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Flat Earth Debate / Re: What are the evidence AGAINST a round earth ?
« on: September 05, 2015, 02:03:09 AM »
Its strange how the  gravitational pull of the sun is powerful enough to hold our entire solar system together but when it comes to  influence on the earths oceans our sun will heat them up or let them freeze but won't get involved in tidal issues because that's the moons job.

The sun does get involved with the tide, just to a lesser extent than the moon. The reason for that is, simply, that it is so far away compared to the moon. The moon's fractional difference in its force across the Earth is greater than that from the sun.

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Nope: NASA.

Seriously, though, all great examples. Chicago's skyscrapers poking out of Lake Michigan is irrefutable.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Kilimanjaro
« on: May 15, 2015, 12:28:30 AM »
Very much looking forward to FE explainations for this perplexing quandary. I'll go get the popcorn.

What happened is NASA bought general motors from the US government in the sixties. It pre-ordered cars with windscreens deflecting light at such an angle so it could make people think the Earth is curved.

Now it all makes sense!


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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Kilimanjaro
« on: May 14, 2015, 12:40:04 PM »
Very much looking forward to FE explainations for this perplexing quandary. I'll go get the popcorn.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The truth
« on: May 10, 2015, 09:51:01 AM »
For the people who believe in flat earth, its very simple to see that you are wrong. A couple of times every month a rocket is launched in to orbit and they usually are equipped with cameras that transmit the data back to earth. I'm sure all of you have seen this and refuse to believe it for some crazy reason because you think it is just special effects. This makes the argument hopeless since none of you will be riding in a rocket to see it with your own eyes anytime soon. The good news is that commercial space is growing and maybe within 15 yrs you will be able to see it with your own eyes!
You've never seen on verifiably take off nor have you been part of any of it, yet just like santa claus, you hang onto it being real because you simply trust authority not to lie to you.

RET has a mountain of physical evidence and observations while FET has literally nothing behind it except weak interpretations and conspiracy theories. If anyone is holding on to a fantasy, it's you guys.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The obvious question
« on: May 09, 2015, 01:39:28 PM »
It's a sphere that acts as a spotlight. What's hard to understand?

That whole thing. The sun isn't magic.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The obvious question
« on: May 09, 2015, 12:24:14 PM »
If the sun is a spotlight then it must be flat and not spherical. Anyone with a telescope equipped with a solar filter could see that the sun appears to "spin" and eject matter radial to side which means it is not flat. Also if you don't have a solar filter you can easily see the other planets spinning and two of them have rings that go around the back of them. The RE theory was created simply by observation with a telescope. I suggest you get one.

Exactly. Also, you can physically observe the sun's light on other planets. It's undeniable that the sun acts as a point light and not as a spotlight.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The obvious question
« on: May 09, 2015, 11:55:14 AM »
The obvious question is actually "Why doesn't the sun appear smaller as it moves further away?"

Not only does it not get smaller, but it appears to get "bigger" as it descends below the horizon because of atmospheric refraction.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: How Comets Support Infinite Earth Theory
« on: May 08, 2015, 11:35:29 AM »
I won't mention the score this time. There's no need to humiliate people

Agreed. I think you've been humiliated enough. Though I guess some people are gluttons for punishment.  ::)

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: BYE LITTLE KIDS
« on: May 08, 2015, 12:08:21 AM »
Also, lol @ Dr. Steve Brule.
One of paper equals four of coin.

I have five of broats.



...Poison slows you down.  ;D

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: BYE LITTLE KIDS
« on: May 07, 2015, 09:37:04 PM »
Are you 11? Serious question.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: if the earth isnt concave...
« on: May 07, 2015, 12:08:07 PM »
Wrong again little racist troll. 
We live on the outside of the sphere.  It is quite large when compared to you.

So when is your next meeting?  What yard do you wish to burn a cross in at that time?

I AM NOT RACIST IT IS A FACT BLACK PEPLE HAVE MORE CRIME RATES JUST LOOK AT THE STATE OF AFRICA YOU SHEEPLE

Africa is how it is because civilization is still developing there and it has nothing to do with black people being there.  You believe in the Bible, did you know that it says that God does not favor some people over others?  This includes black people.

YOU DO KNOW BLACK PEPLE ARENT PEPLE?

You're a monster. You and everyone who thinks like you are what's holding mankind back.

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JUST LEV ME ALO E GET A REEEALEEE JOB OK GET REAL OK OK OK OK OK GET REAL JOB FOR REAL JOB STOP TROLLING FOR MONEYS TO BE SELFISH GET A REAL JOB YOU NO LIFE GET A REAL JOB NO JUST TORLLING ON THE INTERNET FOR YOUR BADF LIFE GET REAL JOOPBN LEVE ME A LOAN GET REAL A JOB

Are you 11? Serious question.

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If the solar system formed as scientists say, then the heavier element would have ended up at the centre of gravity, ie the Sun. Having solid planets in the inner orbits, and gas planets further out, also makes no sense.

It may make no sense to someone who can't understand planetary gravity, but the rest of the world has no problems understanding it. The solar model of gas giants orbiting the outer disc while rocky planets orbit closer to the parent star is observable in other systems, not just our own.

Maybe you should fly out to all the other star systems and tell them they don't make any sense.

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That airplane thing actually proves that the Earth is round.

