Flat Earth Sun A’Moving

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Flat Earth Sun A’Moving
« on: August 19, 2023, 01:21:43 PM »
So you don’t think the earth is rotating.  But you think a sun 32 miles in diameter is moving 500 to 1000 miles an hour or more?  Speeds up in the winter. Doesn’t leave some sort of tail in the non-vacuum of FE space like a comet zooming around?  You think a 1000 pound man made satellite can’t orbit the earth.  (Just ignore the hundreds of lights added to the night sky the last 70 years.  And what is normally the third brightest object in the night sky, the international space station?) But the sun can?

With no consequences of the FE sun orbiting in atmosphere?  At high speeds.  Because FE’rs don’t believe anything can rocket around like a comet in a vacuum.

FE’rs seem to believe in the Van Allen Belts when convenient.  But the flat earth sun would have to be radiating well within the Van Allen Belts vs the reality the sun radiates charged particles from outside the belts that range from 400 to 30,000 plus miles above the earth. 

With no explanation that works why the sun is physically blocked from view and the earth is shielded from its radiation at night.

Re: Flat Earth Sun A’Moving
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2023, 09:42:31 PM »
The invisible satellites that are never seen. Except when nasa tells us we’ll see one over a state or two before it vanishes

Re: Flat Earth Sun A’Moving
« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2023, 03:07:52 AM »
The invisible satellites that are never seen. Except when nasa tells us we’ll see one over a state or two before it vanishes

If you take the time you can actually see various satellites in orbit.

So your opinion is based on a lie. 

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Re: Flat Earth Sun A’Moving
« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2023, 12:55:56 PM »
The invisible satellites that are never seen. Except when nasa tells us we’ll see one over a state or two before it vanishes
Except they are seen. Some, like the ISS are resolvable with binoculars, and can easily be seen.
Most others are too small to resolve from the surface of Earth, and can just be seen as bright points at night.
You don't need NASA to tell you. You can look up the data for its path, and calculate it yourself.
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Jura-Glenlivet II

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Re: Flat Earth Sun A’Moving
« Reply #4 on: October 09, 2023, 03:02:27 AM »

Several years, (well probably a decade or more) I was walking my dogs across the fields, we don’t live in a dark sky area, but the major constellations are easy to see, and you can just see the milky way on a clear moonless night.
I have been aware of the ability to see satellites after dusk since my early teens from watching “The Sky at night” on the BBC.

Anyway, as I always walk the dogs at about 7.30pm, for half the year (UK) I walk in darkness, on this occasion the skies were clear and I was walking roughly north looking up and there was a small cluster of red lights coming towards me, usually strange lights start to flash as just over the horizon there is an airfield that serves small planes and helicopters but these were steady, high and very red.
ALIENS!

They came directly over me and disappeared south, getting home I went online and after a few false starts found one of the satellite tracking websites and it turned out there was a constellation of Italian geo-survey/military satellites coming over at that time, it didn’t mention red so I surmised that it was either the light being reflect as red due to dust/Raleigh scattering or they were made by Ferrari.

The point being that I didn’t specifically look for these but on investigation they could be found although with a bit of digging. Anyone can do this, just announcing “invisible satellites that are never seen.” Is just lazy and ill informed.
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Re: Flat Earth Sun A’Moving
« Reply #5 on: October 10, 2023, 12:21:56 PM »
You can look up the data for its path, and calculate it yourself.
I strongly doubt that claim. Not that it's possible, just that he can do it.

Re: Flat Earth Sun A’Moving
« Reply #6 on: October 14, 2023, 04:35:46 AM »
The invisible satellites that are never seen. Except when nasa tells us we’ll see one over a state or two before it vanishes

Open your eyes and you will see, Tsurdumbium.