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Suggestions & Concerns / Is there a delete option like the other site?
« on: August 03, 2020, 04:30:25 AM »
By delete, I mean my account...

Question is in the title

Philosophy, Religion & Society / Mail in voting
« on: August 03, 2020, 04:01:00 AM »

Worried about your health?

Your worry is not based in object truth.

"Recent data has not shown a compelling public health justification for mail-in voting.In Wisconsin’s April election, only 52 of more than 400,000 voters and poll workers were confirmed to have contracted the Chinese coronavirus. None of those cases were fatal.This equals an infection rate below two-hundredths of one percent."

Worried about your vote counting?

"Grewal confirmed that almost 20 percent of the mail-in votes cast were thrown out by the Board of Elections."

People who want their vote to count should be against mail in voting.

Finally, if you won the lottery, would you trust the ability to get your money by mailing the winning ticket?

The Lounge / Proof this site is nothing but bull...
« on: April 21, 2020, 07:24:58 AM »
Proof of the shills that run this forum and how comfortable they are with lying:

I wasn't around when Legba first darkened our doorstep.
Papa Legba:
Date Registered:April 13, 2015, 04:13:31 AM
Date Registered:October 03, 2007, 04:07:19 PM


Each of the mods and administrators here are so accustomed to lying and shilling, it is performed as second nature, regardless of topic...

Suggestions & Concerns / This thread...
« on: January 24, 2020, 04:17:47 AM »
I saw this thread:

I saw where this thread was closed.

I saw where a new thread was opened in a section where I am unable to post.

I have written two administrators, asking for the ability to post in the said section.

To date, I have yet to receive a response.

Please address my concern.

Thank you.

Technical Support / How do I ignore a member?
« on: November 26, 2019, 08:44:48 AM »
Help me out here...

Flat Earth General / Where are the inputs for these fallacious posts?
« on: October 03, 2019, 04:52:56 AM »

What were the inputs utilized to create this false image?
Humber Bridge:
"The concrete towers are 155.5 metres (510 feet) tall and were built to be 36mm further apart from each other at the top than at the bottom, to allow for the curvature of the Earth."

Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge:
"Its monumental 693 foot high towers are 1 5/8 inches farther apart at their tops than at their bases because the 4,260 foot distance between them made it necessary to compensate for the earth's curvature.”
There is no basis for either of these claims.

In fact, the library at this forum and the other forum there is a copy of a letter from the bridge tender at the bridge stating the claim is false.

What were the inputs utilized to create this false image?

Technology, Science & Alt Science / Name one, please...
« on: September 16, 2019, 06:36:18 AM »
Just a question for all the NASA believers...

Name one particular difference between the scenes of astronauts on the ISS produced by NASA and those scenes of Simon Helberg (playing Howard Wolowitz) on the ISS, produced by Chuck Lorre (The Big Bang Theory).

Technology, Science & Alt Science / Question
« on: August 08, 2019, 05:50:29 AM »
I have frequently, in the past, addressed the issue of adequate CGI modeling of a heliocentric solar system. Since the heliocentric model would rely on the laws and math proposed by Kepler, Newton, Einstein,, a computer, being the tool of choice for rendering math into discernible visual outputs, would be able to do so.

Yet nothing...

RE Adherents alike have offered what they consider to be adequate models available for public use, such as Stellarium, Staryy Night, etc. When asked to provide evidence these programs utilize the aforementioned men and their math in the program to generate the visual renderings, none is offered.

The question(s) are twofold:

Do the programs actually use the math required?

If yes, then why is the 3-body problem still described as UNSOLVED, in either case?

Flat Earth General / What is wrong with this?
« on: August 02, 2018, 09:23:53 AM »
10 ft to the top of a plumb, vertical pole, 3 feet away from the observer...

Object 1700 miles away and the top of the 10 ft pole can be seen along with the top of the object.

Object then computes to have a height of just over 5600 miles above the surface of the Earth...

Math is correct, right?

Flat Earth General / Possible explanation for sunlight on a flat earth
« on: April 01, 2018, 03:03:01 AM »
This video demonstrates a possible way for how sunlight disappears above a flat earth plane.

