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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Just some questions for the FEers'
« on: May 12, 2007, 11:52:03 AM »
Hey!!! Its the question dodger!!! But time, figured I should remind you that you still have to answer a few questions on my board. Here's a link: http://theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=13396.0

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Yeah... General Gayhand is kinda a beloved jokester in the site. Don't mind it. But, Welcome to the site. Good luck getting anyone to prove it to you though, most of the 'proof' here is rather... well... yeah...

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I know... but I still get a miniwave... I just proved what has been proven several times, Tom sucks

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Just some questions for the FEers'
« on: May 12, 2007, 06:14:37 AM »
Yes... but what about the other question?

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Alright... Cool... I must have beat Tom. Since he hasn't replied yet. He must not think the Earth is really flat. Miniwave in celebration of me!

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Bumping... waiting for an answer...

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The Lounge / Re: Tom Bishop
« on: May 09, 2007, 06:48:24 PM »
I didn't see a vote for it... but I'm just gonna come out and say it... I think he is a goat...

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Answer or be exposed for the troll you truly are. Do you not have answers for the questions? If that is the case just say so... nobody knows everything. Just spill it...

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Bumping for an answer. Just answer the questions, its not that hard... is it?

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1. Now, about the library, you are saying that the police in charge of the investigation was in on the conspiracy. How would they have known and have been a part of the conspiracy if they were just normal cops? Also, could you give me a link to these papers of which you speak? Most newspaper sites allow you to view headlines of past events.

2. Roundy is right, You did say that it is impossible to tell if the conspiracy is real. But irregardless, You say that the people went renegade on the people, how did they survive. Wouldn't they be the biggest threat? Also, How is one a president of FES and work on a space shuttle and not get noticed? Wouldn't they want to get rid of one who leads the only people trying to disprove the conspiracy and bring the 'truth' to light? Also, answer the entire question, How did you figure out about the conspiracy?

3. I didn't ask how they work, I asked if you were ever offered a bribe. But now that you mention it, You say that the conspiracy would not target a single person who figured it out. Yet you say that several people were paid to keep quiet about the earth being flat in other boards. Also, wouldn't they have targeted the leaders of FES? Wouldn't they be the biggest threat to the conspiracy?

Also, Robotham, Shenton, and Ferarri, wouldn't they have been 'taken care of' for leaving the RAS and revealing the 'secret'?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Issues
« on: May 06, 2007, 03:36:22 PM »
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Which day of the year do you totally ignore the fact that I debunked this explanation three or four separate times?

No you did not. At the solid line of the horizon there are hundreds of waves. If there are waves in front of a ship as it recedes and shrinks the waves will "get in the way" and gradually obscure the hull from the bottom up.

What's so hard to understand about that?



I suppose the waves also obscure the mountains on other buildings on the other side of the world, which we would be able to see on a flat earth. I don't know... but I think that the some of them would have to get pretty hight to block the buildings and other things that are bigger than a boat.

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I have asked these many, many times... yet each time a dodge. Now I wish for an answer for each of them. I will number them for convenience.

1.This is a question directed at you. Now, you have claimed that the conspiracy burned down the FE library and have kept it hidden from the public. A few flaws in this, If it was hidden, how did you figure out about it? Another, How does a burning building not catch a public eye? Last time I seen, a burning building was Big, Red, Bright, and hard to miss. Lastly, you say the fire was arson, Who was charged with this crime? And if nobody was charged, who was the suspect.

2. You say the the conspiracy can't be proven, because it is a secret, and if the secret were to be revealed, then it wouldn't be a secret and the world would know about he conspiracy. Well, how did you figure out about the conspiracy, you seem to use it as a scape goat for many things (Ex; The library being burned down). Mixed messages is what I wish to sort out.

3. You claim that the conspiracy pays the people who figure out the 'truth' to keep them quiet, I would imagine that if they refuse to take the money they find... er... other ways to silence them. But you have been shooting your mouth off about the Earth being flat for some time. As you can see, your very presence reveals a conundrum. If you truly believed the Earth is flat, then you would have been paid to keep your mouth shut. And since you have been saying things on the forum I can imagine that they would have silenced you quite a while ago. Two things can be brought from this, One, you are a troll that gets his jollies by arguing with people in forums, or two, there is nothing to cover up and you are just paranoid.

