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Do you believe in FET

yes, absolutly
no, but I argue for FET anyway
no
yes, but I argue for RET anyway

How many FET believers are there on this board?

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How many FET believers are there on this board?
« on: January 29, 2015, 12:37:09 PM »
I'm just wondering how many people here really believe FET.  If you just like to frustrate people, here is your chance to come clean anonymously (if these polls are anonymous)!

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2015, 01:05:03 PM »
OMG, another "Do you believe" poll.  Someone should start a "Can you use the search function" poll.

(I voted yes)

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2015, 01:12:25 PM »
I'm just wondering how many people here really believe FET.  If you just like to frustrate people, here is your chance to come clean anonymously (if these polls are anonymous)!
Why would anyone pretend to think the Earth is flat? Seems to me like a waste of time.


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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2015, 01:13:49 PM »
OMG, another "Do you believe" poll.  Someone should start a "Can you use the search function" poll.

(I voted yes)
But things change don't they?  Who knows, maybe there are converts  :)

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #4 on: January 29, 2015, 01:36:23 PM »
Seems to me that the poll should have asked, "are you an angry noob, Y or N?"  Anyway, what makes you think that if someone was pretending, they would admit it to you just because you made a poll?

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #5 on: January 29, 2015, 01:38:46 PM »
Seems to me that the poll should have asked, "are you an angry noob, Y or N?"  Anyway, what makes you think that if someone was pretending, they would admit it to you just because you made a poll?

cuz its anonymous isnt it?
I have 13 [academic qualifications] actually. I'll leave it up to you to guess which, or simply call me a  liar. Either is fine.

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #6 on: January 29, 2015, 02:44:28 PM »
Seems to me that the poll should have asked, "are you an angry noob, Y or N?"  Anyway, what makes you think that if someone was pretending, they would admit it to you just because you made a poll?
I have no idea if anyone would admit it, that's why I asked the question?  So maybe there will be some exciting results, stay tuned.  Nice little personal attack you shoe horned in there BTW.

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #7 on: January 30, 2015, 02:20:51 AM »
Seems to me that the poll should have asked, "are you an angry noob, Y or N?"  Anyway, what makes you think that if someone was pretending, they would admit it to you just because you made a poll?

cuz its anonymous isn't it?

I'm thinking jroa missed that point LOL.

And of course, I voted NO.  Why would any intelligent person with a 21st-century knowledge of astrophysics and geophysics, and mathematics answer other than this?

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #8 on: January 30, 2015, 09:11:23 AM »
I voted.
no, but I argue for FET anyway.

Why?
Because I don't follow the flat Earth theory in how it's portrayed on here but I do believe the Earth is flatish.

I argue for the flat Earth because I know it's not a globe and I have very little respect for most of the global Earth indoctrinates that frequent here. A few of them are ok.

My aim is to get the truth whilst not allowing the global Earth arrogance take over this forum.

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #9 on: January 30, 2015, 09:26:39 AM »
I voted.
no, but I argue for FET anyway.

Why?
Because I don't follow the flat Earth theory in how it's portrayed on here but I do believe the Earth is flatish.

I argue for the flat Earth because I know it's not a globe and I have very little respect for most of the global Earth indoctrinates that frequent here. A few of them are ok.

My aim is to get the truth whilst not allowing the global Earth arrogance take over this forum.
Hey! Welcome back.
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2015, 10:59:43 AM »
I voted.
no, but I argue for FET anyway.

Why?
Because I don't follow the flat Earth theory in how it's portrayed on here but I do believe the Earth is flatish.

I argue for the flat Earth because I know it's not a globe and I have very little respect for most of the global Earth indoctrinates that frequent here. A few of them are ok.

My aim is to get the truth whilst not allowing the global Earth arrogance take over this forum.
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #11 on: January 30, 2015, 12:24:13 PM »
Because I don't follow the flat Earth theory in how it's portrayed on here but I do believe the Earth is flatish.

LOL... this is so funny!  sceptimatic doesn't accept that the planet is spherical, but he also claims that it's not flat.  Apparently, he now thinks it's flattish.  I'm glad he's now got that sorted out with such scientific accuracy and mathematical precision.

