The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #480 on: August 06, 2010, 03:52:21 PM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?
My goodness...please tell me when you're actually going to attempt reading other people's posts.
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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #481 on: August 06, 2010, 04:05:41 PM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?
My goodness...please tell me when you're actually going to attempt reading other people's posts.
You beg a question.

I have to note that you again fail to answer questions. Oh well, I guess that's just your way of giving up with what little grace you have left.
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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #482 on: August 06, 2010, 04:07:48 PM »
Ok so tell me when you're done actually reading.
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« Reply #483 on: August 06, 2010, 04:15:28 PM »
Ok so tell me when you're done actually reading.
I'll never be done reading, so why don't you just go back to a fantasy game?
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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #484 on: August 06, 2010, 04:25:35 PM »
Ok so tell me when you're done actually reading.
I'll never be done reading, so why don't you just go back to a fantasy game?

If you're not going to read this thread, please don't bother posting in it.

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #485 on: August 06, 2010, 04:28:53 PM »
Ok so tell me when you're done actually reading.
I'll never be done reading, so why don't you just go back to a fantasy game?

If you're not going to read this thread, please don't bother posting in it.
Who said that I'm not going to read this thread? Do you usually make such assumptions?
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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #486 on: August 06, 2010, 07:33:44 PM »
Can someone please explain why this thread has lasted 25 pages?
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« Reply #487 on: August 06, 2010, 07:57:19 PM »
Can someone please explain why this thread has lasted 25 pages?

Because there are some very easy trollbait hanging around here.

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #488 on: August 06, 2010, 08:31:37 PM »
Why is life on the moon a component of FET? That seems like an entirely separate theory.
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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #489 on: August 07, 2010, 09:47:41 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #490 on: August 07, 2010, 10:24:33 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>
Keep it serious, Thork. You can troll, but don't be so open. We have standards

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #491 on: August 07, 2010, 10:26:30 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #492 on: August 07, 2010, 10:34:15 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.
Keep it serious, Thork. You can troll, but don't be so open. We have standards

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #493 on: August 07, 2010, 11:18:25 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.

So.... the moon fell out of a stable orbit and crashed into the earth slowly? RE does not make that prediction at all.

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #494 on: August 07, 2010, 11:21:44 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.

So.... the moon fell out of a stable orbit and crashed into the earth slowly? RE does not make that prediction at all.
Who said the Moon was in a stable orbit? Is that yet another unsupported assumption? How is it that in FE the Moon fell? Did its nexus ring fail? Did its magic fail? Again, you make assumptions prematurely, just like the typical FEer.
Keep it serious, Thork. You can troll, but don't be so open. We have standards

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #495 on: August 07, 2010, 11:23:41 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.

So.... the moon fell out of a stable orbit and crashed into the earth slowly? RE does not make that prediction at all.
Who said the Moon was in a stable orbit? Is that yet another unsupported assumption? How is it that in FE the Moon fell? Did its nexus ring fail? Did its magic fail? Again, you make assumptions prematurely, just like the typical FEer.

What? The RE's moon has to be in a stable orbit. Or at least relatively stable for it to have been there for any long period of time.

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #496 on: August 07, 2010, 11:25:09 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.

So.... the moon fell out of a stable orbit and crashed into the earth slowly? RE does not make that prediction at all.
Who said the Moon was in a stable orbit? Is that yet another unsupported assumption? How is it that in FE the Moon fell? Did its nexus ring fail? Did its magic fail? Again, you make assumptions prematurely, just like the typical FEer.

What? The RE's moon has to be in a stable orbit. Or at least relatively stable for it to have been there for any long period of time.
IIRC,the moon is moving away from us slowly.I think thats what he meant.

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #497 on: August 07, 2010, 11:27:37 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.

So.... the moon fell out of a stable orbit and crashed into the earth slowly? RE does not make that prediction at all.
Who said the Moon was in a stable orbit? Is that yet another unsupported assumption? How is it that in FE the Moon fell? Did its nexus ring fail? Did its magic fail? Again, you make assumptions prematurely, just like the typical FEer.

