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December 01, 2018, 10:01:11 AM
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As you can see, the earth is not flat, but very well-rounded. qed

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December 01, 2018, 02:44:51 PM
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As you can see, the earth is not flat, but very well-rounded. qed

~nice earth rounded bottom~

about time someone posted a worthwhile meme in here....cheers m8

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December 01, 2018, 05:08:33 PM
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As you can see, the earth is not flat, but very well-rounded. qed



I did not know I liked Iceland and Greenland so much.  LOL
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December 01, 2018, 05:36:09 PM
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As you can see, the earth is not flat, but very well-rounded. qed



I did not know I liked Iceland and Greenland so much.  LOL

Looks like unseasonably warm weather for Sweden & Finland.
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December 01, 2018, 05:40:15 PM
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Wow, Portugal is so in good place!
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December 01, 2018, 06:13:37 PM
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Nice lol

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December 01, 2018, 10:24:40 PM
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Why do they keep drawing some lines and claim the water is ''flat'' Have they actually measured to see it's not actually flat?

In addition to the gravity of the moon, the water actually "bulges" at the center due to the spin of the earth.

It has a measurable effect.   But you need something more sensitive than a 1970s ruler.  Smiley

No, they have not measured it.  They rely on what they read. 



We do not need to, because we see with our own eyes.

It is obvious that in the end of 2018 you're still no.1 on the list and your bro sirazimuth is following right behind.

Bonus video and a lesson for knucklehead no.1(vod) and no.2(sirazimuth) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9BvIy_JLYM
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Bonus video for all others(latest nasa inventions-one small step for man...reveals a giant fraud for mankind), enjoy:
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Meanwhile latest flat earth news, check it out:
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December 01, 2018, 11:18:41 PM
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Why do they keep drawing some lines and claim the water is ''flat'' Have they actually measured to see it's not actually flat?

In addition to the gravity of the moon, the water actually "bulges" at the center due to the spin of the earth.

It has a measurable effect.   But you need something more sensitive than a 1970s ruler.  Smiley

No, they have not measured it.  They rely on what they read. 



We do not need to, because we see with our own eyes.


Son of a gun. Seeing with our own eyes is precisely the reason we need scientific explanation.

Which is larger?


Look at more - http://brainden.com/visual-illusions.htm.

Do you have connecting rooms with Batwoman? Or are you across the hall?

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December 01, 2018, 11:37:56 PM
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Why anyone would think that NASA is showing us all the absolute truth. Watch this:

NASA - Busted! Huge Green Screen, Wires and Harnesses at Nasa Facility

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBRUye7-ml0


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December 02, 2018, 12:06:35 AM
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Bonus video and a lesson for knucklehead no.1(vod) and no.2(sirazimuth)


Being a knucklehead in the eyes of a loony..that's fine by me.. I'd actually be worried if he agreed with me tbh.
I'm a little disappointed I'm relegated to no. 2 though. I'm no match for vod I guess...

Hey are all the vids "bonus" now or what? That actually means none are bonus you silly fool.
Well whatever, I don't bother clicking on them anyway... The 1st one was funny, now they just bore the phuck outta me....

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December 02, 2018, 02:11:10 AM
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EXPERIMENTAL SETUP:

a. standing at the shore,
b. (preferably) a modded Nikon P1000 infrared camera in hand, a tripod in the other,
c. photographing a lighthouse at a known distance of ten (10) miles,
d. all of the water in-between including the shore and the base of the lighthouse visible in the viewfinder,
e. the horizon line also visible above and behind the base of the lighthouse.



CONCLUSIONS:

1. The distance to the horizon on a globe is about three (~3) miles,
2. on a globe you know ships sail up, over and behind a curved horizon of water about three (~3) miles away,
3. NASA shows us "images" of a globe Earth and curved water from "outer space",
4. the Sun and Moon are round,
5. the shadows on the Moon and from sticks in the ground prove your ancestors were flying monkeys that hatched from dinosaur eggs if you don't check your assumptions.



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December 02, 2018, 03:53:52 AM
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d. all of the water in-between including the shore and the base of the lighthouse visible in the viewfinder,

Speaking of which, why do lighthouses tend to be built on tall cliffs/rocks and tend to be tall towers? Doesn't make sense on flat earth.

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December 02, 2018, 07:08:57 PM
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d. all of the water in-between including the shore and the base of the lighthouse visible in the viewfinder,

Speaking of which, why do lighthouses tend to be built on tall cliffs/rocks and tend to be tall towers? Doesn't make sense on flat earth.

So the confusion in your mind (implied but not established) about how perspective works somehow discredits a horizon greater than ten miles away, when it can only be three on a globe?

A lighthouses height makes sense if you understand perspective on a plane. The globe theorist knowingly conflates perspective, convergence and a litany of atmospheric effects with the theorized effects from curvature because, the optical effects in mathematical terms are a close (but not perfect) match. After doing this the theorists who know they are in error, start a gas-lighting campaign and go "Duhhh, what's perspective?", "Of-coarse objects get smaller as they go father away!", "You could see London from New York if it were flat!", "Refraction causes the horizon to rise!", "Boats sail over the curve!", "NASA proves images from space on TV!".