Why is it that all of sceptimatic's comments inevitably turn  into a comedy of errors?    ;D

Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #12 on: January 30, 2015, 12:38:26 PM »
It's been proven that most people who don't post religious copypasta but claim to believe the earth is flat are liars.
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #13 on: January 30, 2015, 12:50:03 PM »
It's been proven that most people who don't post religious copypasta but claim to believe the earth is flat are liars.

I am still waiting to see the covers of the books you have supposedly authored...

Read the FAQS.

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #14 on: January 30, 2015, 12:52:09 PM »
It's been proven that most people who don't post religious copypasta but claim to believe the earth is flat are liars.

... It's been proven that most people who gamble lose money.  Does that mean that ALL people who gamble lose money?  I don't understand why you would make that statement.  Most != Alll.  If you want to call someone a liar then call them a lair.  Don't make up a fact.

Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #15 on: January 30, 2015, 12:58:20 PM »
I voted.
no, but I argue for FET anyway.

Why?
Because I don't follow the flat Earth theory in how it's portrayed on here but I do believe the Earth is flatish.

I argue for the flat Earth because I know it's not a globe and I have very little respect for most of the global Earth indoctrinates that frequent here. A few of them are ok.

My aim is to get the truth whilst not allowing the global Earth arrogance take over this forum.

Yeah, actually I should have done the same, as I don't believe in the theory too. The theory is just theory you can't believe in theory anyway.

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #16 on: January 31, 2015, 12:57:33 AM »
I voted YES, ABSOLUTELY!

Nice to hear that Sceptimatic and Saros are Round Earthers, after all!!!

Especially after i hit the final nail in HC-RET coffin:

GAME IS OVER - After my presentation of ZIGZAG argument nothing will ever be the same. I challenge anyone to refute this argument, but i tell you, this is absolutely irrefutable argument, and no one will ever succeed to refute it. : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #17 on: January 31, 2015, 01:26:13 AM »
I am still waiting to see the covers of the books you have supposedly authored...

Why is it that you've not demanded the same from your flat earth peer sceptimatic?  He claims to have authored a dozen books, so why do you hold a round earther to a far higher standard of competency than a flat earther?

Your flat earth bias is showing... again.  Whoops!

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #18 on: January 31, 2015, 02:14:31 AM »
I voted YES, ABSOLUTELY!

Nice to hear that Sceptimatic and Saros are Round Earthers, after all!!!

Especially after i hit the final nail in HC-RET coffin:

GAME IS OVER - After my presentation of ZIGZAG argument nothing will ever be the same. I challenge anyone to refute this argument, but i tell you, this is absolutely irrefutable argument, and no one will ever succeed to refute it. : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
I'm absolutely 100% not a global Earther by any stretch of the imagination.
I simply don't follow the theory of a lot of what this flat Earth society is about. That doesn't mean I don't respect what they're saying; only I have a different take on it.

For instance:

They believe in UA as gravity. I believe it's atmospheric pressure under a dome of ice.
They believe it's a disc. I believe it's like half an egg, sort of shape at the base and the other half of the egg is ice at the sky limit.

There's just two things.
Now when I mention flatish, I mean that in my view it is flat for us to walk on  but overall it isn't level flat. It's slightly concave as everything flows to the ocean and the ocean itself sits in a concave bowl from this.

A pretty ball spinning in space is preposterous. It's so ridiculous that I could never be swayed back to that thought.

I just thought I'd make this clear.

Oh and one more thing. Space and universes do not exist as we are told.

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #19 on: January 31, 2015, 03:06:33 AM »
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They believe in UA as gravity. I believe it's atmospheric pressure under a dome of ice.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue!

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They believe it's a disc. I believe it's like half an egg, sort of shape at the base and the other half of the egg is ice at the sky limit.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue, also!
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Now when I mention flatish, I mean that in my view it is flat for us to walk on  but overall it isn't level flat. It's slightly concave as everything flows to the ocean and the ocean itself sits in a concave bowl from this.

