - you failed last time you tried. I believe that the material I post is correct!

Im sure you believe alot of things to be correct that are incorrect.

Rabinoz is a motherfudger.

He's just angry because he was called out for lying. 15yo scientist with his CCL (which he still hasn't owned up to)..

Thats not true. I explained that situation. Why are all the globalists here dirty rotten liars??
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on April 06, 2017, 12:53:26 PM
Rabinoz is a motherfudger.

Compared to your other insults this one's almost like a compliment! Have you decide to be a little more human?

Bravo!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on April 06, 2017, 05:20:18 PM
Youre a lying liar, and youll lie about that all day long! I could show you proof after proof that you lie, and youde shrug them off, bury it in a mountain of shitposts from your shill army and say truth is relevant or some other mind warping lie.
Show me where - you failed last time you tried. I believe that the material I post is correct!

Im sure you believe alot of things to be correct that are incorrect.

Rabinoz is a motherfudger.

He's just angry because he was called out for lying. 15yo scientist with his CCL (which he still hasn't owned up to)..

Thats not true. I explained that situation. Why are all the globalists here dirty rotten liars??
You explained how you lied? Really!? Now you're just lying again.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Callzter on April 06, 2017, 05:43:33 PM
What the actual bleeding fuck is this thread?!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on April 06, 2017, 06:08:59 PM
What the actual bleeding fuck is this thread?!
Pretty much speaks for itself. And the poster.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on April 06, 2017, 07:35:38 PM
What the actual bleeding fuck is this thread?!
It's your momma, lol.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 07, 2017, 10:32:15 PM
Youre a lying liar, and youll lie about that all day long! I could show you proof after proof that you lie, and youde shrug them off, bury it in a mountain of shitposts from your shill army and say truth is relevant or some other mind warping lie.
Show me where - you failed last time you tried. I believe that the material I post is correct!

Im sure you believe alot of things to be correct that are incorrect.

Rabinoz is a motherfudger.

He's just angry because he was called out for lying. 15yo scientist with his CCL (which he still hasn't owned up to)..

Thats not true. I explained that situation. Why are all the globalists here dirty rotten liars??
You explained how you lied? Really!? Now you're just lying again.

I explained how I was not lying. Read what I post.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on April 08, 2017, 07:30:30 AM
Thats not true. I explained that situation. Why are all the globalists here dirty rotten liars??

We explained that  globalist does not mean globularist. Why is that so hard to understand? You have no idea who's a globalist and who's not.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on April 08, 2017, 12:19:11 PM
Youre a lying liar, and youll lie about that all day long! I could show you proof after proof that you lie, and youde shrug them off, bury it in a mountain of shitposts from your shill army and say truth is relevant or some other mind warping lie.
Show me where - you failed last time you tried. I believe that the material I post is correct!

Im sure you believe alot of things to be correct that are incorrect.

Rabinoz is a motherfudger.

He's just angry because he was called out for lying. 15yo scientist with his CCL (which he still hasn't owned up to)..

Thats not true. I explained that situation. Why are all the globalists here dirty rotten liars??
You explained how you lied? Really!? Now you're just lying again.

I explained how I was not lying. Read what I post.
Right. Clear as mud.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Empirical on April 08, 2017, 01:50:44 PM
Watch the language in the upper fora.  The F word and others will get you an unpaid vacation.
You are in charge of shill paychecks now, congrats on the promotion!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 08, 2017, 05:05:53 PM
Youre a lying liar, and youll lie about that all day long! I could show you proof after proof that you lie, and youde shrug them off, bury it in a mountain of shitposts from your shill army and say truth is relevant or some other mind warping lie.
Show me where - you failed last time you tried. I believe that the material I post is correct!

Im sure you believe alot of things to be correct that are incorrect.

Rabinoz is a motherfudger.

He's just angry because he was called out for lying. 15yo scientist with his CCL (which he still hasn't owned up to)..

Thats not true. I explained that situation. Why are all the globalists here dirty rotten liars??
You explained how you lied? Really!? Now you're just lying again.

I explained how I was not lying. Read what I post.
Right. Clear as mud.

Do I have to link my post, or will you fess up to your mistake?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on April 08, 2017, 05:58:52 PM
I explained how I was not lying. Read what I post.

And I carefully explained to you how I was not lying by giving you detailed evidence. So read what I post.

All I get from you is ridicule, so you have to expect ridicule back.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 08, 2017, 11:11:53 PM
Looking directly at the sun during the correct times, is beneficial to the human body, and you have provided no evidence to the contrary.

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Post by: Bullwinkle on April 08, 2017, 11:21:19 PM
Looking directly at the sun during the correct times, is beneficial to the human body, and you have provided no evidence to the contrary.

You want cookies for dinner and mom said no.


Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on April 09, 2017, 12:09:49 AM
Looking directly at the sun during the correct times, is beneficial to the human body, and you have provided no evidence to the contrary.
You really should identify who you are replying to!

But you are a great one to come out with "and you have provided no evidence to the contrary"!
When are you going to provide evidence that "THE EARTH IS FLAT" other than your baseless claims?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: EnjoyDeathLite on April 09, 2017, 05:05:53 AM
Ken M?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 09, 2017, 08:49:45 PM
Looking directly at the sun during the correct times, is beneficial to the human body, and you have provided no evidence to the contrary.

You want cookies for dinner and mom said no.

Why arent you banned? You post nothing but nonsense.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 09, 2017, 11:52:14 PM
Looking directly at the sun during the correct times, is beneficial to the human body, and you have provided no evidence to the contrary.

You want cookies for dinner and mom said no.

Why arent you banned? You post nothing but nonsense.

Teh lulz?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 10, 2017, 07:34:24 PM
Oh, you find nonsense funny disputenone?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 10, 2017, 07:46:20 PM
Oh, you find nonsense funny disputenone?

Of course.

What's the next step of your master plan.

(https://s29.postimg.org/wne41edc7/ofcourse.jpg)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 10, 2017, 07:54:09 PM
Nice! Changing quotes and posting irrelevant muck! You sure know how to sway opinion, bub.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 10, 2017, 07:59:38 PM
Facts speak for themselves.

You know I would be totally within reason to call you controlled opposition right?

I don't think you are, I buy the story you are just a kid. However don't be so quick to call everyone here shills, not saying there aren't any, every forum has some opinion control.

Don't stare at the sun.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 11, 2017, 12:22:30 PM
Facts speak for themselves.

Don't stare at the sun.

Alright show me some FACTS that say sun gazing at the correct times is harmful.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 11, 2017, 02:27:19 PM
Facts speak for themselves.

Don't stare at the sun.

Alright show me some FACTS that say sun gazing at the correct times is harmful.

Just because the UV index is lower when its on the horizon, doesn't mean the damage is non existent. It just means the damage at any time is lower. UV damage has a cumulative effect. That's why over the years, you get 'age spots', wrinkles and poorer quality skin.

The wavelength of UV is very small, tight, high energy and ionising. It is small enough to go straight through your pupils. There is nothing beneficial about this wave length hitting your eyes. If your after vitamin D, there are tablets that do the job. If your after some 'healing' effects, buy an IR lamp.

It is simply pointless to look at the sun (unless your point is to damage your eyes and increase chances of cancer through UV's DNA mutation ability). But given you have demonstrated how utterly stupid you are, your genes are not desired in the human gene pool so actually by all means, stare at the sun. Long and hard too. Allow Darwinism to take its course.

Nobody but Mercola can sway your opinion anyway
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on April 11, 2017, 03:10:54 PM
Looking directly at the sun during the correct times, is beneficial to the human body, and you have provided no evidence to the contrary.

You want cookies for dinner and mom said no.

Why arent you banned? You post nothing but nonsense.


Drinking gasoline is good for you. 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 11, 2017, 04:57:48 PM
Im still waiting for the FACTS shifter, not your opinion. You can say its pointless and harmful all you want, and scare people away by saying it does damage over time, but the FACTS dont back you up!

In comparison, go glug a glass of gasoline, and see if you feel good.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 11, 2017, 05:07:08 PM
The FACT is UV radiation is a high energy ionising radiation which is harmful to cells. Tell me again why the cells in your eye are exempt?

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 12, 2017, 03:21:57 PM
For the same reason that people who dont get enough sun become depressed.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 12, 2017, 03:51:04 PM
Moderate sun exposure increases the production of vitamin D. These days we can take a capsule instead. Your buddy Mercola is probably a huge fan of them. He'll probably even link the 'Winter blues' to the lack of vitamin D production from the suns strength being a lot lower.

It is totally pointless and unnecessary to have any UV ray go directly through your pupils. It is just a crazy stupid idea. The damage is cumulative.

We except the cumulative damage on our skin because there are benefits to the sun exposure through vitamin D production and it's also cleansing (kills germs). There is a huge difference in getting wrinkles and age spots and your quality of life, then having that same damage in your eyeballs and the impact on your quality of life that will have. Our skin is far better equipped (especially darker skin) to handle sun exposure than our eyes. We simple didn't evolve to stare at the sun for any length of time. There are no imagined benefits to do so. Especially in the modern age with vitamin D supplements and IR lamps which are pretty harmless. UV? Harmful.

You are going to do whatever you want to do. It's your body and I'm not fussed and wont lose any sleep no matter how much damage happens to you.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 12, 2017, 04:00:55 PM
See? You admit sun exposure is healthy and cleansing.

