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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: Radiowaves?
« on: January 30, 2010, 09:12:16 AM »
I assert that it doesn't affect any wavelengths at all. Prove me wrong.

I agree totally...being that "bendy-light" is equal to pro-vitaminB5...aka non-existant.
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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: Radiowaves?
« on: January 30, 2010, 01:13:00 AM »
no, New Zealand.
It doesn't really matter, 'landlines' don't use a system of relays. I'm sure we're supposed to be talking about cellphones (please clarify, Wob)

Sorry dude...my bad...but yes you're right, I guess cellphones are the issue.
But this would actually apply to any radio-waves or am I mistaken?
SW will travel less in length using the "bounce-method", MW will travel a bit further but LW will travel the furthest...of course directly on the basis of frequency. The longer the waves, the easier they bounce.
But maybe FE-supporters/believers have a different theory?

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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: Radiowaves?
« on: January 29, 2010, 04:47:02 PM »
Yes, to get between maybe continents then other technologies come in to play but if I call someone in the next city, no satellites or wireless technology is used. (I don't know, maybe our country is primitive but that's the extent of my knowledge)

If your country is prim. or not...I couldn't say since I don't know what country you live in, but never the less; between cities doesn't const. "land-lines". It is named "national long-distance" or "local".
And being that you might concider your home-country to be "the world" in general, I would guess you live in the US? (which by the way is not even a continent).  ;)
And even national phone-lines travel via air in some instances...at least in 2010.

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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: Radiowaves?
« on: January 29, 2010, 03:30:48 PM »
I assume you mean CELLphones? A normal land line uses wires the entire way.

Really???
As you nick indicates, you might have been 2fast4yourself here dude...or do you seriously believe that a land-line is present between ex.g. Europe and America???

Jus' wondering...

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Illumination of the Earth
« on: January 29, 2010, 03:25:16 PM »
Norway, west-coast...almost most westerly point. (62'5" latitude)  ;)

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 14, 2009, 01:20:09 AM »
Wings_RE you really think that media of Europe is more honest than media of Russia, or even USSR's media? You mentioned PRAVDA, it's same is New York Times at those times and so on. Media is always say what is paid for. So Russian media was even not paid for that, so it keeps silence, vice versa is Yours!

Dim...no, I don't think that media in general is more or less honest than media in Russia. If you have read my previous messages, I do believe that ANY media will publish what will best serve themselves, or what is generally acceptable propaganda. However this also applies for Russia and USSR.
What I am saying is that this WAS a rocket from Russia that went wrong. I do not see any viable explanation as to why this would be so hard to believe?
Russia is entering foreign souvereign air- and marine-space all the time. By the way...so is Norway.  ;)

But it is hard for me to accept bullshit from ignorant participants talking about blatant bull.

By the way...Norway is not so different than USSR.   ;)

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 14, 2009, 12:37:57 AM »
I prefer male genitalia.

ROFLMAO...so a brief re-cap, when no sence is forming in an underdog mind, write bullshit!

I guess the score now is Wings 1 - Parsec 0

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 14, 2009, 12:25:33 AM »
BS...if you rule out the cyrillic letters, western-world letters state Tsjernobyl.    ;)
By the way, speaking of languages, if we ever were to get visitors from outer space, how likely is it that they would speak american?
Or Hollywoodsk?
Besides...Florence is Firenze...just in case. Now U figure out what Naples would be.  :o

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 14, 2009, 12:15:08 AM »
It's Chernobyl.

Only in inglisj!   ;)

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 14, 2009, 12:12:00 AM »
...and one wonders why neighbours don't trust eachoter...

Give it a rest guys...there was NO aurora in the area that night, neither was there any green FE'rs from "the known surface of the earth-slab".

It was simply a missile/rocket that went bad.

As far as russian media goes...how many days did it take the media to publish the truth about Tsjernobyl?
I guess the rest of the world knew about it long before any russian NOT living in Tsjernobyl.   ;)
PRAVDA is exactly what it used to be.

