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Flat Earth Debate / Gravitational waves.
« on: February 11, 2016, 09:35:09 AM »

Flat Earth Q&A / The Flat Earth Society.
« on: October 30, 2014, 09:24:33 PM »
Are all these flat earth discussions limited to the internet boards or do the flat earthers arrange gatherings where you drink tea and talk about Samuel Shenton and stuff, i don't know maybe meet the love of your life etc...?

Flat Earth Debate / Travel times on a flat earth
« on: July 15, 2014, 06:55:40 PM »
So I know I have done this last year in a different unrelated thread but would like to spark it up again to kick back this topic.

So FES has this wonderful map of the world. It's beautiful actually and reminds me a lot of a place called the ark in the video game halo considering the ice wall and stuff. But when putting the map to the test, numerous problems arise, including one of my favorite unanswered ones with the Octans star constellation. But seeing that no FE'er is bold enough to legitimately challenge that one as it is a clear observable indication of the flaws in this disk world. I'd like to bring to you:

Travel Math!
An immensely accurate flight time calculator that is used by passengers and businesses all across the world to ensure their schedules doesn't get interrupted by delays that could have been foreseen given some research on the times it takes. Trust me, I've used it.

Now here, if i book a flight from Johannesburg to Japan the flight time is 17 hrs and 8 minutes given a cruise speed of approx 805 km/h. Where flying from Johannesburg to Sydney is only 14 hrs and 15 minutes with the same cruise speed.


Given the flat earth map yet again.

I have to admit it needs to look drastically different from this nonsense in the image above in order to work with these times. But hold on... There's one key problem here. Sydney is one time zone ahead than Japan so there is absolutely no way of shortening the distance.

Flat earth society. Please explain.

Flat Earth Debate / Angular momentum and weather patterns.
« on: January 05, 2014, 03:17:57 AM »
So this doesn't fit in with a flat earth... Less so the proposed model.

A simple example would be tropical cyclones.

In northern hemisphere they turn counter clockwise while in the southern hemisphere they rotate clockwise. The reason we have for this is due to angular momentum relative to the equator on a round planet that is spinning on it's own axis.

The ferociousness in circulation of these storms fundamentally get's predicted via the angle above or below the equator they form.

In fact, all weather patterns, cold front's, warm fronts and currents all fall under this rule of angular momentum with a global model. Most tornado's too.

FE's why doesn't these patterns randomly scatter across a flat earth?

Simple question really.

From Cape town, when I look south I can clearly see the Octans constellation almost in the centre of the "so called sky box's" axis point.

The problem is I can see the same constellation exactly south from sydney.


Clearly this does not make any sense with the current flat earth model...

FE's please explain this extraordinary phenomenon in the sky?

Technology, Science & Alt Science / The future of science?
« on: January 02, 2014, 01:58:13 AM »
I have a serious question regarding the innovation of modern day science and the way FE's perceive it today.

Why stuck on FET?

According to you all scientists are in some way liars. Why? Do you guys immediately debunk every single scientific discovery made in modern day physics? Even though the bunch of transistors in your pc dates back to a physicist.

Almost every single invention we take for granted today can be traced back to a physicist in one way or the other. Newton's law's of motion sparked the industrial revolution not to mention the calculus behind it. Quantum mechanics is responsible for that MRI device pin pointing a tumour in the human body. General relativity even though there's no practical use for today might one day help us manipulate gravity. This will be needed to ensure our survival far in the future.

When dealing with the actual fabric of nature I'm afraid to say it, there isn't any real answer from FET or modern day science as to why it even exists. What is existence and why is there something rather than nothing. Science can take us close but never before. And I dare anyone to say "God".

So far regarding FET I've witnessed a bunch of pseudoscience with no evidence what so ever not to mention 0 mathematical backing explaining the mechanics. But that's all I also see, constant drive to try and explain the mechanics of a made up system. Nowhere near as realistic as the motions we perceive everyday in actual physics. Actual physics is far beyond the scope of this and being stuck on the mechanics of earth. Today we are witnessing a whole range of fundamental particles at such a rate that it's getting annoying for physicists because it all needs to be structured in a thing known as the Standard Model.

Considering the rate of scientific discovery we need physicists, engineers and people willing to work on modern day problems. FET just seems like people holding back the progression of this. Don't you want your children to exceed in these and become helpers to society? Do/will you feed them FET pseudoscience?

The Lounge / Maxwell T-Shirt
« on: January 01, 2014, 02:13:16 PM »
I seriously want this T-shirt:

I'm atheist but damn this is funny shit.

The Lounge / New nonbeliever o_O
« on: December 29, 2013, 06:38:54 AM »
New to this site and thought why not register. I'm not here to diss a theory but am here for some debates and stuff. Didn't know this group existed until searching for old maps of the world.

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