So is sun gazing.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 12, 2017, 04:17:12 PM
Very limited sun exposure but in the modern age in the first world, the need for sun exposure can be rendered irrelevant anyway. And if you are white, incidental sun exposure is enough to grab your vitamin D needs (such as driving in a car or going to your mailbox)

It is one thing to have sun exposure on skin which has adapted to receiving it. And something completely different to sun exposure inside your eyes which has never evolved to deal with it. What exactly do you think you will gain that can not be obtained any other way?

'Sun gazing' or whatever nicer sounding term you want to name it has zero benefits and plenty of detriments. Get yourself an IR lamp, shut your eyes and from a distance that doesn't heat up the inside of your eyeball so much, 'look' at the lamp for a few seconds (the IR waves will penetrate the thin eyelid skin). THAT is far better looking directly at the sun.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 14, 2017, 09:40:53 AM
Very limited sun exposure but in the modern age in the first world, the need for sun exposure can be rendered irrelevant anyway. And if you are white, incidental sun exposure is enough to grab your vitamin D needs (such as driving in a car or going to your mailbox)

Sun exposure can be rendered irrelevant?

What nonsense.

There is no artifical replacement.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on April 14, 2017, 02:07:27 PM
See? You admit sun exposure is healthy and cleansing.

So why are you such an angry tool?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on April 14, 2017, 05:07:03 PM
See? You admit sun exposure is healthy and cleansing.

So why are you such an angry tool?
Maybe a bit :P too much sun  :P!
Now I know Liberace said "Too much of a good thing is wonderful"

But . . . . . . . . . !

I know I've been accused of not having much of a sense of humour,
But, I think that, Arealhumanbeing is probably the first with none, zilch, nada or whatever!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 17, 2017, 09:08:21 AM
Looking at the sun is good for you.  :)

Seriously.

Im not trying to do anything other than spread the good knowledge I have obtained through experience.

Stare at the sun at sun up and sun down.

It cleanses your pineal gland.

Your third eye.

IT IS REAL.

It is the MINDS EYE.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 17, 2017, 02:56:21 PM
Lets say for arguments sake that your pineal gland could be 'cleansed' by looking at the sun......

Is it worth bombarding every cell and nerve in your eyeball to damaging UV radiation? Is it the UV radiation that does its magic to the pineal gland or some other pathway that can be replicated without the sun.

Your eye is a lens, in the same way holding a lens in the sun on an ant cooks the ant by focusing the heat in a narrow point, the same thing works inside your eyeball.

Just because someone masquerading as a health specialist says sun staring is good and cleanses the pineal gland, doesn't mean that it does. If it really does, please point me in the direction of peer reviewed research articles stating this. Surely Mercola would have, if it is indeed true and if he was a REAL doctor.

the only thing REAL is that UV radiation is damaging to our cells and especially our eyes.

You're still young. I was once a fan of the likes of Mercola and Mike Adams myself. Then age gave me a little wisdom and then I realised that they are the ones who's advice is doing the real harm in society and that they are frauds and fear mongering for a quick and easy buck.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 17, 2017, 03:53:51 PM
Im not making any money by sitting here and typing this.

What I say is true.

The government wants your third eye shut, so they can take advantage of your blindess.

Many truths such as sun gazing, Earths shape, and the existence of God are intentionally hidden from you.

Knowldge is power.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 17, 2017, 04:26:25 PM
Almost every government uses God and was founded on the ideals of God and make no secret about it. Some unlucky countries mandate the belief in God or you will be executed. I'm not sure where you are going with that one.

I don't believe you make money from spouting ignorance on here but the people that suckered you in sure hope it nets them more publicity and thus more money. You are unknowingly working for them

Not looking at the sun doesn't 'close your mind' and there is no secret government agenda designed to keep you in the dark on issues. I know this may comes as a bit of a shock but to the uber wealthy, elites and the government, you are insignificant, unimportant and unknown.



Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on April 17, 2017, 07:30:28 PM
Im not making any money by sitting here and typing this.

May I please correct the rest of your post?
Arealhumanbeing claims, "What I say is true."
Arealhumanbeing claims that, "The government wants your third eye shut, so they can take advantage of your blindess."
Arealhumanbeing claims that, "Many truths such as sun gazing, Earths shape, and the existence of God are intentionally hidden from you."
Arealhumanbeing claims that, "Knowldge is power."
I think that "Knowledge is power."
But how you connect "Earth's shape" with this I'll never work out.

The earth has been considered a Globe for thousands of years and many in the early church were very explicit about that!
I can assure you that the group Creation Ministries is a very strongly anti-evolution, young earth creation group,
but they are almost as strongly anti-flat earth as they are anti-evolution.
For all that, they do not condemn people that believe differently the way you do.

I do believe that they have researched this matter very thoroughly. Just take a look at:
Flat Earth Debate / Re: The Earth Is Not Spinning « Message by rabinoz on January 23, 2016, 05:13:17 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=65460.msg1751713;topicseen#msg1751713) containing this
Quote
The flat earth’s two main proponents were obscure figures named Lactantius (c. 240 – c. 320) and Cosmas Indicopleustes (6th century; the last name means “voyager to India”). However, they were hugely outweighed by tens of thousands of Christian theologians, poets, artists, scientists, and rulers who unambiguously affirmed that the earth was round. Russell documents accounts supporting earth’s sphericity from numerous medieval church scholars such as friar Roger Bacon (1220–1292), inventor of spectacles; leading medieval scientists such as John Buridan (1301–1358) and Nicholas Oresme (1320–1382); the monk John of Sacrobosco (c. 1195–c. 1256) who wrote Treatise on the Sphere, and many more.

One of the best-known proponents of a globe-shaped earth was the early English monk, theologian and historian, the Venerable Bede (673–735), who popularized the common BC/AD dating system. Less well known was that he was also a leading astronomer of his day.

And here is what Bede said about the shape of the earth—round “like a ball” not “like a shield”:
Quote
We call the earth a globe, not as if the shape of a sphere were expressed in the diversity of plains and mountains, but because, if all things are included in the outline, the earth’s circumference will represent the figure of a perfect globe. … For truly it is an orb placed in the centre of the universe; in its width it is like a circle, and not circular like a shield but rather like a ball, and it extends from its centre with perfect roundness on all sides.”

From Creation.com, The flat earth myth (http://creation.com/flat-earth-myth)

But you, Arealhumanbeing, think that you are so much wiser than all these real humans beings, and claim that the Globe is a modern invention of someone, maybe NASA, Freemasons or who I can't fathom.

By the way, in the time of Paul the Apostle, who was Saul of Tarsus,
it seems that the Hebrews would have believed that the earth was flat and the Greeks that it was a Globe, agreed?
Yet Paul could say,
Quote
There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.
He makes no mention of those Greeks having to give up all these ideas of a Globe earth.
Surely if the shape of the earth was so vital an issue he would have mentioned it somewhere.
Yes, I know that he also wrote
Quote
For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.
But there is nothing to connect this with the shape of the earth, other that the so-call wisdom of some people.

But you, in your modern wisdom, completely ignore all this.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: markjo on April 18, 2017, 09:04:18 AM
For the same reason that people who dont get enough sun become depressed.

What makes you think that it's the UV radiation that affects depression?
Quote from: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/seasonal-affective-disorder/in-depth/seasonal-affective-disorder-treatment/art-20048298?pg=2[/quote
A light therapy box mimics outdoor light. Researchers believe this type of light causes a chemical change in the brain that lifts your mood and eases other symptoms of SAD.

Generally, the light box should:

    Provide an exposure to 10,000 lux of light
    Emit as little UV light as possible
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 19, 2017, 07:49:48 AM
But you, Arealhumanbeing, think that you are so much wiser than all these real humans beings, and claim that the Globe is a modern invention of someone, maybe NASA, Freemasons or who I can't fathom.

Please, show me where I claimed the globe to be a modern invention.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: mysticalcreature on April 19, 2017, 08:04:24 AM
I suggest you stare at the sun at noon  :)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 19, 2017, 08:11:35 AM
I suggest you stare at the sun at noon  :)

No, dont do that. Only gaze at sun up or sun down, near the horizon.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: mysticalcreature on April 19, 2017, 08:22:35 AM
I suggest you stare at the sun at noon  :)

No, dont do that. Only gaze at sun up or sun down, near the horizon.

I was being sarcastic
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on April 19, 2017, 08:51:56 AM
Im not making any money by sitting here and typing this.

May I please correct the rest of your post?
Arealhumanbeing claims, "What I say is true."
Arealhumanbeing claims that, "The government wants your third eye shut, so they can take advantage of your blindess."
Arealhumanbeing claims that, "Many truths such as sun gazing, Earths shape, and the existence of God are intentionally hidden from you."
Arealhumanbeing claims that, "Knowldge is power."
I think that "Knowledge is power."
But how you connect "Earth's shape" with this I'll never work out.

The earth has been considered a Globe for thousands of years and many in the early church were very explicit about that!
I can assure you that the group Creation Ministries is a very strongly anti-evolution, young earth creation group,
but they are almost as strongly anti-flat earth as they are anti-evolution.
For all that, they do not condemn people that believe differently the way you do.

