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Flat Earth Debate / Time zones show round earth theory doesn't work
« on: June 17, 2015, 01:17:11 PM »
Locations due west are behind in time, locations in the east are ahead in time. For example, east coast USA is 5 hours behind me (British Summer Time) and Delhi is 4.5 hours ahead.

But here's where it breaks down. If I travel west to the USA, then keep going west, local time should get further and further behind BST. But what if I keep going west until I reach India? I should be a long way behind BST as I've been travelling west all the way. But India is actually ahead of BST! It doesn't work

Round earth theory busted, yet again!  :D :D :o :o  :D :D

Flat Earth Debate / I think it might be round
« on: June 15, 2015, 12:18:28 PM »
I am having doubts. My research has not been conclusive so far, and round earth is starting to actually make sense. Maybe I am just being overwhelmed by the mainstream brainwashing, or maybe I've been listening to the roundies on here too much. I am losing my faith.

Do any other believers suffer from this?

Flat Earth Debate / When Round Earth Theory Breaks Down
« on: June 11, 2015, 11:55:06 AM »
I have just discovered something astounding!

According to the theorised globe earth map, if I leave the island of England here, and travel directly north, where would the first land I come across be? Norway? Iceland? Greenland?
No. According to Round Earth theory the first land I would come across is the far east of Russia! Near the Bering Strait!

I mean come on, Russia? Everyone knows that Russia is east of England, not directly north! There must be a wormhole teleportation thing a la JRowe's theory!

Flat Earth Debate / What's the point of roundies?
« on: June 10, 2015, 03:25:51 PM »
This is the flat earth society. Why are there so many roundies on here earnestly trying to prove the world is round? What's the point?

It must be so dull being a roundy just trotting out the same arguments over and over.

Have you no sense of fun?

(sense Mikeman, used in the correct context, not instead of "since")

Flat Earth Debate / Archeology supports IET
« on: June 10, 2015, 01:51:15 PM »
Ive shown that the core sciences support IET (Infinite Earth Theory) - now to get a bit more abstract.

Archeology is the study human past. It usually involves excavating (digging) areas where important artefacts are suspected to lie. So, things get buried with time. Why is this?

On a round earth it makes no sense; human activity would wear the ground down not build it up!

But in IET it makes perfect sense; as I have explained, small amounts of heavy elements are falling to Earth, and naturally these tiny amounts build up over time.

I rest my case, yet again.

Technology, Science & Alt Science / Silicon
« on: June 10, 2015, 08:25:27 AM »
There was a giant leap in electronic technology when it was discovered that tiny circuitry could be pressed into silicon chips. It was really out of the blue. Silicon is essentially just sand, so there is no way somebody could have thought you could build a computer out of sand! Amazing leaps like that just don't happen.

I think there is only one explanation. Silicon circuits were found in alien spacecraft (probably at Roswell) and reverse-engineered to discover what they could do. It's the only plausible explanation.

Flat Earth General / Infinite Earth Theory - Experimentation
« on: June 09, 2015, 10:26:15 AM »
It has rightly been pointed out to me that Infinite Earth Theory (IET) relies on too much intellectual theorising and not enough experimentation. The ultimate experiment, of course, is finding previous unknown lands. I plan to to this in 2016. In the meantime, I thought I would record such experiments which are possible for me to do alone.

I am starting from scratch, and performing experiments in a logical order, starting with the most basic principles.

Constructive comments and suggestions are welcome, but please be aware this is not a debate forum.

Edwin Hubble was the first person to realise that everything in the universe is moving away from us (red-shifted). This fact is now universally accepted by the cosmology community.

Everything in every direction is getting further away. In round Earth theory, this can only mean one thing - our little globe is the centre of the universe. I think most will agree this is ridiculous, or so unlikely that it be dismissed as a realistic explanation.

Now, in Infinite Earth Theory (IET) this all makes perfect sense. IET states that Earth is a flat plain making up the floor of the universe. The big bang was an event at the bottom of the universe, projecting all matter upwards. This energy continues today, as observed by red-shift. Only heavy elements have fallen to create the Earth, as well as lighter elements produced on Earth itself (the atmosphere).

Of course, this is only an idea of what happened at the beginning of the universe. Much more research is needed.