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 10, 2009, 09:43:23 AM »
Well...now it's official.

http://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/artikkel.php?artid=596546
...Det mystiske lysfenomenet over Nord-Norge onsdag morgen skyldtes nok en mislykket rakettoppskytning fra det russiske militæret.
Den russiske forsvarsministeren innrømte torsdag at deres interkontinentale ballistiske rakett har mislyktes for åttende gang, skriver nyhetsbyrået AP.
Dermed har man funnet løsningen på onsdagens lysfenomen over Nord-Norge: Den mystiske kjempespiralen var en Bulava-rakett som ble skutt opp fra atomubåten «Dmitry Donskoi» i Kvitsjøen ved Arkhangelsk...



Translation;

The mysterious phenomena displaying across northern Norway wednesday morning was a result of yet another failed missile-launch performed by the Russian military. The russian defens-minister admitted thursday that their inter-continental balistic missile failed for the eight time, newsagency AP reported.
So that's the solution of the phenomena across northern Norway on wednesday: The gigantic spiral was a Bulava-missile that was launched from the "Dimitry Donskoi" nucleare sub, on location in the WhiteSea close to Arkhangels.

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Tom...wanna explain more about the Aurora Borealis type "not so abnormal" spiraling-effect?

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 10, 2009, 08:20:43 AM »
That is my belief...yes.

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 10, 2009, 06:34:11 AM »
Tom Bishop didn't explain anything...he just presented us with his type of mouth-diahrea...meaning GBS according to TB.

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 10, 2009, 04:56:53 AM »
Man, sorry for abuse. But you are kind of delusion of even yourself. You just believe in what TV says to you. They use thing they dont know or can't explain to their favor. Nowadays it was needed to say something about Russia. And I believe you count Russia as a cradle of Evil. Same as Arabic countries. And also you belive that 9/11 was made by "Terrorists". Am I right?
I dont waiting for the sincere answer from you. So just don't try - I always see when people use their brain or they are brainwashed. See ya.

Woah!!!  Aside from you demonstrating extremely prejudice, you got me totally wrong man.
I'm NOT pro-US, nor am I in any type of opposition to the SU or any other sovereign nation.
I only write what I truly believe after concidering facts as presented to me.

As far as 9/11 I'm not even going to grant you an answer, 'cause your sentence is totally idiotic.

Besides all this, all news-agent use any article to favour either their belief or the propaganda that they serve. However that does not exclude the fact that there MIGHT be some truth in what's written, stated or in other means portrayed.

Now crawl back into your "conspiracy-safe" hole, re-think and bring back some informative input...if your brain is capable of this.

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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 10, 2009, 03:57:35 AM »
http://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/artikkel.php?artid=596494

...Etter all sannsynlighet var det en mislykket oppskytning av en interkontinental rakett fra Kvitsjøen ved Arkhangelsk, som skapte lysfenomenet...
- Vi kan ikke bekrefte at det var en rakett. Men himmelfenomenet samsvarer med den forhåndsvarslede aktiviteten i det aktuelle området, sier John Espen Lien, seniortalsmann ved Forsvarets operative hovedkvarter i Bodø...


Translated; ...all probability states that it was an IC rocket fired from the WhiteLake in the Arkangels-area that created this phenomena...
- we can not confirm that this was a rocket, but the phenomena occured at the same time as pre-warned activity was to take place in the same area, says John Espen Lien, senior spokesman at the Defence HQ for operations in Bodø...


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The Lounge / Re: Some freaky stuff is goin' down in Norway
« on: December 10, 2009, 03:29:27 AM »
I've already told you what it is and what it is not. The fact that in the second image you can see that it's connected to the end of a regular ol' aurora is a big give away. Also the fact that Norway is in the upper Arctic Circle.

Demonstrating grand knowledge are we, mr. Bishop?

First of all; Norway is in the upper Arctic Circle? Is that a generally known fact in FE, or are you just ranting as usual?
The Arctic Circle runs perpendiculare from east to west about 3/5 towards the most northern tip of Norway.

Your second lud' statement is that on the second pic it's "connected to" the end of a regular ol' aurora, and this is a big give-away.
Let me explain something for you; contraire to yourself, I have witnessed several Aurora Borealis in my life, and whatever this is "connected to" it's NOT aurora. It's connected to a normal low-level Stratus-cloud with an upper layer of Cirrus, both glowing in the late evening sunset.

Third; you have told us what it is, and what it isn't.
Well, the fact is that is was the launch of a russian weather-probe that went bad.
It happens even in the great US.

What's more describable as "freaky stuff goin' down in Norway" is the fact that mr. Obama has turned our whole capitol freakin' up-side down with welding of sewage-lid's, securing an insane perimeter and setting up several SAM-sites for his "now concluded" 25 minutes visit.

