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Talk about a loaded survey!

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You think the moon landings was faked? Then why can I bounce a laser off of a mirror that humans placed upon the moon and get a result back?
Can you? I mean you, personally can do it? Please confirm your experiment with evidentical proof.


The moon landing ...
Do you really believe that with this vehicle, made of cardboard, tin foil and duct tape, they actually landed on the moon, later they took off from it? And that they could go through the Van Allen belt's radiation? Today, they claim that they have to work on a solution to get through the belt's radiation without killing the crew and damaging the instruments. That is why they can't go back to moon.

Just because the Moon landings were faked doesn't mean the Earth is flat.

I'm not sure why these two separate issues constantly get equated, there are hundreds more examples of the US government lying through its teeth. It goes without saying.

If the flat Earth is to be taken seriously it needs to be proven conclusively. Relying on the 'Bedford Level Experiment' some sh*tty experiment 100 years ago over and over again just won't cut.

Besides everyone knows the Earth is shaped like the back of Patrick Stewart's head...

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: The live video feed on the ISS
« on: August 10, 2016, 12:37:42 PM »
its cgi, which was made before and projected on the sky to fool us. high capacity servers are generating the cgi from live meteorological observations from ground stations to make it more realistic.

Wouldn't it be much easier to actually do it for real?

No, that would make too much sense...

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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: How old is the flat earth?
« on: December 08, 2015, 11:50:03 PM »
The world is approximately 6000 years old.

Bollocks!

Your both wrong. teh Earth is two thousand and fifteen years old.

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Flat Earth General / Re: What is the reason you are a Flat Earther
« on: December 08, 2015, 11:46:54 PM »
The fact that most RE'ers are an embarrassment to the species is reason enough.

Actually, you got this all backwards.

FLAT EARTHERS ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT TO THE SPECIES - ALL OF THEM.



If you look closely, that picture really shows no curvature of the earth.  Could've been taken at an angle--like in the old Batman TV show.

How would FE's be an embarrassment?  What if they're right?  If you're confident and secure in what you believe, you wouldn't feel threatened or feel the need to ridicule if someone else thinks differently.  Understanding how the other person thinks would be helpful too.

You're wrong, I just checked the file in an image editor against a straight line and it does in fact show a curve. I could have just got a ruler out against the screen but...ah whatever....

Also, why does the moon appear to be so far away in this pic?

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Flat Earth General / Re: Why we don't feel Earth's movement.
« on: December 08, 2015, 11:45:42 PM »
I've seen several videos of people saying: "If Earth was really round, we would feel the spinning force".
I am simply amazed at the size of ignorance and stupidity coming from people using this argument as a "proof" that Earth is flat.

Let me explain why we can't feel anything from the Earth's spin.
Most people will say that: "We do not feel any of this motion because these speeds are constant". That's not the correct explanation. While the value of speed at any moment is constant, the direction of the movement is changing with every moment. Example: if you're driving a car on a circular track at a constant speed, you WILL be feeling the effects of centrifugal force, because the direction you're going in is changing at every moment.

Going by the same logic, if the Earth is spinning at a constant speed, we should be feeling a force caused by this movement. And we actually do!
The reason why we don't feel it, is because the force is so small, it's impossible to detect by a human body.

Let's take a look at the "extreme case" when someone lives on the Equator. The Earth spins at the Equator at approximately 1675 km/h, which is about 465,3 m/s. Earth's radius is 6.38*10^6 m. The value of centrifugal force depends on our mass, so let's say an average human weighs 75 kg. The centrifugal force can be calculated using a simplified equation: F = (m*v*v)/r.
F = (75*465,3*465,3)/(6,38*10^6) = 2,55 N.
How does it compare to the force of gravity that affects that person?
Fg = 9,81 * 75 = 735,75 N.

We can see that the centrifugal force at the Equator is 288 times weaker than the force of gravity. This is why we can't feel it.
If the Earth was spinning 10 times faster, the centrifugal force would be only 2,88 times weaker than the force of gravity. If that was true, we could "feel" that we weight less on the Equator than we weight near the poles.

We don't feel the Earth's movement because it isn't moving. Gravity isn't real. You're chasing your tail around.

Are you now claiming that the Earth is stationary and does not move?  You roundies change your theories so often that it is hard to keep up.

I was being facetious.

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Flat Earth General / Re: Why we don't feel Earth's movement.
« on: November 14, 2015, 05:15:36 AM »
I've seen several videos of people saying: "If Earth was really round, we would feel the spinning force".
I am simply amazed at the size of ignorance and stupidity coming from people using this argument as a "proof" that Earth is flat.

Let me explain why we can't feel anything from the Earth's spin.
Most people will say that: "We do not feel any of this motion because these speeds are constant". That's not the correct explanation. While the value of speed at any moment is constant, the direction of the movement is changing with every moment. Example: if you're driving a car on a circular track at a constant speed, you WILL be feeling the effects of centrifugal force, because the direction you're going in is changing at every moment.

Going by the same logic, if the Earth is spinning at a constant speed, we should be feeling a force caused by this movement. And we actually do!
The reason why we don't feel it, is because the force is so small, it's impossible to detect by a human body.

Let's take a look at the "extreme case" when someone lives on the Equator. The Earth spins at the Equator at approximately 1675 km/h, which is about 465,3 m/s. Earth's radius is 6.38*10^6 m. The value of centrifugal force depends on our mass, so let's say an average human weighs 75 kg. The centrifugal force can be calculated using a simplified equation: F = (m*v*v)/r.
F = (75*465,3*465,3)/(6,38*10^6) = 2,55 N.
How does it compare to the force of gravity that affects that person?
Fg = 9,81 * 75 = 735,75 N.

We can see that the centrifugal force at the Equator is 288 times weaker than the force of gravity. This is why we can't feel it.
If the Earth was spinning 10 times faster, the centrifugal force would be only 2,88 times weaker than the force of gravity. If that was true, we could "feel" that we weight less on the Equator than we weight near the poles.

We don't feel the Earth's movement because it isn't moving. Gravity isn't real. You're chasing your tail around.

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Flat Earth General / Re: What is a Shill?
« on: November 14, 2015, 05:14:09 AM »
You are all shills. Round Earth, Flat Earth pffft. Everyone knows the Earth is really a hologram projected by the Moon.

Case closed.

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Flat Earth General / Re: What is the reason you are a Flat Earther
« on: October 22, 2015, 02:17:38 PM »
The fact that most RE'ers are an embarrassment to the species is reason enough.

Actually, you got this all backwards.

FLAT EARTHERS ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT TO THE SPECIES - ALL OF THEM.



If you look closely, that picture really shows no curvature of the earth.  Could've been taken at an angle--like in the old Batman TV show.

How would FE's be an embarrassment?  What if they're right?  If you're confident and secure in what you believe, you wouldn't feel threatened or feel the need to ridicule if someone else thinks differently.  Understanding how the other person thinks would be helpful too.

You're wrong, I just checked the file in an image editor against a straight line and it does in fact show a curve. I could have just got a ruler out against the screen but...ah whatever....

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