Flat Earth Debate / Meteorites Prove Infinite Earth Theory
« on: June 08, 2015, 03:41:59 AM »
The universe is billions of light years across. In round Earth theory, the Earth is an insignificantly tiny speck in a vast cosmos.

There are millions of meteorites on th Earth. We are expected to believe that these meteorites all hit an incredibly tiny Earth in this vastness. It's like firing a gun and hitting a single atom a mile away! Impossible!

If the Earth is a vast plain making the floor of the universe, millions of meteorites make perfect sense. They have just fallen to the bottom of the universe.

As ever, the simplest explanation is the most likely.

Flat Earth Debate / Gravity Shows the Earth is Flat
« on: June 07, 2015, 06:20:46 AM »
The Earth contains a lot of heavy elements - an iron interior and lots of other heavy elements. Stars are made mainly of the lightest elements - hydrogen and helium. Other planets are mostly gaseous.

Isn't it obvious? The heavy stuff falls to the bottom of the universe, making a flat, heavy plain.

Also, the Earth contains a lot of water. Scientists say this was transported to the Earth by comets. Ha! There's loads of the stuff! A far simpler, and therefore more likely explaination, is that water just falls to the bottom and sits on the surface of the Earth.

I don't understand why we have made up such a complicated model of the universe, when the truth is so simple and obvious - the Earth is the floor of the universe.

The Lounge / I've Done My Bit
« on: May 08, 2015, 11:01:03 AM »
I've had enough of being a flat earth character now, so I'm going back to being a normal person. Itchy may return in future, when I get bored again.

Sorry he wasn't very convincing, it's really hard!

Someone else's turn now.


Flat Earth Debate / How Comets Support Infinite Earth Theory
« on: May 08, 2015, 06:20:51 AM »
I won't mention the score this time. There's no need to humiliate people  ;D.

In round earth theory, comets are visible from earth as they orbit the Sun. The problem with this is, is it that period of these orbits can be decades or even hundreds of years. In this time the Sun will have moved millions of kilometres through the galaxy. It simply would not be there when the comet returns. Makes no sense!

In Infinite Earth Theory (IET), comets are simply objects flying around relatively close to the bottom of the universe (Earth), and they become visible when they get close to the sun. Makes perfect sense.

The more logical theory (IET) is always more likely to be true.

I hope this convinces a few more to follow IET.

Flat Earth Debate / Do You Believe in Infinite Earth Theory Yet?
« on: May 07, 2015, 08:22:21 AM »
Just so I can gauge progress of my theory.


Flat Earth Debate / The Earth Itself Proves Infinite Earth Theory
« on: May 07, 2015, 05:25:45 AM »
Just to recap - the score so far:

Infinite Earth 3 - 0 Round Earth

Let's see if the roundies can do any better with this one  ::)

The earth contains a lot of heavy elements. Iron, nickel, zinc, silver, gold, lead and even uranium are present in the earths crust, mantle and core.

The earth being the floor of the universe, this makes perfect sense. You would expect heavier elements to be at the bottom of the universe. And so they are.

In round earth theory, it makes no sense. 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.

How do explain this roundie friends? Or are you convinced with Infinite Earth Theory now?

Flat Earth General / Infinite Earth - The Next Step
« on: May 03, 2015, 02:21:18 PM »
Soon we will be able to access some of the new lands that have been denied to us so far. The obvious next step is to visit these lands and be the first to "discover" them.
Within the next few years I am planning to charter a boat to sail to Itchyland (it won't really be called that, it's not my real name).
Does anyone here with experience of ocean sailing, outdoor survival, or building want to join the expedition? I know where the boat needs to sail to, though I can't divulge that yet. But it would make sense for the voyage to begin in either Australia , New Zealand, or the west coast of South America.

I estimate the trip will last about a year, it's not a one way trip, although you may not want to come back.

You need to be brave, there could be all sorts of creatures there, including species thought to be extinct.

Ships on the horizon are usually used as evidence for/against a flat earth. But what about aeroplanes? They are much easier to watch, and they move much faster. You can watch an aeroplane travel away from you for like, 20 or 30 miles, and guess what, they NEVER disappear over the horizon. In fact they don't even get close to the horizon. They just fly away level.

Yet more proof that the earth cannot be round.

