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Flat Earth Debate / New, more accurate Round Earth map
« on: November 02, 2016, 02:37:03 AM »
Hi, came across this article regarding a new design for the Round Earth map before and thought that some might like to see the article and provide their thoughts!...

http://mentalfloss.com/article/88138/more-accurate-world-map-wins-prestigious-japanese-design-award

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: NASA IS SATAN!!!??1
« on: June 19, 2016, 12:51:28 AM »
OMG I JUST REALIZED NASA IZ SATAN!!!1
I MEAN JST LOOK AT THEIR LOGO!!1

ALSO, ANYONE WHO DSNT AGREE WITH ME AND POSTSS A RRPLY IS CLEARLY ALSO PART OF THE CONSPIRACY, OR A PAID SHILL BY NASA!!!!!!11..

I love that if you don't believe this guy you are apart of the Illuminati.
I also love that he can't spell too!! what a joke!!

It's a spoof dude. It's mocking the crap that FE spouts.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: FE believers let me change your life
« on: June 07, 2016, 03:35:51 PM »
Why is it that NASA has admitted that the blue marble you show is actually stitched together from flat images? Why would we except that as evidence. Any fool can stitch together the imagery from low flying planes available via Google into any shape he would want.

...except for you, who can't make a working map! (By the way, I think you meant "accept" not "except"  ;) )

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: THE DOME.
« on: May 17, 2016, 12:45:58 AM »
I don't give a fuck of you clowns, I'm on my way, when I'm done with my work you can read and talk, but your bullshit experiments and optical illusions don't deceive me.
I stay focused on something bigger.
you can play all your games with your stupid paradoxes and false physical and chemical laws, I'm done.

LOOKING FOR THE TRUTH HERE, not willing to listen to your bullshits!

you can go teach someone other. but I guess nobody asked and nobody wants. but you keep. guess why?

are you so generous toward us?

NO! YOU'RE WHAT YOU ARE, A BUNCH OF DECEIVERS. fuck you, sincerely.

If you "don't give a fuck" what people say, why post in Flat Earth Debate?

Do you know the definition of "Debate"?...

debate
dɪˈbeɪt/
noun
1.
argue about (a subject), especially in a formal manner.


While there's nothing formal about the ramblings on this forum, it's a forum for debate so if you don't want a debate then post elsewhere.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 11:39:01 PM »
I see that the end of that thread from last night got deleted. It's probably for the best. I hope that a ban was issued for the comments made by a certain demented person. At least now we can back to the actual topic at hand now, well mostly...

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 04:07:39 PM »
...aaaanyway, ignoring that sad case, here are some more pictures I took of the transit, adding to the mountains of evidence...




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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 03:46:05 PM »
Wtf is CP?

Wtf is that shit you posted?


That's a picture of the real world...a place that you clearly have no experience of.

It is proof that my story is factual and therefore that my pictures are genuine...which actually relates to the topic, unlike any of the drivel you post.

You, apparently, are a brainless troll with no life


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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 03:36:07 PM »
No-one normal writes shit like this:

My 4 year old daughter jumped on her trampoline while I used my home-made solar filter and my 5" reflector telescope and waited for the transit to start.

That's the kind of shit that abnormal people write when they're trying to sound like normal people.

Which is why you make my flesh crawl.

You all do.

Because you're all abnormal people trying to sound like normal people.

And I wish you'd just stop.

Just.

Stop.

Cos you're fooling no-one.

Ok you weird paranoid schizophrenic lunatic. Here is a picture from that very day.



Let me guess this is a "stock" or "fake" image?

You're seriously insane

Booom!     I was kinda waiting for that. led him right up the garden path. well done!

Nice telescope.

Man the Internet is full of proper bat shit crazy people. Never ceases to amaze me.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 03:27:04 PM »
You're seriously full of shit.

Stop posting your CP here.

Wtf is CP?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 03:16:03 PM »
No-one normal writes shit like this:

My 4 year old daughter jumped on her trampoline while I used my home-made solar filter and my 5" reflector telescope and waited for the transit to start.

