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Reply #300 posted 08/24/15 4:33am

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Evidence of round earth...







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Reply #301 posted 08/24/15 9:04am

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Ahhhh... Now I see why you requested that on the other thread! wink
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Reply #302 posted 08/24/15 10:09am

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NASA official says there is no video of the earth in space rotating on its axis


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Reply #303 posted 08/24/15 10:11am

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XxAxX said:

morningsong said:

XxAxX said: Pictures like this still bug the heck out of me. How does a planet not run out of water? The did that in the Thor movie.

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well, assuming the earth really IS flat it's only logical that gravity holds the water on the underside of our spinning disc of a planet, maybe whipping it upward on the side where it is not apparently 'falling off the edge' nod

fallin off is not a problem. Not when you have 100-200 foot mountain of ice holding the ocean's waters in. Do you need to see the flat earth map?

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Reply #304 posted 08/24/15 10:14am

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Funkcreep said:

XxAxX said:

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well, assuming the earth really IS flat it's only logical that gravity holds the water on the underside of our spinning disc of a planet, maybe whipping it upward on the side where it is not apparently 'falling off the edge' nod

fallin off is not a problem. Not when you have 100-200 foot mountain of ice holding the ocean's waters in. Do you need to see the flat earth map?

No, we need photographs. biggrin

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Reply #305 posted 08/24/15 10:16am

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I have to say, I'm sadly disappointed in the fine folk at the org. I really thought there was a more enlightened class of people here, people who would look at the mountain of evidence to prove a flat earth. I guess it's so hard to to undo the years and decades of indoctrination.

"It's easier to fool people that to convince them they've been fooled" - Mark Twain

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Reply #306 posted 08/24/15 10:18am

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purplethunder3121 said:

Funkcreep said:

fallin off is not a problem. Not when you have 100-200 foot mountain of ice holding the ocean's waters in. Do you need to see the flat earth map?

No, we need photographs. biggrin

they do have photo's of the 100-200 foot walls of ice

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Reply #307 posted 08/24/15 11:27am

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eek whoa.

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Reply #308 posted 08/24/15 11:31am

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XxAxX said:

eek whoa.

BINGO! now envision that all the way around keeping the oceans in.

Early explorers have told how they sailed and sailed and never did find an opening to the other side of those ice mountains. In his book "South Sea Voyages" artic and Antartic explorer Sir James Clark Ross describes how he came to the conclusion the earth to be motionless.

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Reply #309 posted 08/24/15 11:39am

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More evidence for a flat earth:

Water will always find its flatness. It cannot be curved. It cannot have a hump in it. From California to Hawaii is is 2,467 miles. Between the two states there should be a "hump" of 770 miles due to the curvature of the earth. No hump is physically possible in water. USE YOUR EYES!

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Reply #310 posted 08/24/15 11:42am

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Funkcreep said:

NASA official says there is no video of the earth in space rotating on its axis


You can't be serious. falloff

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Reply #311 posted 08/24/15 11:42am

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Funkcreep said:

More evidence for a flat earth:

Water will always find its flatness. It cannot be curved. It cannot have a hump in it. From California to Hawaii is is 2,467 miles. Between the two states there should be a "hump" of 770 miles due to the curvature of the earth. No hump is physically possible in water. USE YOUR EYES!



I have!

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Reply #312 posted 08/24/15 11:55am

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I know this will be all CGI for you, but anyway, have a look:

http://www.ustream.tv/cha...iss-stream

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Reply #313 posted 08/24/15 12:04pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Funkcreep said:

More evidence for a flat earth:

Water will always find its flatness. It cannot be curved. It cannot have a hump in it. From California to Hawaii is is 2,467 miles. Between the two states there should be a "hump" of 770 miles due to the curvature of the earth. No hump is physically possible in water. USE YOUR EYES!



I have!

LOL....find a video of that fake earth spinning...watch closesly and you'll notice the clouds don't morph lol Fake! Oh wait, prior video showed that NASA admits they have no video footage of a spinning earth. Well, try to find one anway and post it, I love science fiction!

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Reply #314 posted 08/24/15 12:05pm

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Phishanga said:

I know this will be all CGI for you, but anyway, have a look:

http://www.ustream.tv/cha...iss-stream

thanks for the link..i'll check it out

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Reply #315 posted 08/24/15 12:06pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Funkcreep said:

More evidence for a flat earth:

Water will always find its flatness. It cannot be curved. It cannot have a hump in it. From California to Hawaii is is 2,467 miles. Between the two states there should be a "hump" of 770 miles due to the curvature of the earth. No hump is physically possible in water. USE YOUR EYES!



I have!

How come there is NO hump of 770 miles? Between California and Hawaii?

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Reply #316 posted 08/24/15 12:29pm

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Show of hands everybody who wants to nominate this for Thread of the Year! I'm having a helluva time! wave
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Reply #317 posted 08/24/15 12:35pm

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NorthC said:

Show of hands everybody who wants to nominate this for Thread of the Year! I'm having a helluva time! wave

I love all the witty responses, but will somebody, anybody just answer why is there NO curvature between California and Hawaii??

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Reply #318 posted 08/24/15 12:42pm

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eek whoa.

That's so pretty. But it makes me thristy. I'm going to go get myself a glass of ice water now.

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Reply #319 posted 08/24/15 1:00pm

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Funkcreep said:

RodeoSchro said:



I have!