There must be something other than actual outer space and vacuum...

Space must be something other than what we are taught...

Or, it is all bull cookies.

Suggestions & Concerns / LOL!
« on: March 12, 2018, 06:22:39 AM »

Flat Earth General / This is the direction to go
« on: March 11, 2018, 01:51:54 AM »
This video is very interesting in that it deals directly with issues relating to angles of elevation relating to the Sun, the 90 degree base angle, the elevation angle, and the angle of deception.

The experiment in the video demonstrates issues with refraction and how this can possibly lead to an accurate map of the flat earth.

The video is well done and well worth watching!

Flat Earth General / Carnival sidebarker number two...
« on: March 05, 2018, 06:41:52 AM »
What a gigantic waste of money this has been!

"Current tenants of the spaceport include Virgin Galactic while UP Aerospace and Armadillo Aerospace have all operated from the spaceport"

"Virgin Galactic's founder, Sir Richard Branson, had initially suggested that he hoped to see a maiden flight by the end of 2009,[2] but this date has been delayed on a number of occasions, most recently by the October 2014 in-flight loss of SpaceShipTwo VSS Enterprise. Branson stated that Virgin Galactic was “in the best position in the world” to provide rocket-powered, point-to-point 3000 mph air travel on Earth.[3][4][5] In October 2017, Branson suggested that he could travel to space aboard a SpaceShipTwo within six months.[6]" - is now six months...Bueller,..Bueller...???

"The site's major tenants have experienced problems—or change of plans—in development of their programs and technologies, resulting in spaceport revenue far below projections, and a political controversy about what to do with the expensive government-built spaceport. Spaceport America was officially declared open on October 18, 2011.[4] and the site became fully accessible to the general public in June 24, 2015 with a paid tour known as the Spaceport America Experience."

It does not surprise the American populace would willingly swallow this duplicitous bull shit...

Flat Earth General / NASA and the flat earth airplane...
« on: March 01, 2018, 05:57:16 AM »
I was wondering if there is any feasible explanation regarding this article by NASA:

"This report details the development of the linear model of a rigid aircraft of constant mass, flying over a flat, nonrotating earth (emphasis mine)."

Flat Earth General / Take a look at this fake crapola...
« on: February 18, 2018, 06:08:51 AM »

Look at the arc depicted in this photo, supposedly depicting the curve of the Earth...

Have you ever seen such a clear example of photoshop/CGI editing in progress?


NOTE: Still was posted by an employee of SpaceX and appears to come from tghe video feed at around 56 minutes in...

"Elon Musk

Third burn successful. Exceeded Mars orbit and kept going to the Asteroid Belt.

9:46 PM - Feb 6, 2018
46.1K people are talking about this"





So, the shyster who keeps grabbing illicit cash via under performing technology is losing more and more ground, this time among his fellow tech moguls:

"They came out with some sensors that Elon Musk said would [allow the car to] drive itself across the country to where you were by the end of 2016 ... Oh, I had to have that!" he says.

"[T]hen they discovered those sensors would never drive across the country, so they got rid of their sensor company. They put in new sensors — instead of one camera, eight cameras — and that one will drive itself across the country by 2017. I believed that stuff," says Wozniak."

How anyone can believe what this guy states is beyond me...

Technology, Science & Alt Science / AI chatbots...
« on: January 28, 2018, 05:27:52 PM »
Here is, IMHO, AI chat bot, JackBlack, in revealatory splendor:
I deleted one post he made by circumventing his ban. That's all. It wasn't any content lost, as covered he only repeats himself.
As you have shown your dishonesty, I have no reason to take your word for it.

And no, you haven't. This is another blatant lie by you. I move posts to a quarantine rather than delete them
That is as good as deleting them.
You hide them from view.
If that is your best argument, it is one of pathetic semantics.

You are hiding posts from view and banning people. That is enough reason for me (and any rational person) to not use your site to debate your model.

You have no evidence of mass deletion because there is none. You are openly lying to everybody's faces. This is pathetic even by your standards.
I never said there was mass deletion. I just said there was deletion.
So it is just the same pathetic standards you often use of blatantly misrepresenting the claims of others to pretend they are wrong.