What? The RE's moon has to be in a stable orbit. Or at least relatively stable for it to have been there for any long period of time.
Who said that in the game that the Moon was in a stable orbit? As you seem to have forgotten, allow me to remind you that the game is not real. <sigh>
Keep it serious, Thork. You can troll, but don't be so open. We have standards

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #498 on: August 07, 2010, 11:33:32 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.

So.... the moon fell out of a stable orbit and crashed into the earth slowly? RE does not make that prediction at all.
Who said the Moon was in a stable orbit? Is that yet another unsupported assumption? How is it that in FE the Moon fell? Did its nexus ring fail? Did its magic fail? Again, you make assumptions prematurely, just like the typical FEer.

What? The RE's moon has to be in a stable orbit. Or at least relatively stable for it to have been there for any long period of time.
Who said that in the game that the Moon was in a stable orbit? As you seem to have forgotten, allow me to remind you that the game is not real. <sigh>

Sigh, you're arguing about the game, then when I try to apply logic to it you go "it's just a game logic don't work lulzorz!!!111one1"

The moon would have had to have been in a stable orbit to be up there. If not then it simply proves all of RE theory is bullshit.

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #499 on: August 07, 2010, 11:37:18 AM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.

So.... the moon fell out of a stable orbit and crashed into the earth slowly? RE does not make that prediction at all.
Who said the Moon was in a stable orbit? Is that yet another unsupported assumption? How is it that in FE the Moon fell? Did its nexus ring fail? Did its magic fail? Again, you make assumptions prematurely, just like the typical FEer.

What? The RE's moon has to be in a stable orbit. Or at least relatively stable for it to have been there for any long period of time.
Who said that in the game that the Moon was in a stable orbit? As you seem to have forgotten, allow me to remind you that the game is not real. <sigh>

Sigh, you're arguing about the game, then when I try to apply logic to it you go "it's just a game logic don't work lulzorz!!!111one1"

The moon would have had to have been in a stable orbit to be up there. If not then it simply proves all of RE theory is bullshit.
No, again, there is no reason to conclude that the Moon was in a stable orbit. Unstable orbits can exist for thousands of years. Take the Alpha Centauri, for example. Your conclusion is unfounded. Again, tell us how FET better explains a falling Moon than RET. How could the Moon fall in FET?
Keep it serious, Thork. You can troll, but don't be so open. We have standards

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #500 on: August 07, 2010, 06:36:45 PM »
you payed attention in english class
The irony.

sigh, i originally had typed the word "pay" for a present tense sentence and I didn't think when i edited it to a past tense sentence.

Excuses, Excuses everywhere. Just admit your wrong for once you annoying baby <.<

Right after you do.

Why would the order be reversed, though?
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« Reply #501 on: August 08, 2010, 07:18:39 PM »
It isn't compatible. The moon isn't alive in RET.
The magic power didn't make it alive. It only allowed transport to it. Please keep up Clocktower.
Who says that the magic power didn't make it alive when it violated the FET edict that sustained space travel is impossible? Is the Moon alive in FET?

If I remember correctly the moon hurtled toward the earth and had to be caught by gods and thrown back up. Probably a commentary on the impossibility of a round earth and moon staying separate while there is a huge "attractive" force between them.
Typical of FEers, you make a conclusion on the intent of some designer who've never met. Perhaps, someday FEers will understand the need for evidence before conclusion. <sigh>

I'm not a FE'er. I'm just saying the fact that the moon fell towards the earth supports the FE side of things. You know prolonged space flight being impossible et al.
Nope. RE explains it as gravity. Again, you make conclusions prematurely.

So.... the moon fell out of a stable orbit and crashed into the earth slowly? RE does not make that prediction at all.
Who said the Moon was in a stable orbit? Is that yet another unsupported assumption? How is it that in FE the Moon fell? Did its nexus ring fail? Did its magic fail? Again, you make assumptions prematurely, just like the typical FEer.