Let's see the roundies try to wriggle out of this one!  :D

Flat Earth Debate / Upside Down Australians
« on: May 02, 2015, 02:27:57 PM »
First of all I must declare that I have an assumption in this study: Australia exists  ;D

In the fantasy round earth, Australia is roughly opposite Europe. Aussies are upside down compared to us in the north. This is clearly absurd, so to get around it, roundies say that Australians are used to being the wrong way up, so they don't notice! Okay, I'll go with that, but what about European visitors to Australia? Surely they would notice, but nobody ever reports that they flipped upside down at any point in the journey to Aus. Of course they don't, we are all on the same plain.

Flat Earth Debate / The Mystery of Antarctica
« on: May 02, 2015, 01:52:37 PM »
Round earth theory says that there is no difference between the two poles. You could flip the conventional north-is-top globe, it makes no difference.


The north pole is fairly accessible. Anyone can go there if they want to. A few years ago, Top Gear (UK TV programme) just drove there in a Toyota 4X4!

The south pole is a different story. You can't go there. It's very difficult and only special expeditions take on the challenge.

It's as if there was something to hide down there...

The only explanation of why the two places are so different is that they are not poles at all. Just different places on a flat earth.


This is just a thought experiment. Please don't post any practical issues.

I have a rocket pack that can escape earth gravity. I launch myself out if the atmosphere, straight up. I continue for 100,000 miles then stop. I am spun around several times to disorientate. I am lost in space.

But, all I have to do is get my bearings, then propel myself directly DOWNWARDS, and I will splash down in the ocean yes?

How could this be the case if the earth is spherical?

Flat Earth Debate / Thought Experiment Confirms the Earth is Flat
« on: May 01, 2015, 09:57:25 AM »
This is just a thought experiment. Please don't post about practical issues.

I am building a giant snooker table in space. It's very big, let's say the size of Kansas. It's is absolutely level. I've used lasers to ensure that it is flat, and there are no centres of gravity nearby to affect the light. It is the flattest thing in the universe.

I land my table on the flat earth, in a specially prepared area that is also as flat as measurably possible. No problem, the balls run true on every part of the table.

I land my table on a spherical earth, in a specially prepared area that is also as flat as measurably possible. Problem. My flat table is nothing like level with the flattened ground.

This doesn't make any sense, but according to round earth theory this what would happen. What a joke! The earth cannot be spherical. It's flat.

(for American viewers, a snooker table is like a pool table)

Flat Earth Debate / Infinite Earth?
« on: April 27, 2015, 01:41:38 PM »
Ive been reading about the different flat earth concepts. The idea of a disc being accelerated upwards with an ice wall is interesting, but I find it hard to believe. Antarctica has been well mapped, and I see no reason to doubt that is an island continent.
I read about dual earth theory. The person (jroweskeptic) who mainly seems to support this has put a lot of work into it, but it seems to me as a way of answering questions that the standard flat earth has difficulty with, rather than real belief.

Basically I think you are over-complicating things.

I have always believed the the earth is not a globe (that is just ridiculous) but is just the ground at the bottom of the universe. It may be an infinite plain, or as big as the universe, but it's definitely very big. It's not for us to know how big it is, that is why we are only permitted to know a small part of it. Maybe we be allowed to travel further in the future, just as we have discovered new lands up to now, I dont know. Why do you need this universal acceleration? Things fall, that is how the universe works - gravity means things fall downwards. Simple.

Isn't this a simpler, more elagent model? Look out the window - the ground is at the bottom, the sky is at the top, it really is that simple.

I believe it is possible to go to space, or the moon. When astronauts return to earth they splash down in the ocean - well of course they do, the ocean is at the bottom!

The only things I am unsure about is why the totally illogical round earth theory has been taught for all this time, and why almost everyone believes it. I guess brainwashing is a powerful thing.

I am pretty sure mountains exist.

The Lounge / New believer
« on: April 27, 2015, 09:58:16 AM »
Hello fellow believers and heretics. I am glad to have found you.
I have always known the earth is flat. It's obvious. I think the earth is just the bottom of the universe - that's why everything falls. Look at an aeroplane in the sky, does it fly away over the horizon? No it just flies away.

I don't know the true reasons why we are all taught round earth nonsense, but I look forward to reading your theories.


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