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Do you support these questions in that they prove the Earth is round?

Yes
2 (22.2%)
Kind of no
0 (0%)
No
6 (66.7%)
Kind of yes
1 (11.1%)

Total Members Voted: 8

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Offline rabinoz

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Re: Are you stupid?
« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2017, 08:52:20 PM »
3: Where is the south pole? There are pictures. And don't you dare say they are fake. Your map says the south pole doesn't exist.
The South Pole does not exist.

What a negative useless way to answer an apparent newcomer!

You categorically state "The South Pole does not exist." with no evidence and quoting no sources other than your own dubious authority!

Maybe you should have been more circumspect are said that you, personally do not believe that the South Pole exists.
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And it is not just Tom Bishop, but at least two more Flat Earth believers that have continental layouts that include a South Pole.

You really have a lot to learn about even the Flat Earth.

A'chem I never said the South Pole didn't exist. It does.

I do believe that I was answering totallackey and not you.

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Junker, really
« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2017, 09:22:59 PM »
Junker. Just tell me. You are saying every one of my questions have been answered in the FAQ or Wiki. But only 3 are.

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Re: Explain these things
« Reply #22 on: February 09, 2017, 10:04:11 PM »
You are saying every one of my questions have been answered in the FAQ or Wiki. But only 3 are.

Where did I say all of your questions have been answered in the FAQ/wiki? They've all been discussed before. Additionally, you edited your original post and added questions, and appear to want whatever I said to apply retroactively. Not a good way to get questions answered.

I'll suggest again that you read the FAQ and wiki, and post any questions you still have or want to discuss. I'll again recommend  discussing one or two topics at a time.
Please make sure to check out these resources to ensure that your time at tfes.org is enjoyable and productive.

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You're doing God's work, junker.

Re: Explain these things
« Reply #23 on: February 09, 2017, 10:17:44 PM »
"How would the atmosphere work?"

lol

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I already did
« Reply #24 on: February 10, 2017, 12:58:48 AM »
I already did read the FAQ and Wiki, now please leave me alone

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Please don't just deny
« Reply #25 on: February 10, 2017, 01:04:42 AM »
1: If Earth is moving down very fast wouldn't planes not be able to take off? Same with Helicopters

Wth are you writing about?
2: Humans would be crushed.
Wth are you writing about?
3: Where is the south pole? There are pictures. And don't you dare say they are fake. Your map says the south pole doesn't exist.
The South Pole does not exist.

If you are going to just deny stuff and say it is a hoax I suggest moving to better places to do that. The south pole clearly exists. Why do the aurora Borealis's occur around the the south pole as well as the north pole if there is only 1 pole.

Are you going to double dare or even triple dog dare me now?
4: What is on the other side of the Earth?
I do not know.
5: Why when you dig down it gets hotter.
Dirt is a good insulator.
6: How would plate tectonics work?
Seems there are pockets under the crust on which individual bits of land can slip and slide.
7: Why when you are in a plane you can see the curviture of the Earth?
You can't.
8: How would the atmosphere work?
Wth are you writing about?
9: Would the Sun even be able to heat the Earth?
Why not?

Re: Please don't just deny
« Reply #26 on: February 10, 2017, 11:57:53 AM »
The south pole clearly exists. Why do the aurora Borealis's occur around the the south pole as well as the north pole if there is only 1 pole.

You are of the opinion it clearly exists, as are many others.

Aurora Australis are certainly not as frequent and the fact they exist is no indication of the shape of the Earth.

Aurora are actually documented to have occurred on every spot of the Earth, even the equator.

You did not even address the other points, so I take that as the conversation is over.