No, i don't, I mean the model itself points to space travel being impossible.
No it doesn't.
The model itself points to the conclusion that if the model is true, space travel is impossible. That doesn't mean space travel is impossible, nor does it mean the facts of your model points to it being impossible
The assumptions you make for your model is what indicates space travel is impossible.
They are not facts. They are assumptions.
Until you can prove your model is correct rather than alternatives, they remain as assumptions.
The mere fact that there is so much evidence for space travels indicates your model is wrong.

You are using your assumptions to dismiss evidence which contradicts your model/assumptions, which requires further assumptions to dismiss that evidence. That is not scientific or rational at all.

If you disagree with that being an additional assumption, then the same can be true for almost any model, where all the extra convoluted BS isn't an assumption of the model, it is just a conclusion of it. Does that sound rational to you? To make the model work you need extra convoluted BS to explain the observation, without it being an extra assumption?

You have to lie to make an argument. You take the exact opposite of what I said and insist it is what I mean.
There you go projecting again.

The impossibility of space travel is a consequence of objects being torn apart due to the same force that is responsible for countless other phenomenon. A conclusion.
A "conclusion" based upon assumptions you are yet to prove.
As such they are based upon assumptions not facts.
You said they were based upon facts, I am pointing out they are based upon assumptions.

I also wouldn't say it is more complex than yours with aether which appears to be sentient such that it can continue to flow with no reason to do so, which knows to drag matter down to Earth, but not tear Earth apart as it continues to flow.
I'm just saying rather than space having that sentience, some other entity does.
Another outright lie, as with all your post.
Nope, another rational analysis of your insane model which makes no sense and contradicts itself.

This is obscenely dishonest. Are you that scared of people making up their own minds that you have to lie so dramatically? This isn't even a subtle bending of the truth or minor misunderstanding. This is mass, wilful misrepresentation. I am ashamed for you.
Projecting again.
You are the one with the obscenely dishonest comments.
I'm not the one that has to lie so dramatically to try and dismiss any and all objections to my model.

You are the one blatantly misrepresenting things, like pretending your model is based upon a single assumption.
Completely busted, incapable of keeping up with the quote function!!!


Flat Earth Debate / Re: The Death of Heliocentricity
« on: January 21, 2018, 04:42:49 AM »
I find the lack of a CGI rendering of the heliocentric model (depicting the complete revolutionary movement of the Sun as it travels throughout the Milky Way) to be absolute certain evidence of:

1) The model being a lie:

2) Newton is wrong;

3) The Laws of Thermodynamics are wrong.

If humans can manufacture trash like this:

Then why can we not post the real deal, based on "real science?"

Newton's Laws of Motion/The Laws of Thermodynamics/etc.

Given that science claims the Sun is speeding along at roughly 483,000 MPH, with planets, their moons, asteroids, comets, etc., dutifully in tow, and given that science claims that Kepler and Newton have all the math figured out and that is what allowed for the discoveries of planets and their orbits to begin with:

Please present a correct CGI rendering of the Solar System in its travels throughout the galaxy.

The coding for the CGI must be demonstrated to have references to Newton and make account for the Laws of Thermodynamics.

The model should have the ability to render the visual movement of the Solar System at a speed similar to this (already demonstrated to be inaccurate)one:

Please note the topic of this thread is not up for debate.

This topic is for model presentation, critique, analysis, and support.

I will open up a debate thread for that purpose.

Flat Earth Debate / Revisiting a commonly presented image...
« on: January 19, 2018, 12:44:17 PM »
Lately, this image:

Has been presented quite a bit in support of RE.

Time to discuss this particular image and a couple questions follow:

RE-tards, what is the measured distance of the photographer from the subject matter at hand?

What is the measured distance between each tower in the image?