But then again; that's Uncle SAM.

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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: Clear this up for me.
« on: December 09, 2009, 03:32:55 AM »
1: Now you're just going in circles. Answer the question.
2: Oh, that reminds me about heat. If the sun in your world is the source of heat, and it's a sphere, then sunlight wouldn't be any different than without it.
3: What of the other planets? Ones we are able to see with the right equipment?
4: Stupid question.
5: Yeah, because they totally hang out on the coast fishing for seals. You don't stay on the coast, it's simply too treacherous, especially in spring when the outer ice begins to melt. You either go on the tundra where the ice is safe, or you leave. There are plenty of bases out there, and plenty of footage, imagery, first-hand accounts, and common sense to say as much.

Bishop is ALWAYS running in circles...which leads me to state that Bishop IS a SPHERE.
Prove me wrong Bishop.
Like I have stated before; of all the "loonies" in here, Bishop is the only one NOT contributing to anything at all aside from flogging dead horses and referring only to what he or other peers have claimed is a fact.
Debating with Bishop is equally satisfying and possible as nailing jello to a wall.

Bishop is a Troll.
Prove me wrong Tom and CONTRIBUTE instead of yapping.

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The Lounge / Re: Check out What I'm eating for the next Three Days
« on: December 08, 2009, 04:22:51 PM »
Oh...but the Anteater WILL shit...bricks!
Hopefully you'll have some water with that, Anteat?

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Flat Earth General / Re: The Conspiracy; Let's Settle This
« on: December 08, 2009, 04:17:57 PM »
Hey moderators...where are you all now...mr. Bishop is starting to sound like a door-hinge gone dry.
I do believe he deserves a good spanki...er, sorry...a good warning.

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Flat Earth General / Re: The Conspiracy; Let's Settle This
« on: December 08, 2009, 12:03:37 PM »
What puzzles me the most in this RE- or FE-world is not if it truly is either flat or round, but Bishops inability to link any - ANY - proof NOT typed or halusinated either by himself or peers.
The only times "they" (small green persons from the FW aka flat world) link anything, the link is either some ole chewed-up rant about mr. Hickupbottom proving the earth was flat using a candle and a teaspoon of onion-juice (relax guys, it's only an example) or a link leading back to the lame-ass statements that has repeated themselves for quite some time now, that only proves that the only proof they have is that they say it's proof.

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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: FET Questions Still Unanswered
« on: November 30, 2009, 12:08:53 PM »

Q1: What exactly is your proof that the earth is flat if you cannot accept photographic/video evidence along with testimonies of EVERYONE?

Q2: I'm confused as to how Columbus sailed across the globe and never "fell off the earth". 

Q3: Why did the "ice wall" not prevent Columbus from making it from one side to the other.

Q4: Why would NASA save save/spends funds to create Photoshop in the 60's when the computers then couldn't run anything but a command prompt?

Q5: What countries provide the guards and is there a such thing as "ice wall jumpers" (like border jumpers)?  Is there a refugee status?

Q6: Ok, so if the earth was flat to begin with...6,000 yrs ago (or millions, whatever you believe), who created the ice walls?  God or aliens?

Q7: Since the ice wall is 150? tall, how do you guard against a plane flying through the ?air space??  ?Apache?s? cannot climb to altitudes of a commercial airliner and according to Orbitz/Expedia, I can fly around the world if I needed to; are there SAM sites for those instances?

Q8: What will happen to the ice wall on Dec 21, 2012?

Q9: How do the turtles and elephant survive underneath the earth?  Wouldn?t that then put them in space if the earth was flat?  Who feeds them?  Wouldn?t they starve to death or are they always producing?  But if they?re always producing then sometimes there?s more than 4 turtles and an elephant, is there plenty of room?  And I think turtles lay there eggs in sand?is there a Sahara under there too?  If so, what else is there, is it like the movie ?Lost World??


Good Q's all, and even though I'm a RE I'll try to answer what I can, and how I've understood that FE'rs "reason".

