seasons??

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seasons??
« on: June 21, 2006, 07:56:45 AM »
for all you FEs out their how to explain changes in the stars with each season. different constilations are visable during each season and how woul this work in a flat earth.

i would also like to bring up changes in the plantes. if you did some astronomy of your own you would notice that the planets moveing back and forth each night. this is caused when we pass them in orbit


how in a flat earth do seasons work. during the summer the days get longer and winter they are shorter because of the earths tilt.

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Re: seasons??
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2006, 11:09:08 AM »
Quote from: "crunchybear"

how in a flat earth do seasons work. during the summer the days get longer and winter they are shorter because of the earths tilt.


Here's how I believe it works. The FE'er concensus is that the Sun rotates around the equator, which is part of my theory. However, I believe that the Sun's rotation takes the form of a sine wave - sometimes it's slightly closer to the Earth and sometimes it's further away. When one part of the world (Australia for example) experiences summer, it's because the Sun's sine shaped orbit is such that it always closer to the Earth during Australian daytime during the summer months. At the same time, when it is over the other side of the world, it is higher in the sky, so it's colder. Gradually, the wave phase shifts so that Australia experiences cold weather and England, for example, experiences hot weather. After one year, the Sun's rotation is back in sinc with the way it was previously, starting the cycle all over again.
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Re: seasons??
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2006, 12:06:07 PM »
Quote from: "crunchybear"

i would also like to bring up changes in the plantes. if you did some astronomy of your own you would notice that the planets moveing back and forth each night. this is caused when we pass them in orbit

I didn't realize we passed the orbit of each planet every night.  So we make the trip around the sun every 24 hrs?


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seasons??
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2006, 01:50:25 PM »
if you would care to read my other post, these can be easily explained with the theory of the S-9 atom:

the atom is neither sphericle, flat, or triangular.. it is in fact made up of mostly... empty space..
now.. what if, the govornment could manipulate these atoms into certain bonds, such as the "o-zone" layer, if all of these atoms, instead of carrying empty space, were in fact filled with the govornment-made holo-genetic, synthetic material, whats to say all that we see at night, is in fact a hologram?

explaining, different constellations would be explained, as for the seasons: climate control inside a dome (as explained somewhere else) is in fact relatively easy, like having an indoor snow room
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seasons??
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2006, 06:11:50 PM »
but an atom is in fact spherical, as its shape is defined by quantum motion of the electron, but it is mostly empty space
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Re: seasons??
« Reply #5 on: June 21, 2006, 06:18:43 PM »
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Re: seasons??
« Reply #6 on: June 22, 2006, 04:52:41 AM »
Quote from: "Dogplatter"
Quote from: "crunchybear"

how in a flat earth do seasons work. during the summer the days get longer and winter they are shorter because of the earths tilt.


Here's how I believe it works. The FE'er concensus is that the Sun rotates around the equator, which is part of my theory. However, I believe that the Sun's rotation takes the form of a sine wave - sometimes it's slightly closer to the Earth and sometimes it's further away. When one part of the world (Australia for example) experiences summer, it's because the Sun's sine shaped orbit is such that it always closer to the Earth during Australian daytime during the summer months. At the same time, when it is over the other side of the world, it is higher in the sky, so it's colder. Gradually, the wave phase shifts so that Australia experiences cold weather and England, for example, experiences hot weather. After one year, the Sun's rotation is back in sinc with the way it was previously, starting the cycle all over again.


That theory won't work, DP, the sun can be seen shifting side to side as the seasons change, not in altitude. During the summer in the northern hemishere... er... the inner part of the disk... (LOL) the sun would be closer to the arctic, and during summer in the southern hemisphere the sun would be closer to the 'great ice wall'. Of course, that's all batguano insane in that nothing is holding the sun in place... but hey! If you want to believe crazy theories, go ahead... just try to make them at least SOUND plausible.