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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: VFX Artists React to the Moon Landing
« on: July 14, 2021, 12:54:35 PM »
You only have to look at the Apollo 11 conference to see that not one of the team had been to the moon.

I agree with Kokorikos that maybe they just didn't like talking to the press, at that particular moment anyway.  I saw clips from the whole interview and they seemed quite animated about certain topics they were discussing.   

Generally speaking, selling new and exciting ideas to people isn't always easy.  Anything paranormal or extraordinary like the moon walks can make people feel uneasy at times.   Its a craft itself and the people need to be willing to accept it.

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I think the Gyroscopic "anti-gravity" effect is a result of spinning a metal which at high speeds creates an electro-magnietic effect at its ends which change the HydroDynamics or Space-Time properties that allow it to "levitate" and more more freely. 
    I bet if you measured the Radio waves around that weight you'd see electricity.

See these links on how UFO's use this force around there ship to create there own little space-time configuration to propel there crafts.

https://www.uaptheory.com/
https://www.uaptheory.com/geodesics/ (this talks about special relativity)

I was told UFO's use spinning mercury around there ships which might help create this electric field.. 

I'll follow-up when I have more...

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It just occured to me that if UFOs and UAPs are real,  which the US gov't is suggesting.. then it can help us understand how gravity works.   These machines can fly super fast and turn on a dime with pilots in them by eliminating momentum and transforming the very air pressure around them.

 Its like earth...  we can stand on earth as it moves in all directions and still not feel a thing.  what do they know?  Have they reversed engineered earth itself?

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thats awesome, i haven't thought of it that way..

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that was incredible...   electric universe, lol.

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Hi Guys,

I thought this image is fascinating of a "Blue Jet" lightening bolt rising through the atmosphere and making a big hole through the upper stratosphere or Dome.  The hole is clearly visible above the lightening bolt and helps show how tall the atmosphere is above the earth and how close the ISS orbits around the surface.

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Original link is here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2361229850850038/permalink/2613077068998647/?app=fbl

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this sounds good.   i also hear that you can judge the suns latitude in relation to the earth by measuring how quickley the suns light travels accross known distances and how much daylight an area exoeriences.  it should travel quicker up north and more slowly down south right?

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I still maintain that the earth is flat and looks like other galaxies.   Galaxies look flat, so I can sort of use the same logic as Planeteers.

The earth looks like galaxies? It might help you to know what galaxies actually look like - here's an ultra high resolution photo of Andromeda our nearest neighbor.

Thats a great photo.  but we haven't any photos on whats beyond the "event horizon".  To me it looks like a Flat Planet, with a central Sun, and smaller illuminating bodies or planets rotating around it

https://esahubble.org/images/heic1502a/zoomable/

Last time I checked the Earth wasn't made up of millions of stars and it definitely isn't 220,000 light-years wide.

The earth has many stars in the sky, whats at a galaxies center is less understood.
 And yes, assuming its 220,000 wide changes things a bit.  But if it was 22,000miles wide then can you see my point?  Just how sure are we of a galaxies size when looking up at the sky?
 this is the Flat Earth Society we're chatting in


What's more, not all galaxies are as neat and uniform-looking as others. Some are visibly in the middle of colliding with one another.

Not every planet is alike, same with galaxies.   As an aside, colliding galaxies are pretty amazing.  But having two Habitats slowly join doesn't sound impossible to me.


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It sounds like you believe our earth is in motion or have I got that wrong?
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Yes, I believe it spins just like our Galactic neighbors do. 

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I still maintain that the earth is flat and looks like other galaxies.   Galaxies look flat, so I can sort of use the same logic as Planeteers.

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I don't know the exact process the Sun may use external hydrogen to fuel its inner fusion reactions.   

But yes, with an internal hydrogen store, then sun needs to be big!  But if the sun is extracting hydrogen from the atmosphere (which it has in abundance) then the sun can be small and localized.




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I've been thinking about this issue lately...    Another source of energy for the earth may be the Earth itself.  When you spin a magnet then you get electricity, which is a popular way humans make electricity.

Since the Earth's rock has magnetic properties and assuming it spins, could this be a potential source of electricity?  Maybe the sun uses this electricity to fuel its thermo nuclear reactions? 

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Flat Earth Theory / Re: New model of the Universe.
« on: March 25, 2021, 04:08:23 AM »
My reading has been satisfied for tonight.  A front row seat to the motions of the planets 5000 years ago, wow.  Thanks!

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Flat Earth Community / Re: A working map of the Flat Earth
« on: March 02, 2021, 03:37:50 PM »
If chuck balances a pizza on his finger, and then has it rotate once every 24 hours, that's really slow.  It looks stationary.

Now, if he's up to it, he can also twist his wrist ever so slightly and try to move the pizza in a circular way so it wobbles (not spins). 

I'm not sure how to answer your second question.  I joined three years ago and started to contribute and build some ideas.

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Flat Earth Community / Re: A working map of the Flat Earth
« on: March 02, 2021, 12:07:34 PM »
The Earth is like a Frisbee flying through space.  It tilts, spins, and wobbles.  Think of a gyroscope and its gentle rotation.  If it rotates once a year then you seasons remain intact.

It's an interesting idea, but the question remains: Where is the working model of (this version of) the flat Earth?

Its still a relatively new Theory.  It started about 4 years ago on this Forum. 

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Flat Earth Community / Re: A working map of the Flat Earth
« on: March 02, 2021, 12:04:44 PM »
[quote author=RonJ Now if you take those same marbles and place them above a globe you can easily see why the satellites would have to be changed as often as they do.  All the antenna elevation angles also match a globe earth.  It's just that simple.
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Ron its still to far to use only 1 geosynchronous satellite if your moving on earth.  You might be able to use 3 or 4 going around the earth like your suggesting.

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Flat Earth Community / Re: A working map of the Flat Earth
« on: March 02, 2021, 11:56:52 AM »
[quote Your 24 hour rotation would rotate all parts of the earth closer and further from the sun giving everyone 4 seasons in 24 hours. Get it?
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 Stack I see your point, but it's not really true.  You can spin a Frisbee on your finger once every 24 hours and also have it slowly rotate over 1 year without it shaking - If your Chuck Norris.

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Flat Earth Community / Re: A working map of the Flat Earth
« on: March 02, 2021, 01:27:52 AM »
The Earth is like a Frisbee flying through space.  It tilts, spins, and wobbles.  Think of a gyroscope and its gentle rotation.  If it rotates once a year then you seasons remain intact.

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Flat Earth Community / Re: A working map of the Flat Earth
« on: March 01, 2021, 11:23:41 PM »
Lol, I had a few threads about this, but in short, it tilts towards the sun so it's centered above the equator.  It then wobbles slowly back and forth every year to give you change of seasons.  It also spins once every 24 hours but nobody likes that idea, lol.

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Flat Earth Community / Re: A working map of the Flat Earth
« on: March 01, 2021, 10:30:43 PM »
Stack, its not an original idea.  In the RE model the sun is perpendicular to the equator, but the earth tilts forward and back during the year.   That's what I'm saying.  Except in a flat earth, you can tilt the earth towards the sun so it hovers above the same area and then tilt it again with the changing seasons.

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