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Flat Earth Community / Re: Flat Earth maps?
« on: December 20, 2021, 12:49:21 PM »
So far, I've encountered 2 active members on this forum. Both apparent zealots for Globe Earth.

I have an honest question:

Are there any "Flat Earth" proponents on this "Flat Earth Society" forum?

This forum seems to be improperly named. It should be "Globe Earth Society". At least according to my experience so far, which is admittedly limited.

Did all the FE supporters get weary of the constant arguments and leave, or what? Seriously, the forum seems to have been taken over.

Flat Earth Community / Re: Flat Earth maps?
« on: December 20, 2021, 09:56:49 AM »
Well, as I told others on another forum:

If the model needs a bit of work to bring it to a fine polish, that is to be expected.

What % of our science dollars and man-hours is being WASTED on Evolution, finding "the origins of the universe", "origins of mankind", "dark matter", alien life, and countless other nonsense? All that time and money is literally WASTED which leaves true science extremely impoverished and ignored.

There is no money -- no resources left -- for true science to be done.

True science is only being done part-time by amateurs now -- just like media reporting. All the "professionals" are shills chasing a paycheck, who will say ANYTHING on camera their bosses tell them to. There is no investigative reporting outside a few lower-budget alternative news channels -- little more than vloggers or youtubers.

If the rag-tag group of underdogs called "Flat Earth Truthers" haven't managed to create a great Flat Earth map YET -- maybe they have families, day jobs, and other obligations, and can't dedicate their whole life to this hobby -- that isn't a dealbreaker.

What IS certain and a complete dealbreaker for the mainstream paradigm (globe earth, moving earth) is NASA being caught in lies hundreds of times.
And being able to see WAY TO FAR for a globe earth to be our reality.
Also, water seeks its own level. Water doesn't ever bulge anywhere, on a macro OR micro scale. It is always flat and level.
Spinning balls tend to SHAKE OFF water, not hold it fast.

And how can "gravity" keep a death grip on millions of tons of water on the bottom of the globe, yet it will let a helium ballon "go", no problem.

Why does gravity SOMETIMES hold things fast like a death grip, and other times cause things to orbit it? It seems to me, you can't have it both ways.

Those are some of the most convincing arguments for FE I can think of right now -- but there are others.

Flat Earth Investigations / Re: The ISS - Who Should I believe?
« on: December 20, 2021, 09:08:49 AM »
@ Izzie Troo

You have essentially verified the existence of the ISS using your own observations. With the help of your brother-in-law you have self-verified the stated height and your own images show you what is obviously the ISS. So you have all the evidence you need surely so you don't have to rely on 'belief' any more.

I have also taken my own images of the ISS so I don't need anyone else to tell me whether it exists or not. When you can look up predicted passes of the ISS for your location and aim a telescope in advance so it pointed towards a particular point on the sky the ISS is going to pass though and then I can watch the pass at the exact position and time predicted, that is evidence enough for me!

Ok, so the ISS exists.

Meanwhile, the hundreds of tests done with P900 and P1000 zoom cameras showing that we can see TOO FAR for the globe earth model to be true.

And NASA has been caught lying on DOZENS of occasions, we have video and other proof.

So just listing those things, we have Flat Earth 2, Globetards 1.

Not being able to explain something (yet) doesn't invalidate a theory -- which has plenty of other proofs for it.

Flat Earth Community / Flat Earth maps?
« on: December 20, 2021, 08:35:54 AM »
I'm arguing with some Catholics on another forum about Flat Earth, and I'd like to know if there are any well-accepted, accurate maps of Flat Earth.
There is so much I don't know, as I just started looking into Flat Earth recently (and yes, quite convinced, as you'd expect).
I'm just not an expert yet, enough to answer peoples' stupid questions and through argumentation take away their security blanket (globe earth) that they're clinging to so fiercely.

Thank you,


Flat Earth Community / Re: Religion for flat earthers
« on: December 20, 2021, 06:27:25 AM »
I'm a "Traditional" Catholic, that's a Catholic who practices and believes as Catholics did before the 1970s. There was a real upheaval in the Church at that time. The Church totally caved to Communism and all the "isms", and many Catholics rejected those changes.

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