moon light

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #60 on: March 21, 2007, 06:49:48 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.
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SNB

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Re: moon light
« Reply #61 on: March 21, 2007, 06:56:13 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #62 on: March 21, 2007, 11:34:27 PM »
If you climb the top of the quote pyramid, you can see all the trolls.
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Re: moon light
« Reply #63 on: March 22, 2007, 06:16:24 AM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #64 on: March 22, 2007, 01:52:12 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
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Re: moon light
« Reply #65 on: March 22, 2007, 03:46:24 PM »
Impressive quote pyramid.

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Miss M.

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Re: moon light
« Reply #66 on: March 22, 2007, 03:51:52 PM »
If you climb the top of the quote pyramid, you can see all the trolls.

Heh. They seem like pretty reasonable inquisitive people to me.
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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #67 on: March 22, 2007, 04:41:12 PM »
If you climb the top of the quote pyramid, you can see all the trolls.
In case you haven't noticed you're right at the top m'dear.
i point and laugh at you

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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #68 on: March 22, 2007, 04:42:37 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?
i point and laugh at you

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #69 on: March 22, 2007, 04:47:02 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #70 on: March 22, 2007, 04:49:52 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?
i point and laugh at you

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #71 on: March 22, 2007, 04:52:37 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #72 on: March 22, 2007, 05:08:12 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.
i point and laugh at you

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #73 on: March 22, 2007, 05:10:46 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #74 on: March 22, 2007, 05:12:09 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?
i point and laugh at you

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #75 on: March 22, 2007, 05:14:27 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
They say death and taxes are the only two absolutes. Actually, they're only half right.


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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #76 on: March 22, 2007, 05:34:09 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
How do you know they aren't fakes? There's a lot of people out there making up stuff that sounds believable. (not like this is)
i point and laugh at you

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #77 on: March 22, 2007, 05:38:23 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
How do you know they aren't fakes? There's a lot of people out there making up stuff that sounds believable. (not like this is)

I suppose it's possible for ALL of them to be feeding us false information. But why would they do it? Unlike people who live here, they have no incentive to lie.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #78 on: March 22, 2007, 05:41:31 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
How do you know they aren't fakes? There's a lot of people out there making up stuff that sounds believable. (not like this is)

I suppose it's possible for ALL of them to be feeding us false information. But why would they do it? Unlike people who live here, they have no incentive to lie.
You could say the same thing about the government. Why should every government try to cover up the fact that the world is flat? What would they have to gain? It would be a huge drain on resources, so why bother in the first place? Also, where would they even get the notion that the world is round? If the Earth was truly flat we wouldn't even have the concept of a round world, it wouldn't make sense.
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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #79 on: March 22, 2007, 05:43:25 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
How do you know they aren't fakes? There's a lot of people out there making up stuff that sounds believable. (not like this is)

I suppose it's possible for ALL of them to be feeding us false information. But why would they do it? Unlike people who live here, they have no incentive to lie.
You could say the same thing about the government. Why should every government try to cover up the fact that the world is flat? What would they have to gain? It would be a huge drain on resources, so why bother in the first place? Also, where would they even get the notion that the world is round? If the Earth was truly flat we wouldn't even have the concept of a round world, it wouldn't make sense.

I already explained that on other threads. The governments of the world have two incentives in maintaining the lie:
1. To maintain peace between itself and neighbouring lands. Prevent invasion.
2. To gain billions of dollars from trading technologies with other lands, in secret.
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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #80 on: March 22, 2007, 05:46:13 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
How do you know they aren't fakes? There's a lot of people out there making up stuff that sounds believable. (not like this is)

I suppose it's possible for ALL of them to be feeding us false information. But why would they do it? Unlike people who live here, they have no incentive to lie.
You could say the same thing about the government. Why should every government try to cover up the fact that the world is flat? What would they have to gain? It would be a huge drain on resources, so why bother in the first place? Also, where would they even get the notion that the world is round? If the Earth was truly flat we wouldn't even have the concept of a round world, it wouldn't make sense.