On a plane,



the ground is perpendicular to the viewer,



however it rises optically to the vanishing point,



at eye level,



and objects traverse a vertical distance optically,



as they physically move away horizontally,
to converge at the optical vanishing point.



If you raise the viewers eye level, then it takes more physical horizontal ground to traverse the optical vertical distance to the higher level and thus, the viewer can see farther.

If you're too stupid to learn about perspective on a plane (or are just a liar) and insist on error, then you need to find a gas oven and get the fuck inside.
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December 02, 2018, 07:49:06 PM
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d. all of the water in-between including the shore and the base of the lighthouse visible in the viewfinder,

Speaking of which, why do lighthouses tend to be built on tall cliffs/rocks and tend to be tall towers? Doesn't make sense on flat earth.

So the confusion in your mind (implied but not established) about how perspective works somehow discredits a horizon greater than ten miles away, when it can only be three on a globe?

None of this perspective bullshit matters for a lighthouse. On flat earth you would have a direct line of sight to the light on top of the lighthouse whether it's placed right on the beach or 100 feet above sea level.

Seems like people hundreds of years ago figured out something that you still can't grasp today. Yes, I know, oven, rope, etc. Can I jump off a cliff next to a lighthouse?

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December 02, 2018, 08:02:35 PM
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Can I jump off a cliff next to a lighthouse?
dun do it bro. what would become of Mrs moon and the little moons?
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December 02, 2018, 09:38:24 PM
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Can I jump off a cliff next to a lighthouse?
dun do it bro. what would become of Mrs moon and the little moons?

If he could make it look like he was pushed, they would get the insurance.

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December 02, 2018, 10:14:05 PM
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d. all of the water in-between including the shore and the base of the lighthouse visible in the viewfinder,

Speaking of which, why do lighthouses tend to be built on tall cliffs/rocks and tend to be tall towers? Doesn't make sense on flat earth.

So the confusion in your mind (implied but not established) about how perspective works somehow discredits a horizon greater than ten miles away, when it can only be three on a globe?

None of this perspective bullshit matters for a lighthouse. On flat earth you would have a direct line of sight to the light on top of the lighthouse whether it's placed right on the beach or 100 feet above sea level.

Seems like people hundreds of years ago figured out something that you still can't grasp today. Yes, I know, oven, rope, etc. Can I jump off a cliff next to a lighthouse?


Would you not want the light house to be up high no matter if you were on the globe or plane?  For example, take a light pole in the distance, it appears to shrink and the light at top would get nearer and nearer the ground the further away you were from it.  This happens on a ball or a plane.  With water swells, waves and such would it not be an advantage for the lighthouse to be high in both situations?  You would also be able to see the lighthouse from further out in both situations the higher it is. 
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December 02, 2018, 10:35:44 PM
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d. all of the water in-between including the shore and the base of the lighthouse visible in the viewfinder,

Speaking of which, why do lighthouses tend to be built on tall cliffs/rocks and tend to be tall towers? Doesn't make sense on flat earth.

So the confusion in your mind (implied but not established) about how perspective works somehow discredits a horizon greater than ten miles away, when it can only be three on a globe?

None of this perspective bullshit matters for a lighthouse. On flat earth you would have a direct line of sight to the light on top of the lighthouse whether it's placed right on the beach or 100 feet above sea level.

Seems like people hundreds of years ago figured out something that you still can't grasp today. Yes, I know, oven, rope, etc. Can I jump off a cliff next to a lighthouse?


You're a fucking retarded idiot (or more likely a liar) that can't/won't understand perspective (and convergence) on a plane.

It should be fucking obvious to anybody that you've change the quoted subject from proof and distance to the horizon to another topic in an attempt to derail and confuse the situation. You really need to go kill yourself for being a retarded idiot or an intellectually dishonest sack of shit whatever the case may be.









All these fucking people claiming the globe, their response to proof the earth is flat is changing the subject and gas-lighting the shit out of you.
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December 02, 2018, 11:11:16 PM
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d. all of the water in-between including the shore and the base of the lighthouse visible in the viewfinder,

Speaking of which, why do lighthouses tend to be built on tall cliffs/rocks and tend to be tall towers? Doesn't make sense on flat earth.

So the confusion in your mind (implied but not established) about how perspective works somehow discredits a horizon greater than ten miles away, when it can only be three on a globe?

None of this perspective bullshit matters for a lighthouse. On flat earth you would have a direct line of sight to the light on top of the lighthouse whether it's placed right on the beach or 100 feet above sea level.

Seems like people hundreds of years ago figured out something that you still can't grasp today. Yes, I know, oven, rope, etc. Can I jump off a cliff next to a lighthouse?


You're a fucking retarded idiot (or more likely a liar) that can't/won't understand perspective (and convergence) on a plane.

It should be fucking obvious to anybody that you've change the quoted subject from proof and distance to the horizon to another topic in an attempt to derail and confuse the situation. You really need to go kill yourself for being a retarded idiot or an intellectually dishonest sack of shit whatever the case may be.









All these fucking people claiming the globe, their response to proof the earth is flat is changing the subject and gas-lighting the shit out of you.

You realize you spend way too much time in here instead of real life and you are not even getting anything from it.

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December 03, 2018, 01:01:42 AM
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The Earth is flat and motionless.




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