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Flat Earth Q&A / More plausible gravity theory
« on: January 13, 2006, 11:34:39 PM »
Quote from: "Selling"
All I got from that post is that Russians aren't people.

I think all he got was that Russians and asians are still animals. and "sian" animals at that. Not so unlike the "ish" humanoid animals. or the "ic" type either. In either case, I'm glad to see that he even attempted to make sense of our situation using his prior knowledge applied to our "common" knowledge, in a way that explains why things are the way they are. His postulate, or theory, or whatever you wanna call it, isn't too unbelievable but for me it complicates the idea of how our moon travels due to the disk shape of the earth object he's created. Explaining this to me might make me happy though  :wink:

Flat Earth Q&A / Ok, im not going to be an ass, i want to hear your ideas
« on: January 13, 2006, 11:21:08 PM »
edit: the post can be found here alex. and yes I'm getting testy cause bullhorn is a poopyface.

Flat Earth Q&A / Ok, im not going to be an ass, i want to hear your ideas
« on: January 13, 2006, 11:17:54 PM »
oo where?!? do i have to look for it? i hate looking for things... ::tear::

Flat Earth Q&A / We must have a serious discussion of the evidence.
« on: January 13, 2006, 10:50:18 PM »
ok so we have atmospheric distortion that's similar to the "mirage" effect that you get from air pockets having different densities and thereby refracting the light we perceive. great. sooooo, when we have a red moon (look it up, its when the atmosphere absorbs the light with shorter wavelengths, giving you the image of what seems to be an "orange" or "red" moon because it's close to the horizon), why doesn't it buck out in a sort of elliptical shape? For the record, I will always believe that you're ful of shit, bullhorn.

Flat Earth Q&A / Flat-Earth's gravity Vs Planes
« on: January 13, 2006, 10:31:56 PM »
they gotta make a living doing something.

Flat Earth Q&A / Ok, im not going to be an ass, i want to hear your ideas
« on: January 13, 2006, 10:27:59 PM »
Bullfuck, have you ever gone parasailing? Are the makers of glasses and contacts in on this conspiracy too? Did they reprogram everyone's visual receptors as to believe that the earth is round when viewed from a great altitude? Even from a mountain you can see a curvature. Which brings me to my other point that I've brought up a few times in the past. Your weight changes with altitude, decreasing as you move higher. This was explained as a change in the pull of gravity, but since you don't believe in gravity, this can't be true, right? Why don't you go climb a mountain and bring a small scale with you, or hell even a simple spring. Check the travel distance of the spring when a weight is attached at sea level, then climb the mountain and check the travel distance of the spring when you're at the top. I've done this before for fun back when I was hiking in Hawaii. The weight was brass so don't give me any of that "magnetic interference" bullshit. Go ahead and give me a response. Give me something tangible, you sack of monkey shit.

Flat Earth Q&A / Round earth Gravity vs. Flat earth "Gravity"
« on: January 10, 2006, 11:15:03 PM »
Still though, this doesn't explain the altitude phenomenon with gravity. Which I mentioned in another thread, which I don't feel like finding, so I'll just mention it again. As you reach levels higher than sea level, you'll find that you "weigh" less. Although this isn't a change in mass, your scale will read slightly less than what it did at sea level. According round-earth gravity explanations, this is because the force of gravity becomes lesser as you move away from the object producing the force. You could, however, say that this change in weight could be from the contribution of the atmosphere, and ITS force on you, as the atmosphere is much like an ocean of gases, compressing as you go further "down," sea level being our standard zero point. I don't feel like looking up the density of our atmosphere as a function of altitude, but I don't think that it would extert that much force on you. I could, however, be wrong. If anyone wants to disprove this, please do so and enlighten me. As far as I'm concerned, I still hate you all. With exception of mundi and 6strings. oh and maybe dill. or whoever else seems to have used at least half their brain to argue the fact that the earth is indeed round.