I already explained that on other threads. The governments of the world have two incentives in maintaining the lie:
1. To maintain peace between itself and neighbouring lands. Prevent invasion.
2. To gain billions of dollars from trading technologies with other lands, in secret.
I haven't been here that long, and since I have a life I don't visit all the threads.
1) How would lying about the shape of the Earth keep peace?
2) I don't think trade would make up for the obscene amount of money spent on fake information each government would have to make up.
i point and laugh at you

Re: moon light
« Reply #81 on: March 22, 2007, 05:47:42 PM »
Katmarie why are you arguing with Frenchy about FE when he doesn't believe in FE theory?  He makes up answers for everthing you throw at him thus making it a never ending debate.

 Could this be the most pointless argument ever seen?

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #82 on: March 22, 2007, 05:49:03 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
How do you know they aren't fakes? There's a lot of people out there making up stuff that sounds believable. (not like this is)

I suppose it's possible for ALL of them to be feeding us false information. But why would they do it? Unlike people who live here, they have no incentive to lie.
You could say the same thing about the government. Why should every government try to cover up the fact that the world is flat? What would they have to gain? It would be a huge drain on resources, so why bother in the first place? Also, where would they even get the notion that the world is round? If the Earth was truly flat we wouldn't even have the concept of a round world, it wouldn't make sense.

I already explained that on other threads. The governments of the world have two incentives in maintaining the lie:
1. To maintain peace between itself and neighbouring lands. Prevent invasion.
2. To gain billions of dollars from trading technologies with other lands, in secret.
I haven't been here that long, and since I have a life I don't visit all the threads.
1) How would lying about the shape of the Earth keep peace?
2) I don't think trade would make up for the obscene amount of money spent on fake information each government would have to make up.

1. Because it prevents people from emigrating, and thus causing interplanar disputes.
2. It does, otherwise they wouldn't be doing it. But they also get the added benefit of not being crushed to cinders. The first people who would be killed in a takeover of this local area would be the governments of the world.
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katmarie

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Re: moon light
« Reply #83 on: March 22, 2007, 05:49:51 PM »
Katmarie why are you arguing with Frenchy about FE when he doesn't believe in FE theory?  He makes up answers for everthing you throw at him thus making it a never ending debate.

 Could this be the most pointless argument ever seen?
Oh, righteo. Well then I think I shall try to do my best to make him contradict himself. *shrug* I don't like to lose silly arguements. Also, I want to see how high we can build our pyramid.  ::)
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Re: moon light
« Reply #84 on: March 22, 2007, 05:50:30 PM »
I agree, don't stop now. For the sake of the pyramid!

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Franc T., Planar

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Re: moon light
« Reply #85 on: March 22, 2007, 05:50:55 PM »
Don't listen to the trolls. They don't really believe in their RE nonsense so they project their lies on FEers.
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katmarie

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  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #86 on: March 22, 2007, 05:53:35 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
How do you know they aren't fakes? There's a lot of people out there making up stuff that sounds believable. (not like this is)

I suppose it's possible for ALL of them to be feeding us false information. But why would they do it? Unlike people who live here, they have no incentive to lie.
You could say the same thing about the government. Why should every government try to cover up the fact that the world is flat? What would they have to gain? It would be a huge drain on resources, so why bother in the first place? Also, where would they even get the notion that the world is round? If the Earth was truly flat we wouldn't even have the concept of a round world, it wouldn't make sense.

I already explained that on other threads. The governments of the world have two incentives in maintaining the lie:
1. To maintain peace between itself and neighbouring lands. Prevent invasion.
2. To gain billions of dollars from trading technologies with other lands, in secret.
I haven't been here that long, and since I have a life I don't visit all the threads.
1) How would lying about the shape of the Earth keep peace?
2) I don't think trade would make up for the obscene amount of money spent on fake information each government would have to make up.