Q1;  They don't need proof! The only thing they're doing is stating an opinion and hope that people will try to contradict their theories.
Q2;  He obviously sailed somewhere between the Arctic and the icewall.
Q3;  He never saw any icewall, and if he did - he just sailed parallell to it, thus he was "guided" around the earth.
Q4;  They predicted the future.
Q5;  I have NO clue whatsoever.
Q6;  Same as Q5.
Q7;  Of course you can fly around the earth...somewhere "outside the Arctic" and "within the boundries of the icewall", following a circular pattern that will vary in length dependent upon how far from the Arctic you are located.
Q8;  Nothing.
Q9;  There is no "underside" of the earth. Whatever is underneath our feets is wasteland where nothing can exist.

And before any FE'rs claim that I, an RE'r, admit that RE'rs don't have any proof or that I have recognized the icewall...NO! I don't need proof. Proof is all around the net, world, and minds of self-thinking beings.

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Flat Earth General / Re: How do you explain Google Earth? Conspiracy again?
« on: November 30, 2009, 11:44:15 AM »
Quote
You obviously have never done any government contract work.
Yes, I have. And that's how it works.
Government Contractors are temp agencies for the government. They work on government property under government managers.

Of course mr. Bishop din not work for ANY agencies (aside from McD, BK, PH, Denny's or equiv).
Quite literate as he may be, he's still a zit-ridden high-school student. ;)

Proof? Read my signature.    :D

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Flat Earth General / Re: Is the earth really flat?
« on: November 30, 2009, 11:30:16 AM »
For further evidence waht about Australia? I was just thinking about this the other day. why don't people in Australia just go flying off the earth if it is so round?!
Gravity?
I always asked how gravity is and peopel would just say that it is! They couldnt show me the evidence for it. Maybe the earth is round. But just thinking about the Australia example I dont see any evidence of it.

Go outside, pick up a rock in your hand, stand up, raise your hand into the air and let go of the rock.
Did it accelerate upwards? Nope.
Did it levitate? Nope.
Did it fall down and hit the ground? Yes.

Now, why? Magic? Illusion? Maybe the rock is part of the conspiracy?

Besides...who told you the fairytale that your ass is sitting on the topside of the flat- or round earth?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Airlines
« on: November 24, 2009, 10:08:26 AM »
Please keep low-content posts out of Flat Earth Debate.


Agreed! However I think your'e wrong referring to this thread as a debate.   ;)

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Flat Earth General / Re: How many people really believe?
« on: November 21, 2009, 06:35:30 AM »
Tom; flogging a dead horse won't move you (or anyone else) nearer to enlightening us RE'rs.
The only thing you achieve is to further discredit yourself and aiding to ridacule your forum.
I mean, I like it here, discussing different themes as they arise, pondering ideas and thoughts back and forth. But the way you are debating (as to not answering valid questions) you just increase the stupidity-level here. You would get lots more cudos if you attempted to answer the questions or in case you are unable, say so. But instead you keep on flogging your deceased trotter.

Why? For giggles? Kicks? Whatever make you "tic"?

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Airlines
« on: November 20, 2009, 11:00:35 AM »
If you're going to suggest Australia doesn't exist, then I shall suggest you are trolling.


And that my friend, is a pretty danged exact suggestion!   ;)

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Flat Earth General / Re: How many people really believe?
« on: November 19, 2009, 11:57:06 AM »
This thread really craks me up. Thanks guys for making this another day of laughter.  ;)
Just goes to show you; ignorance by choice is hard to cure.    ;D

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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: If its flat, weres the edge?
« on: November 11, 2009, 03:01:34 PM »
Dear educatedgeologist.

This is the very core of FET; "FE'rs just state something, and it's up to RE'rs to prove them wrong".
Don't be fooled, they don't believe in this themselves, they just want people to PROVE them wrong, however that can be difficult.
As soon as positive proof is on the table, they dismiss it either by "read the FAQ" or "did you try that yourself and logged your findings" or "pictures and films are manipulated" or just plain "why? - present proof"!

So no matter how many ppl try to convince FE'rs about anything, their mission is to contradict and dismiss.
Easy actually...

So either you're here for the hell of it (or just the debate), or you just have to give up.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: Airlines
« on: October 30, 2009, 04:18:41 PM »
Well, for what it's worth Mallory ( I'm a licensed comm. pilot / flight instr. ) the jetstreams only applies to those who fly at high altitudes, and the winds most certainly do not get even close to 2000mph or kts for that matter.  ;)

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You know that's completely false, right?

Explain please.

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