I do believe that they have researched this matter very thoroughly. Just take a look at:
Flat Earth Debate / Re: The Earth Is Not Spinning « Message by rabinoz on January 23, 2016, 05:13:17 PM » (https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=65460.msg1751713;topicseen#msg1751713) containing this
Quote
The flat earth’s two main proponents were obscure figures named Lactantius (c. 240 – c. 320) and Cosmas Indicopleustes (6th century; the last name means “voyager to India”). However, they were hugely outweighed by tens of thousands of Christian theologians, poets, artists, scientists, and rulers who unambiguously affirmed that the earth was round. Russell documents accounts supporting earth’s sphericity from numerous medieval church scholars such as friar Roger Bacon (1220–1292), inventor of spectacles; leading medieval scientists such as John Buridan (1301–1358) and Nicholas Oresme (1320–1382); the monk John of Sacrobosco (c. 1195–c. 1256) who wrote Treatise on the Sphere, and many more.

One of the best-known proponents of a globe-shaped earth was the early English monk, theologian and historian, the Venerable Bede (673–735), who popularized the common BC/AD dating system. Less well known was that he was also a leading astronomer of his day.

And here is what Bede said about the shape of the earth—round “like a ball” not “like a shield”:
Quote
We call the earth a globe, not as if the shape of a sphere were expressed in the diversity of plains and mountains, but because, if all things are included in the outline, the earth’s circumference will represent the figure of a perfect globe. … For truly it is an orb placed in the centre of the universe; in its width it is like a circle, and not circular like a shield but rather like a ball, and it extends from its centre with perfect roundness on all sides.”

From Creation.com, The flat earth myth (http://creation.com/flat-earth-myth)

But you, Arealhumanbeing, think that you are so much wiser than all these real humans beings, and claim that the Globe is a modern invention of someone, maybe NASA, Freemasons or who I can't fathom.

By the way, in the time of Paul the Apostle, who was Saul of Tarsus,
it seems that the Hebrews would have believed that the earth was flat and the Greeks that it was a Globe, agreed?
Yet Paul could say,
Quote
There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.
He makes no mention of those Greeks having to give up all these ideas of a Globe earth.
Surely if the shape of the earth was so vital an issue he would have mentioned it somewhere.
Yes, I know that he also wrote
Quote
For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.
But there is nothing to connect this with the shape of the earth, other that the so-call wisdom of some people.

But you, in your modern wisdom, completely ignore all this.
Shillinoz would you really take all the time to type all this bs if you weren't getting paid for it..
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: JimmyTheCrab on April 19, 2017, 12:00:21 PM
I suggest you stare at the sun at noon  :)

No, dont do that. Only gaze at sun up or sun down, near the horizon.
Lucky the earth is round then isn't it?  Otherwise you wouldn't have an horizon.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: gotham on April 19, 2017, 12:43:06 PM
Is the the claim also that proper sun gazing can help when a person already wears glasses and their correction is getting worse in one eye or both?

I haven't seen this discussed specifically, but I could have missed it...



 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 19, 2017, 06:04:19 PM
Here is something I found which is complete and utter garbage

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_sol67.htm

Quote
Safe Sungazing Practice
 
 Sungazing is a one-time practice of your lifetime usually for a period of 9 months.

 

You can break up the practice in three phases. 0 to 3 months, 3-6 months and 6- 9 months. You have to walk barefoot for 45 minutes for the rest of your life. Food makes us commit the maximum pain to others and exploit others. The practice entails looking at the rising or setting sun one time per day only during the safe hours. No harm will come to your eyes during the morning and evening safe hours.

 

The safe hours are anytime within 1-hour window after sunrise or anytime within the 1-hr window before sunset. It is scientifically proven beyond a reasonable doubt that during these times, one is free from UV and IR rays exposure, which is harmful to your eyes.

 

To determine the timings of sunrise or sunset, you can check the local newspaper, which also lists the UV Index as 0 during these times. Both times are good for practice - it depends on individual's convenience. Sun gazing also has the added advantage of getting vitamin A and D during the 1-hour safe period window.

 

Vitamin A is necessary for the health of the eye, the only vitamin that the eye requires. If you sungaze, the spectacles and the associated power in the eye will go away and this will provide better eyesight without glasses.

 For those who cannot initially sungaze during the safe periods, sunbathing is an effective method for receiving the sun energy at a slower pace until one is able to sungaze. Best times to take sunbath is when the UV index is lower 2 or below.

 

This usually occurs within the 2-hour window after sunrise or before sunset. Sun bathing during the day is to be avoided, except for during the winter months, when the UV index usually remains at 2 all throughout which is safe for sunbathing. Check your local newspaper to see the published results for UV Index to be sure.

 

Also do not use sunscreen. When body gets heated up you perspire and sweat is a waste product and needs to go out of the body.

 

When you are painted or coated with lotions and creams - they get degenerated and the chemicals enter your body. It is our malpractice - our wrong use - why we blame the sun for skin cancers.


Throwing in 'walking barefoot for 45 minutes everyday for the rest of your life' for good measure. Not sure what it has to do with sun gazing but probably to do with the pseudoscience of 'grounding'. If your kitchen tap is metal, just touch it and the job is done.

Saying that the sun is FREE from UV rays up to 1 hour after sunrise and 1 hour before sunset. Really NO UV??? He even suggests there are no IR rays either!!!

So no heat and no UV. And if IR rays are damaging to our eyes, what about the visible light spectrum??

Suggesting that you can create Vitamin A for your eyes by looking at the sun????

He suggests that sun screen prevents you from sweating.

There's a lot more but it's just spouting ignorance. It really is a shame that people actually fall for this and that people irresponsibly use a platform like the internet to perpetuate dangerous and ignorant advice on subjects they know nothing about. Poor impressionable youths like 'arealhumanbeing' read it, sounds rebellious and badass and follow it because some stranger they never met, said it.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 20, 2017, 05:40:33 PM
Is the the claim also that proper sun gazing can help when a person already wears glasses and their correction is getting worse in one eye or both?

I haven't seen this discussed specifically, but I could have missed it...

Absolutely. My vision has never been stronger.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 20, 2017, 05:49:14 PM
Is the the claim also that proper sun gazing can help when a person already wears glasses and their correction is getting worse in one eye or both?

I haven't seen this discussed specifically, but I could have missed it...

Absolutely. My vision has never been stronger.

People who take placebo pills claim they have never felt better. So what's your point? You may be looking at it when the UV index is low and for a short time, but UV damage is cumulative. The power of your mind telling you that its great may overcome the slow but accumulating damage that is happening.

Also consider, skin cancer doesn't happen immediately after a specific sun exposure. It can take years before it happens. Your eyes are far less resistant so while you may think you are doing good for your eyes (and for arguments sake, lets say there was a minor benefit), does the risk of cancer outweigh this miniscule benefit?

Also ask yourself can this benefit be attained by any other means.

Reduce the hazards, reduce the risk.

I still have not received any idea or input from you in what part of sun gazing does the benefit come from. Is it the UV or IR?

Or even, could it be that many of the kind of people who do gaze at the sun, also mediate, are more relaxed in general and look after their well being in terms of diet. Looking at the sun is just some weird thing they do, but if they didn't do it, they would still feel the same thanks in part to other aspects of their lifestyle.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 20, 2017, 05:54:37 PM
Is the the claim also that proper sun gazing can help when a person already wears glasses and their correction is getting worse in one eye or both?

I haven't seen this discussed specifically, but I could have missed it...

Absolutely. My vision has never been stronger.

People who take placebo pills claim they have never felt better. So what's your point? You may be looking at it when the UV index is low and for a short time, but UV damage is cumulative. The power of your mind telling you that its great may overcome the slow but accumulating damage that is happening.

Also consider, skin cancer doesn't happen immediately after a specific sun exposure. It can take years before it happens. Your eyes are far less resistant so while you may think you are doing good for your eyes (and for arguments sake, lets say there was a minor benefit), does the risk of cancer outweigh this miniscule benefit?

Also ask yourself can this benefit be attained by any other means.

Reduce the hazards, reduce the risk.

I still have not received any idea or input from you in what part of sun gazing does the benefit come from. Is it the UV or IR?

Or even, could it be that many of the kind of people who do gaze at the sun, also mediate, are more relaxed in general and look after their well being in terms of diet. Looking at the sun is just some weird thing they do, but if they didn't do it, they would still feel the same thanks in part to other aspects of their lifestyle.

People who take placebo pills dont show signs of improved vision at the optometrist.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 20, 2017, 06:07:18 PM
I never looked at the sun and growing up and I got ever increasing scores at the optometrist. It happens. Vision can improve or deteriorate.

Still, tell me.... Do you think it is the UV doing the positive effects or the IR?

What else do you do in your lifestyle that could contribute to good health and wellbeing which probably has a more positive impact on the health and state of your eyes than looking at the sun would.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 22, 2017, 07:06:30 AM
I never looked at the sun and growing up and I got ever increasing scores at the optometrist. It happens. Vision can improve or deteriorate.

Still, tell me.... Do you think it is the UV doing the positive effects or the IR?

What else do you do in your lifestyle that could contribute to good health and wellbeing which probably has a more positive impact on the health and state of your eyes than looking at the sun would.

Before I started sun gazing, I stopped drinking fluoridated water.

Which sadly also meant not eating out at restaurants, for they cook their beans, make their rice and simmer their soups in fluoridated water.

Maybe my cleared thoughts from a poison free diet led me to understand how beneficial sun gazing is.

