Question, i want it answered.

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Question, i want it answered.
« on: February 04, 2007, 03:00:28 AM »
Look, im not here to bag on your perfect "Everything's a conspiracy theory" conspiracy theory.

I've read the FAQ, though i didn't really understand the most part of it due to your technical words designed to confuse the reader so they don't notice the original argument is very flimsy. While i was reading it i noticed a question you didn't answer, and i want it answered.

"If it's a clear day, and a ship (with a high mast) sets sail in a straight direction, lets say it went directly south from a wharf pointing south, why does the bottom segment of the ship (The Hull) dissapear, and the boat seems to sink under the edge of the horizon. you ccan still see the mast untill it too sinks below the horizon."

Explain that,
 and no, i don't want to hear any "Oh, it isn't a perfect disc, there are bumps in the ocean at the edge of the horizon after which it slants downards slightly untill the (retardedly thought up) Ice Wall."

Because that's just pure crap and you know it...
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Question, i want it answered.
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2007, 03:42:32 AM »
It may have been answered in a different thread, if so, please post the answer here.

I'm waiting....
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Question, i want it answered.
« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2007, 05:24:46 AM »
It has been answered in multiple threads. Stop being so lazy and do a search.