I would like answers to these. And please, read each one of them, and answer each one of them in full. I await your responses.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Proof of the FE
« on: May 05, 2007, 09:23:45 PM »
Have you ever been offered a bribe Tom? Surely if they had such a strong hold on this wouldn't they have silenced you? I mean paying off some small man who is revealing big secrets about burning down libraries would be a big deal for them. So, Either you don't believe in flat earth, and there is no reason to pay you off, or... there is no need for the conspiracy because the earth is round.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Issues
« on: May 05, 2007, 08:00:36 PM »
I am fairly sure that it was hypothetical...  ::)

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Proof of the FE
« on: May 05, 2007, 07:45:22 PM »
Firstly: "The Government is lying" is and RE'er, he just likes to imitate obsessive christens. (Nice job by the way... you act like a lemming, Following anything blindly  ;))

Secondly:
A conspiracy is defined as a secret agreement between two or more people to perform an unlawful act. If there was conclusive proof for a conspiracy it wouldn't be a secret anymore, would it?
Since there is no proof of a conspiracy, why do most FE'ers (Including you) often say there is. If there is not, then what is keeping the 'truth' from coming out?

Thirdly: Tom, I have asked you several times, each time you have dodged the question. If there is a conspiracy, and they have such a handle on it... How did you figure it out, and why haven't you and every other FE'er on the site been silenced? It is a popular site and the people in charge of it would have seen it by now, correct?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: what's up
« on: May 05, 2007, 11:15:15 AM »
Geez Engy... When did sarcasm become illegal on the boards...

My views on evolution is like this. I believe in evolution in certain ways. Animals pass on the traits that helped them survive. For example; some science books say that bunnies grew long legs so they could out run the other animals trying to eat them. The flaw there being that; how did the bunnies live long enough to grow the long legs if they couldn't outrun the creatures. What I think happens in that the bunnies with the longer legs survived and bred, over long periods of time, there are no more short legged bunnies. (Just an example)

Now as far as religion goes, God has many different forms to many different cultures. Every religion says the all the others are wrong (With a few exceptions). Yet... most of the more prominent religions find it necessary to convert others, which is alright as long as they don't force it on them. Most Christians I know are lemmings who blindly follow a set path from a book, never questioning the thing. However I have met some that are cool about that and read the bible and follow it, but always keep an open mind about other things. The world would be a much happier place if people would just accept what others believe. I mean, think of the wars in the name of what people believe! For a religion that preaches peace, we sure kill a lot in its name.

You know who has the right idea? The Buddhists. Let others believe what they want, self discipline, and inner peace. I'm not a Buddhist I just like a lot of their ideas.

As for my religion, I call my self a Thinkist... I believe in many small ideas of many religions. The helping others part of Christianity is good... it just isn't shown as much.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: How dost thou
« on: May 04, 2007, 07:52:42 PM »
*Smiles in agreement*

What does this guy have against me? He needs to learn to make sentences understandable. But anyway... back on topic, eh?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The Unrefuted
« on: April 28, 2007, 05:34:41 PM »
Username, Off topic but... how did you come to realize the Earth is Flat anyways? Are you just arguing for the sake of arguing? or do you seriously believe it. And if so, why do you believe it. Just a few questions like that.

Also: Yes... Milk is quite and awesome drink.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: pigs 'n' dolphins
« on: April 28, 2007, 08:05:24 AM »
Fact: Humans are the third most intelligent life form on Earth. While most people believe that we are the first and dolphins rank second. Most people believe that we are smarter than the dolphins because we have accomplished so much more; Digital watches, New York City, war and so on. While the dolphins spend there time frolicking in the water playing all day. Strangely, Dolphins think they are the smartest for the same reason. However the smartest life form on the planet is something one may not expect. Since the begining of time they have been watching us. Playing along, running on there wheels, all the while putting us through subtle experiments. So subtle that we don't even know it.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The Unrefuted
« on: April 27, 2007, 04:47:03 PM »
Still no answer to one of my questions. Have you ever been bribed Tom? If they had such a handle on this then why are you still alive?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The Unrefuted
« on: April 26, 2007, 05:31:36 PM »
Ah Rowbotham... Tom's ace in the hole... that man I was talking about in number three (Quotes from a crackpot book that isn't even worth using as toilet paper.) Hmm... you know what? One book stated something and he follows blindly... sounds kinda like every religion I've ever heard of. Meanwhile... every other science book that has information about the Earth claims it as round. This includes child text books to the books in colleges. The book that you continuously cite has been disproved time and time again. Yet you clutch to straws and use it as evidence of a Flat Earth. If you want to see proof of a round earth look in any school text book (Even 'The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy' is good).

