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4 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

But you haven't answered my question as to why you think planes land upside down in Australia, and what makes you think that?

Is it not on/near the bottom of a 66.6 degree tilted sphere?

 

The camera was one foot over the water in the above clip.

 

Thanks Grump.

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The “Nature of Reality” forum was recently hosting a thread where heated discussion was taking place regarding our plane, “a flat, nonrotating Earth” as nasa themselves reference multiple times in mul

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25 minutes ago, amy G said:

Is it not on/near the bottom of a 66.6 degree tilted sphere?

 

Well, I guess it depends on what perspective you look at the 'globe'.

 

Which way is 'up'? Which way is down?

 

From @peter's perspective, he might be wondering why us folks in the northern hemisphere aren't falling off into space, or why our planes don't land upside down here.

 

Can I just ask if you've ever travelled by plane yourself?

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Well, I guess it depends on what perspective you look at the 'globe'.

 

Which way is 'up'? Which way is down?

 

From @peter's perspective, he might be wondering why us folks in the northern hemisphere aren't falling off into space, or why our planes don't land upside down here.

 

Can I just ask if you've ever travelled by plane yourself?

Please, I get that, take the point from anywhere on Earth from the perspective of space. Planes and large cruise ships should be visible to the satellites in low earth orbit armed with nasa cameras based on the detailed images I am able to capture of the "bottom point" of the Moon.

 

And what a day!

 

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54 minutes ago, amy G said:

All the reasons listed, but especially how brilliantly I can capture minute details of an object that is supposedly 240,000 miles away while the satellites in low earth orbit as depicted by cartoons in @serpentine's thread and the space shuttle/iss which are only a few hundred miles from the earth's surface cannot do the same.

 

 

Astronomers got over the excitement of realising the shape and diameter of the Earth a while ago and monitoring space debris is a mundane affair that may involve the military so pictures are not of primary importance. The size, speed, trajectory and destination of the object is.

 

A sophisticated space radar system might be desirable for future Moonshots/Marshots/spacestation's but with objects whizzing along at several miles per second it would have to be linked to automatic rocket firing to be meaningful in the saving lives department.

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5 hours ago, amy G said:

For further reference, consider we are told we can watch the ISS, which is similar in size to larger commercial aircraft, flying about at over 17,000 mph.

https://iili.io/2rF1st.jpg

At the end of the day, not only should we be seeing incredible video of planes landing upside down in Australia, we should be watching live video of planes and cruise ships moving in all kinds of crazy directions all around our flying, spinning sphere.

 

I hope that made sense.

lets be blunt here , what fucking shit , if you can't see what is fundamentally wrong with that pic you need watching .

The fact that you posted it speaks volumes and yes it dose make a lot of sense (to idiots) and to your motives,a few numbers in the form of measurements in no way increases the legitimacy of this crap. Extra marks though for something new (however stupid) instead of the same old tired shit over and over and over again

 

5 hours ago, amy G said:

I am sorry for you that you are sick of it, but facts are facts and I will not stop with my camera until the mods decide that they do not want original research on this forum. I hope you understand

Facts are facts (in your eyes not mine) , personally I got it the first time I don't have to be told the same shit again and again, come up with something new for christ sake. You call it research, in my book that is a rather liberal use of the term  

I think I will take a picture of the pile of wood I cut yesterday with my new chain saw and put that up as to why the earth is a sphere

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Well, I guess it depends on what perspective you look at the 'globe'.

 

Which way is 'up'? Which way is down?

 

From @peter's perspective, he might be wondering why us folks in the northern hemisphere aren't falling off into space, or why our planes don't land upside down here.

 

Can I just ask if you've ever travelled by plane yourself?

 

 

No I have never wondered that ,Mr Malcontent , please credit me with what little brains I do have🤪

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17 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

 

If 'FE-believers' then it MUST also be 'Globe-believers', thank you.

