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Re: Questions About the Flat Earth

Post by csp on Thu Feb 09, 2017 2:42 am

Schpankme wrote:
Leinad¥ wrote:
Plato and Aristotles believed the earth was spherical
they forgot to remove the parts about the Firmament and the dome spheres

These people make theories that mimic reality
to say they forgot to remove something
out of a plan thousands of years in the making is ludicrous

There is another answer; create Men that are super geniuses from the past, who it is claimed existed 2,000 years ago (Atheism vs Theism), and who claim that every light source seen in the distance are in fact Spaceballs, illuminated by the Sun in a Heliocentric universe; and all these claims can be proof for future geniuses, "without ever proving it".

Just like "satellite images" are proof of satellites, without proving the existence of satellites.

A house of magical floating cards, with no foundation.
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Re: Questions About the Flat Earth

Post by wolfcub on Wed Feb 15, 2017 2:02 pm

Hi Everyone
Can anyone point me to a link or source where one can follow the derivation of the "curve" formula from first principles? I know the accepted rate of cuvature is "8 X the mile squared", but I haven't found where anyone has presented the whole calculation from scratch (not that I've looked to hard - thought IFERS would be a good place to ask first Smile )

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Re: Questions About the Flat Earth

Post by miangelsai on Wed Feb 15, 2017 5:48 pm

My friend , check this on youtube .

The World first Flat Earth Engineer: Unseen Discovery
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Re: Questions About the Flat Earth

Post by Wertikal on Sun Feb 26, 2017 8:20 pm

Hi

Anyone who has knowledge about "Struve Geodetic Arc"
Cannot find out how they messured it, only that the messuring and math was huge and complex.Rolling Eyes
At first i thought it only was a meridian check of some sort but it turns out that the result of this actually supports Isaac Newtons theory that the earth is not perfectly round.

If anyone has something on this please share with me.

This has been inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage Site and we all know who the ppl behind UNESCO is!

btw Newton was right, earth is not perfectly round, its perfeclty flat.
Well i will continue to investigate this, keep up the good work guys.

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What are the crater like indentions on the face of the moon?

Post by Danno25 on Fri Mar 03, 2017 12:04 am

I've been taking pictures of the moon with my P900 Nikon Cool Pix camera and the craters are quite obvious. I also noticed when I took pictures at night and then again several hours later the moon face seemed to have rotated much like a record would on a record player. I found this to be interesting and was curious as to anyone noticing this? I haven't seen very much information about that.

Thanks! Go Flat Earth!!

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Re: Questions About the Flat Earth

Post by csp on Fri Mar 03, 2017 2:17 am

Danno25 wrote:I've been taking pictures of the moon with my P900 Nikon Cool Pix camera and the craters are quite obvious. I also noticed when I took pictures at night and then again several hours later the moon face seemed to have rotated much like a record would on a record player. I found this to be interesting and was curious as to anyone noticing this? I haven't seen very much information about that.

Thanks! Go Flat Earth!!

There is a topic dedicated to the moon which discusses this, I'd suggest jumping over and posting your pictures along with your location if possible so the data can be included in our catalog.
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Re: Questions About the Flat Earth

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