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Flat Earth General / Re: Flat Earth Science Project
« on: May 15, 2018, 07:24:21 PM »
Start with an eye catching title. You can call it "FLAT EARTH TRUTH, A PROSPECTUS". Do this in large font, calligraphy style. After you're done with the first letter, just stop there because that's the grade you would have received anyway.

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Flat Earth General / Re: How do tectonic plates work?
« on: May 15, 2018, 07:19:11 PM »
John Davis may answer by saying flat earth researchers don't have the funds to research what plate tectonics actually are.

What flat earther does? Aren't they all uneducated and unemployed?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Measurements
« on: April 25, 2018, 10:22:44 PM »
Maybe if you drive a Hummer or something, that thing comes in at nearly 5000kg

(((do I split hairs about the math when it's actually 4000kg or just keep typing)))

Many of my cars have had 3 pedals. Clutch, brake, and accelerator. Not necessarily in that order. But they could have been in that order. When clutching, some critics say to double clutch in order to save the syncros. What I don't understand is what this has to do with tire pressure monitoring systems.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Measurements
« on: April 25, 2018, 10:03:22 PM »
Model year 19s are being sold right now. 19 minus 07 is 12.
And was it the 07 models, or the 08/09 models that were being sold in 2007 when all had them?


I will concede the EU did not adopt this until 2012. I thought it was a global standard in 07 which is not correct.
And there are some places that still don't mandate them.

Federal emissions standards mandated that all passenger cars with a GVW of 2.8 metric tons or more and a towing capacity of at least 15 meganewton's have their tire pressure checked systematically every 30 seconds, 5 seconds if it detects a leak. A leak is defined as losing 1.2 psI over the course of 10 seconds. Modern vehicles nowadays approve the standards and allow the passengers to employ autonomous driving technology. You can't tell me for a SECOND that cloud based telemetry data wouldn't interfere with tire pressure sensors.

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I think I'm smarter than most flat earthers

No you're smarter than all flat earthers.

Go argue with your door. You'll accomplish the same and won't be rude to anyone in the process. But besides, ignoring someone spewing false information isn't being rude.

The only reason to be here is for entertainment. If you want to debate you're wasting time and energy.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Measurements
« on: April 25, 2018, 09:50:27 PM »
Or you can drive a car that's newer than 12 years old.  Tire pressure sensors are mandatory on all cars 2007 and newer.
I know this might be surprising, but there are people from outside the US.

Also you might want to check your math.
They were on all new vehicles part way through 2017. That means a car just over 10.5 years old (from the US) could potentially not have them.

Model year 19s are being sold right now. 19 minus 07 is 12. I realize this is a flat earth forum so there's an allowable error ratio of 100%.

I will concede the EU did not adopt this until 2012. I thought it was a global standard in 07 which is not correct.

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Suggestions & Concerns / Re: You're killing me, Smalls
« on: April 25, 2018, 09:45:10 PM »
But seriously. You know he probably got a clue and was like "oh damn... uhhh I guess I'll just slowly walk away".  At least that's best case scenario for the poor dude. Why else would he just VANISH?

I wonder how many others here will come to this realization. From what I've read, I'm positive poor Inky is a lost cause.

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Since you're 12 I'll be real with you. Flat earthers are some of the dumbest people on the planet. I mean come on. Flat earth? Really? Do yourself a favor. Just laugh and move on. The majority of members on "the flat earth society" make fun of "the flat earth society". It's also extremely boring here, I thought I'd be banned within hours but I guess they are really hurting for activity these days. So much more fun on YouTube and Facebook.

But seriously, you're 12 and still innocent. The last person you want to ask any questions to would be a flat earther. I mean literally the last person. Just laugh and then move on.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Garlic bread in space
« on: April 25, 2018, 07:43:08 PM »
Why are we all arguing when we can simply just go to the grocery store and buy some garlic bread and do our own tests? Or for those of you who are more of the science type, you can make your own garlic bread at home. Mine is in the oven right now and I should be ready to conduct some tests on it within the hour.

How did the launch go?

What launch?  I ate it.  Flat earth confirmed. 

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Suggestions & Concerns / Re: You're killing me, Smalls
« on: April 25, 2018, 07:06:58 PM »
Is anyone else terrified that the head honcho of this forum just up and left?  Someone who dedicated the majority of his adult life to an idea and just up and leaves one day, without telling anyone?  Why such a silent dismissal?  Did NASA get to him?  Do you think he is now a paid shill?  None of that is suspicious to you guys? 

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Measurements
« on: April 25, 2018, 06:55:13 PM »
I never trust the sensors and I think...

This message has been flat earther approved. 

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Flat Earth General / Re: A boat at horizont
« on: April 25, 2018, 06:49:55 PM »
I must be missing something here
 ??????
Does anyone else know what this experiment is meant to prove or disprove ?
And what it has to do with the horizon ?

Did you do the experiment?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I can see the curve
« on: April 25, 2018, 05:20:32 PM »
You are a paid shill trying to deceive me and that image is photoshopped with a fish eye lense. Total CGI. You can't fool me. Sorry buddy, you aren't getting your paycheck this time.
CGI! CGI! Is that the FE's only argument? Its a real photo. Please provide a picture of a flat horizon.

We don't have one.  Millions, some say billions, of people have seen the edge of the earth, but taking a picture of it is strictly banned.  That's why we don't have any. 

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Measurements
« on: April 25, 2018, 05:10:49 PM »
While we wait for BOTD, have any other flat earthers got any measurements to share? It can be as simple as checking your tire pressure!

I put my tyres to 42psi. A little more than recommended but means my fuel economy is a bit better and should 1 or more drop a few psi (I am lazy and only check a few times a year), I'm still good. I find a good way to check your tyre pressures are low is if you are going down a slight hill and put the car in neutral, if you are slowing down, that means they are low. If you pick up speed, they are good.