That's just playing with words. 

I was trying to explain the use of the word Globalist on this thread as opposed to the general meaning of the word. 

Flat Earther - Baller... etc. 

Just words to explain a person's position. 

BC 

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7 hours ago, zArk said:

another curve bending telescopic camera or..... is ... it?

 

We have been camping down here for awhile and have yet to find anywhere where the water is curving around a sphere anywhere near the 8 inches per mile squared that is demanded by the heliocentric cult. I can find boat after boat, day after day that are clearly not visible to observers on the beach, yet are right there for all to see, right on top of the water, and miles beyond where the geometric horizon must exist if we were flying through space on this incredible ride.

 

And here is another beautiful sunrise that wonderfully illustrates how objects appear to get larger as they move nearer to the observer... perspective strikes again!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, amy G said:

We have been camping down here for awhile and have yet to find anywhere where the water is curving around a sphere anywhere near the 8 inches per mile squared that is demanded by the heliocentric cult. I can find boat after boat, day after day that are clearly not visible to observers on the beach, yet are right there for all to see, right on top of the water, and miles beyond where the geometric horizon must exist if we were flying through space on this incredible ride.

 

And here is another beautiful sunrise that wonderfully illustrates how objects appear to get larger as they move nearer to the observer... perspective strikes again!

 

https://youtu.be/mEX6VdRSPzg

 

 

its all very very straight forward and simple but i am sure i will be lectured on how complicated it all is with a blackboard and lots and lots of numbers

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5 hours ago, Basket Case said:

That's just playing with words. 

I was trying to explain the use of the word Globalist on this thread as opposed to the general meaning of the word. 

Flat Earther - Baller... etc. 

Just words to explain a person's position. 

BC 

er.... yeah.

My point being some epithets are clearly derogatory on either side and we should be civil and avoid such usages.

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2 hours ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

er.... yeah.

My point being some epithets are clearly derogatory on either side and we should be civil and avoid such usages.

 

Forum rules apply even when some members are behaving deviously in a persistent fashion to the detriment of the forum.

 

Flat isn't a shape it's a quality.

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19 minutes ago, serpentine said:

 

Forum rules apply even when some members are behaving deviously in a persistent fashion to the detriment of the forum.

 

Flat isn't a shape it's a quality.

um.... I don't know what you mean or allude to with that first sentence.

 

And yes I would agree that flat is a quality, but what does that have to do with the price of cat food?

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God calls the earth a circle and not a ball, as the words 'circle' and 'ball 'are both mentioned in the Bible, their Hebrew translation and meanings are different.

 

Isaiah 40:22

He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth, and its people are like grasshoppers. He stretches out the heavens like a canopy, and spreads them out like a tent to live in.

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5 minutes ago, alexa said:

God calls the earth a circle and not a ball, as the words 'circle' and 'ball 'are both mentioned in the Bible, their Hebrew translation and meanings are different.

 

Isaiah 40:22

He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth, and its people are like grasshoppers. He stretches out the heavens like a canopy, and spreads them out like a tent to live in.

 

I'm still happy I'm on a relatively level (or flat) earth and for a while I became interested in the whole biblical verification stuff (I have studied many and varied religions before now except christianity which i was bought up with -in the usual watery way), I did my usual thing of finding as many old sources, commentaries and possible verifications, including a 600 page book refuting the 'higher critics'. I started reading the bible (KJV - a fecking masonic copy of my grandfathers!) and because I research on average three or four threads at a time (currently -  history of vaccines, Antoine Bechamp,chabad lubavitch,  anything Tavistock related, and when I can FE) it is not uncommon for me to find links and crossovers in the subjects. I would be happy to point to some of my sources.

 

My current feelings are that whatever we have in religious texts, bible included has been messed with. I could see that for myself in the old testament, wow that's a f*cked up book. Not to totally dismiss the possibility that fragments of truth can be found in places, I don't think we're equipped to discern.