The body cannot survive without the mind. And the mind cannot survive without the body.

They must both be healthy for a healthy human being.

Watch what you eat, watch what you do!

Sun gazing will benefit you nothing if you spend your entire day eating cake and watching movies in bed, well maybe a little, you might enjoy that cake and the movies more...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 22, 2017, 10:15:27 PM
I have ditched fluoridated water myself, with a whole house water filter followed by an undersink reverse osmosis filter which then gets remineralised with calcium and magnesium. Had it like that for a few years now. I especially thought about it when I got children. When my son was just born, I questioned the logic why a baby with no teeth, needs sodium fluoride. What you get in nature is calcium fluoride but we get our water supply deliberately contaminated with toxic waste that needs to get rid of.

I get that it may help teeth albeit marginally. Nothing will help teeth - fluoridated water or not in the junk food lifestyle where people eat ridiculous amounts of sugar and washed down with acidic soda.

I still don't buy the sun gazing argument. You have yet to tell me the mechanism of how it works. Are you not concerned you are following a controversial practice and have no idea how its supposed to do what it does?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 24, 2017, 04:14:29 PM
Reverse osmosis is a waste of energy, distilling water removes fluoride far better and home distillers are easy to make and more readily available to buy.

You can not believe that sungazing provides benefits all you want, but the fact is it does.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 24, 2017, 08:53:36 PM
You still have not given the mechanism behind how it works
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 25, 2017, 06:03:27 AM
Plus shifter is showing that he is capable of free and critical thought by asking why exactly fluoride is in our water.

Maybe you should present an argument based in facts and logic? I would certainly entertain it, at least until it became obviously wrong.

>inb4 loony
I just also think it's a little strange.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 25, 2017, 02:57:50 PM
Reverse osmosis is a waste of energy, distilling water removes fluoride far better and home distillers are easy to make and more readily available to buy.

You can not believe that sungazing provides benefits all you want, but the fact is it does.

Just on this point, I'd like to add that distilled water is not overly great fir your health. I'll let your buddy Mercola tell you why
http://www.mercola.com/article/water/distilled_water.htm

R/O water gets rid of absolutely everything too. Right down to particles as small as 0.0001 microns. Unlike distilled water it can filter out organic compounds as well. The good thing with R/O filters is that you have the opportunity to add in the system, minerals like calcium and magnesium. Also the technology is far better and more efficient than what it used to be instead of wasting 3 or 4 litres for every 1 litre of filtered water, its now down to 1:1. And if your savvy, you can capture the wasted water to use for your garden or whatever.

Unless you use solar power to distil your water you use a shit ton of energy to make it. And the end product has its downsides of not being very healthy anyway. You can do a test. If you have a pet fish, use 100% distilled water next time you change the water. Actually don't - the fish doesn't deserve to die for your ignorance.

I simply wish to know how the mechanism of staring into the sun somehow heals the eyes and its 'opening up' of the pineal gland. It's not good enough to say it's just a fact and it works. If that were really true, there would be some way to describe how it does it. I have tried to search for reasons by anyone on the internet that promotes this ideology and none of them can explain it. It is a dangerous way to perpetuate ignorance on gullible or desperate people. But I suppose promoting controversial therapies can score a few clicks and thus money and I'm betting that is the real reason.

If your mind was truly free and open, you would have looked at both sides of an argument without bias. You seem only to look at what is controversial or against the status quo, and believe that that itself lends credibility. I'm sorry but it doesn't.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Son of Orospu on April 25, 2017, 05:03:22 PM
Distilling does not get rid of volatile compounds.  In fact, it concentrates them. 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: atomsk on April 25, 2017, 05:29:30 PM
Distilling does not get rid of volatile compounds.  In fact, it concentrates them.

What? Distillation boils off the more volatile compounds. I performed a ton of distillations in university. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fractional_distillation
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Son of Orospu on April 25, 2017, 05:34:53 PM
Do you even know how distilling works?  You are making yourself look like an idiot.  Please, look it up.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: atomsk on April 25, 2017, 05:41:05 PM
Do you even know how distilling works?  You are making yourself look like an idiot.  Please, look it up.

Yes, absolutely. Like I said, I've performed distillation countless times. If you're talking about what's ending up in the receiving flask, sure, the volatile compounds are being concentrated. In the still pot, the original mixture is being separated. If you distill, for example, a mixture of alcohols and water, the alcohols will be evaporated out of the mixture because of their volatility. You'll be left with the concentrated alcohols in the flask and 'purified' water in the still pot. Do you even know how distilling works? Let me know when you get your chemistry degree.

Also: http://cactus.dixie.edu/smblack/chemlabs/Purifying_a_Liquid_by_Distillation.pdf
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Son of Orospu on April 25, 2017, 05:46:27 PM
It is funny how you think that distilling "boils off" anything.  Please, in all of your wisdom, explain how my original statement was wrong.  I always enjoy a good laugh, especially at a noob's expense.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 25, 2017, 05:56:51 PM
In the context of home distillation for drinking water however, there are some VOCs and PCBs that have far greater boiling points than 100 degrees Celsius. There are also some spores which will not be killed at 100 degrees either. In fact, to kill certain germs and things like prions, you need an autoclave which uses steam under pressure over several minutes.

arealhumanbeing claimed that distillation was far better than reverse osmosis. Personally, I believe R/O water to be far superior in both removal of everything and better in terms of being able to add back the minerals you want.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 25, 2017, 09:12:03 PM
I think the meat of this argument is why are governments poisoning our water and how do we get it out.

Is that not a disturbing notion?

That the people we "elected" see fit to poison us?



Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on April 25, 2017, 09:31:03 PM
Those same people who want to control your mind also created the Internet. And here you are...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 25, 2017, 10:37:05 PM
I think the meat of this argument is why are governments poisoning our water and how do we get it out.

Is that not a disturbing notion?

That the people we "elected" see fit to poison us?




The government may have no idea. There are no scientists or researchers in governments. They take their information from people who take their information from people that ultimately is sourced from people who have a huge stake in getting rid of fluoride and making a profit from it.

Do you think Doctors had any idea when they were prescribing Vioxx to their patients that it would ultimate kill thousands of them

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rofecoxib
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FDA analysts estimated that Vioxx caused between 88,000 and 139,000 heart attacks, 30 to 40 percent of which were probably fatal, in the five years the drug was on the market

Taking the worst case here, that's 11,120 people per year or 30 people every day killed by this drug doctors were prescribing. However the only thing you can blame the doctors for is ignorance. The information presented to them showed this to be a wonder drug however in the quest for profits the data during the experiments and trials was manipulated and cherry picked so that it appeared much safer than it was.

I do however blame doctors for the over prescription of statin drugs and shifting goal posts of what constitutes a 'healthy' level of cholesterol, however that is another story....

In the case of fluoride, It's the same thing. Dentists and government officials are relying on information and studies that have been cherry picked by those in the industry. Some dentists will swear black and blue that in towns they travel to where there is no fluoridation that peoples teeth are worse. Failing to take in account the people in regional towns are less well of to begin with. Wealthier towns generally have a healthier population. Whether or not their is fluoride in the drinking supply is irrelevant. Personally, I am ok with fluoride in toothpaste. They are right when they say it works. But that's not the whole truth you need to hear. It works by contact. Something that then makes its addition in drinking water questionable as it is pointless. And sodium fluoride (not found in nature that is confused with calcium fluoride as is sometimes argued) is nasty in that the body is not so easily able to rid itself of it.

I object to having a basic human right and essential life sustaining component tampered with by anything other than basic disinfection to keep it sanitary. Chlorine is piss easy and cheap to filter out and once the water leaves the tap, the chlorines job is done and no longer wanted. Some governments and councils are trying to get creative and add ammonia with the chlorine to make 'chloramine' which is far more expensive to remove. I have to ponder why chlorine which has served the public well for decades is no longer good enough for some councils.....
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 25, 2017, 10:53:24 PM
You're really quite bright and well informed, Shifter.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 25, 2017, 11:15:18 PM
You're really quite bright and well informed, Shifter.

I have spent the last 20 years interested in the subject of health and wellbeing. Funnily enough, I never took to staring at the sun  ::)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 26, 2017, 11:30:26 AM
I think the meat of this argument is why are governments poisoning our water and how do we get it out.

Is that not a disturbing notion?

That the people we "elected" see fit to poison us?




The government may have no idea. There are no scientists or researchers in governments. They take their information from people who take their information from people that ultimately is sourced from people who have a huge stake in getting rid of fluoride and making a profit from it.

Do you think Doctors had any idea when they were prescribing Vioxx to their patients that it would ultimate kill thousands of them

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rofecoxib
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FDA analysts estimated that Vioxx caused between 88,000 and 139,000 heart attacks, 30 to 40 percent of which were probably fatal, in the five years the drug was on the market

Taking the worst case here, that's 11,120 people per year or 30 people every day killed by this drug doctors were prescribing. However the only thing you can blame the doctors for is ignorance. The information presented to them showed this to be a wonder drug however in the quest for profits the data during the experiments and trials was manipulated and cherry picked so that it appeared much safer than it was.

I do however blame doctors for the over prescription of statin drugs and shifting goal posts of what constitutes a 'healthy' level of cholesterol, however that is another story....