Yes, this could be also true, watch this video, guy who uploaded this video had used my "Kanchenjunga-Makalu-Bottle" experiment (taken out from "the Equator problem" thread), : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank"> ...in favor of the concave earth hypothesis...

So, when you see a decisive picture (the last one in this post http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=62199.msg1640968#msg1640968), then we have to come to the conclusion that the Earth is really SLIGHTLY concave, because too much of Kanchenjunga mountain protrudes above a red horizontal line...

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A pretty ball spinning in space is preposterous.

Absolutely! But it is not just preposterous, it is 100 % refuted FOR GOOD/ONCE AND FOR ALL/FOREVER, by a little help of my ZIGZAG argument!!!
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Oh and one more thing. Space and universes do not exist as we are told.

Of course not!  :)
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #20 on: January 31, 2015, 03:14:36 AM »
I voted YES, ABSOLUTELY!

Nice to hear that Sceptimatic and Saros are Round Earthers, after all!!!

Especially after i hit the final nail in HC-RET coffin:

GAME IS OVER - After my presentation of ZIGZAG argument nothing will ever be the same. I challenge anyone to refute this argument, but i tell you, this is absolutely irrefutable argument, and no one will ever succeed to refute it. : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">

What?

I am not a round Earther at all. You probably meant something else. I chose "Absolutely Yes".

However, the poll was about flat Earth theory not flat Earth. I can't say I agree with all the theory proposed by the flat Earth society. You can't believe in the theory, of course. The theory for instance says that the Earth is accelerating upward.

Please make a difference between flat Earth belief and flat Earth theory. The poll is simply misleading. It should have been asking: Do you believe the Earth is flat? instead of asking "Do you believe in flat Earth theory?".

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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #21 on: January 31, 2015, 03:41:58 AM »
I voted YES, ABSOLUTELY!

Nice to hear that Sceptimatic and Saros are Round Earthers, after all!!!

Especially after i hit the final nail in HC-RET coffin:

GAME IS OVER - After my presentation of ZIGZAG argument nothing will ever be the same. I challenge anyone to refute this argument, but i tell you, this is absolutely irrefutable argument, and no one will ever succeed to refute it. : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">

What?

I am not a round Earther at all. You probably meant something else. I chose "Absolutely Yes".

However, the poll was about flat Earth theory not flat Earth. I can't say I agree with all the theory proposed by the flat Earth society. You can't believe in the theory, of course. The theory for instance says that the Earth is accelerating upward.

Please make a difference between flat Earth belief and flat Earth theory. The poll is simply misleading. It should have been asking: Do you believe the Earth is flat? instead of asking "Do you believe in flat Earth theory?".

You are right, i apologize, this post settles the matter:

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SCEPTI SAYS : They believe in UA as gravity. I believe it's atmospheric pressure under a dome of ice.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue!

Quote
SCEPTI SAYS : They believe it's a disc. I believe it's like half an egg, sort of shape at the base and the other half of the egg is ice at the sky limit.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue, also!
Quote
SCEPTI SAYS :
Now when I mention flatish, I mean that in my view it is flat for us to walk on  but overall it isn't level flat. It's slightly concave as everything flows to the ocean and the ocean itself sits in a concave bowl from this.

Yes, this could be also true, watch this video, guy who uploaded this video had used my "Kanchenjunga-Makalu-Bottle" experiment (taken out from "the Equator problem" thread), : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank"> ...in favor of the concave earth hypothesis...

So, when you see a decisive picture (the last one in this post http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=62199.msg1640968#msg1640968), then we have to come to the conclusion that the Earth is really SLIGHTLY concave, because too much of Kanchenjunga mountain protrudes above a red horizontal line...

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SCEPTI SAYS : A pretty ball spinning in space is preposterous.

Absolutely! But it is not just preposterous, it is 100 % refuted FOR GOOD/ONCE AND FOR ALL/FOREVER, by a little help of my ZIGZAG argument!!!
Quote
SCEPTI SAYS :
Oh and one more thing. Space and universes do not exist as we are told.