Or you can drive a car that's newer than 12 years old.  Tire pressure sensors are mandatory on all cars 2007 and newer. 

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And where did you pull that from?

My ass.

Isn't that a requirement on this forum?

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The Lounge / Favorite Member?
« on: April 25, 2018, 04:29:47 PM »
I love seeing all the different personalities on here, it makes the forum that much better. But do you have a favorite member? A few come to mind personally, but dedication is what's most important to me. This is why my vote is for Space Cowgirl. Over 30k posts and over 5,500 hours of dedicated service. According to her stats, she sleeps 9 to 10 hours a day and the remaining time is spent on here. All while raising a wonderful family. I may not have my priorities in line, but I'm glad to see that she does.

I'm sure you hardly ever hear it at home, but thank you Space Cowgirl.

What about you guys?

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Well that's cause for concern. If you voluntarily left that detail out, what else did you leave out? What if I left out one of the sides of a square? Now it's a triangle. That's a pretty big flaw in this experiment.


I'm not intentionally trying to leave out important information. Some things to clarify so we can try to have transparency on this issue.
* Sonic may enter the stage without Tails and it changes nothing.
* Tails or Knuckles may play the stage alone and it behaves the same.
* A chaos emerald may be won by completing the stage.
* Touching a red sphere fails the stage. Incidentally this also shows the stages are flat, because some stages have red on the floor and would cause the stage to fail immediately because the character has touched a red sphere.
* The music for this stage may or may not have been written by Michael Jackson (he wrote some of the music for this game but which ones isn't well known last I knew)

Yeah but what happens when Sonic attains 7 chaos emeralds, and can no longer go back to this world? Are our experiments void or can we work around this?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Ask Heiwa Anything
« on: April 25, 2018, 02:44:08 PM »
I'm writing my thesis on flat earth findings. Would you recommend I lead with the zetetic method or disprove round earth? In your experience, what is more effective?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Garlic bread in space
« on: April 25, 2018, 02:29:48 PM »
Why are we all arguing when we can simply just go to the grocery store and buy some garlic bread and do our own tests? Or for those of you who are more of the science type, you can make your own garlic bread at home. Mine is in the oven right now and I should be ready to conduct some tests on it within the hour.

Sounds good.
I was expecting garlic bread for dinner, but the gf forgot, and I only got bread with butter. Still good, but not garlic bread.

Have you considered the possibility that your girlfriend is a paid shill?

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I don't know why so many words in this thread, it was a simple question. The temperature is 85 degrees Fahrenheit.

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I felt Tails had no relevance to the subject. Poor Tails again eh?

Well that's cause for concern. If you voluntarily left that detail out, what else did you leave out? What if I left out one of the sides of a square? Now it's a triangle. That's a pretty big flaw in this experiment.

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Why are we only talking about Sonic? I clearly see Tails (aka Miles) running behind him as well. Why would you purposely leave this information out?

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I'm an airline investor, just trying to protect my assets. The secret must not get out.

Is one of your companies in the list?

No and there's no way I'll let you add it.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I can see the curve
« on: April 25, 2018, 01:48:14 PM »
Your eyes are curve, but the earth isn't.

Correct. I've never seen a guy with square eyes. Can't get any more concrete than that.

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Flat Earth General / Re: A boat at horizont
« on: April 25, 2018, 01:40:34 PM »
If you have kids, there is a simple experiment you can do on your own. Borrow one (or two) of your child's rubber toy boat(s) and fill the tub up with water.

What is the experiment's purpose and result  ?

Huh?

Check my post edited for a better explanation. Just asking for how you  do this experiment and what you should be lookkng for ?

??

Just fill the tub with water, and place in the toy boat. That's it.

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Flat Earth General / Re: A boat at horizont
« on: April 25, 2018, 01:26:45 PM »
If you have kids, there is a simple experiment you can do on your own. Borrow one (or two) of your child's rubber toy boat(s) and fill the tub up with water.

What is the experiment's purpose and result  ?

Huh?

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I've spent the last 17 hours straight trying to determine a more accurate measurement system to account for all of the flat earthers, but the "number of videos" seems to be standing up to all of my tests.

For those who are attempting to revolutionize our tracking metrics as well, I'm going to list my methods that were unsuccessful down below, so that you don't waste your time and can learn from my mistakes.

1) Number of comments on YouTube. This may prove to be accurate, but the data retrevial is the model's biggest flaw. I had to hand count each comment and 4 hours in, I realized I've only parsed through 7 videos.

2) Number of memes. Taking the standard correlation of 8.4, one can determine that every meme posted in regards to flat earth shows some type of belief, or desire to believe. I just can't account for the total number of memes.

3) Number of tacos sold in America in 1987. This number remains static and provides no relevance to flat earth believers.

I think it's safe to say "number of videos" is the gold standard for quantifying the number of flat earth believers.

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Flat Earth General / Re: A boat at horizont
« on: April 25, 2018, 01:04:07 PM »
If you have kids, there is a simple experiment you can do on your own. Borrow one (or two) of your child's rubber toy boat(s) and fill the tub up with water.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Garlic bread in space
« on: April 25, 2018, 12:59:29 PM »
Why are we all arguing when we can simply just go to the grocery store and buy some garlic bread and do our own tests? Or for those of you who are more of the science type, you can make your own garlic bread at home. Mine is in the oven right now and I should be ready to conduct some tests on it within the hour.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: I can see the curve
« on: April 25, 2018, 12:46:21 PM »
You are a paid shill trying to deceive me and that image is photoshopped with a fish eye lense. Total CGI. You can't fool me. Sorry buddy, you aren't getting your paycheck this time.

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