In the case of fluoride, It's the same thing. Dentists and government officials are relying on information and studies that have been cherry picked by those in the industry. Some dentists will swear black and blue that in towns they travel to where there is no fluoridation that peoples teeth are worse. Failing to take in account the people in regional towns are less well of to begin with. Wealthier towns generally have a healthier population. Whether or not their is fluoride in the drinking supply is irrelevant. Personally, I am ok with fluoride in toothpaste. They are right when they say it works. But that's not the whole truth you need to hear. It works by contact. Something that then makes its addition in drinking water questionable as it is pointless. And sodium fluoride (not found in nature that is confused with calcium fluoride as is sometimes argued) is nasty in that the body is not so easily able to rid itself of it.

I object to having a basic human right and essential life sustaining component tampered with by anything other than basic disinfection to keep it sanitary. Chlorine is piss easy and cheap to filter out and once the water leaves the tap, the chlorines job is done and no longer wanted. Some governments and councils are trying to get creative and add ammonia with the chlorine to make 'chloramine' which is far more expensive to remove. I have to ponder why chlorine which has served the public well for decades is no longer good enough for some councils.....

Oh? No researchers or scientists in the government? You are dilluted sir...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on April 26, 2017, 01:01:21 PM
I think the meat of this argument is why are governments poisoning our water and how do we get it out.

Is that not a disturbing notion?

That the people we "elected" see fit to poison us?




The government may have no idea. There are no scientists or researchers in governments. They take their information from people who take their information from people that ultimately is sourced from people who have a huge stake in getting rid of fluoride and making a profit from it.

Do you think Doctors had any idea when they were prescribing Vioxx to their patients that it would ultimate kill thousands of them

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rofecoxib
Quote
FDA analysts estimated that Vioxx caused between 88,000 and 139,000 heart attacks, 30 to 40 percent of which were probably fatal, in the five years the drug was on the market

Taking the worst case here, that's 11,120 people per year or 30 people every day killed by this drug doctors were prescribing. However the only thing you can blame the doctors for is ignorance. The information presented to them showed this to be a wonder drug however in the quest for profits the data during the experiments and trials was manipulated and cherry picked so that it appeared much safer than it was.

I do however blame doctors for the over prescription of statin drugs and shifting goal posts of what constitutes a 'healthy' level of cholesterol, however that is another story....

In the case of fluoride, It's the same thing. Dentists and government officials are relying on information and studies that have been cherry picked by those in the industry. Some dentists will swear black and blue that in towns they travel to where there is no fluoridation that peoples teeth are worse. Failing to take in account the people in regional towns are less well of to begin with. Wealthier towns generally have a healthier population. Whether or not their is fluoride in the drinking supply is irrelevant. Personally, I am ok with fluoride in toothpaste. They are right when they say it works. But that's not the whole truth you need to hear. It works by contact. Something that then makes its addition in drinking water questionable as it is pointless. And sodium fluoride (not found in nature that is confused with calcium fluoride as is sometimes argued) is nasty in that the body is not so easily able to rid itself of it.

I object to having a basic human right and essential life sustaining component tampered with by anything other than basic disinfection to keep it sanitary. Chlorine is piss easy and cheap to filter out and once the water leaves the tap, the chlorines job is done and no longer wanted. Some governments and councils are trying to get creative and add ammonia with the chlorine to make 'chloramine' which is far more expensive to remove. I have to ponder why chlorine which has served the public well for decades is no longer good enough for some councils.....

Oh? No researchers or scientists in the government? You are dilluted sir...
Is his concentration level shifting up or down? From his name I assume it is not remaining constant.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 26, 2017, 02:42:29 PM
Oh? No researchers or scientists in the government? You are dilluted sir...

Did you mean deluded?

I can certainly speak for Australia, not every country in the world however. Care to name a few to correct me?

I sued to be involved in medical research myself. Now while the goal of finding drugs or better treatments for diabetes is laudable, all the money that we get funded come from external grants. The people paying the money want some kind of return on their investment. My boss would spend most of the time, seeking these funds and submitting proposals. Our group then gets 'x' hundreds of thousands of dollars and one time several million. Naturally, they want to see positive results. More than a few times I felt my boss would get me to cherry pick which results 'mattered' or if an unfavourable outcome (ie the drug didn't work), change the goalposts. This would often distort the real world result in a way that makes it seem like the drug was somewhat effective. I believe the intensions were ultimately good but this felt like bad science. Researchers are essentially dictated to by the people that hand out the money and they want to see good results for their company on the stock market.

I believe most in the government is sincere when they say the addition of fluoride to our drinking water is for our own good. (Those that aren't earn more than enough to remove it from their own water though!) However it is naïve of them to blindly follow the advice from corporations that have profit margins to ever inflate. It is not a conspiracy against us from them. When someone gets elected to government they don't go into a locked room and get told the 'truth' about fluoride in our water amongst other things. Your government is far more down the ladder in terms of ultimate power and certainly knowledge than you think.

Anyway arealhumanbeing if I am so deluded, perhaps you can tell me who in your government (or anywhere in the world) is an actual scientist or researcher (or even an ex one). Having a 'Minster for Science' etc doesn't count. The person in that portfolio does not need to have the first clue about it. Most people in their assigned portfolios probably don't have a lot of first hand experience in the field.

Or is there going to be continued silence or deflection from you. This thread topic is about looking at the sun and you claiming it's a fact that its good for you. You still cant even explain how it works despite repeated requests.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 26, 2017, 02:50:17 PM
Are you aware of how ridiculous you sound?

I answer every question. You simply pose the same ones over and over.

I have answered how and why sungazing is beneficial. Read the thread.

Your government is far more down the ladder in terms of ultimate power and certainly knowledge than you think.

Yes, youre right. The government is just a facade for evil. And thats why it needs to be destroyed.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 26, 2017, 05:12:39 PM
If you think your country would be better off without a government than take a look at the glorious Somalia. You might be happier if you moved there. No evil government telling you what you can and cant do

The only things you have said about looking at the sun and being good is

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Staring at the sun, just at sunrise and sunset, before it rises to high above the horizon is healthy for every part of your body.

questioned further you said

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The sun is the source of all of the human bodies energy.

So I guess we just eat food for fun? Plants utilise photosynthesis. We don't. We depend on the sun sure, but sun exposure to our bodies does not provide us with any energy. It can have an effect on 'mood' if one likes it. What has it got to do with gazing at the sun though?

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Vitamin K is also a necessary vitamin that is often overlooked.
What has Vitamin K got to do with sun gazing? Our bodies only produce Vitamin D3 from the sun and we don't need to stare into the sun to get it and can get large amounts from supplements

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Thats another reason why this knowledge is shunned and  withheld from the masses. Doing this cures many common ailments and is completely free.

Please enlighten us with this knowledge then!


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Many Native American tribes practiced sun watching.

I (and any other logical person) don't buy into the argument that just because some ancient tribe did something ages ago, it must be good for us. Many ancient tribes practice barbaric rituals. Chinese traditional medicine slaughter endangered animals to get some bear liver bile, rhino horn or tigers penis etc. Were they right?

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On a flat earth, when the sun is closest to the horizon, it is also the farthest away from you, making its rays less potent, and thefore safe for absorption

Humour me here, on the round earth model, would this practice still be safe?

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Because sungazing is healthy for your pineal gland!

Ok... What happens to the pineal gland when exposed to sunlight? Don't give another 'non answer' like 'it decalcifies it'. How does the pineal gland do that from sun gazing and how do these benefits offset the risk. How is the 2 related?

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I keep telling you what it does. The pineal is the origin of all human thought, and sungazing strengthens it immensely. Why? The pineal is light sensitive, thats why its also called the third eye! So by exercising the seat of your soul, your soul is strengthened.

This is not an answer. Even if you are right about it being 'light sensitive' (it's not for primates but is for birds, frogs and reptiles) that doesn't mean you need to need to stare at a massive UV emitting source. I could get the same effect then staring at a bright LED. I'll add an IR lamp to simulate the heat. Tell me why I need to expose my sensitive eyeballs and optic nerve to UV radiation. Melatonin production can be switched on or off in the presence of just visible light. It doesn't need UV and doesn't need one to gaze into the light source.

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Sun gazing provides the pineal with the energy required to create a nourish the body with its own naturally made chemicals.

More statements without references or explanations

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Much like the skin absorbs substances easily, so to can your eyes absorb energy easily through sunlight.

Absorbing ionising radiation is what we want less of. Not deliberately seek

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Looking directly at the sun during the correct times, is beneficial to the human body

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Looking at the sun is good for you.  :)

Seriously.

Im not trying to do anything other than spread the good knowledge I have obtained through experience.

Stare at the sun at sun up and sun down.

It cleanses your pineal gland.

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You can not believe that sungazing provides benefits all you want, but the fact is it does.

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I answer every question. You simply pose the same ones over and over.

Maybe you are young and don't know the right way to answer thoroughly. To answer a question such as 'How does sun gazing work' saying 'it works' is not an answer

There is a reason why 18 pages later people are still asking the question. Because it has not been answered.

So just answer me these because health and wellbeing is my keen interest.

When sun gazing, is the UV light involved in the benefits?

If yes, how does it work?
If no, can we use another light source?

What is the relationship between sun gazing and decalcifying the pineal gland? What exactly is going on here?

Can you provide any references to how this works (not citing Amerindian or ancient rituals but modern day research)


18 pages and people are still non the wiser to the workings of your suggestion of gun gazing.

