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Flat Earth General / Re: How far was it from the Sun to the Moon ?
« Last post by JHelzer on Today at 10:33:45 PM »
Why your beliefs of the 2500-3000 miles altitude "measurements" could be accurate more than my crazy thoughts of existence of other suns and them having variable heights relatively to periods of days/weeks/months? This is the same types of beliefs as spheroid earth!
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I don't have much of the personal real evidence: only videos and comments on the internet as possible clues and hints.
My assumption is that suns also have variable sizes, irradiances, brightnesses, so as the moons and some of the stars, and, mine most crazy one - planets. I was perhaps wrong about quantity of suns: it's less than 50!

Almost all the sky objects, if not all, are definitely artificial. These objects presumably are working because of highly-advanced holographic shells(disc of the sun, face of the moon) with a projector supposedly located within the shell. Don't ask me yet who made them - i just can't say 'i know', i only have assumptions ...

Holy cow!  I just love this forum.
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Here is a wikipedia quote on the same subject...
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While gravitation causes acceleration and movement of the Earth's fluid oceans, gravitational coupling between the Moon and Earth's solid body is mostly elastic and plastic. The result is a further tidal effect of the Moon on the Earth that causes a bulge of the solid portion of the Earth nearest the Moon that acts as a torque in opposition to the Earth's rotation. This "drains" angular momentum and rotational kinetic energy from Earth's spin, slowing the Earth's rotation. That angular momentum, lost from the Earth, is transferred to the Moon in a process (confusingly known as tidal acceleration), which lifts the Moon into a higher orbit and results in its lower orbital speed about the Earth. Thus the distance between Earth and Moon is increasing, and the Earth's spin is slowing in reaction. Measurements from laser reflectors left during the Apollo missions (lunar ranging experiments) have found that the Moon's distance increases by 38 mm (1.5 in) per year (roughly the rate at which human fingernails grow). Atomic clocks also show that Earth's day lengthens by about 15 microseconds every year.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon#Tidal_effects

Did you notice that the Moon moves away from Earth the same amount that human fingernails grow? What a coincidence!!!

Not really.  As the distance between the Moon and the Earth increases, the effect of tital acceleration decreases so in millions of years the Moon's yearly increase in distance will be less then a human finger nail grows.  Dang it!  Probability again.
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... the Sun and Moon appear to be the same size from earth and fit perfectly into each other during the Solar Eclipse. The official scientific reason for this is that it is a coincidence.

Coincidence is an interesting way of putting it.  Probability is the word I would choose.  Look at this...
Quote from: David Doran
At present, the Moon gets 3.8 cm further away from Earth every year, and it was much closer to Earth in prehistoric times.
https://www.spaceanswers.com/solar-system/will-the-moon-ever-leave-earths-orbit/

For millions of years the moon has appeared to be larger than the sun and for millions of years into the future the moon will appear to be smaller than the sun.  At some point in the cosmic time line it must appear the same size.  That is not coincidence; that's probability.
Measurements disagree.

What measurements? Helzer was 100% right on. The moon is moving away from the Earth and will continue to do so. (at a slow pace) That is why it used to look larger and will eventually look smaller.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Soliloquies
« Last post by Jura-Glenlivet on Today at 09:54:22 PM »
So, in our attempt to find really cool places to visit, we ended up in Sintra Portugal. If you like weird architecture (see Pena Palace below)

 

Moorish castles, gardens dedicated to to the Templar’s and plenty of history whilst being baked by the sun, go there. The Portuguese are friendly without being intrusive and the food & wine is wonderful.

We run on complete news black out while abroad so it wasn't until we got back that we saw that Trumps brown-shirts had drawn first blood and that IS inspired retards had committed  their sad acts, so the world goes on. 
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... the Sun and Moon appear to be the same size from earth and fit perfectly into each other during the Solar Eclipse. The official scientific reason for this is that it is a coincidence.

Coincidence is an interesting way of putting it.  Probability is the word I would choose.  Look at this...
Quote from: David Doran
At present, the Moon gets 3.8 cm further away from Earth every year, and it was much closer to Earth in prehistoric times.
https://www.spaceanswers.com/solar-system/will-the-moon-ever-leave-earths-orbit/

For millions of years the moon has appeared to be larger than the sun and for millions of years into the future the moon will appear to be smaller than the sun.  At some point in the cosmic time line it must appear the same size.  That is not coincidence; that's probability.
Measurements disagree.
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... the Sun and Moon appear to be the same size from earth and fit perfectly into each other during the Solar Eclipse. The official scientific reason for this is that it is a coincidence.

Coincidence is an interesting way of putting it.  Probability is the word I would choose.  Look at this...
Quote from: David Doran
At present, the Moon gets 3.8 cm further away from Earth every year, and it was much closer to Earth in prehistoric times.
https://www.spaceanswers.com/solar-system/will-the-moon-ever-leave-earths-orbit/

For millions of years the moon has appeared to be larger than the sun and for millions of years into the future the moon will appear to be smaller than the sun.  At some point in the cosmic time line it must appear the same size.  That is not coincidence; that's probability.

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Game of Thrones
« Last post by garygreen on Today at 08:46:36 PM »
i hated the last episode.  i hate faux-suspense.  it was like 70 minutes of oh they're almost dead oh now they're REALLY almost dead omg now they're SO CLOSE to being dead holy shit look how close to death they all are i wonder if they can get any closer to death OH WOW SO CLOSE TO DEATH NOW I WONDER IF THEY'LL MAKE IT

[insert deus ex machina here]

OMG THEY MADE IT WHEW CLOSE ONE
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If the sun is the same size as the moon, where does it get all it's energy from?
Why hasn't it already burned up all it's fuel?
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This wouldn't be nearly as interesting if there was actual evidence for any of this. (don't bother linking the half-baked videos you've already posted)
It depends on a person. Some, religious or not, people( like me) will be amazed by this hypothesis and " half-baked" videos, and will start to question whether it's real or not. So as i wrote it before, i'm beginning to believe it's more to the truth than ever, but i'm still tiny bit, unnoticeably, skeptical.

The video you posted of the sun supposedly rising from a body of water was so off the mark. Fake Suns? Why? How? Any evidence? Lizard people?? Again, any evidence? .enomai
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This wouldn't be nearly as interesting if there was actual evidence for any of this. (don't bother linking the half-baked videos you've already posted)
It depends on a person. Some, religious or not, people( like me) will be amazed by this hypothesis and " half-baked" videos, and will start to question whether it's real or not. So as i wrote it before, i'm beginning to believe it's more to the truth than ever, but i'm still tiny bit, unnoticeably, skeptical.
There's probably a better thread to put this in, but I would think you would appreciate this some Hmmm. http://i.imgur.com/VHcCgPe.mp4

Also, it seems rather difficult to be 'unnoticeably skeptical' as that would imply your skepticism isn't enough to be noticeable no? My problem with your videos is they tend to have at least one gaping hole in them, or obviously wrong piece of information, that leaves me skeptical they could even be close to the mark with anything else.