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Flat Earth General / Re: Earth’s orbit
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:40:06 AM »
you are a smart Girl...

get the hell out of here...

what a young girl searching this and that...

i recognise your curiosity...

get out of here,,, you don't belong here

Flat Earth General / ever been 'super' suspicious
« on: February 26, 2019, 05:11:26 AM »
where do I live and where is it that I was?... so that I have somewhere to die?

where the heck am I?

sure, I am birthed and fully educated into a world a round world.

I won't deny that I have personal malfunctions... what a horror what an indifference that must be.

such as problems walking upright bipedal sometimes and parking my car bad.

but this?

this is beyond any personified malfunction.

the requirement within me... to first allow myself to ask something I was never designed to ask ... and second, to re-define what I am designed to ask.

I have not seen enough and I am not the only one... to really know... to throw my life at it.

but the same goes for the other way.

I am super suspicious.

I don't hijack conspiracies I research fundamentals.

so far?

flat Earth is up in the tally

Flat Earth General / Re: Gravity
« on: December 23, 2018, 11:57:50 PM »
I don't like the word 'gravity'... it makes no sense to me.
but I do understand the word 'weight'.

so if something is heavier than the air then it falls down.
if something is lighter than the air then it falls up.

but...  if the air is moving around like in a storm then it just blows shit all over the place.

even air has weight... as it's thicker near the ground than way up high.

anyway that's all I got... I don't like the word gravity and the movie is complete garbage.

(someone will likely say I'm a moron because things still drop in a vacuum?... but I consider that if it's heavier than 'not air'?... then it's still gonna fall down and probably quicker, and will a helium balloon fall up in a vacuum?... I don't have a vacuum chamber in my kitchen but I would like to know... I suppose that if it also falls down then I'm just confused and not a moron.)

I think it will fall down without the thicker air around it to support it...

so gravity just sux!

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