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Flat Earth General / Apollo from a linguistic point of view
« on: December 23, 2017, 11:19:11 AM »
Peter Hyatt a professional linguistic analist and has given his professional take on the Neil Armstrong/Mr.  Moore interview.
If any of you is open minded enough to watch it without bias would be appreciated.

For those who want to skip the initial talk go over to 4.10 where Peter Hyatt is introduced or 8.11 where the actuall interview analysis start.


Flat Earth General / Magnetic flatearth
« on: September 03, 2017, 10:06:01 AM »
I always found this concept intriguing and this video is showing how much better the flatearth concept has become through recent modelling and discoveries.
Step by step we undertstand God's creation that is fully supported by scripture contrary to the heliocentric deception.

It is a lengthy starts at 2.47....i just wanted to share something i thought was very substancial to the whole flatearth debate.


Flat Earth General / ISS fakery reaches new heights
« on: May 02, 2017, 11:44:42 AM »
Curious what the fakespace endorsers have as explainations this time around !

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Flat Earth Debate / Distances in the universe
« on: April 22, 2017, 03:28:09 PM »
I have been here a couple of months ago, but because of sudden illness i was pre- occupied with different things. I have not looked into past subjects anymore and don't really want to dig them up now....

What always puzzles me is that i do not understand how the current cosmoligical model could possibly work.
If you scale down our supposed globe earth into a 30cm globe in diameter then.....

The sun is 33m in diameter and 3.8 km away
Pluto due to it's eliptical orbit 110-170 km away from the sun as a tiny golfball.
Alpha Centauri the nearest star 1.000.000 km away
The Andromeda galaxy 650.000.000.000 km away

The planets found by the trappist telescope 40.000.000 km away

All numbers are calculated with an earth with a 30cm diameter as reference.

How could gravity of any force hold everything in place with great precision with such enormous vastness of empty space/ vacuum ?
It is like imagining that we can blow a balloon without exploding to the size of our Earth.
Not even mentioning the speed of spiral arm gallaxies that defies this possibility even more.

What is the current plausible explaination for this ?
Btw a lightyear = 9500.000.000.000 km
Can we really observe quadrillions of miles looking towards the boundaries of space ?
It seems so convenient, because there is absolutely no way to varify anything, not even in the scaled down cosmos, which still has absurd distances that would make you wonder about the "real" cosmos/ distances.

Flat Earth Debate / Our universe
« on: September 09, 2016, 12:45:28 PM »
Our universe is so big that one has to wonder about all that has been claimed about the universe.
For starters we go back to the globe we all knew in our childhood.

This globe was, let's say.....30 cm in diameter.
A rocket in this scale is invisable small and so is the Hubble telescope.

When we use this globe as a starting point the sun is a big ball with a 35m diameter. A height of a 10 storey building.
The distance between those two models is 3,74 km.
Pluto is only 6cm in diameter and a whopping 110-185 km away depending where it is in it's orbit around the sun.
The sun's gravity is however keeping it in place.

Alpha Centauri is the nearest star at 1.000.000 km !!! away from our 30cm globe model.
The diameter of the scale Milkyway is km (still considering our 30cm earth as reference)
Andromeda is 600.000.000.000 km away (still considering our 30cm earth as reference)
And the furthest known galaxy is km away (still considering our 30cm earth as reference)

Since rockets aren't even visible in this scale model it is safe to assume that mass will not get us anywhere at all.
Even the speed of light is extremely slow to go anywhere and i urge people to write down the billions of lightyears in miles/km, because it are absurd distances.
What can we really tell about our universe when we are trapped because we are to little by an extremely big margin ?.
Even on a scaled down universe the distances remain absurd as i have pointed out above.

What is so brilliant about all those conclusions scietists get so excited about ?
When light doesn't travel in absolute straight lines for trillion-quadrillions of km's, but to some unknown reason bends a tiny bit of a degree each lightyear, we can tell nothing about the direction of the things we observe. Wat is perceived in a certain direction could be in any place at all (not talking about time delay, but the path of light rays).
Yet when we look at the stars, nothing seems so outlandish far away.....and those mockin such infantile reasoning, forget that they themselves can never proof anything behind our solar system. which is so extremely small compared to the other distances (again see above in the scale model), that claiming certain absolutes is nothing more than wild guesses, because we will probably never find out.
From the time that the flatearth debate is growing the counter arguements include more light bending , refraction and all sort of great manouvres than ever to make the globe curvature math fit the equation.
But light from far away gallaxies, trillions and trillions times the distances travels in straight lines so we can make conclusions about the origans of our universe ?

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