Of course not!  :)
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #22 on: January 31, 2015, 04:10:59 AM »
It's been proven that most people who don't post religious copypasta but claim to believe the earth is flat are liars.

... It's been proven that most people who gamble lose money.  Does that mean that ALL people who gamble lose money?  I don't understand why you would make that statement.  Most != Alll.  If you want to call someone a liar then call them a lair.  Don't make up a fact.

The proof is here on the forum. When you've read it, you'll understand why it applies to most FE'ers (such as you) but not others (such as hoppy).
As Vauxhall and yourself are so fond of saying, do a search.  :P
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #23 on: January 31, 2015, 07:29:15 AM »
I'm just wondering how many people here really believe FET.  If you just like to frustrate people, here is your chance to come clean anonymously (if these polls are anonymous)!
Why would anyone pretend to think the Earth is flat?
You tell us?

The entire point of the FES is to pretend the earth is flat so that people argue with you and get annoyed. You can then snigger at them behind your hands and feel superior.
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #24 on: January 31, 2015, 07:56:57 AM »
I voted YES, ABSOLUTELY!

Nice to hear that Sceptimatic and Saros are Round Earthers, after all!!!

Especially after i hit the final nail in HC-RET coffin:

GAME IS OVER - After my presentation of ZIGZAG argument nothing will ever be the same. I challenge anyone to refute this argument, but i tell you, this is absolutely irrefutable argument, and no one will ever succeed to refute it. : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">

What?

I am not a round Earther at all. You probably meant something else. I chose "Absolutely Yes".

However, the poll was about flat Earth theory not flat Earth. I can't say I agree with all the theory proposed by the flat Earth society. You can't believe in the theory, of course. The theory for instance says that the Earth is accelerating upward.

Please make a difference between flat Earth belief and flat Earth theory. The poll is simply misleading. It should have been asking: Do you believe the Earth is flat? instead of asking "Do you believe in flat Earth theory?".

You are right, i apologize, this post settles the matter:

Quote
SCEPTI SAYS : They believe in UA as gravity. I believe it's atmospheric pressure under a dome of ice.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue!

Quote
SCEPTI SAYS : They believe it's a disc. I believe it's like half an egg, sort of shape at the base and the other half of the egg is ice at the sky limit.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue, also!
Quote
SCEPTI SAYS :
Now when I mention flatish, I mean that in my view it is flat for us to walk on  but overall it isn't level flat. It's slightly concave as everything flows to the ocean and the ocean itself sits in a concave bowl from this.

Yes, this could be also true, watch this video, guy who uploaded this video had used my "Kanchenjunga-Makalu-Bottle" experiment (taken out from "the Equator problem" thread), : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank"> ...in favor of the concave earth hypothesis...

So, when you see a decisive picture (the last one in this post http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=62199.msg1640968#msg1640968), then we have to come to the conclusion that the Earth is really SLIGHTLY concave, because too much of Kanchenjunga mountain protrudes above a red horizontal line...

Quote
SCEPTI SAYS : A pretty ball spinning in space is preposterous.

Absolutely! But it is not just preposterous, it is 100 % refuted FOR GOOD/ONCE AND FOR ALL/FOREVER, by a little help of my ZIGZAG argument!!!
Quote
SCEPTI SAYS :
Oh and one more thing. Space and universes do not exist as we are told.

Of course not!  :)
At least we cleared that bit up. You see, I don't argue for the flat Earth theory, I argue for the flat Earth forum against shills and arrogant people who join forces to attempt to intimidate potential free thinkers out of gathering alternative knowledge.

The flat Earth theorists will tell you themselves that they can't stand me. I'm an idiot to them as much as I am to the global shills. I accept this of course, because I'm not here to be liked. I'm here to see people like you add some interesting input, as well as putting my thoughts in...amid the onslaught of those who wish to ridicule it all.

This is why I play them and I will not let the globalites win. They hanker for my banning because I'm a massive thorn in their side, because I won't back down and will always encourage free thinking.