That's the kind of shit that abnormal people write when they're trying to sound like normal people.

Which is why you make my flesh crawl.

You all do.

Because you're all abnormal people trying to sound like normal people.

And I wish you'd just stop.

Just.

Stop.

Cos you're fooling no-one.

Ok you weird paranoid schizophrenic lunatic. Here is a picture from that very day.



Let me guess this is a "stock" or "fake" image?

You're seriously insane

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 02:54:29 PM »
Just stop.

No. If you don't like what I have to say then you can disappear. None of what you post means a damn thing anyway. You're just some nutjob with a chip on his shoulder. My post was aimed at Jroa so I will await his response and ignore yours.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 02:46:53 PM »
My 4 year old daughter jumped on her trampoline while I used my home-made solar filter and my 5" reflector telescope and waited for the transit to start.

No.

Just no.

Do you have a problem with this?

Just stop.

Not unless you give me some reason that I should. Did I offend you in some way by the fact that I have a daughter?...

You offended me by being a mental-case talking mental-speak & making my flesh crawl in so doing.

Is that a good enough reason?


No,

What about what I said was "mental"?

And what made your "flesh crawl"?

The fact that you found a fairly mundane story "mental" suggests that you no doubt have some psychological instability yourself. Should I alert the authorities?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 02:28:26 PM »
My 4 year old daughter jumped on her trampoline while I used my home-made solar filter and my 5" reflector telescope and waited for the transit to start.

No.

Just no.

Do you have a problem with this?

Just stop.

Not unless you give me some reason that I should. Did I offend you in some way by the fact that I have a daughter?...

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 02:06:28 PM »
My 4 year old daughter jumped on her trampoline while I used my home-made solar filter and my 5" reflector telescope and waited for the transit to start.

No.

Just no.

Do you have a problem with this?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 16, 2016, 12:58:37 PM »
It appears the picture I posted is the best I got from both cameras, so I have no more pictures worth showing.  Since it is obvious everyone was able to see the same thing, it does bring up the question of how the same view (Mercury and a very distinct sunspot placement) is visible from multiple directions if the sun is only 3,000 miles above a flat surface.

I think that you mean that you picked the best stock picks that your shill data had, but got creamed anyway.  Then, you say that something is obvious to everyone and everyone saw the same thing, yet you and one other shill is attempting to have claimed to have seen it.  You have got to be the lowest paid shill here.

Jroa, are you just having fun or are you genuinely denying that this event took place?

Whether you believe it is a planet or not, are you emphatically refusing to believe that a circular object passed over the disc of the sun at a predetermined time?

I know you love joking about "shills" and all that nonsense but let's be realistic now, you know that none of us are genuinely paid by anyone to be here. I reckon they'd pick better people and do a better job than we do.

I moved my shift later to observe as much as I could of the transit. My 4 year old daughter jumped on her trampoline while I used my home-made solar filter and my 5" reflector telescope and waited for the transit to start.

Exactly on cue, I saw the tiny black circle appear at the edge of the disc. I have a cradle which holds my phone over my eyepiece and I took pictures on my phone with a black cloth draped over to stop exterior light from glaring out my images. It's all pretty low-tech but lucky it doesn't need to cost a lot to do this kind of thing! I took hundreds of images but deleted loads that weren't as clear. I watched about half the transit before I had to go to work.

You'll no doubt ridicule this/ tell me I'm lying/ tell me how you don't need my life story, but I just wanted to explain how normal and unshill-like my life is to put to rest this nonsense of us being paid to lie!

It really happened, yes, not everybody saw it but a great many people did. You could have if you could have been bothered.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Debunking FET Sunset is Optical illusion
« on: May 15, 2016, 12:43:25 PM »


Here's a great example of the sun setting below the horizon and not shrinking at all as it does so. It couldn't be more obvious that this is a sun being obstructed by the Earth and not simply moving away.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 12, 2016, 05:16:07 PM »
Why not try to find the truth instead of looking for my errors?

That's what I do by spending hours gazing through my eyepieces at the stars and planets.