Now... let me guess... conspiracy right? Wrong... think about how much they would have to dole out to keep all these people quiet? And what if someone leaked it? Big issues. Now about you... have you ever been offered a bribe to keep quiet about this? About this 'Truth' you have found out. Someone like you, they would have to pay to keep you quiet. After all you have been telling everyone. If they really had as tight of handle as they did they you would have been quieted years ago.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The Unrefuted
« on: April 25, 2007, 06:37:25 PM »
Or the FE way of responding:

1) A vague response that will have little or nothing to do with the topic at hand.

2) An insult directed at you for your inability to grasp their 'logic' and 'proof'. When in reality there 'logic' and 'proof' has more holes in it than swiss cheese. They just choose to ignore it.

3) A quote from a book made by some guy who said the Earth is flat and proves it in a book that is so majority biased, and its claims are so ridicules that it is best used for toilet paper in an out house. Even that is giving the book too much credit.

4) Turn the question around instead of answering it.

By the looks if it number four is the winner so far... maybe two... yet to decide...

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Answering a question asked in the past.
« on: April 25, 2007, 04:27:34 PM »
What experimental evidence proves that the earth is a sphere?

Dr. Samuel Birley Rowbotham has been the only man in history who has conducted serious inquery into the shape of the earth.

Rowbotham... his experiments were so biased its not even funny... The real joke is how anyone can take him seriously....

Now answer the question.

I thought you were banned...

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Flat Earth Debate / Answering a question asked in the past.
« on: April 25, 2007, 04:08:02 PM »
Since people were whining about my topic being closed to FE'ers and I want my question answered without being moved. I guess I will ask it again. But this time it includes everyone. Although I still cannot fathom why it was moved. (A couple of answer I got was it wasn't related to FE and it invited flaming... from the same person... then my board was locked about it without a definite answer. Again from the same person.)

So I ask again. With all seriousness...

Motive, Why do you think all FE'ers believe this? Where do you think they learned the Earth is flat. Why would they search to prove it. Why hasn't the government, Whichever one it may be, paid them off yet to keep quiet. I just would like some insight on what everyone thinks on this matter.

Please... serious posts... And I hope there is no reason to freeze this board... I worked out everything and I just want an answer.

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The Lounge / Re: Videogame Injustice
« on: April 25, 2007, 03:41:04 PM »
I have played several video games, that for some reason didn't get a lot of notice. Unfortunately some of them are very, very extraordinary. I figured I should bring them to attention. All the games on this list I found very, very good. If you know of these games and want to comment on them, or if you have more to add, feel free:

-Beyond Good and Evil
-Second Sight
-Drill Dozer
-Elite Beat Agents
-Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime
-Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney (One and Two)
-Trauma Center

There is more... I just cant think of any at the moment.

In all seriousness, I'm going to have to say that this list is pretty lacking in my opinion.
Where's classics? Like something from the Castlevania series, FF series, or Megaman series?

The list is short because I didnt have much time to post.

But It is a list of underrated/ undersold games. Not good games in general. Castlevania (though very, very good) is not undersold. Final Fantasy?!? Its probably the most overrated series I have ever seen. (I like it... but there are so many better RPG's out there that are forced to live in the shadow of FF.) Megaman... I wish they would cut the X and Zero crap and get back to the originals...

I can't believe he forgot the incredible hulk: ultimate destruction... Man, that game owned. And btw, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney got lots of attention.