I may not agree with all free thinkers but I am an ally to all free thinkers, even if it's just as an extra shoulder to lean on against what can be an overbearing mass of clowns tag teaming the globe model and attempted ridicule at any  person arguing against it.

Anyone can ridicule me or my thoughts; it's not a problem to me. I may not agree at first with many thoughts but my mind is always open to possibilities. You do an excellent job of destroying the global Earth indoctrination and I am learning from what you say, as well as taking in what others say (excluding globalites).

I have every respect for the flat Earth theorists in any form they take of the Earth. I may not agree with a lot and they may hate me or dislike me or simply find me a nuisance. That's all fine, because they play a fair game and allow free thinkers to post their thoughts. That's all I'm bothered about.

So on that note, I'm happy to see you posting on here, as well as saros, legion, new earth, hoppy and many more I haven't mentioned but who are equally relevant, including the regular flat Earth theorists that use this place as home.
The more out of the box thinkers - as well as people like you with a lot of logical scientific knowledge - make this place a more even playing field and gives potential new posters the chance to actually come into topics with an open mind, knowing people have their backs if they decide to argue against the indoctrinated globe model.

Too many of these globalists are back patting. It's about time we did the same and rocked them, because they've had it too easy for too long.
It's time for logic to take precedence over arrogance of parrots.

I think I've covered it all. Keep up the excellent work.

Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #25 on: January 31, 2015, 09:16:05 AM »
I'm just wondering how many people here really believe FET.  If you just like to frustrate people, here is your chance to come clean anonymously (if these polls are anonymous)!
Why would anyone pretend to think the Earth is flat?
You tell us?

The entire point of the FES is to pretend the earth is flat so that people argue with you and get annoyed. You can then snigger at them behind your hands and feel superior.

One of the best summaries I've seen. Thank you, Mr Crab.
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #26 on: January 31, 2015, 10:03:35 AM »
I voted YES, ABSOLUTELY!

Nice to hear that Sceptimatic and Saros are Round Earthers, after all!!!

Especially after i hit the final nail in HC-RET coffin:

GAME IS OVER - After my presentation of ZIGZAG argument nothing will ever be the same. I challenge anyone to refute this argument, but i tell you, this is absolutely irrefutable argument, and no one will ever succeed to refute it. : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">

What?

I am not a round Earther at all. You probably meant something else. I chose "Absolutely Yes".

However, the poll was about flat Earth theory not flat Earth. I can't say I agree with all the theory proposed by the flat Earth society. You can't believe in the theory, of course. The theory for instance says that the Earth is accelerating upward.

Please make a difference between flat Earth belief and flat Earth theory. The poll is simply misleading. It should have been asking: Do you believe the Earth is flat? instead of asking "Do you believe in flat Earth theory?".

You are right, i apologize, this post settles the matter:

Quote
SCEPTI SAYS : They believe in UA as gravity. I believe it's atmospheric pressure under a dome of ice.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue!

Quote
SCEPTI SAYS : They believe it's a disc. I believe it's like half an egg, sort of shape at the base and the other half of the egg is ice at the sky limit.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue, also!
Quote
SCEPTI SAYS :
Now when I mention flatish, I mean that in my view it is flat for us to walk on  but overall it isn't level flat. It's slightly concave as everything flows to the ocean and the ocean itself sits in a concave bowl from this.

Yes, this could be also true, watch this video, guy who uploaded this video had used my "Kanchenjunga-Makalu-Bottle" experiment (taken out from "the Equator problem" thread), : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank"> ...in favor of the concave earth hypothesis...

So, when you see a decisive picture (the last one in this post http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=62199.msg1640968#msg1640968), then we have to come to the conclusion that the Earth is really SLIGHTLY concave, because too much of Kanchenjunga mountain protrudes above a red horizontal line...

Quote
SCEPTI SAYS : A pretty ball spinning in space is preposterous.

Absolutely! But it is not just preposterous, it is 100 % refuted FOR GOOD/ONCE AND FOR ALL/FOREVER, by a little help of my ZIGZAG argument!!!
Quote
SCEPTI SAYS :
Oh and one more thing. Space and universes do not exist as we are told.

