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Look further into Tartaria and it almost sounds like a commies dream. I've become highly sceptical of this stuff, especially when you consider the argument of our inability to build, as is put forward by Tartarian followers. Funny, Aewar has done a full circle on this stuff. 

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Tartaria belongs to the Flat Earth Cult. A tiny group of people who want to impose their little worldview on others. Flat earth does not speak for what they understand as God. How can they speak for something that is not addressed to them? ;) But it has always been like this. 

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15 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I dunno, I wish I could get the time back that I wasted following Eric Dubay when I was younger.

 

I wish I could get back the time I spent listening to teachers indoctrination's when in school. :classic_biggrin:

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Regarding Tartaria, I don't think it's a total psyop. There is truth in it, but like I said before, the problem I have is certain content creators that attribute too much to Tartaria. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle. Some just see old Eastern architecture that they're unfamiliar with and immediately attribute it to Tartaria, that's what I find a bit bizarre. It would be interesting to watch some architecture enthusiast do a talk with one of the Tartaria folks.

 

I used to watch some Welsh guy with long hair on Youtube that made interesting Tartaria vids, but I can't remember his name now. You know me though, I like traditional aesthetics, so I mainly watched for the cool images.

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4 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Regarding Tartaria, I don't think it's a total psyop. There is truth in it, but like I said before, the problem I have is certain content creators that attribute too much to Tartaria. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle. Some just see old Eastern architecture that they're unfamiliar with and immediately attribute it to Tartaria, that's what I find a bit bizarre. It would be interesting to watch some architecture enthusiast do a talk with one of the Tartaria folks.

 

I used to watch some Welsh guy with long hair on Youtube that made interesting Tartaria vids, but I can't remember his name now. You know me though, I like traditional aesthetics, so I mainly watched for the cool images.

Martin liedtke, I watched some of his stuff, sometimes is good sometimes im not so sure.  https://www.youtube.com/@martinliedtkeFEB67/videos

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10 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Russia's Emmy TV awards gave credence to the Earth being flat, then Russia mocked the idea too. Typical playing both sides like normal.

 

There is a serious lack of discernment among the conspiracy theorist community.

I'm not really interested in conspiracy theories. I know that Flat Earth is making up its own world view. Real history is simply distorted. And I know that Flat Earth is not one of those who know certain minor Details from the perspective of the causer. Like what the true state and particularly appearance of reality is like. They simply don't know. This makes them a useful tool. Like NDEs. Tartaria is irrelevant. 

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6 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

I used to watch some Welsh guy with long hair on Youtube that made interesting Tartaria vids, but I can't remember his name now. 

 

Are you talking about Martin Liedtke goes by the name of (flat earth british) ?I've watched many of his video's he's very knowledgeable on the subject of Tartaria & the North Pole.

It was him who I got this video off;

 

https://youtu.be/iHbLQ3cTUIM

 

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12 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

Interesting though.

I can understand what it must be like not to be able to see the real thing. To be at the mercy of this crazy human system and its lies. And that system lies about what reality is, the universe, that stars are not stars, that moons are not moons, that earth is not a planet. Isn't it enough to just decide I don't care what they sell? I can't trust what they say? The truth has been corrupted by Humans and that at all levels. And the biggest lie of all is that we are alone. And the inferiority complex that the system is nothing more than insignificant that would never have made any perceptible progress without it. That something takes care of us and that we can develop independently of the human system. It's a long journey..  

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21 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Russia's Emmy TV awards gave credence to the Earth being flat, then Russia mocked the idea too. Typical playing both sides like normal.

 

There is a serious lack of discernment among the conspiracy theorist community.

 

Did you watch the Flat Earth Man's music video?

How do you explain bubbles in the space? There are many pertinent questions which need answering.

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How do you explain bubbles in the space?

 

I can't, but I don't want to jump to conclusions either as I'm convinced that certain things are seeded into certain communities so people dismiss what they say as nuts. That being said, it has been years since I gave the topic much of my time.

 

I think my gripe is that I do think there are shenanigans going on in space, like with the Apollo missions for example, but if you talk about general space conspiracies these days, people often assume that you're a flat earther.

 

Another issue is that science isn't my forte, which is why I let others that are more adept look into that topic. That's why I don't get into the vaccine agenda that much either, and instead just focus on the mass surveillance and intrusive tech that got rolled out with Covid, all I know is that I don't trust the jabs because of how badly the government treats us.

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3 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I can't, but I don't want to jump to conclusions either as I'm convinced that certain things are seeded into certain communities so people dismiss what they say as nuts. That being said, it has been years since I gave the topic much of my time.

 

I think my gripe is that I do think there are shenanigans going on in space, like with the Apollo missions for example, but if you talk about general space conspiracies these days, people often assume that you're a flat earther.

 

Another issue is that science isn't my forte, which is why I let others that are more adept look into that topic. That's why I don't get into the vaccine agenda that much either, and instead just focus on the mass surveillance and intrusive tech that got rolled out with Covid, all I know is that I don't trust the jabs because of how badly the government treats us.

 

That's fine. We all have area which interest us and that makes the community. We don't have the time to check every area in depth.

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2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

That sounds like BS.

I bet you there is already a video of a transparent vaccum chamber and someone release some air. Do we see bubbles?

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On 1/22/2023 at 11:34 AM, Morpheus said:

Look further into Tartaria and it almost sounds like a commies dream. I've become highly sceptical of this stuff, especially when you consider the argument of our inability to build, as is put forward by Tartarian followers. Funny, Aewar has done a full circle on this stuff. 

 

i'm skeptical as well

 

they sometimes point to changes in ground height as proof that the buildings are of great antiquity but ground levels do change for a number of reasons not least because the trees drop huge amounts of leaves on the ground every year that become soil. People also layer up their road and path surfaces as they erode or become shoddy adding more and more materials to existing ones.

 

its a common thing with old buildings to see damp issue inside where the vents that should allow air flow under the floor boards have been blocked up because someone at some stage has planted things outside and added compost or they have laid down some sort of paving or path materials

 

The neo-classical style of building really became popular across europe as wealthy europeans went on the 'grand tour' which is like a gap year for aristos that they would go on in the 1700's. They would travel to the corners of europe that they saw as having been the beacons of european culture like greece and rome and then they would come back to the britain with their heads filled with ideas about the kind of buildings they wanted to build

 

Architects would even use brochures that had design features in them and they would discuss these with their clients.  The entire new town of edinburgh was built in several phases of building over less than 200 years. Huge resources, huge man power, huge willpower. 

 

Just because people today sit on their bums in air conditioned offices sipping soy milkshakes it doesn't mean that our ancestors had the same level of apathy or lethargy; they got shit done!

Get yourself a handyman! Blue-collar jobs that involve heavy lifting raise men's sperm counts and testosterone levels by up to 50%, Harvard study suggests

By Caitlin Tilley, Health Reporter For Dailymail.Com

Updated: 14:32 GMT, 24 February 2023

Blue-collar jobs that involve heavy lifting really do make men more manly, a study suggests.

Those with physically demanding jobs had nearly 50 percent higher sperm concentration and total sperm count than white-collar workers.

They also had higher levels of testosterone — the sex hormone that gives men large testicles and aids in sperm production.

Lifting heavy objects - and exercise more generally - has been shown to lower inflammation in the body, which is linked to better sexual health.

Men's sperm rates have more than halved since the 1970s, which has been blamed on sedentary lifestyles and bad diets.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11786181/Blue-collar-workers-50-higher-sperm-counts-peers-Harvard-study-indicates.html

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