Flat Earth Q&A / The days of this site are numbered
« on: January 10, 2006, 11:00:04 PM »
I think it would be even better if the forkhead found out that it's round. I have to say, though, if we really could just do that for $20 USD per person, and we really would send bullhorn to space, I'd totally be in for that. You never know though. OMG, I actually took the time to capitalize in this reply. Holy shit. :shock:  :shock:

Flat Earth Q&A / Final proof against flat earth model.
« on: January 10, 2006, 10:51:17 PM »
and about what i smoke, it's weed and it's on occasion. not rare occasion, with intervals of a month or so between toking. i personally am not a fan of beer, so ill just stick to weed and whiskey. haha. and go back to the first page to read the other short reply i left. another thing you mightve mentioned is that the atmosphere is denser down here at sea level, so that may have a force on us to so extent. even though this force could be disproved using density and displacement explanations. stuff im really too tired to think about though. anyways, goodnight and i hope to see another reply.

Flat Earth Q&A / Final proof against flat earth model.
« on: January 10, 2006, 10:47:11 PM »
and the thing about "qi" or "chi" can also be searched under "psi." whatever the case, im still bored.

Flat Earth Q&A / Final proof against flat earth model.
« on: January 10, 2006, 10:45:36 PM »
sorry, havent been here in a while, yeah when it looked like i was confusing latitude with altitude, it was in response to enraged penguin's reply, youll understand it if you look back at that. anways, yes i understand the differences in latitude and altitude, but enraged penguin's reply didnt seem to correlate so well. about the pokemon thing, i was trying to find an rpg that i could play without having to be at home, in my living room. so i had to steal my sister's game. whats worse is that its not even my own. god help me. even though i'm atheist. sorry for not capitalizing anything at all, its just a really bad habit from talking on aim...

Flat Earth Q&A / Proof that the Earth is indeed flat
« on: January 09, 2006, 06:18:56 AM »
:lol: that being the only flat earth reply in days, can i say pwned?

Flat Earth Q&A / Final proof against flat earth model.
« on: January 08, 2006, 09:11:33 PM »
wouldn't this mean that people would weigh more as they approached the north? considering that one "weighs" less as they approach higher altitudes, i would have to conclude that the gravity theory still holds strong. unless, of course, ALL of our scales have been calibrated to decrease in reading as we approach higher altitudes, to give the effect that would best support the round earth theory. this can be rebutted with the claim that spring scales have a "spring constant" and that it would be difficult to calibrate such a simple mechanism for such a complex operation. 6strings i really really really want you to respond to this. i know you can, take your time, kill it to death, please. i need entertainment and im sick of playing pokemon to pass the time.

« on: January 08, 2006, 08:57:51 PM »
i find it funny that rick said DUI. whatever the case, ive gotten kinda bored of watching 6strings absolutely wreck the flat-earthers' world. rick, they could say that the directions of N,S,E,W are in accordance with their view of the world, like the UN map thingy, where North is towards the center, and the rings have polar opposite charges of East and West. This, however, would not explain the North star complex. cause then the stars would have to rotate with your persepective of the sky. or something. i wanna see what happens next!!

Flat Earth Q&A / Are there images available a the ice-wall?
« on: January 06, 2006, 09:35:15 PM »
oh true, point taken. in either event, i think these people need to be re-educated. lol

Flat Earth Q&A / Are there images available a the ice-wall?
« on: January 05, 2006, 09:50:26 PM »
E=mc^2 was used to show that mass could be converted into enormous amounts of energy and vice versa. I'm not sure how this would apply to the whole round vs. flat earth thing but what I do know is that if we're constantly accelerating, moving towards light speed and beyond, we'd have to throw Einstein's theory out the window.

Flat Earth Q&A / People instinctively know the earth is flat!
« on: January 05, 2006, 09:24:56 PM »
ya know, in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, they had custom-shaped planets. Maybe that's where they're getting all this cockamamy bullshit. Flat earth. why not diamond shaped? fuck, while we're at it let's make one shaped like a vagina.

Flat Earth Q&A / More evidence why the earth is a freaking round ball.
« on: January 05, 2006, 05:25:39 PM »
i think i read somewhere that the flat earthers believe that the sun is cold but that our atmosphere convert the electromagnetic waves into "hot" rays of light. what's worse is that i read that they think the sun is 11 miles away from earth. i smoke a lot of weed and my friend does LSD but nothing could fuck me up enough to have flat-earth logic.

