Infinite Earth - don't believe me, believe Edwin Hubble

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antonindvorak

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Re: Infinite Earth - don't believe me, believe Edwin Hubble
« Reply #30 on: June 20, 2015, 11:12:39 AM »
Edwin Hubble was the first person to realise that everything in the universe is moving away from us (red-shifted). This fact is now universally accepted by the cosmology community.

Everything in every direction is getting further away. In round Earth theory, this can only mean one thing - our little globe is the centre of the universe. I think most will agree this is ridiculous, or so unlikely that it be dismissed as a realistic explanation.

Now, in Infinite Earth Theory (IET) this all makes perfect sense. IET states that Earth is a flat plain making up the floor of the universe. The big bang was an event at the bottom of the universe, projecting all matter upwards. This energy continues today, as observed by red-shift. Only heavy elements have fallen to create the Earth, as well as lighter elements produced on Earth itself (the atmosphere).

Of course, this is only an idea of what happened at the beginning of the universe. Much more research is needed.

Ha. Ha ha ha. Ridiculous.

Pick any point in the universe, and it will appear that everything is moving away from that point. So the Martians can use this same principle to conclude that they are at the centre of the universe!

This does not prove a flat Earth.
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Re: Infinite Earth - don't believe me, believe Edwin Hubble
« Reply #31 on: June 20, 2015, 11:29:38 AM »
Itchy didn't you understand that Flat earth=god and round earth=science
and they are contradict at the essence. Science and religion are a system of power create to make human ruling over human and a system hiding the true god.
Round earth religion = science.
God=flat earth and simple life.
Think about it, don't quote the science if you believe in flat earth.

I am a Christian and I believe in round Earth and science.  Just because God made the universe doesn't mean we shouldn't learn everything we can about it with experimentation.
Yea we know, you are 17 American who make so many spelling mistake.

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antonindvorak

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Re: Infinite Earth - don't believe me, believe Edwin Hubble
« Reply #32 on: June 20, 2015, 11:40:45 AM »
Itchy didn't you understand that Flat earth=god and round earth=science
and they are contradict at the essence. Science and religion are a system of power create to make human ruling over human and a system hiding the true god.
Round earth religion = science.
God=flat earth and simple life.
Think about it, don't quote the science if you believe in flat earth.

I am a Christian and I believe in round Earth and science.  Just because God made the universe doesn't mean we shouldn't learn everything we can about it with experimentation.
Yea we know, you are 17 American who make so many spelling mistake.

And you're a hypocrite that has the nerve to trash someone else's spelling when your own sentence is so grammatically incorrect, it would get you an F in elementary school. I see no spelling mistakes in his post, by the way.
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Re: Infinite Earth - don't believe me, believe Edwin Hubble
« Reply #33 on: June 20, 2015, 12:00:03 PM »
Itchy didn't you understand that Flat earth=god and round earth=science
and they are contradict at the essence. Science and religion are a system of power create to make human ruling over human and a system hiding the true god.
Round earth religion = science.
God=flat earth and simple life.
Think about it, don't quote the science if you believe in flat earth.

I am a Christian and I believe in round Earth and science.  Just because God made the universe doesn't mean we shouldn't learn everything we can about it with experimentation.
Yea we know, you are 17 American who make so many spelling mistake.

And you're a hypocrite that has the nerve to trash someone else's spelling when your own sentence is so grammatically incorrect, it would get you an F in elementary school. I see no spelling mistakes in his post, by the way.
Because of that I mention him being American, I am not hypocrite I know my English sucks - but if I was American I believe I wouldn't make mistakes like him.

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mikeman7918

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Re: Infinite Earth - don't believe me, believe Edwin Hubble
« Reply #34 on: June 20, 2015, 05:34:58 PM »
if I was American I believe I wouldn't make mistakes like him.

Please elaborate on your logic here.
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