1. Because it prevents people from emigrating, and thus causing interplanar disputes.
2. It does, otherwise they wouldn't be doing it. But they also get the added benefit of not being crushed to cinders. The first people who would be killed in a takeover of this local area would be the governments of the world.
1) Nothing can stop people from emigrating. It happens, it's a fact of life.
2) They obviously aren't because if every country was getting a lot of money to cover expenses then why are most countries poor? And where the hell does all the money come from anyways? And those last two sentences made no sense whatsoever.
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katmarie

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  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #87 on: March 22, 2007, 05:54:35 PM »
Don't listen to the trolls. They don't really believe in their RE nonsense so they project their lies on FEers.
:o....I'm sorry, I fail to see the logic in that.
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katmarie

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  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #88 on: March 22, 2007, 05:55:24 PM »
I agree, don't stop now. For the sake of the pyramid!
At this rate, by tomorrow it'll be higher than the great pyramids.
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Franc T., Planar

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  • Leader of the Planar Army, Republic of Canada
Re: moon light
« Reply #89 on: March 22, 2007, 06:04:00 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?

Because frmo a high altitude you can see all those suns.

Whoah whoah whoah.  High altitute where?  In our "local area"?  Where we are the only ones who can't see more than one sun?

We do see more than one sun- just one at a time. But if you go high enough, you can see the Earth Pockets and you may see other suns.
And you've seen this have you?/People have seen this?

Technically, only people who have gone in orbit. But many people have observed the Earth Pockets and seen suns rise from them, yes. Those who were too close to the edge of an Earth Pocket have the first degree burns to prove it.
So, astronaughts and scientists. Aren't they in on the conspiracy?

Some of them are, yes. Most are just too deluded or brainwashed to claim anything BUT the orthodoxy.

Just to give an example of this, theologian William Lane Craig (one of the most well-known of our time) has publically stated that even if he came back in time and saw that Jesus never came out of the tomb, he would still believe in the divinity of Jesus.

True Believers are so brainwashed that no amount of empirical evidence can change their minds.
That's not exactly a good example. For Craig it was a matter of spiritual life or death, and he didn't want to take the chance. Whereas astronaughts and scientists really have nothing to gain or lose from lying.

Their faith, their jobs, their reputations, their lives. Just like Craig.
Ok since they keep their mouths shut about all this, how can you prove anything?

I get my information from exterior sources.
How do you know they aren't fakes? There's a lot of people out there making up stuff that sounds believable. (not like this is)

I suppose it's possible for ALL of them to be feeding us false information. But why would they do it? Unlike people who live here, they have no incentive to lie.
You could say the same thing about the government. Why should every government try to cover up the fact that the world is flat? What would they have to gain? It would be a huge drain on resources, so why bother in the first place? Also, where would they even get the notion that the world is round? If the Earth was truly flat we wouldn't even have the concept of a round world, it wouldn't make sense.

I already explained that on other threads. The governments of the world have two incentives in maintaining the lie:
1. To maintain peace between itself and neighbouring lands. Prevent invasion.
2. To gain billions of dollars from trading technologies with other lands, in secret.
I haven't been here that long, and since I have a life I don't visit all the threads.
1) How would lying about the shape of the Earth keep peace?
2) I don't think trade would make up for the obscene amount of money spent on fake information each government would have to make up.

1. Because it prevents people from emigrating, and thus causing interplanar disputes.
2. It does, otherwise they wouldn't be doing it. But they also get the added benefit of not being crushed to cinders. The first people who would be killed in a takeover of this local area would be the governments of the world.
1) Nothing can stop people from emigrating. It happens, it's a fact of life.
2) They obviously aren't because if every country was getting a lot of money to cover expenses then why are most countries poor? And where the hell does all the money come from anyways? And those last two sentences made no sense whatsoever.

1. Not if they don't believe there is any place to GO TO.
2. I don't think "every country" is financed by the FE conspiracy. For one thing, right now the RE belief system is already firmly implanted in many parts of the local area. And who cares if some dopes in Africa don't believe the Earth is round? It's not like they have the money to go to the Ice Wall.

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They say death and taxes are the only two absolutes. Actually, they're only half right.