LOL....find a video of that fake earth spinning...watch closesly and you'll notice the clouds don't morph lol Fake! Oh wait, prior video showed that NASA admits they have no video footage of a spinning earth. Well, try to find one anway and post it, I love science fiction!



Probably because the ISS (and all other past space craft) are moving fast than the Earth. As you know, the ISS orbits the Earth several times a day. Therefore, it would be impossible for any video to exist such as what you ask. The only way we could get that kind of video would be if the ISS is stationary which, as you know is impossible.

However, there are plenty of images from the moon that show the Earth in various states of orbit. Checkmate!

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Reply #320 posted 08/24/15 1:01pm

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Funkcreep said:

NorthC said:

Show of hands everybody who wants to nominate this for Thread of the Year! I'm having a helluva time! wave

I love all the witty responses, but will somebody, anybody just answer why is there NO curvature between California and Hawaii??



You're trying to apply a conclusion from a 2-D picture to a 3-D object, that's why. Checkmate again!

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Reply #321 posted 08/24/15 1:22pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Funkcreep said:

I love all the witty responses, but will somebody, anybody just answer why is there NO curvature between California and Hawaii??



You're trying to apply a conclusion from a 2-D picture to a 3-D object, that's why. Checkmate again!

Nice attempt at dodging! the correct answer is: "I don't know, I can't answer that because I've been brainwashed from infancy about a global earth even though all the evidence points to a flat motionless earth.

Answer this....if the earth's curvature reallyexisted, don't you think there would be hundreds, thousand of famous pictures that are so cool showing the earths curvature???? How many exist....try ZERO!

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Reply #322 posted 08/24/15 1:44pm

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Funkcreep said:

RodeoSchro said:



You're trying to apply a conclusion from a 2-D picture to a 3-D object, that's why. Checkmate again!

Nice attempt at dodging! the correct answer is: "I don't know, I can't answer that because I've been brainwashed from infancy about a global earth even though all the evidence points to a flat motionless earth.

Answer this....if the earth's curvature reallyexisted, don't you think there would be hundreds, thousand of famous pictures that are so cool showing the earths curvature???? How many exist....try ZERO!



I found three! (Three million)

https://www.google.com/se...jAQZXkW_Cs

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Reply #323 posted 08/24/15 1:46pm

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Did you ever answer how it is that you can get from Tokyo to Honolulu without having to pass through Africa?

You're awesome!

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Reply #324 posted 08/24/15 2:33pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Did you ever answer how it is that you can get from Tokyo to Honolulu without having to pass through Africa?

You're awesome!

I havent' researched that one but I'm sure once I do, airline travel will be my biggest arguement..will probably take over lack of curvature! I watched a couple videos on airline travel how it makes no sense the routes they take, unless it's on a flat earth, then it makes a whole lotta sense!

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Reply #325 posted 08/24/15 2:42pm

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Funkcreep said:

RodeoSchro said:

Did you ever answer how it is that you can get from Tokyo to Honolulu without having to pass through Africa?

You're awesome!

I havent' researched that one but I'm sure once I do, airline travel will be my biggest arguement..will probably take over lack of curvature! I watched a couple videos on airline travel how it makes no sense the routes they take, unless it's on a flat earth, then it makes a whole lotta sense!



Forget airplanes. Answer how you can get from Tokyo to Honolulu in a boat without going around Africa.

Check and mate, mate!

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Reply #326 posted 08/24/15 2:51pm

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NorthC said:

Show of hands everybody who wants to nominate this for Thread of the Year! I'm having a helluva time! wave

wave biggrin

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Reply #327 posted 08/24/15 3:04pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Funkcreep said:

I havent' researched that one but I'm sure once I do, airline travel will be my biggest arguement..will probably take over lack of curvature! I watched a couple videos on airline travel how it makes no sense the routes they take, unless it's on a flat earth, then it makes a whole lotta sense!



Forget airplanes. Answer how you can get from Tokyo to Honolulu in a boat without going around Africa.

Check and mate, mate!

Just so i inderstand your question: Your saying that on a global earth, the boat trip would NOT require a trip around Africa? According to both maps (flat and global) you still have to go around Africa

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Reply #328 posted 08/24/15 4:24pm

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Funkcreep said:

RodeoSchro said:



Forget airplanes. Answer how you can get from Tokyo to Honolulu in a boat without going around Africa.

Check and mate, mate!

Just so i inderstand your question: Your saying that on a global earth, the boat trip would NOT require a trip around Africa? According to both maps (flat and global) you still have to go around Africa



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I think you'd better look at your globe again. You're so awesome!

[img:$uid]http://www.cruisetimetables.com/automaps/t/tokyo-honolulu.gif[/img:$uid]

[img:$uid]http://www.crystalcruises.com/img/cruise/map/4210.png[/img:$uid]

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Reply #329 posted 08/24/15 4:34pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Funkcreep said:

Just so i inderstand your question: Your saying that on a global earth, the boat trip would NOT require a trip around Africa? According to both maps (flat and global) you still have to go around Africa



falloff

I think you'd better look at your globe again. You're so awesome!

[img:$uid]http://www.cruisetimetables.com/automaps/t/tokyo-honolulu.gif[/img:$uid]

[img:$uid]http://www.crystalcruises.com/img/cruise/map/4210.png[/img:$uid]

thanks..i"ll be researching this.

Did you research the lighthouses? How they can be seen from 40-50 miles away from the sea?

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