What? The RE's moon has to be in a stable orbit. Or at least relatively stable for it to have been there for any long period of time.
Who said that in the game that the Moon was in a stable orbit? As you seem to have forgotten, allow me to remind you that the game is not real. <sigh>

Sigh, you're arguing about the game, then when I try to apply logic to it you go "it's just a game logic don't work lulzorz!!!111one1"

The moon would have had to have been in a stable orbit to be up there. If not then it simply proves all of RE theory is bullshit.
No, again, there is no reason to conclude that the Moon was in a stable orbit. Unstable orbits can exist for thousands of years. Take the Alpha Centauri, for example. Your conclusion is unfounded. Again, tell us how FET better explains a falling Moon than RET. How could the Moon fall in FET?

In truth the moon could not fall in FE theory. You are correct.

The Earth simply would accelerate up to the moon. Though in fairness using the right FOR this is also true in RE theory.

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #502 on: August 08, 2010, 07:25:11 PM »

In truth the moon could not fall in FE theory. You are correct.

The Earth simply would accelerate up to the moon. Though in fairness using the right FOR this is also true in RE theory.
Gee, did all FEers settle on the UA? I thought wasn't settled. Why would the UA suddenly stop accelerating the Moon too? No, in no FoR would it be true in RET unless something magical happened.
Keep it serious, Thork. You can troll, but don't be so open. We have standards

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« Reply #503 on: August 08, 2010, 07:28:08 PM »

In truth the moon could not fall in FE theory. You are correct.

The Earth simply would accelerate up to the moon. Though in fairness using the right FOR this is also true in RE theory.
Gee, did all FEers settle on the UA? I thought wasn't settled. Why would the UA suddenly stop accelerating the Moon too? No, in no FoR would it be true in RET unless something magical happened.

The moon could hit a rock and fall past the bowshock. I don't know. Just because the reason wasn't expressly put doesn't make it "magic."

As for "not every fe'er agreeing on the UA" a person's belief does not determine physical reality no matter how many people share that belief.

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #504 on: August 08, 2010, 07:33:39 PM »

In truth the moon could not fall in FE theory. You are correct.

The Earth simply would accelerate up to the moon. Though in fairness using the right FOR this is also true in RE theory.
Gee, did all FEers settle on the UA? I thought wasn't settled. Why would the UA suddenly stop accelerating the Moon too? No, in no FoR would it be true in RET unless something magical happened.

The moon could hit a rock and fall past the bowshock. I don't know. Just because the reason wasn't expressly put doesn't make it "magic."

As for "not every fe'er agreeing on the UA" a person's belief does not determine physical reality no matter how many people share that belief.
Right, so a 'rock' hits the Moon came only happen in FE, is that your claim?

So you're saying that you get to chose whether FE include the UA or regular gravity then?
Keep it serious, Thork. You can troll, but don't be so open. We have standards

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #505 on: August 08, 2010, 07:35:11 PM »

In truth the moon could not fall in FE theory. You are correct.

The Earth simply would accelerate up to the moon. Though in fairness using the right FOR this is also true in RE theory.
Gee, did all FEers settle on the UA? I thought wasn't settled. Why would the UA suddenly stop accelerating the Moon too? No, in no FoR would it be true in RET unless something magical happened.

The moon could hit a rock and fall past the bowshock. I don't know. Just because the reason wasn't expressly put doesn't make it "magic."

As for "not every fe'er agreeing on the UA" a person's belief does not determine physical reality no matter how many people share that belief.
Right, so a 'rock' hits the Moon came only happen in FE, is that your claim?

So you're saying that you get to chose whether FE include the UA or regular gravity then?

No, the very nature of the Universe dictates how the Universe works. I just explained that our opinions have no bearing on reality. Please keep up.

As for the rock hitting the moon, it has been shown conclusively that massive rocks can hit the moon in RE theory and no loss of stable orbit will occur. (the craters on the moon)

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #506 on: August 10, 2010, 04:45:45 PM »
The NeverhoOd Chronicles are also a FE video game.
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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #507 on: August 10, 2010, 05:06:14 PM »

In truth the moon could not fall in FE theory. You are correct.