I still believe the 'freedom' and 'clarity' one gets from sun gazing is more to do with the fresh open air, relaxation and meditation followed by a beautiful aesthetic scenery. Most people who live in inland cities never get time or a suitable place to see a sunrise/set as mountains or buildings get in the way. Those who see it over the ocean for example could also be benefiting from the salty negatively ion filled air. Those people who do have the opportunity to see a sunrise/sunset probably live a less hectic therefore less stressed lifestyle. You need to consider all the mitigating circumstances that have far more credibility in lending weight to feeling better. 'Sun gazing' may have nothing to do with the reason people feel good after a session. The quiet time, opportunity, pretty aesthetic and fresh air is what does the trick. I guarantee if you looked at the pretty clouds or the waves crashing against the rocks etc you would feel just as great.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 26, 2017, 06:33:41 PM
18 pages and people are still non the wiser to the workings of your suggestion of gun gazing.

Thats because youre not reading the thread and making false claims over and over, and in the process burying the answer tp exactly what your asking for under mountains of shitposts.

Nobody else has trouble comprehending that but you, Shifter.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 26, 2017, 06:36:29 PM
I also.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 26, 2017, 06:46:16 PM
I only started in this thread from page 13. You haven't answered anyone. You have not substantiated anything but ignore everyone and tell them they are wrong without any evidence to the contrary.

Can you not answer my simple questions?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: fliggs on April 26, 2017, 07:37:47 PM
It is not a quick process. It is not instantly refreshing nor rejuvenating. It is healing and nourishing, and it takes time and adherence. That's why it is so easily dismissed. Sure I could post some phony balogna site about how it does this or that, maybe its not balogna, but you wouldnt believe it anyway. Sometimes someones word is more convincing than evidence from the most reputable source.

Actually, that is NEVER true.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 26, 2017, 07:46:16 PM
Fliggs he's just a kid.

Go beat up some teenagers to boost your confidence if you need it so badly.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: fliggs on April 26, 2017, 07:55:13 PM
Fliggs he's just a kid.

Go beat up some teenagers to boost your confidence if you need it so badly.



Chasing me all over the forum...   Clearly you need some help. Maybe a therapist or... a job perhaps?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 26, 2017, 07:56:41 PM
Slow day at work.

Are you still LARPing?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: fliggs on April 26, 2017, 08:02:23 PM
Slow day at work.

Are you still LARPing?

It is certainly entertaining that you seem so engrossed in me despite not even having posted for a couple months. Maybe my assessment of some of the posters here was so spot-on that I offended you. And while you might be in the middle of your period, take the tampon out your ass and grow up. Stop acting like a petulant child.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 26, 2017, 08:10:58 PM
No.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: fliggs on April 26, 2017, 08:12:07 PM
No.

Then leave it in. Just change every 12 hours.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 26, 2017, 08:19:09 PM
LARP.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: fliggs on April 26, 2017, 08:52:54 PM
LARP.

Stunning comeback. Possibly the best comeback since Trump last said 'huuuuuuuge'.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 26, 2017, 09:14:19 PM
LARP.

Stunning comeback. Possibly the best comeback since Trump last said 'huuuuuuuge'.

Hillary supporter hey?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 27, 2017, 06:54:42 AM
Please, stop using my thread as some kind spam board for idiots.

Either post something relevant or read the thread that exists already.

Sun gazing is good for you. Your third eye is photoreceptive, and the light from sun up and sun down gives energy necessary for the function of the pineal gland.

Natural sunlight has no replacement. You can fake it with this spectrum or that wavelength, but in the end, nothing beats the REAL thing.

If youre still waking up to a bowl of fruity loops and a poop tart while watching ABC news fill your head stress and fear of everything, and you think thats healthy, think again!!!

Think of it as rebuilding an atrophied muscle. It takes time and effort, and also requires a reasonably healthy lifestyle

I suggest waking up before sunrise, go on a jog, and find a nice spot to watch the sun rise until it feels a bit too bright, then jog home. I promise you, in a few weeks of doing so, any goals in your life, and any issues that need resolving, will become clear as to how to obtain and resolve them.

Our government has known about this gland for a long time. It is the genesis of thought in the mind. Understanding complex ideas becomes easier and easier the more healthy your pineal gland is. So naturally, the "Govern"er of your "Ment"ality doesnt want to be outsmarted, and lose their power over you. Thats why fluoride is added to your water. Because fluoride inhibits your pineal gland from working properly.

So wake up everyone.

The age of enlightement has come.

Earth is flat.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 27, 2017, 02:13:13 PM
Your spin reminds me of those 'miracle' weight loss ads.

'Take this supplement! I lost 5lbs in 1 week!'

Then the small print says 'in conjunction with a calorie restricted diet and exercise regime'

In the end, the only thing the supplement did was 'lighten your wallet'. It was everything else that did the trick. Just like your sun gazing.

Your approach and dedication to better health is admirable, but please do some more evidence based research before you undertake or spruik dangerous advice.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on April 27, 2017, 03:34:17 PM
http://healthwyze.org/images/sodium_fluoride.jpg

(https://tse4.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.V3hQVnDbEySaBfxP551HoADHDo&pid=15.1&P=0&w=300&h=300)
(https://tse1.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.BkrVHCGa_MOWQ78tDSvHxADSEs&pid=15.1&P=0&w=300&h=300)
Flouride was marketed as a killer before they told you it was good for you.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 27, 2017, 04:28:22 PM
While I am no supporter of fluoride (I went to great expense to remove that crap from my home water supply) playing devils advocate, I could show you this

(http://medsnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/warfarin-300x300.jpg)

Where else is warfarin used??

(http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/05/03/article-2138792-0489C3600000044D-168_468x286.jpg)

Your blood thinning medication!

As usual, the dose makes the poison (water will kill you if taken too much at once)

The level of fluoride in the water is so low, it wont kill anyone by drinking the contaminated water, but was a great way to rid the industry of a looming environmental problem as to what to do with that waste back in the 'olden days'. This said however, before I got a whole house water filter, there were times I would turn on the tap and the water stank more than a chlorinated swimming pool. I'm guessing the mixture is sometimes messed up and you get more. Disastrous if it happened with a substance like fluoride.

I wonder if they switched over to warfarin for rat/mouse baits because they didn't want the population to see the connection between fluoride and poison

I cant believe they still coat teeth with fluoride after this - and especially to children who may not understand the concepts of poison.
http://fluoridealert.org/articles/kennerly/ (http://fluoridealert.org/articles/kennerly/)

And something else maybe to ponder... Does fluoride help aluminium pass the blood brain barrier and contribute to dementia?

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/iage/201407/is-dementia-caused-aluminum-through-fluoridation
 (https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/iage/201407/is-dementia-caused-aluminum-through-fluoridation)

What needs to be taken into account though is a greater population that is living longer to 'capture' more diseases and genetic predisposition. Still, it makes you think. Just because we live longer doesn't mean we need to capture dementia. Eliminating poisons from our diet (even if at micro doses) could help remain disease free. It's worth noting sodium fluoride is not always excreted from the body

Another reason I hate mandatory fluoridation - Babies aren't given much choice in ingesting it. And older people that may no longer have teeth - why are they forced to ingest it? How about we cut the sugar from our diets and better educate people on dental hygiene? 10 year olds today have eaten more sugar than their great grandparents did over their entire lives. Maybe that has something to do with tooth decay.

I'm sure arealhumanbeing has a lot to say that the fluoride can get lodged and stuck to the pineal gland. :)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 27, 2017, 05:10:38 PM
I'm guessing the mixture is sometimes messed up and you get more. Disastrous if it happened with a substance like fluoride.

Oh no...! Sometimes!? Sometimes large amounts of poison is dumped into your drinking glass by the people that take your taxes?

Did you know because all the restaraunts, canneries, and grocery stores use the same fluoridated chlorinated poison water that gets pumped to your home faucet, all your foods that include water as an ingredient for either the cooking process or final product is chok full of delicious heart warming mind openening poison poison poison...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 27, 2017, 05:28:11 PM
Oh no...! Sometimes!? Sometimes large amounts of poison is dumped into your drinking glass by the people that take your taxes?

It's a pretty twisted arrangement. That's why I circumvented it albeit at great expense. :)

Here's what I find odd. Proponents of fluoride 'counter the argument' that fluoride working on contact only therefore drinking it is pointless as it barely touches the teeth say something that is actually pretty disturbing when you think about it, and it goes along the lines of

Drinking fluoridated water will make your own saliva contain fluoride so your teeth get a constant contact with fluoride

In other words, they don't expect fluoride to leave your body. They bank on it. And because you keep swallowing your own saliva, over the years, the level of fluoride in your body must just go up and up and up.

If we are made of up to 70% water, I prefer that water to be free of poison as much as possible.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 27, 2017, 05:35:12 PM
In other words, they don't expect fluoride to leave your body. They bank on it. And because you keep swallowing your own saliva, over the years, the level of fluoride in your body must just go up and up and up.

You must be paid to be an idiot.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 27, 2017, 05:47:52 PM

In other words, they don't expect fluoride to leave your body. They bank on it. And because you keep swallowing your own saliva, over the years, the level of fluoride in your body must just go up and up and up.

You must be paid to be an idiot.