Of course not!  :)
At least we cleared that bit up. You see, I don't argue for the flat Earth theory, I argue for the flat Earth forum against shills and arrogant people who join forces to attempt to intimidate potential free thinkers out of gathering alternative knowledge.

The flat Earth theorists will tell you themselves that they can't stand me. I'm an idiot to them as much as I am to the global shills. I accept this of course, because I'm not here to be liked. I'm here to see people like you add some interesting input, as well as putting my thoughts in...amid the onslaught of those who wish to ridicule it all.

This is why I play them and I will not let the globalites win. They hanker for my banning because I'm a massive thorn in their side, because I won't back down and will always encourage free thinking.

I may not agree with all free thinkers but I am an ally to all free thinkers, even if it's just as an extra shoulder to lean on against what can be an overbearing mass of clowns tag teaming the globe model and attempted ridicule at any  person arguing against it.

Anyone can ridicule me or my thoughts; it's not a problem to me. I may not agree at first with many thoughts but my mind is always open to possibilities. You do an excellent job of destroying the global Earth indoctrination and I am learning from what you say, as well as taking in what others say (excluding globalites).

I have every respect for the flat Earth theorists in any form they take of the Earth. I may not agree with a lot and they may hate me or dislike me or simply find me a nuisance. That's all fine, because they play a fair game and allow free thinkers to post their thoughts. That's all I'm bothered about.

So on that note, I'm happy to see you posting on here, as well as saros, legion, new earth, hoppy and many more I haven't mentioned but who are equally relevant, including the regular flat Earth theorists that use this place as home.
The more out of the box thinkers - as well as people like you with a lot of logical scientific knowledge - make this place a more even playing field and gives potential new posters the chance to actually come into topics with an open mind, knowing people have their backs if they decide to argue against the indoctrinated globe model.

Too many of these globalists are back patting. It's about time we did the same and rocked them, because they've had it too easy for too long.
It's time for logic to take precedence over arrogance of parrots.

I think I've covered it all. Keep up the excellent work.

What to say besides : Thumbs up for every word that you have said!
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #27 on: January 31, 2015, 10:29:07 AM »
I voted YES, ABSOLUTELY!

Nice to hear that Sceptimatic and Saros are Round Earthers, after all!!!

Especially after i hit the final nail in HC-RET coffin:

GAME IS OVER - After my presentation of ZIGZAG argument nothing will ever be the same. I challenge anyone to refute this argument, but i tell you, this is absolutely irrefutable argument, and no one will ever succeed to refute it. : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">

What?

I am not a round Earther at all. You probably meant something else. I chose "Absolutely Yes".

However, the poll was about flat Earth theory not flat Earth. I can't say I agree with all the theory proposed by the flat Earth society. You can't believe in the theory, of course. The theory for instance says that the Earth is accelerating upward.

Please make a difference between flat Earth belief and flat Earth theory. The poll is simply misleading. It should have been asking: Do you believe the Earth is flat? instead of asking "Do you believe in flat Earth theory?".

You are right, i apologize, this post settles the matter:

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SCEPTI SAYS : They believe in UA as gravity. I believe it's atmospheric pressure under a dome of ice.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue!

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SCEPTI SAYS : They believe it's a disc. I believe it's like half an egg, sort of shape at the base and the other half of the egg is ice at the sky limit.

My attitude is the same as yours on this issue, also!
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SCEPTI SAYS :
Now when I mention flatish, I mean that in my view it is flat for us to walk on  but overall it isn't level flat. It's slightly concave as everything flows to the ocean and the ocean itself sits in a concave bowl from this.

Yes, this could be also true, watch this video, guy who uploaded this video had used my "Kanchenjunga-Makalu-Bottle" experiment (taken out from "the Equator problem" thread), : " class="bbc_link" target="_blank"> ...in favor of the concave earth hypothesis...

So, when you see a decisive picture (the last one in this post http://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=62199.msg1640968#msg1640968), then we have to come to the conclusion that the Earth is really SLIGHTLY concave, because too much of Kanchenjunga mountain protrudes above a red horizontal line...

