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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 24, 2015, 03:18:00 AM »
EJ, sense you seem to think Obama is such a great president and that his skin color somehow makes him superior (you racist), did you know that Obama believes that the Earth is round?

So Obama is a liar and/or the Earth is round.

By the way, I will read your response if you refrain from insulting me.

Mikeman. Since not sense. S-I-N-C-E.

Do you have learning difficulties? I've corrected you like a dozen times, and you still make the same mistake.

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Wow, ITCHY. I'm not even sure what to say to that.

Yeah in a few towns there is such a large Pakistani population, it was seen as representative to fly that flag.

Winston meanwhile slowly spins in his grave.

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Forgetting the connotations, I think the confederate flag looks cool; much better than the stars n stripes. The nazi flag was a smart flag too, if you can see past what it stands for.

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It could be worse. In England we have the flag of Pakistan flying on at least one town hall. I'm not joking.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Disproof of gravity
« on: June 23, 2015, 09:52:41 AM »
Who is Aaron Guaremi? What are his credentials? He sounds like a retard.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Directional Explosions
« on: June 23, 2015, 09:49:44 AM »
There is no explosion inside rockets. Combustion occurs at the nozzle, where fuel is being ejected at high velocity. Not inside the rocket itself.

If the inside the rocket explodes, you have a disaster - see Challenger.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 23, 2015, 04:22:24 AM »
So, to summarise 5 pages of rage, America still has big problems over race.

It's no wonder you are getting left behind by the rest of the world now, we all got past this like 30 years ago.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I think it might be round
« on: June 22, 2015, 08:54:30 AM »
ZIGZAG is irrefutable proof that the earth cannot be round. A real breakthrough in flat earth theory.

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Chess
« on: June 22, 2015, 08:50:56 AM »
So, who wants a game?

I am krunner at chess.com

I'll play you after I've had today, and three more days after it, to work on my skills.

Don't worry about playing me, I'm rubbish. I haven't played for about a year.

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Chess
« on: June 22, 2015, 04:13:43 AM »
So, who wants a game?

I am krunner at chess.com

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FFS

SINCE NOT SENSE!!


Are you going to respond to my points or not?

You're the guy who believes humans are infested by spirits from another dimension. Therefore your points are it worth reading, let alone responding to. Nobody will ever take you seriously.

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I currently live in Shanghai. I visited my sister in Los Angeles back in January. Going to LA I lose a day. Departed on Monday and after the flight land Tuesday. Heading back I left late Friday and arrived in SH early Friday, essentially gaining a day. You can read all about how this works all over the web. So either you are unwilling to put in the work or your intelligence is not up to understanding. And from what I have seen from your postings and 'replies' I am guessing the latter.

You can't "lose a day". Where does it go?

Unless you are another claimed time traveller?

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Sense my post seemed to not make sense to a lot of posters, I will elaborate.  There are a few hours a day where it's the same day for me and my friend, and most of the time he is a day ahead of me.

In the following animation, the red line represents the international date line and the color of the ring around the Earth represents what day it is in the area beneath it:



My friend and I both live rather close to the line but on different sides of it.  This is how he is almost always a day ahead of me, but it's the same day for both of us for a few hours a day.

FFS

SINCE NOT SENSE!!

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Chess
« on: June 18, 2015, 10:23:37 AM »
Chess.com is good' that's where I play. It gives tutorials and scenarios as well as one-on-ones and comps.

I hear redhotpawn.com is good too.

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Chess
« on: June 18, 2015, 05:49:03 AM »
I play online chess. It needs very deep thinking but there's nothing mystical about it.

Having said that watching Kasparov at his peak had an unworldly vibe!

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Well duh, obviously I knew that, but that is just a "magic" line to hide the fact that the earth is flat, and what you have actually done is travelled from one side to the other.

It's not magic. Time zones are human construction, of course they need a little tweaking to work perfectly. If you're going to subtract a certain amount of hours if you head around the world one way, you need a lien to skip a day ahead or nothing would work: round or flat.

So, you're a dual Earther now?
I ask again, how specifically do you ignore this 'problem'?

Just out of curiosity.
A question for Itchy Arris.

Do you have a theory for the International Date Line on a flat earth ?

No need for artificial lines to make things work on a flat earth.

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You've discovered the International Date Line. Congratulations.

Out of interest, why does that 'problem' not apply on a flat Earth?

Well duh, obviously I knew that, but that is just a "magic" line to hide the fact that the earth is flat, and what you have actually done is travelled from one side to the other.

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Locations due west are behind in time, locations in the east are ahead in time. For example, east coast USA is 5 hours behind me (British Summer Time) and Delhi is 4.5 hours ahead.

But here's where it breaks down. If I travel west to the USA, then keep going west, local time should get further and further behind BST. But what if I keep going west until I reach India? I should be a long way behind BST as I've been travelling west all the way. But India is actually ahead of BST! It doesn't work

Round earth theory busted, yet again!  :D :D :o :o  :D :D

Mr. Arris,
If what you say is true, then good observation. What made you look into this anyway? Also, is British Summer Time the same as our Daylight Savings Time?