So you think fluoride is harmless now and leaves the body easily? Pick a side and stick to it FFS

A highly respected medical Journal, 'The Lancet' years ago has come out and classed Fluoride as a neurotoxin. It does leave one wondering why the governments are slow and resistant to ridding our water supplies of this poison. Studies done were shown in China it could lower the IQ of a developing child by 7 points
http://fluoridealert.org/news/lancet-neurology-reclassifies-fluoride-as-developmental-neurotoxin/ (http://fluoridealert.org/news/lancet-neurology-reclassifies-fluoride-as-developmental-neurotoxin/)

Fluoride in the future will be looked back at the new 'lead' our previous generations were exposed to.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 27, 2017, 07:39:32 PM

In other words, they don't expect fluoride to leave your body. They bank on it. And because you keep swallowing your own saliva, over the years, the level of fluoride in your body must just go up and up and up.

You must be paid to be an idiot.
So you think fluoride is harmless now and leaves the body easily? Pick a side and stick to it FFS

Where did I say that?

Or did you just pull it out your ass so you could put shit in my mouth?

Please dont do that.

I know why the government hasnt taken fluoride out of the water.

Because they dont want to.

They deserve whats coming to them.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 27, 2017, 08:18:22 PM
First you are against fluoride. I agree with you on the subject and advocate against it's use and all the harm it could potentially cause to people.

I say how disturbing it is that advocates of fluoride bank on the fact that adding fluoride to water will help the fluoride make up part of our saliva therefore constantly giving our teeth contact with fluoride. But given we swallow our saliva, our ingestion of fluoride would continue to rise as our bodies do not excrete it easily and we continue to ingest more and more of it through our water - this is what proponents of fluoride addition say is a good thing - NOT ME

You then say I must be 'paid to be an idiot' - why? Because I am concerned about the addition of fluoride? Are you a supporter of fluoridation?

So what side are you on exactly? You look like a yoyo and discredit yourself


And what exactly is 'coming' to the government? An angry rebellious confused teenager? 
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on April 27, 2017, 08:57:33 PM
He's going to do what he's always done - nothing. It's quite obvious to even the simple reader that you have completely flattened this moron, hence his remarks. He couldn't fight his way out of a wet paper bag..
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on April 28, 2017, 12:03:34 AM
And what exactly is 'coming' to the government?

Spitballs. And not a few!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 28, 2017, 12:20:05 AM
I'm sure governments around the world are shitting bricks after reading 'arealhumanbeings' ominous threat lol
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on April 28, 2017, 01:03:58 AM
The CIA are literally trembling.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 28, 2017, 07:43:27 AM
I say how disturbing it is that advocates of fluoride bank on the fact that adding fluoride to water will help the fluoride make up part of our saliva therefore constantly giving our teeth contact with fluoride. But given we swallow our saliva, our ingestion of fluoride would continue to rise as our bodies do not excrete it easily and we continue to ingest more and more of it through our water - this is what proponents of fluoride addition say is a good thing - NOT ME

Saliva swallowing alone will not increase fluoride levels. How could it? Only drinking more fluoridated water will. The fact that saliva retains fluoride has nothing to do with increasing levels of it in the human body. Let that sink in... Idiot...

And please point out what made you claim that I am a supporter of fluoride? Why would you claim that? Where did I say anything to lead you to believe that? Or are you just ignoring my last warning to you...?



Where did I say that?

Or did you just pull it out your ass so you could put shit in my mouth?

Please dont do that.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 28, 2017, 08:09:20 AM
Because saliva containing fluoride is already in your system constantly getting recycled over and over while you are ingesting more and more fluoride dumbass. Therefore fluoride concentration in your body over years of chronic exposure gets greater and greater

Let that logic sink in. Double dumbass
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 28, 2017, 08:54:48 AM
What you said just now and what you said earlier are two different things.

Learn to be literate, prick.

In other words, they don't expect fluoride to leave your body. They bank on it. And because you keep swallowing your own saliva, over the years, the level of fluoride in your body must just go up and up and up.

You must be paid to be an idiot.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 28, 2017, 12:55:04 PM
Learn to read properly the first time. What I said is the same thing. I simply had to explain it with logic for your simpleton brain. Perhaps the sun staring has had effects to your intelligence you don't realise. I know you say you are 15 but your ability to comprehend the written word is worse than someone who could be half your age

Stop staring at the sun.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 28, 2017, 01:02:27 PM
Learn to read properly the first time. What I said is the same thing. I simply had to explain it with logic for your simpleton brain. Perhaps the sun staring has had effects to your intelligence you don't realise. I know you say you are 15 but your ability to comprehend the written word is worse than someone who could be half your age

If you have to explain it, you didnt say the same thing, stop being a liar. Liars go to hell.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 28, 2017, 01:27:25 PM
If I had to explain it further it means the person I was talking to too was a dumbass too simplistic to understand the written word

My bad. I apologise for the confusion. Clearly I had given your intelligence level far too much credit than what it really has. I know when I was 15, I could already learn to read. I should not have assumed you could either. Especially since the sun has clearly eroded your brain and your ability to reason and apply logic.

So anyway, did you find a scientist/researcher who is active in politics? Or is that another question like so many others that you will ignore?

Consider it your 'homework'.  ;D





Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 28, 2017, 01:39:17 PM
If I had to explain it further it means the person I was talking to too was a dumbass too simplistic to understand the written word.

You sure sound intelligent.

There are plenty of researchers and scientists in the government.

Oh look... An employment link for scientists in the FDA...

https://www.fda.gov/ScienceResearch/ScienceCareerOpportunities/
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 28, 2017, 02:56:28 PM
Government as in politics side of it. The people who pass legislation or present bills to the parliament or equivalent. The ones you say deserve whats coming to them.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: pesadilla143 on April 28, 2017, 03:55:44 PM
No supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Kind of like the flat earth theory... no supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 28, 2017, 05:14:59 PM
No supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Kind of like the flat earth theory... no supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Except, I have since posted links supporting my claims.

Perhaps you should have read the thread.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Lonegranger on April 30, 2017, 01:02:53 PM
No supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Kind of like the flat earth theory... no supporting evidence, nothing, just your word.

Though you have to remember there is no such thing that can be regarded as a flat earth theory.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: IonSpen on April 30, 2017, 03:59:17 PM
Learn to read properly the first time. What I said is the same thing. I simply had to explain it with logic for your simpleton brain. Perhaps the sun staring has had effects to your intelligence you don't realise. I know you say you are 15 but your ability to comprehend the written word is worse than someone who could be half your age

If you have to explain it, you didnt say the same thing, stop being a liar. Liars go to hell.
Does that apply to 15yo scientists who have their CCL?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on April 30, 2017, 07:07:46 PM
Learn to read properly the first time. What I said is the same thing. I simply had to explain it with logic for your simpleton brain. Perhaps the sun staring has had effects to your intelligence you don't realise. I know you say you are 15 but your ability to comprehend the written word is worse than someone who could be half your age

If you have to explain it, you didnt say the same thing, stop being a liar. Liars go to hell.
Does that apply to 15yo scientists who have their CCL?

Please post where I said I was 15 other than the MANDATORY age input required to make an account here.

Weve been over this before...

Your names not really Ionspen? Are you a liar for not putting your real name?

Please, dont make a fool of yourself and make me post our previous discussion Mr. Shill...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on April 30, 2017, 10:10:27 PM
But.... It's not mandatory.....  ::)

When your mental capacity finally attains the age of 15 years old, maybe then you can return and have half decent intelligent discussions. Judging by your intellect and your communication style, I'd guess you are 10-12 tops. And I am being optimistic for your sake there.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Bullwinkle on May 01, 2017, 04:24:25 AM

Please post where I said I was 15 other than the MANDATORY age input required to make an account here.



Lie is not plural. You are a liar. A man would admit that and ask for forgiveness.



Liars go to hell.

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on May 01, 2017, 05:22:04 AM
Please post where I said I was 15 other than the MANDATORY age input required to make an account here.
In your profile, you claim: Age: 15 and to my knowledge, there is no "MANDATORY age input required to make an account here."
Here is that part of my profile: Age: N/A. I did not give it, so there seems to be no "MANDATORY age input".

In any case, the profile entry was for your Age:, and if you are not 15-years-old what you posted was knowingly incorrect.
So, either you actually are 15-years-old or are being knowingly deceptive.
Now, in reality, nobody cares in the slightest! And jroa put his age down as 4-years-old! Who cares?

But, you quite unjustly accuse so many others lying
that you'll just have to expect a ribbing about your apparent deception about you age, put up with it of come clean!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on May 01, 2017, 07:15:40 AM
Now, in reality, nobody cares in the slightest! And jroa put his age down as 4-years-old! Who cares?

If nobody cares then why did you type up that whole post of mouth puke?

Or are you just angry that I am exposing that you are a shill here.

You lying fuck.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on May 01, 2017, 07:22:05 AM
He is.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: disputeone on May 01, 2017, 07:37:50 AM
He is.

Edit
Watch your language in FE general man.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on May 01, 2017, 07:51:40 PM
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Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on May 01, 2017, 08:11:47 PM
Now, in reality, nobody cares in the slightest! And jroa put his age down as 4-years-old! Who cares?
If nobody cares then why did you type up that whole post of mouth puke?
I thought I explained that. I thought that jroa claimed that he was 4 and you were 15.
Maybe I had it wrong, and you have the (lack of) reading comprehension of a 4-year-old.