So far everything fits perfectly into heliocentric solar system and earth so I would have absolutely no reason to doubt it.

Even if I had never had mainstream education, never had contact with the outside world and taught myself every little thing I knew, I'm certain I would still have the same opinions because from my observations, things are the way we are taught them to be! To question that is a fun game, to play devil's advocate, but in my mind could never hold any serious ground.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 12, 2016, 04:21:08 PM »
Wow, every sock puppet must post... and then I admitted I made a mistake...  and now they are flocking here.

Thanks for the admission of your error by the way. It was like bleeding a stone but you got there.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 12, 2016, 04:14:43 PM »
Wow I haven't encountered this Papa Legba character before, but from an outside perspective he sounds like exactly what he is accusing everyone else of being... A crazy cult member!

I mean, how far detached from reality can one person be before they become a danger and need to be sectioned?...

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 11, 2016, 10:42:51 AM »
You people are a little pathetic.

...says the man who doesn't have the guts to admit that he was wrong...

Wrong about your shill maneuver not working?  I don't think I was wrong about that.


You were, but more pathetic was your failed attempt at using your mathematical *cough* knowledge to try and argue errors in the timings of my images only to be shot down by people who actually understood the basic concept of perspective.

You really got egg on your face this time Jroa.

Better to have egg on one's face than scabs on one's knees from sucking up to the shill handlers.

Hahaha! Man I wish I got paid for wasting my time here! Instead i battle away just like a teacher of an unruly class to try and educate the simpletons here present.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 11, 2016, 10:33:48 AM »
You people are a little pathetic.

...says the man who doesn't have the guts to admit that he was wrong...

Wrong about your shill maneuver not working?  I don't think I was wrong about that.


You were, but more pathetic was your failed attempt at using your mathematical *cough* knowledge to try and argue errors in the timings of my images only to be shot down by people who actually understood the basic concept of perspective.

You really got egg on your face this time Jroa.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 11, 2016, 10:28:28 AM »
You people are a little pathetic.

...says the man who doesn't have the guts to admit that he was wrong...

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 10, 2016, 06:57:16 AM »
Looks to me that weeks have passed between the two images.  I suppose you are going to claim that you took both pictures this morning?  ::)

Well yes actually along with about 20 others. Would you like all 20 of them? What makes you think that weeks have passed between images?...

The little dot is very close to the edge of the sun in one photo and very far from the edge in the other.  Do I need to do the math in order to tell you how many tenths of a degree Mercury moves in relation to the sun per day, or are you going to just admit that you did not take both pictures at the same time?


What are you talking about?! Mercury transits the sun in about 5hours.
I watched most of it. Here is an image from about an hour later...



Notice how the same sunspot is present...which wouldn't be if these were taken on different days. Check the exif data if you don't believe me...

Is that another stock image that you are trying to present as an actual experiment?  Will NASA ever run out of computer generated images for you people to use in order to try to prove the shape of the Earth?  Will you people ever stop saying that you can determine the shape of the Earth by looking at the sky?

How genuinely fucking stupid are you? Have you ever witnessed a transit yourself? Because I did, I watched the Venus transit, and I am 100% sure that what I was looking through my binoculars was not fucking CGI. Millions of people have witnessed these transits, and you can't really convince them they're looking at CGI either. So, since you're so convinced they're fake, why don't you fucking try to observe one next time? Go to an observatory, or buy yourself a small telescope or binoculars with a solar filter, and observe one! Or show everyone that they're fake, if you're so convinced they are! The next Mercury transit is in 3 years I think, do everyone a favor, observe it yourself and then shut up!

I'm sorry for the rant and the language, but really, willful ignorance just pisses me off!

I set this challenge back in February in my post where I asked how the transits of Mercury and Venus are explained in FET. Seems nobody took me up on it...or they did, realised how incredibly idiotic they were being and crawled back under their rocks...

I'm going to be viewing and photographing Mercury's transit in May. I challenge any FEers to do so also and recognise exactly what you are seeing!

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 10, 2016, 02:28:44 AM »
Did I hurt your feelings just because I was not impressed with your photo?  I did not know your ambition was so fragile.  Next time you take a photo, I will be impressed, I promise.