Yes, it's the same thing. Clocks go forward an hour from Grenwich mean time during summer.

I found this out as I am always thinking and researching.

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Flat Earth Debate / Time zones show round earth theory doesn't work
« on: June 17, 2015, 01:17:11 PM »
Locations due west are behind in time, locations in the east are ahead in time. For example, east coast USA is 5 hours behind me (British Summer Time) and Delhi is 4.5 hours ahead.

But here's where it breaks down. If I travel west to the USA, then keep going west, local time should get further and further behind BST. But what if I keep going west until I reach India? I should be a long way behind BST as I've been travelling west all the way. But India is actually ahead of BST! It doesn't work

Round earth theory busted, yet again!  :D :D :o :o  :D :D

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I think it might be round
« on: June 17, 2015, 12:28:46 PM »
It's ironic that The Flat Earth Society forum put doubts in my mind; shows how roundie-dominated this place.

Don't worry though, I'm back to my old self.

It's flat as a pancake!

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;) ;) ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

And I was just about to congratulate you for having an open mind...  Don't think of changing opinions as loosing or doing what "they" want.  That's the problem with conspiracy theories, those who believe them can't think strait because they think that even considering the other side is loosing in some way.  If you keep an open mind and consider the other side then if your beliefs are really true then your opinion shouldn't change anyway, so there is no harm in doing it.

Meanwhile how about you contemplate how sunsets and time zones could exist at the same time on a flat Earth.

It's "losing" not "loosing".

Young people's spelling and grammar is atrocious these days.

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Ah, another bible quoter. Just what the forum needed!  :D

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I think it might be round
« on: June 16, 2015, 02:07:04 PM »
It's ironic that The Flat Earth Society forum put doubts in my mind; shows how roundie-dominated this place.

Don't worry though, I'm back to my old self.

It's flat as a pancake!

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;) ;) ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D


Can you at least tell my NASA supervisor that I convinced you? I have a wife and kids too.


Yeah I'll give you a good report.....for a cut of that NASA cheque!

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I think it might be round
« on: June 16, 2015, 12:13:04 PM »
It's ironic that The Flat Earth Society forum put doubts in my mind; shows how roundie-dominated this place.

Don't worry though, I'm back to my old self.

It's flat as a pancake!

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;) ;) ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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As expected, comment ignored. Theory used incorrectly again and the person who began the thread abandons it.

Your comment was ignored because it made no worthwhile point.

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Here is a picture of Earth taken on a mission that would require well over 1,000,000 conspirators to fake:



On top of that, the Moon is always seen from the same perspective reguardless of where you are on the Earth.
Sigma Octantus (the south star) is always south of the observer and only visible in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Sun sets and at the same time we have time zones, so you can't see the Sun at night but someone on another continent can see it.
I can see the International Space Station flying overhead and it looks like the station when I look at it with a telescope.
Check my forum signature for more.

I actually haven't seen a single flat Earth proof.

That picture is a joke. North Africa and Arabia are near the north pole? Really? They are quite warm you know.  ::)

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I think it might be round
« on: June 16, 2015, 12:39:20 AM »
This guy literally admitted he was trolling before.

Yes, and I explained that as I attract a lot of attention, I have to throw my stalkers off the scent sometimes.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I think it might be round
« on: June 15, 2015, 02:40:00 PM »
I am having doubts. My research has not been conclusive so far, and round earth is starting to actually make sense. Maybe I am just being overwhelmed by the mainstream brainwashing, or maybe I've been listening to the roundies on here too much. I am losing my faith.

Do any other believers suffer from this?

Let's look at it this way.

99% of the population accepts round earth. Flat earthers believe that they know more about basically everything than the 99%. That's also what sceintologists believe, along with those who believe that they are jesus or that obama's a lizard. And the obama lizard people are just as legitimate as the flat earth people, have just as much evidence, and are as convinced.

Do you see now, itchy? Maybe you're not the one of the few lonely superior geniuses in the hordes of stupid, unwashed plebians.

It's not about being a genius or being stupid. It's about being able to think outside of the rigid indoctrination we have all received.


Who the feck is the The Master? Wasn't he a Dr Who villain?

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Flat Earth Debate / I think it might be round
« on: June 15, 2015, 12:18:28 PM »
I am having doubts. My research has not been conclusive so far, and round earth is starting to actually make sense. Maybe I am just being overwhelmed by the mainstream brainwashing, or maybe I've been listening to the roundies on here too much. I am losing my faith.

Do any other believers suffer from this?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Ask a Time Traveller Anything
« on: June 14, 2015, 10:24:28 AM »
So, at some point in the next 15-20 years, Britain (for some reason) starts building space shuttles. Since space exploration is a very low priority for the government, this seems extremely unlikely. And we don't have the money.

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Flat Earth General / Re: The flat Earth map
« on: June 14, 2015, 08:43:48 AM »
Okay, let's make an accurate flat earth map. How do the roundies suggest we do this?

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