 

I now know the contents of a book I heard about decades ago but have never been able to track down - 'Everything you know is a lie'.

 

History, Science, Religion, you name it. F*cking lies.

 

My home is flat and stationery, that's ALL I know, everything else is at best a guess or wishful thinking.

 

Sorry for the rant.

 

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Is that you Mr G (youtube  On the level with 6 subscribers) if it is no wonder you won't let this go,as I have said before people with a vested interest etc etc

Sorry to burst your bubble but I have irrefutable evidence of a globe earth

Now if you click on the picture and zoom in you will definitely see problems concerning your FE theory.

If you look at the ends of the logs  you will see rather large cracks appearing and if you look at it logically, that indicates the cracks we see in your FE theory, I have thought about this for a long time and that is the only conclusion that is scientifically possible, and yes the logs at the bottom  are upside down and the logs at the top are moving out of frame (horizon) more proof the earth is a globe

I know less pictures please and come up with a working model, oh but wait there is a standard model that explains all that we see, that's lucky otherwise all my assumptions about the logs would be rather silly. If you like I would be more than willing to post more original research till the mods tell me to stop or this thread is hopefully closed  😉

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7 minutes ago, peter said:

If you look at the ends of the logs  you will see rather large cracks appearing and if you look at it logically, that indicates the cracks we see in your FE theory

 

Do you know how to tell the root end of a log/ trunk ? Just chuck it into the water and which ever end sinks is the root end, this reminds me of the spinning globe theory, it's rooted in everyone's mind but on the lighter side it's just a fairy tale invented by the Luciferiens.

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2 hours ago, alexa said:

 

Do you know how to tell the root end of a log/ trunk ? Just chuck it into the water and which ever end sinks is the root end, this reminds me of the spinning globe theory, it's rooted in everyone's mind but on the lighter side it's just a fairy tale invented by the Luciferiens.

you have never thrown a log into water have you

 

the laws of physics state that a floating object of uniform density will always have its center of mass as being higher than its center of buoyancy, which is why tree logs float horizontally.

Except the Old Man of the Lake that is, despite being 9-meters-long, with a diameter of about 61 cm, it’s been floating vertically for the last 120 years, and of course this will be your cherry picked example

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, peter said:

you have never thrown a log into water have you

 

the laws of physics state that a floating object of uniform density will always have its center of mass as being higher than its center of buoyancy, which is why tree logs float horizontally.

Except the Old Man of the Lake that is, despite being 9-meters-long, with a diameter of about 61 cm, it’s been floating vertically for the last 120 years, and of course this will be your cherry picked example

 

 

 

 

A log/trunk when in water, is never 100% horizontal, when floating it will always slightly sink either to the left or the right, this how one determines where the root end is.

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3 hours ago, alexa said:

 

A log/trunk when in water, is never 100% horizontal, when floating it will always slightly sink either to the left or the right, this how one determines where the root end is.

and the fact that if you are dealing with a long log one end is thicker than the other will have no bearing on the matter, maybe you would like to let me know the root end of these, I picked an old photo as it is less likely to be digitally stuffed withmainisteepinelogs.jpeg.3dbc9fddebe00305361a4a53b8be8dc8.jpeg

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6 hours ago, peter said:

and the fact that if you are dealing with a long log one end is thicker than the other will have no bearing on the matter, maybe you would like to let me know the root end of these, I picked an old photo as it is less likely to be digitally stuffed withmainisteepinelogs.jpeg.3dbc9fddebe00305361a4a53b8be8dc8.jpeg

The one at the bottom left seems a likely candidate 😄

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On 10/22/2020 at 4:58 AM, alexa said:

He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth, and its people are like grasshoppers. He stretches out the heavens like a canopy, and spreads them out like a tent to live in.

I think that should read

He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth, with a lump of 4x2 to squash it's people like grasshoppers if they stuff up

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