No, you didn't hurt my feelings. At most I am mildly p****d off.

It's just ridiculous the way you disbelieve something, someone provides direct irrefutable evidence, you make a moronic, incoherent mistake and then spend the rest of the thread trolling and ignoring your mistake. You are a ridiculous person.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 09, 2016, 04:46:26 PM »
Frankly I find it downright insulting that Jroa insults my hard work by dismissing it as fake.

I challenge you Jroa to try Astrophotography. Maybe you'll learn a thing or 2

I did not flat out say it was a fake.  I said it looked like a stock image; probably one that NASA has in a database that is accessible to all of their shills.  Don't be mad just because I don't think you are special or original.

I don't claim to be special or original but I did spend time taking these images and have been looking forward to this event. Just because you have no ambition Jroa doesn't give you a license to discredit the ambition of others.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 09, 2016, 04:33:18 PM »
Frankly I find it downright insulting that Jroa insults my hard work by dismissing it as fake.

I challenge you Jroa to try Astrophotography. Maybe you'll learn a thing or 2

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 09, 2016, 03:59:17 PM »
Still waiting for the math, jroa.

I suspect it will be a long wait, though. Still think it will take weeks for Mercury to traverse a small fraction of the Sun's apparent diameter, or are you hoping we'll forget you claimed it would?


I am sorry.  I did not realize that you lost your calculator.  Perhaps we could have a fundraiser and we can all pitch in to buy you a new one?

It was you who offered to do the math Jroa...are you retracting your offer?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 09, 2016, 02:33:03 PM »
Looks to me that weeks have passed between the two images.  I suppose you are going to claim that you took both pictures this morning?  ::)

Well yes actually along with about 20 others. Would you like all 20 of them? What makes you think that weeks have passed between images?...

The little dot is very close to the edge of the sun in one photo and very far from the edge in the other.  Do I need to do the math in order to tell you how many tenths of a degree Mercury moves in relation to the sun per day, or are you going to just admit that you did not take both pictures at the same time?


What are you talking about?! Mercury transits the sun in about 5hours.
I watched most of it. Here is an image from about an hour later...



Notice how the same sunspot is present...which wouldn't be if these were taken on different days. Check the exif data if you don't believe me...

Is that another stock image that you are trying to present as an actual experiment?  Will NASA ever run out of computer generated images for you people to use in order to try to prove the shape of the Earth?  Will you people ever stop saying that you can determine the shape of the Earth by looking at the sky?

I'm very flattered that consider my image NASA quality! Thank you!

It's actually far from NASA quality.

It was taken with a 5" Newtonian reflector/25mm eyepiece/iPhone 5S in an adapter cradle.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 09, 2016, 02:30:25 PM »
What makes you think that weeks have passed between images?...
The little dot is very close to the edge of the sun in one photo and very far from the edge in the other.  Do I need to do the math in order to tell you how many tenths of a degree Mercury moves in relation to the sun per day

Yes, please do! I'd like to see your calculations.

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or are you going to just admit that you did not take both pictures at the same time?

I'm sure richaddis would like to see the your details of your math first. I know I would.

I think Jroa has forgotten about perspective.

He is assuming that the transit is Mercury making half of its orbit around the sun...

Or he is just being his usual trolling self.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Transit of Mercury
« on: May 09, 2016, 01:55:43 PM »
Looks to me that weeks have passed between the two images.  I suppose you are going to claim that you took both pictures this morning?  ::)

Well yes actually along with about 20 others. Would you like all 20 of them? What makes you think that weeks have passed between images?...

The little dot is very close to the edge of the sun in one photo and very far from the edge in the other.  Do I need to do the math in order to tell you how many tenths of a degree Mercury moves in relation to the sun per day, or are you going to just admit that you did not take both pictures at the same time?


What are you talking about?! Mercury transits the sun in about 5hours.
I watched most of it. Here is an image from about an hour later...



Notice how the same sunspot is present...which wouldn't be if these were taken on different days. Check the exif data if you don't believe me...

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