Flat Earth General / Demands for a flat earth map.
« on: December 12, 2017, 12:02:40 PM »
Next time a RE-tard asks you for a FE map, you can go tell him/her to go take flying leap.
34) Ship captains in navigating great distances at sea never need to factor the supposed curvature of the Earth into their calculations. Both Plane Sailing and Great Circle Sailing, the most popular navigation methods, use plane, not spherical trigonometry, making all mathematical calculations on the assumption that the Earth is perfectly flat. If the Earth were in fact a sphere, such an errant assumption would lead to constant glaring inaccuracies. Plane Sailing has worked perfectly fine in both theory and practice for thousands of years, however, and plane trigonometry has time and again proven more accurate than spherical trigonometry in determining distances across the oceans.
35) If the Earth were truly a globe, then every line of latitude south of the equator would have to measure a gradually smaller and smaller circumference the farther South traveled. If, however, the Earth is an extended plane, then every line of latitude south of the equator should measure a gradually larger and larger circumference the farther South traveled. The fact that many captains navigating south of the equator assuming the globular theory have found themselves drastically out of reckoning, more so the farther South traveled, testifies to the fact that the Earth is not a ball.
36) During Captain James Clark Ross’s voyages around the Antarctic circumference, he often wrote in his journal perplexed at how they routinely found themselves out of accordance with their charts, stating that they found themselves an average of 12-16 miles outside their reckoning every day, later on further south as much as 29 miles.

So, let us look at today's modern voyages, such as those FAMOUS ANTARCTIC CRUISES highly touted by the RE- tards...SURELY ALL THESE NAVIGATIONAL ISSUES ARE CLEARED UP BY NOW, RIGHT!?!?


From the video:

5600 km odyssey...
15 days to do it.
GPS doesn't add up...(off by 300 METERS)
"We have to round up this corner because THE MAP IS WRONG!"



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Arts & Entertainment / Thor:Ragnarok
« on: November 11, 2017, 01:27:21 PM »
I think the movie was absolutely kick ass! Rocked from start to finish, a great mix of humor and action, and tell me another movie that could pull off two fight scenes set to the "Immigrant Song," by Led Zeppelin?

Flat Earth Debate / MORE RE-TARD BS!!!
« on: July 23, 2017, 04:05:48 PM »
Check out the pretty balls...
Again, not making any sense... You were talking about a ball in a plane, that would get back to your hand as long as the plane stayed on its course. The same applies for Earth. Of course if the plane moves abruptly, the ball will not get back in your hand, and then the comparison with Earth ends because it does not move abruptly.

Also, this 3D video of the solar system sporting a vortex has been flagged as wrong many times.

The planets do not drag behind the sun. They sometimes pass in front of it (relatively to its own motion around the center of the galaxy). That is because the solar system (direction of the ecliptic) makes an angle with the direction of the Sun. So planets are sometimes in front of the Sun, sometimes behind.

If all you want to remember is that planets in orbit make fancy helicoids when their star moves, then yes that is true.

But in reality it looks more like this :

Join the planets with a line to draw the ecliptic, you can see the angle I was talking about.
Okay, anyone got the math inputs, verified and sourced according to Keplar,, demonstrating this is an accurate rep or is just more bullshit entered into a system...

I bet its bullshit.

Show me the mathematical inputs behind this model.

« on: May 18, 2017, 07:59:55 AM »
A user posts a legitimate concern over the recent downtime and seeming lack of moderator/administrator response or effective handling of the issue.

SCG response:
You can always start your own forum.

Anyone else troubled by this type of response?

Flat Earth General / Experimental demonstration for tides
« on: March 16, 2017, 04:54:27 AM »
I found this explanation and the accompanying experiments quite compelling.

Philosophy, Religion & Society / Why is there such a thing as money?
« on: March 04, 2017, 01:35:26 PM »
Think about it.

Why is gold valuable?

Why do people want it?

If the end of the world as we know it was tomorrow, would it matter?

Philosophy, Religion & Society / We are at war
« on: February 28, 2017, 08:31:47 AM »
The war on terrorism is actually nothing more than a war being waged on those who threaten to reveal the true nature of our world.

Like the Matrix, except the true nature of our world is that it is flat.


Because there actually is a great deceiver and there actually are those in service to this great deceiver.

Living to lie and deceive.

Psychopaths and sociopaths.

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