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That's what I thought.  But then, what was all automatic..?

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If anything goes wrong, you never reach your target. Look at all NASA info about it. Nothing! It was all automatic!
huh?   What was all automatic?
The trip to the Moon! The astronuts were just passengers/Hollywood actors. Great show.
I am more confused.

Do you believe that people really did go to the moon, but not as astronauts in direct control of the vehicle?  Just actors riding along an automated space vehicle?

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Flat Earth General / Re: THAT'S WHY THE GAS BALLOON GOES TO UPWARDS.
« on: March 13, 2020, 05:57:48 AM »
Well your evaluation of UA is flawed in ways that I really donít care to go into right now (You know, because itís off topic and has been addressed several times before), and basically your entire post is irrelevant to what I said so I guess I donít know how to even respond in a way that would be on topic. Do you actually have anything relevant to share that addresses the topic, or no?

You: "Buoyancy works without the theory of gravity."
Me: "Buoyancy does not work without the theory of gravity."
You: "You're off topic!"
Me: ???

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If anything goes wrong, you never reach your target. Look at all NASA info about it. Nothing! It was all automatic!
huh?   What was all automatic?

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Flat Earth General / Re: THAT'S WHY THE GAS BALLOON GOES TO UPWARDS.
« on: March 11, 2020, 05:27:40 AM »
Buoyancy works perfectly well with UA as well as the infinite plane, and I think (although I haven't spent much time working it out) that it also would work just fine with denpressure.
Except UA doesn't work at all and denpressure is just a broken, backwards description of buoyancy using gravity.

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The Lounge / Re: We need to talk about Dr Who (come at me Jane!)
« on: March 10, 2020, 07:26:39 AM »

"Actual, professional writes came up with this."

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How do you know it's a reflection of the second dome and not a reflection of the third dome?

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Motion is independent from lightspeed. Or is there policeman that ask the accelerating body to stick under lightspeed? :o
Would you like to know why you're wrong?  I can promise you that it's very interesting.  I have some educational YouTube videos in mind, though if you'd rather the explanation be written I can find a good source for that, too.
But if you don't want to know, I guess that's okay too.  We all know how you are.

Feel free to give the link.

Or maybe it's better if you explain it in this thread.

This is a great video series.  It's lightweight and casual, but unafraid of mathematics and not lost in metaphor.  Its central focus is an intuitive visualization of Lorentz transformations, which directly addresses why motion and lightspeed are linked.  Don't give up before the third video, though I encourage you to watch the whole playlist.  I hope you like it!



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Flat Earth General / Re: THAT'S WHY THE GAS BALLOON GOES TO UPWARDS.
« on: March 09, 2020, 09:39:10 AM »
Hot air balloons can lift hundreds of pounds. People, for example.  But after a while, the air cools down, and then the balloon starts to sink.  If the operator doesn't want the balloon to sink, more hot air is added via a jet burner.

What do you suppose is going on there?

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Motion is independent from lightspeed. Or is there policeman that ask the accelerating body to stick under lightspeed? :o
Would you like to know why you're wrong?  I can promise you that it's very interesting.  I have some educational YouTube videos in mind, though if you'd rather the explanation be written I can find a good source for that, too.
But if you don't want to know, I guess that's okay too.  We all know how you are.

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There's no toilet paper shops in space yet.

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You know what?
TAN LENGTH IS NOT COMPETENT TO BE THE OUTER LIMIT
Do you know what else isn't competent?

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I wonder how the likes of Heiwa will respond when there are weekly launch and landings happening?

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Everyone? ohoho.. here comes a troll with confession :o
This is the Flat Earth Society.
If you take anything (or anyone) here too seriously you may end up drinking too much and getting banned for 2 weeks.

Conclusion: all people here deeply in their hearts are FLATEARTHERS :')
Any rebuttal to my video?

Mike
Any rebuttal to his video?