Flat Earth Q&A / Proof that the Earth is indeed flat
« on: January 05, 2006, 05:15:30 PM »
next he's going to say that the camera manufacturers are producing lenses that make the atmospheric distortion so that we BELIEVE the earth is round. I propose the purchase of a dunce cap for bullhorn.

Quote from: "oblivioN"

ok im tired of your fucking bullshit.  lets assume that all these meteorites "Are" hitting the planet just like for us. they are hitting your "flat earth"  and your flat earth is flying upward in space and making it seem as if gravity is there right?  so the added weight of all of your asteriods would eventually become to much for the flying earth to handle and we would experience less and less resistence over time and soon would be stuck with an earth that is no longer flying "upward" and we would all be buttfucked into oblivion. make sense?

To support oblivion: even if we assume gravity does not exist, we can still believe that without a doubt, through experiments, force = mass * acceleration. If the force of the earth is a constant "upward" motion, rushing at 9.81 m/s/s, then adding mass would decrease the acceleration. Which, in turn, would decrease the feel of "gravity." If the accleration is constant and the mass is forever growing, then the force would be forever growing. if that is the case, then the planets, the sun, and the moon, would constantly be changing their distances with respect to the earth, assuming that they don't all receive space matter at the same rate, because it would be very improbable for EVERYTHING to be attaining the same amount of mass at the same time, over many many eons. Another thing, bullhorn, stop stating that your argument is valid. just accept the fact that others are more learned than you. Yes, learned is a word. it's pronounced Lur-ned. pick up a book.

Flat Earth Q&A / Well, this would do it for me
« on: January 04, 2006, 10:42:53 PM »
other than the fact that its funny, i don't see a reason to be on this site... on that note, im gonna take like 9 benadryl and hope that i forget how to type

Flat Earth Q&A / Re: Keep On Keepin' On
« on: January 04, 2006, 10:20:16 PM »
Quote from: "Dionysios"

  First, it seems evident that among the various people on this website, yourself and Mr. Bill are indeed genuine flat earthers.

I'm sorry, I found this priceless for some reason. Yay for the THREE FLAT EARTH BELIEVERS!!

Flat Earth Q&A / Un-Answered, Un-Proved, Un-Real
« on: January 04, 2006, 10:14:43 PM »
and someone else said that the sun is 11 miles away from earth. i want this person found, scalped, disembowled, and fed to his relatives.

Flat Earth Q&A / Un-Answered, Un-Proved, Un-Real
« on: January 04, 2006, 10:13:11 PM »
and again, why is it only 150 feet tall? that's pretty tiny for any average mountain climber.

Flat Earth Q&A / Well, this would do it for me
« on: January 04, 2006, 10:12:16 PM »
holy goddamn these people are retarded. round ftw.

Flat Earth Q&A / Proof that the Earth is indeed flat
« on: January 04, 2006, 10:05:40 PM »
well they'll write it off as "atmospheric distortion" or something to that effect. otherwise, its a beautiful picture. and yes, round FTW

Flat Earth Q&A / Un-Answered, Un-Proved, Un-Real
« on: January 04, 2006, 10:04:30 PM »
::raises glass:: btw dill, i reposted about the "give me proof" thread. again, sorry. whatever the case, this forum is fun. even if i will get banned. haha

Flat Earth Q&A / I say give me proof
« on: January 04, 2006, 10:03:27 PM »
sorry if i offended anyone of faith, but let's just say that you can prove god is real as much as these fuckwads can prove that the earth is flat.

Flat Earth Q&A / I say give me proof
« on: January 04, 2006, 09:55:37 PM »
noooo no no no, you got me wrong there. sorry for ranting cause ive been making a lot of random posts on how i'd rather this site be porn than what it is. What I was asking for was for someone to prove god is real at all. Not to link that with the earth being round. It was more or less to say that I believe in God as much as Flat-Earth believers believe the earth is round.

Flat Earth Q&A / And i thought the earth was flat....
« on: January 04, 2006, 09:51:42 PM »
sooo uhhh... is the moon flat too? or did it become round by freak accident with god? oh i know, its cheese right? I FUCKING HATE YOU PEOPLE.

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