That's exactly right. I see airplane contrails disappear below the horizon all the time (my home province is a mostly flat plain). In fact, because they are indeed traveling around a sphere, there is an optical illusion apparent, such as the one seen in mikeman's picture, where the plane appears to travel directly upwards.
They do clime directly upward, level out then drop in altitude again. They want the best coverage with the crap their releasing in to the atmosphere.
One crazy, crackpot theory at a time, please.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: an experiment to show air does not exist
« on: May 04, 2015, 11:57:40 AM »
I'm new to the whole "air doesn't exist" thing, but can't you, on the flip side, cover up the glass and watch the flame go out to prove that air does exist?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: My theory thus far...
« on: May 03, 2015, 10:14:51 PM »
And you base this argument on "modern science" which everyday is proven to be more and more of a lie?
Sounds like you don't think much of "modern science." Forgive me if I find that mentality a tad ironic as you enjoy the cornicopia of benefits modern science has bestowed on you throughout your life. From the Internet to healthcare and everything inbetween.

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That airplane thing actually proves that the Earth is round.

That's exactly right. I see airplane contrails disappear below the horizon all the time (my home province is a mostly flat plain). In fact, because they are indeed traveling around a sphere, there is an optical illusion apparent, such as the one seen in mikeman's picture, where the plane appears to travel directly upwards.

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No, you guys aren't getting it. It's like this:

Space.

The satellites, in it, make the circle. In a round ways. Because gravity is the weak. Everyone else is upside down. Capiche?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Upside Down Australians
« on: May 03, 2015, 12:01:15 AM »
Like I've said, there's no way Itchy can't be a troll. It simply isn't possible.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Infinite Earth?
« on: May 01, 2015, 11:45:49 AM »
I find the thought that the known world is all there is quite depressing. Far better to believe there are wonderful new lands out there.

Yes, and that is a realistic foundation for any theory about the world.

Also, death is impossible, everyone who supposedly dies in fact goes to Disneyland Florida, wars aren't real, and the final series of Warehouse 13 never happened.

Ah, but it's more believable than what most people on earth, and a lot on this forum, believe. You know, supernatural magic eternal beings sending their "son" to the earth via a virgin birth. Walking on water. Resurrection. Etc etc.

You're confusing science with religion. A round earth is far more believable than a flat one.

Not believing in a round earth because the idea of people walking "upside down" on the other side is bewildering to you is not a valid reason to dismiss it.

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You did it. Flat earth confirmed.

I know right! So glad to have converted you. Send me $1000 by PayPal and you can have the very first Gold Membership of the Infinite Earth Church.

Better yet, I'll fly to Kansas to hand-deliver a cheque. Afterwards, I can just keep flying in any direction and eventually discover wonderful new lands and previously extinct creatures!

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You did it. Flat earth confirmed.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Infinite Earth?
« on: April 30, 2015, 11:53:04 AM »
lol you have to be trolling. There's no way you can't be trolling. It's too much.

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Did you?
I'm not the one who suddenly tried to apply FE characteristics to a RE model.

I'm arguing that, in a Round Earth, the excess energy from the impact would be trapped in the atmosphere in the form of heat for millennia. Your model is still biased.
First of all, no it most certainly would not and secondly, biased towards what?? What is the bias here? Biased towards sound logic?

Quote from: FlatAllTheWay
What are the "numbers that [you] found for the impact"?  Where did you find those numbers, and can you post them?
You are never, ever going to see those numbers. Never, ever, ever.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Infinite Earth?
« on: April 28, 2015, 03:44:03 PM »
The sun sets as it gets further away, getting closer and closer to the horizon until it no longer shines on your part of the world.

I was wondering about this. What exactly happens when I see the sun disappear below the horizon in the West and then rise in the East? It just pops from one side of the sky to the other? And if the sun was moving farther and farther away from us, it would shrink in size, which it not only DOESN'T do, but actually INCREASES in size as it gets closer to the horizon due to atmospheric refraction.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: how evolution disproves space travel
« on: April 28, 2015, 11:21:34 AM »
JRowe, perhaps you could clearly restate your premise and clear up some confusion.

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Severe cooling? Don't make me laugh. An impact with that much energy on a Round Earth would superheat the planet for millennia. It would get trapped in the atmosphere. Look at Venus, for example. A Flat Earth, however, would allow the heat to escape much more quickly, out the sides.

Venus suffers from a runaway greenhouse effect due to an over abundance of carbon dioxide which allows energy from the sun into its atmosphere but prevents it from escaping. A massive impact on earth would throw up debris and completely blot out the sun, cooling it substantially. Not at all the same thing as Venus.

Your model is biased towards gravity. Any debris would quickly have been caught in an aetheric whirlpool and swept away.

Well, yes, of course it is. Your original argument was based on the Round Earth model. There is no aetheric whirpool in the RE model. Did you forget what we were talking about?

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Severe cooling? Don't make me laugh. An impact with that much energy on a Round Earth would superheat the planet for millennia. It would get trapped in the atmosphere. Look at Venus, for example. A Flat Earth, however, would allow the heat to escape much more quickly, out the sides.

Venus suffers from a runaway greenhouse effect due to an over abundance of carbon dioxide which allows energy from the sun into its atmosphere but prevents it from escaping. A massive impact on earth would throw up debris and completely blot out the sun, cooling it substantially. Not at all the same thing as Venus.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Infinite earth
« on: April 27, 2015, 03:16:13 PM »
Itchy knows exactly what we're asking, he's just dodging.

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