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06-09-2019, 09:41 PM #31
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Free speech.
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06-09-2019, 10:10 PM #32
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06-10-2019, 04:40 AM #33
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(6 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
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Free speech.

"Free speech" is your motivation for participating in a thread?
Uh. I don't think so.

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06-10-2019, 05:06 AM #34
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That is priceless ! They discredit themselves, without our help !!!!!!! rofl.gif
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06-10-2019, 07:40 AM #35
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When I was a child we crossed the pacific Ocean twice going to and from Japan.

As we got closer to our destinations, we could see the port. It was not visible until we got within whatever number of miles it would take to see it. I'm guessing 10 or 20 miles. It's unlikely that the earth has changed its shape too much since then. IOW the world was round then and it's round now.

Don't get lost in the weeds on this. Everyone on the ship saw what I saw if they were on deck. Every other shiips' voyages produces the same result.There are no exceptions unless there is heavy fog or something blocking he vision. Until you can explain this - and you can't without doing double back flips, you'll need to adjust your view on this matter.
06-10-2019, 02:23 PM #36
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(6 hours ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:  When I was a child we crossed the pacific Ocean twice going to and from Japan.

As we got closer to our destinations, we could see the port. It was not visible until we got within whatever number of miles it would take to see it. I'm guessing 10 or 20 miles. It's unlikely that the earth has changed its shape too much since then. IOW the world was round then and it's round now.

Don't get lost in the weeds on this. Everyone on the ship saw what I saw if they were on deck. Every other shiips' voyages produces the same result.There are no exceptions unless there is heavy fog or something blocking he vision. Until you can explain this - and you can't without doing double back flips, you'll need to adjust your view on this matter.

Didn't you have binoculars with you?
Professional photographers have captured targets well beyond the alleged curve.
The formula, which I have stated earlier, calls for a drop of 8 inches times miles squared.
The tallest building in Chicago, around 1450 feet if I recall, should be completely hidden by the curve.
8x(50x50) = 21632÷12= 1802.666

I hardly think that spherical trigonometry is going "into the weeds."

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06-10-2019, 02:41 PM #37
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1800 FEET of curvature over 52 miles ???????????? That would make the Earth no bigger than Texas !


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06-10-2019, 02:44 PM #38
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(Yesterday, 10:10 PM)anonymous knitter Wrote:  



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rofl.gif They funny !
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06-10-2019, 03:33 PM #39
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(49 minutes ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 10:10 PM)anonymous knitter Wrote:  



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rofl.gif  They funny !

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they are extremely butthurt tho if you don't take them serious chuckle.gif
06-10-2019, 03:36 PM #40
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(54 minutes ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  1800 FEET of curvature over 52 miles ???????????? That would make the Earth no bigger than Texas !


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I see. You refuse to do the math. And then you giggle. hmm
Well, ok. Now we know where you stand. Ignorant and silly.

As for the gyroscope video, it's a device that seeks orientation. So you're saying airplanes use it to nose downwards constantly to keep a steady altitude above the surface?

And how about airplanes landing on a north-south runway? Let's say in Chicago. The earth is moving roughly 500 mph west-to-east at that latitude. The airplane is decreasing speed from around 500 mph. So the pilot must compensate for a runway sliding 500 mph eastwards under him as he lands.

I will stand for correction.
06-10-2019, 03:42 PM #41
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06-10-2019, 05:13 PM #42
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(1 hour ago)grav Wrote:  
(2 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  1800 FEET of curvature over 52 miles ???????????? That would make the Earth no bigger than Texas !


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I see. You refuse to do the math. And then you giggle. hmm
Well, ok. Now we know where you stand. Ignorant and silly.

As for the gyroscope video, it's a device that seeks orientation. So you're saying airplanes use it to nose downwards constantly to keep a steady altitude above the surface?

And how about airplanes landing on a north-south runway? Let's say in Chicago. The earth is moving roughly 500 mph west-to-east at that latitude. The airplane is decreasing speed from around 500 mph. So the pilot must compensate for a runway sliding 500 mph eastwards under him as he lands.

I will stand for correction.
I did do the math and have found you to be quite rude !
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06-10-2019, 05:22 PM #43
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(1 hour ago)anonymous knitter Wrote:  
(2 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 10:10 PM)anonymous knitter Wrote:  



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rofl.gif  They funny !

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they are extremely butthurt tho if you don't take them serious  chuckle.gif

I just found that out !    chuckle.gif
06-10-2019, 05:31 PM #44
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The astronauts on the space station see this...how can anybody debunk that curvature?

06-10-2019, 06:50 PM #45
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(1 hour ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  The astronauts on the space station see this...how can anybody debunk that curvature?

https://youtu.be/GDA6584gt6Y

oh, my goodness. What crappy cgi.
After all these years, they still can't match Hollywood's special effects?
Hint: they can but don't.
The freemason code of "honor" requires that we be allowed to see the truth as well as the truckloads of bs.


İmage

1. clouds don't move during the 5-hour transit
2. size of the US is wrong -- at 3000 miles wide, it should be 3/8th the diameter of the blue sphere (8000 miles)
3. moon is 2-dimensionally flat and does not rotate clockwise as advertised by Nasa
4. moon travels in a straight line while the EPIC "geostationary" satellite maintained an amazing fixed position
5. earth exhibits a curious pareidolia in the appearance of an angry clown with one eye closed and the other one open and baleful (the dark object off the coast of California)
Overall, a slipshod product, its many glaring peculiarities a test of human discernment.



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