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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by Tom Bishop on January 22, 2023, 07:32:07 PM »
This is the fallacy of "Trust the Science" and appeals to authority:

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by Tom Bishop on January 22, 2023, 07:19:10 PM »
Exclaiming that none of the articles have vax status might be hyperbole.

I didn't claim none. Just the ones I checked where there was no mention of vax status. Pretty simple really.

You specifically claimed that you checked the ten articles before and ten articles after. You lied.

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Claiming that you checked the ten articles before and the ten articles after is not. That is a blatant lie of claiming to do something you did not do to try to win your argument.
And how exactly did you determine this?

You claimed it publicly on the forum here:

It's pretty clear you're the one doing the lying. You found one. Good for you. I checked the news stories for the 10 before yours and the 10 after. No mention of vaccine status. Zero.

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And I have a really simple question for you. The author claims that the 1600+ listed were killed or harmed by the "COVID Injection". Do you believe that claim to be:

TRUE
or
FALSE

I bet dollars to donuts that you won't answer the question.

The author does not specifically claim that all people died because of the vaccine. This is another lie from you. The author gives the deaths as a reason to be suspicious of the vaccination program.

The author concedes in the first paragraph on the page that it is possible that not all of the people listed were vaccinated: "While it is possible this can happen to people who did not get a COVID vaccine, the sheer numbers clearly point to the only obvious cause."

Please refrain from making blatant lies if you wish to engage in any meaningful discussion.
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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Phases of Venus & Lunar Eclipses on Other Planets
« Last post by stack on January 22, 2023, 04:29:50 PM »
This may be of some interest (2018):

For the First Time, Physicists Accelerated Light Beams in Curved Space in the Lab
The successful experiment "opens the doors to a new avenue of study in the field of accelerating beams."

Physicists have demonstrated accelerating light beams on flat surfaces, where acceleration has caused the beams to follow curved trajectories. However, a new experiment has pushed the boundaries of what's possible to demonstrate in a lab. For the first time in an expeirment, physicists have demonstrated an accelerating light beam in curved space. Instead of traveling along a geodesic trajectory (the shortest path on a curved surface) it bends away from this trajectory due to the acceleration.

Paper referenced in the article:
Observation of Accelerating Wave Packets in Curved Space
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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Phases of Venus & Lunar Eclipses on Other Planets
« Last post by Pete Svarrior on January 22, 2023, 10:15:34 AM »
I'm sorry that you, too, are only fidning out how this place works after being here for more than a year. The Internet is a large place - I'm sure you can find a place more suitable for those who aren't looking for debate, but tuition. Maybe try Quora or Reddit?
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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Phases of Venus & Lunar Eclipses on Other Planets
« Last post by Gonzo on January 21, 2023, 10:30:00 PM »
It just seems a bit odd to decry a new poster asking questions by saying 'do your research' when there's not much out there on EA, especially whether or not if affects over celestial bodies.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« Last post by Lord Dave on January 20, 2023, 02:05:17 PM »
Oh hey, Trump lost the lawsuit against Hillary and now owes almost $1 million.

https://mastodon.social/@mmasnick/109719522254200593
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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Phases of Venus & Lunar Eclipses on Other Planets
« Last post by Pete Svarrior on January 20, 2023, 09:17:29 AM »
Where should people be reading up on this sort of subject, Pete?
We don't prescribe sources; that's what the other team does. I reckon the Wiki is a good start, but you might have to build up from there. FE resources are plentiful, and it'll probably take you a few months (assuming you're not abandoning your life and pursuing FE research full-time; I'd advise against that) before you're ready for a mature debate forum.
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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Phases of Venus & Lunar Eclipses on Other Planets
« Last post by Gonzo on January 20, 2023, 09:02:33 AM »
Where should people be reading up on this sort of subject, Pete?
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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Phases of Venus & Lunar Eclipses on Other Planets
« Last post by Pete Svarrior on January 20, 2023, 08:56:00 AM »
Pete, with all due respect, I understand. The problem is that I can't find my answer to both of those questions anywhere.
You don't understand at all. The problem is that I don't care if you didn't manage to read up. You'll need to sort it out before you can post here. I've been nice enough not to start booting your posts to the trash forum yet, because I want to give you a fair chance, but there are limits to our hospitality.
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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Phases of Venus & Lunar Eclipses on Other Planets
« Last post by Everette Graham on January 20, 2023, 04:29:00 AM »
Irrelevant. I already explained to you what the prerequisites to posting here are.

Pete, with all due respect, I understand. The problem is that I can't find my answer to both of those questions anywhere. I was assuming that you would know, considering you know a lot about this.