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SCEPTI SAYS : A pretty ball spinning in space is preposterous.

Absolutely! But it is not just preposterous, it is 100 % refuted FOR GOOD/ONCE AND FOR ALL/FOREVER, by a little help of my ZIGZAG argument!!!
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Oh and one more thing. Space and universes do not exist as we are told.

Of course not!  :)
At least we cleared that bit up. You see, I don't argue for the flat Earth theory, I argue for the flat Earth forum against shills and arrogant people who join forces to attempt to intimidate potential free thinkers out of gathering alternative knowledge.

The flat Earth theorists will tell you themselves that they can't stand me. I'm an idiot to them as much as I am to the global shills. I accept this of course, because I'm not here to be liked. I'm here to see people like you add some interesting input, as well as putting my thoughts in...amid the onslaught of those who wish to ridicule it all.

This is why I play them and I will not let the globalites win. They hanker for my banning because I'm a massive thorn in their side, because I won't back down and will always encourage free thinking.

I may not agree with all free thinkers but I am an ally to all free thinkers, even if it's just as an extra shoulder to lean on against what can be an overbearing mass of clowns tag teaming the globe model and attempted ridicule at any  person arguing against it.

Anyone can ridicule me or my thoughts; it's not a problem to me. I may not agree at first with many thoughts but my mind is always open to possibilities. You do an excellent job of destroying the global Earth indoctrination and I am learning from what you say, as well as taking in what others say (excluding globalites).

I have every respect for the flat Earth theorists in any form they take of the Earth. I may not agree with a lot and they may hate me or dislike me or simply find me a nuisance. That's all fine, because they play a fair game and allow free thinkers to post their thoughts. That's all I'm bothered about.

So on that note, I'm happy to see you posting on here, as well as saros, legion, new earth, hoppy and many more I haven't mentioned but who are equally relevant, including the regular flat Earth theorists that use this place as home.
The more out of the box thinkers - as well as people like you with a lot of logical scientific knowledge - make this place a more even playing field and gives potential new posters the chance to actually come into topics with an open mind, knowing people have their backs if they decide to argue against the indoctrinated globe model.

Too many of these globalists are back patting. It's about time we did the same and rocked them, because they've had it too easy for too long.
It's time for logic to take precedence over arrogance of parrots.

I think I've covered it all. Keep up the excellent work.

What to say besides : Thumbs up for every word that you have said!
So when is he going to rock us? I don't see any peer-reviewed papers here. Nor do I see even anything that disproves RE. He just rambled on. What kind of logic is it that millions of people are lying all for this stupid purpose of the shape of the earth.
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Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #28 on: February 01, 2015, 03:01:34 AM »
So when is he [sceptimatic] going to rock us? I don't see any peer-reviewed papers here. Nor do I see even anything that disproves RE. He just rambled on. What kind of logic is it that millions of people are lying all for this stupid purpose of the shape of the earth.

Unfortunately for the poor lad, he's never gonna be able to "rock" us;  it's nothing more than wishful thinking on his part LOL.

As you say, there are no peer-reviewed papers cited here for the simple reason that not one exists. And again, no flat earther has ever been able to provide any empirical evidence that the oblate spheroid earth model could be considered doubtful even for a nanosecond.

A belief in a flat earth relies solely on personal opinion, guesswork, obfuscation, third-party hearsay, misinformation, scientific illiteracy, falsification, distortions of fact, and even a good measure of lies thrown into the pot for good measure.  You know... all the sorts of stuff that science abhors.

Every scientific tenet is supported by literally thousand of independent, non-vested peer reviews.  Every one of the planet's 6 million scientists accepts absolutely that the planet is an oblate spheroid.  Not one single accredited scientist has ever agreed to any doubt about the planet's geometry.

So any genuine flat earth "believers" on this board are in the infinitesimally tiny minority of the planet's 7 billion populace.


Re: How many FET believers are there on this board?
« Reply #29 on: February 02, 2015, 07:03:57 PM »
5 FET believers as of yet?  Seems like this site is pointless.  No map, and as it turns out no believers.