But, I explained that I tackle you so much because you are the one calling so many others liars for no valid reason.
Quote from: Arealhumanbeing
Or are you just angry that I am exposing that you are a shill here.
I'm not angry and you don't even know what a "shill" is.
Quote from: Arealhumanbeing
You lying fuck.
No not angry, just disgusted that one who proclaims belief in God and of being a Christian uses such gutter language.
"But those things which proceed out of the mouth come forth from the heart; and they defile the man" and
"Ye shall know them by their fruits".
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on May 02, 2017, 07:47:29 AM
Quote from: Arealhumanbeing
You lying fuck.
No not angry, just disgusted that one who proclaims belief in God and of being a Christian uses such gutter language.
"But those things which proceed out of the mouth come forth from the heart; and they defile the man" and
"Ye shall know them by their fruits".

I didnt say you were angry in that statement. I said youre a liar, because you are.

You state grand baseless generalizations as truth all the time.

You make up stories about posters personal lives, and when called out on the bullshit you make up, you claim, "oh you have no sense of humour", or "I stated those things sarcastically"

Your sad shill charade is crumbling fast, just like the globe.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on May 03, 2017, 11:47:08 AM
. . . looking at the sun at sun up and sun down is healthy for you.
Evidence for BOTH, please!
It has made Arealhumanbeing seven times smarter than a smelly fart.

I guess we should be considerate. He's probably that way from staring at the sun all 15 years of his young life.

See heres a small example.
No evidence... Just claims...
But when confronted about it...
Sir shillsalot responds angrily, and with many more insults...
And then continues to claim that I am the liar...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Babushka on May 03, 2017, 11:48:59 AM
Flat earthers are quite volatile when it comes to their beliefs. Just a fact I have observed.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on May 03, 2017, 11:51:09 AM
Flat earthers are quite volatile when it comes to their beliefs. Just a fact I have observed.

Do you mean this?:

liable to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for the worse

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Babushka on May 03, 2017, 11:53:26 AM
Poor choice of words on my part, sorry for any offense I may have caused. I simply mean they tend to be a bit defensive, and selective as far as what evidence they accept or declare false.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on May 03, 2017, 11:56:03 AM
Poor choice of words on my part, sorry for any offense
None taken

I simply mean they tend to be a bit defensive, and selective as far as what evidence they accept or declare false.

Thanks for clarifying. I just wasn't quite sure what you meant. :)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on May 03, 2017, 12:05:17 PM
Flat earthers are quite volatile when it comes to their beliefs. Just a fact I have observed.
Incase you haven't noticed this once fine forum has come under attack of paid shills. We must defend or beliefs vigorously or they will be lost in the putrid swill spouted about.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Babushka on May 03, 2017, 12:08:00 PM
Flat earthers are quite volatile when it comes to their beliefs. Just a fact I have observed.
Incase you haven't noticed this once fine forum has come under attack of paid shills. We must defend or beliefs vigorously or they will be lost in the putrid swill spouted about.
Ok thanks for the explanation. I can see why flat earth believers have a reason to be defensive, as widely spread beliefs of a round earth must be constantly undermining support for flat earth beliefs.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on May 04, 2017, 04:42:54 AM
Flat earthers are quite volatile when it comes to their beliefs. Just a fact I have observed.
Incase you haven't noticed this once fine forum has come under attack of paid shills. We must defend or beliefs vigorously or they will be lost in the putrid swill spouted about.
Except that you have no more evidence that there are any "paid shills" here than you have that that the earth is flat.

Do you really think that NASA and other organisations care two hoots about what you believe?

Though, if you know of any organisation willing paying for services like that, let's know, a few extra coins would help.
But who would care enough about a few indoctrinated sheeples like you, AHRB etc to bother paying anyone I cannot imagine?

How can the earth be flat when none of you has any idea of even a rough map that "works".
And the only way you can garner support your Poor Pizza Planet is to pretend that millions of others are lying and that all eveidence against it is faked!

Go home to mummy sheep and don't venture too far or you just might learn the earth really is a Globe!
And we can't have that, can we?

Still if you, like AHRB, have now arguments left, all you can do is to attack the messengers.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Babushka on May 04, 2017, 04:52:48 AM
Though I'm not going to argue or support your point Rabinoz, I will point out that arguing against the idea that created this entire society may not be the best idea.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on May 04, 2017, 05:27:13 AM
You know what would be lots of fun? Playing into Arealhumanbeing's paranoid delusions


Yes arhb, I am paid by NASA to spread their propaganda. This forum is my assignment. But there are thousands like me. We are to prepare your kind to help usher the world under the bluebeam project.

The real reason we don't want people staring at the sun is that it can break indoctrination efforts. NASA is the continuation of NAZI and our Führer Hitler is alive and well. He is actually a lizard which is why he is still alive

Stop trying to change what you can't control. NASA is everywhere in your life. It's tentacles are spread wide and far. Nothing you touch is free from NASAs influence. You work for us whether you want to or not. Your the best kind of shill

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on May 18, 2017, 05:14:38 PM
Hahaha what are you even talking about, shifter the shill?

Youre making the globalists look bad yknow...
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Arealhumanbeing on June 14, 2017, 09:15:34 AM
NASA is everywhere in your life. It's tentacles are spread wide and far. Nothing you touch is free from NASAs influence.

This is true, I agree with you.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on June 14, 2017, 08:37:35 PM
Oh look who decided to show up again! Did your Mummy let you out to play again?

Now be a good little boy this time so you can stick around a little longer.  8)

Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: gotham on August 15, 2017, 03:51:41 PM
In a matter of days will there be an opportunity to improve our vision or does it require a more prolonged sun gazing regimen?
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on August 15, 2017, 06:42:17 PM
In a matter of days will there be an opportunity to improve our vision or does it require a more prolonged sun gazing regimen?
If you refer to the Aug 21 solar eclipse, I am sure it will prove that NASA's detailed predictions in the links below are quite accurate.
Main page:
         NASA, Eclipse Web Site, Total Solar Eclipse Of 2017 Aug 21 (https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEgoogle/SEgoogle2001/SE2017Aug21Tgoogle.html)
Detailed tables of the path:
         NASA, Eclipse Web Site, Path Of The Total Solar Eclipse Of 2017 Aug 21 (https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEpath/SEpath2001/SE2017Aug21Tpath.html) - here's your chance to prove NASA wrong.
and maps if you like:
         NASA, Eclipse Web Site, Eclipse Maps (https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/eclipse-maps).
Now
        prove NASA wrong
or
        show that all this information can be extracted simply from the knowledge contained in "Saros Cycles" - number 145 if it helps!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on June 15, 2018, 08:22:05 PM
Have you all been remembering to look at the sun? It's good for you ya know.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Crouton on June 15, 2018, 08:31:58 PM
Have you all been remembering to look at the sun? It's good for you ya know.

WHAT! COULD YOU TYPE THAT IN BRAILLE PLEASE!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on June 15, 2018, 08:37:50 PM
(https://s8.postimg.cc/6s22u1tph/result.brf.png)
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on June 15, 2018, 08:38:41 PM
This thread should be stickied!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Crouton on June 15, 2018, 08:48:50 PM
I don't know. I think for a thread to be stickied it should be of great significance.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Twerp on June 15, 2018, 09:05:17 PM
That's true. Threads should only be stickied if they are very important!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on June 15, 2018, 09:41:00 PM
Whatever happened to arealhumanbeing anyway? Was he blinded and now can't use a computer? Poor bastard.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on June 15, 2018, 10:19:16 PM
Whatever happened to arealhumanbeing anyway? Was he blinded and now can't use a computer? Poor bastard.
Look up his profile. Possibly he's out there somewhere being the " ;D Leader of the Second American Revolution ;D" at age:16
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: hoppy on June 16, 2018, 10:39:41 AM
Whatever happened to arealhumanbeing anyway? Was he blinded and now can't use a computer? Poor bastard.
Wasn't he the driving around with no license or insurance, and going around telling the cops. Lol, probably won't see him for 12 -18 months.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: rabinoz on June 16, 2018, 03:36:54 PM
Whatever happened to arealhumanbeing anyway? Was he blinded and now can't use a computer? Poor bastard.
Wasn't he the driving around with no license or insurance, and going around telling the cops. Lol, probably won't see him for 12 -18 months.
That was N30:
The vehicle code very clearly states that it applies to the drivers of vehicles under the employment of the state. When you register your car as a vehicle and pay for your license, you then begin working for the state.

To claim your right to travel on public property, and not fall under the jurisdiction of this private code, onforced only upon those who contract under it, simply cancel all contracts and give ownership of the car to a private trust and not the state.
He just pops up occasionally (when released, I guess) to annoy everybody and post things like:
Every "person" in this thread, including Space Cowgirl, is a paid online disinformation agent.

Actually it is more likely just one disinformation agent on multiple accounts.
See "Every 'person' " even you, hoppy!
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: gotham on June 16, 2018, 06:17:40 PM
It's been said that "proper" sun gazing can bring in much needed Vitamin D. 

It can not be disputed that nutrients brought in through the eyes is a speedy way of reaping benefits to the body.
Title: Re: Looking at the sun is good for you.
Post by: Shifter on June 16, 2018, 08:50:08 PM
Or you could just take a supplement and not damage your eyes. There is no 'proper' way to sun gaze. It's pseudo-science nonsense and all damage is cumulative