The Earth simply would accelerate up to the moon. Though in fairness using the right FOR this is also true in RE theory.
Gee, did all FEers settle on the UA? I thought wasn't settled. Why would the UA suddenly stop accelerating the Moon too? No, in no FoR would it be true in RET unless something magical happened.

The moon could hit a rock and fall past the bowshock. I don't know. Just because the reason wasn't expressly put doesn't make it "magic."

As for "not every fe'er agreeing on the UA" a person's belief does not determine physical reality no matter how many people share that belief.
Right, so a 'rock' hits the Moon came only happen in FE, is that your claim?

So you're saying that you get to chose whether FE include the UA or regular gravity then?

No, the very nature of the Universe dictates how the Universe works. I just explained that our opinions have no bearing on reality. Please keep up.

As for the rock hitting the moon, it has been shown conclusively that massive rocks can hit the moon in RE theory and no loss of stable orbit will occur. (the craters on the moon)
You claimed that the UA exists, not me. I guess when you claim something, we just have to assume that you're not speaking for anyone but yourself, and that you don't have the reasoning skills to do a good job at even that. For example, even in your last post we see:

That massive rocks can hit the Moon without the Moon losing its orbit doesn't mean that there has been no such rock ever in the history of the Solar System. You need to work on your deduction skills.
Keep it serious, Thork. You can troll, but don't be so open. We have standards

Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #508 on: August 10, 2010, 06:41:33 PM »

In truth the moon could not fall in FE theory. You are correct.

The Earth simply would accelerate up to the moon. Though in fairness using the right FOR this is also true in RE theory.
Gee, did all FEers settle on the UA? I thought wasn't settled. Why would the UA suddenly stop accelerating the Moon too? No, in no FoR would it be true in RET unless something magical happened.

The moon could hit a rock and fall past the bowshock. I don't know. Just because the reason wasn't expressly put doesn't make it "magic."

As for "not every fe'er agreeing on the UA" a person's belief does not determine physical reality no matter how many people share that belief.
Right, so a 'rock' hits the Moon came only happen in FE, is that your claim?

So you're saying that you get to chose whether FE include the UA or regular gravity then?

No, the very nature of the Universe dictates how the Universe works. I just explained that our opinions have no bearing on reality. Please keep up.

As for the rock hitting the moon, it has been shown conclusively that massive rocks can hit the moon in RE theory and no loss of stable orbit will occur. (the craters on the moon)
You claimed that the UA exists, not me. I guess when you claim something, we just have to assume that you're not speaking for anyone but yourself, and that you don't have the reasoning skills to do a good job at even that. For example, even in your last post we see:

That massive rocks can hit the Moon without the Moon losing its orbit doesn't mean that there has been no such rock ever in the history of the Solar System. You need to work on your deduction skills.

With any rock hitting the moon, the moon will change his momentum.
His orbit isnt stable anyway, it keeps changing while we speak. The moon is actually continually travelling away from the earth at whatever like one inch a year or so. Look it up at wikipedia, I cant be bothered. So saying "something will hit the moon and not make a difference at all" is simply wrong. You could however state "some small rock hitting the moon wont make a noticeable difference because the moon is so huge that this small rock would not make any noticable difference to the overall momentum".
Well anyway, if some massive rock hit the moon (say a tenth of the moons own mass) this would - depending on the speed of collision - actually have great impact on the moons orbit. This doesnt mean though, that after this moon would be thrown out of orbit completey - it may just have a (slightly) different orbit now.
English is not my mother tongue, please consider this when reading my posts.
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Why is australia excluded?
Because it is a lie propagated by the conspiracy (like gravity or sustained spaceflight).
I lived a lie

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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker --Flat earth video game?
« Reply #509 on: August 10, 2010, 08:19:40 PM »
The NeverhoOd Chronicles are also a FE video game.

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