Frick!!! Your right!!! Incredible Hulk was awesome. Man I can't believe it didn't sell as well as predicted... But I was not aware of Phoenix Wright's success. Capcom was actually debating on sending the third to America.

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I agree entirely. Fallout was spectacular. Still waiting for 3...>_<

To add to that list (maybe), I'd submit Perfect Dark 64 (not to be confused with the new one, which sucks anus), Vigilante 8 (for Nintendo 64), Pre-Oblivion Elder Scrolls games, Thief, and Star Wars: Dark Forces/its successors.

~D-Draw
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Never actually played Fallout. I've heard differing view on it though. I'm going to agree with Perfect Dark 64 (Which sold well... but not well enough). I have only played Arena and Oblivion of the Elder Scrolls games. (You can download Arena for free  :D) Both are good in my opinion. But not undersold by any means.

Super Smash Bros. (both the original for N64 and Melee for GCN - Don't know about the latest one)

Fox owns you.

Fox=Best fighter... The game is awesome... but also one of the best sold GCN game. So not on the list...

So the list is at:
-Beyond Good and Evil
-Second Sight
-Drill Dozer
-Elite Beat Agents
-Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime
-Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney (One and Two)
-Trauma Center
-Perfect Dark 64
-Pilot Wings 64
-Gunstar Heroes
-Mischief Makers
-Incredible Hulk: U.D.
-Shadow Gate
-Deja Vu
-Punch Out
-Illusion of Gaia
-EarthBound
-Earthworm Jim
-Gomon Mythical Ninja
-Act Raiser
-Chibi-robo
-Viewtiful Joe

Lets keep them coming! The list is looking fairly decent now.
By the way... has anyone here played Second Sight? Or actually any of the games near the top of the list?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The real truth...
« on: April 24, 2007, 05:17:15 PM »
Dude... screen filled with smiles... Its weird... but awesome... I couldn't see strait for a second. No joke either.

But yeah... Evans... your not very bright are you? You must just want attention so you go to a site and started dogging the people on it. I got a suggestion for you. Get off the computer and go outside. The whole world is out there, maybe you could make friends that are not you, or you only know them on the internet... if that doesn't work there is always video games, the greatest waste of time ever.

Now shut up and get back to your coloring book until you can think of something worth saying... Maybe you can color a pretty picture! Thats not beyond your intellect... I hope...

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Just another Thought...
« on: April 24, 2007, 04:57:30 PM »
I haven't changed my mind yet... I just want an answer. Why can't RE'ers have a discussion to themselves in the FE discussion board? The board was made for discussions about FE. That is what the board was. I seen nothing against the rules about excluding FE'ers or RE'ers from posting. If this was a rule, I'm sorry I over looked it. But the fact still stands that it was a debate about FE.

Waiting for an answer.. Although I agree... thanks for keeping Tom's thing here... Idiot gets what he deserves. Let the world (Or whoever is on this site) see him fail miserably...  >:(

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The Lounge / Re: Videogame Injustice
« on: April 24, 2007, 04:53:09 PM »
Look at the system, the audience, or the time of release and u'll realize why they went unnoticed. (beyond good and evil still got reamed and shoulda done better though)

At least there is one serious comment  :'(

But yeah... Beyond Good and Evil is awesome beyond all reason... There is actually talk of a sequel.

I just don't like when people count a game out because it looks 'Cutesy'. Drill Dozer was packed with charm that would appeal to a child, but had challenges for the best gamers out there. Elite Beat Agents is an addictive game that is par with Guitar Hero.

Second Sight is a psychological thriller that is packed with action. I'm surprised that it didn't sell.

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The Lounge / Videogame Injustice
« on: April 23, 2007, 06:20:14 PM »
I have played several video games, that for some reason didn't get a lot of notice. Unfortunately some of them are very, very extraordinary. I figured I should bring them to attention. All the games on this list I found very, very good. If you know of these games and want to comment on them, or if you have more to add, feel free:

-Beyond Good and Evil
-Second Sight
-Drill Dozer
-Elite Beat Agents
-Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime
-Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney (One and Two)
-Trauma Center

There is more... I just cant think of any at the moment.

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