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Flat Earth General / Re: Just What Do They Believe?
« on: March 03, 2020, 07:49:31 AM »
And just to add, each one may also have multiple, mutually-inconsistent theories that they hold.  When backed into a corner, they'll just switch models. Sandokhan in particular does this all the time.  Then again, he's also not a flat-earther as so much as he is an excellent world builder.  He'd make a great DM.

John Davis does this a lot too, but it's harder to pin him on it because everything he says is vague rhetoric or mock indignation.

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Which one is true? Pi or Phew??

You decide 8)
Pi

 O0 👈😜👍  #HappyPiDay  #PhewHasLost  #DontAtMe

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The essence of the facts
« on: March 02, 2020, 12:00:21 PM »
I like the part where he tried to appropriate Jesus with the argument that Muslims today follow the fashion trend of Jews two thousand years ago.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Dark Moon
« on: March 02, 2020, 09:47:18 AM »
Hey wait a sec.  If the moon is a ball, and the moon hosts dangerous bioluminescent life that migrates around its entire surface, why doesn't this life fall down off the ball?  Does gravity apply to the moon?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Dem Watch 2020
« on: March 02, 2020, 09:31:05 AM »
In practice though this would not only cause the democrats to lose this election but probably annihilate the party in the process.  We'll see just how much they dislike Sanders.
AKA exactly what happened in 2016.

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He is trying to prove that 9 + 16 is not = to 25

I dont think evidence is the biggest issue here
This is the type of quality posts I come here for.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: I won Heiwa's Ä1,000,000 challenge
« on: February 27, 2020, 01:26:34 PM »
Hang in there, Heiwa.  If you eat healthy and keep up with light exercise, you could live long enough to see mainstream space tourism!  It won't be affordable for most people at first, but rich innovators like yourself should be able to cut to the front of the line. :)

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I wonder if this will be the end of North Korea.

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The Lounge / Re: We need to talk about Dr Who (come at me Jane!)
« on: February 27, 2020, 10:12:10 AM »
I sense the same problem that Star Trek: Discovery has.  The plots just makes no gorram sense.

Things don't happen for a reason. There's no cause and effect.  The show is just a series of transitions from one dramatic moment to another.  There's no explanation, there's no consequence.

All of the companions could be removed, or perhaps condensed down to a single character, and the plot could continue without modification.  Meanwhile, new Doctor is just yammering on to herself in every scene to make up for it.  Maybe it's supposed to make her "wacky", but it just comes off like there's no reason for anyone to be doing anything.

What a shame.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Dark Moon
« on: February 26, 2020, 06:25:30 AM »
Even flat-Earthers cannot agree on FET.
Or even the ratio between the circumference and diameter of a circle  ;D

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It's looking more and more likely this virus was cooked up in a lab in Wuhan and escaped containment.
Howso?

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here is my track:


Thank you for sharing.



Ya know, I think I'm done with this thread.

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I'm a musician, not a smith. :o Ruler is fine. It's quite transparent. Even though they have various lengths for length unit such as centimeter, e.g. a diameter of my glass: one ruler says it's 7.2 cm, another ruler says it's 7.25 cm. But that's okay for phew. 8)
You didn't measure the outer circumference with a measuring tape because you are a musician?
So instead, you just totally eyeballed the measurement but cutting notches into a strip of paper?  because you are a musician?
And you also think you are qualified to demonstrate experiments that are mathematically proven to be fallacious?  Is that also because you are a musician?

But let's pretend your inaccurate measurement are about right anyway, for musical fun.  The difference between 7.2cm and 7.25cm is just under .7%.  The difference between pi and 3.17157 is about .95%.  So how do you have any confidence at all in what you measured?  Is that also because you're a musician?



What kind of music do you make?


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At least tell me why you didn't use a tape measure.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: All About maps
« on: February 20, 2020, 05:07:19 AM »
Reporting for duty.

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Danang, how come I never see YOU do an experiment?

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