What do you think about this map?
« on: January 03, 2021, 05:47:22 PM »
Hello guys, I'm new here. Recently read this : https://www.amazon.fr/Earth-Flat-Illuminati-Secrets-English-ebook/dp/B06XFQ9M17 and it made me wonder about a lot of stuff. I found this map :
What do you guys think about this map ? Is it in any way realistic ?

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Re: What do you think about this map?
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2021, 06:51:02 PM »
What do you guys think about this map ?
Well its not really a map, is it? It's a fantasy drawing.

Is it in any way realistic ?
Well no. Someone just made it up. I can post another map below. Also utterly made up.



I don't really understand your OP. You post a map that we've never seen before that was made up by someone irrelevant that we have never heard of and then ask "Is that what the world looks like?". I'm not really sure what response you were hoping for?

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Re: What do you think about this map?
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2021, 10:51:17 PM »
Thhis would have had to be mapped out years ago during a period of very warm weather where the worlds ice melted and revealed these lands. 

Re: What do you think about this map?
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2021, 09:03:46 PM »
Hello guys, I'm new here. Recently read this : https://www.amazon.fr/Earth-Flat-Illuminati-Secrets-English-ebook/dp/B06XFQ9M17 and it made me wonder about a lot of stuff. I found this map :

I find these images incredibly interesting. Space, as we are told, is a vast expanse of boring nothingness. But once you stop believing in it your mind opens up to all sorts of wonders that get ignited by pictures like this. Imagine if each of those worlds had their own races, animals, societies, histories, wars? Maybe societies that are far more advanced than ours and have cures for all kinds of illnesses. It all just blows my mind.


Would you recommend this book? I'm thinking of getting it but it may not have anything I don't already know.
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Re: What do you think about this map?
« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2021, 10:27:10 PM »

Space, as we are told, is a vast expanse of boring nothingness.

Whoever taught you about space needs to be slapped! Sure there's a lot of boring nothingness out there, as far as we know, but scattered around are billions of planets and stars and comets and black holes and supernovae, colliding galaxies, each containing hundreds of millions of stars, each having the potential to have orbiting planets, which could share similarities with Earth, or harbours other life forms which are unimaginable to us.

We have 7 other planets in our own solar system, that are both very similar and wildly different to our own. Mars once had a giant ocean, and polar ice caps but lost most of its lighter  elements over time.

Looking up at the stars at night is one of the most awe-inspiring things I do on a regular basis, and that feeling only grows as new discoveries are made.

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Re: What do you think about this map?
« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2021, 11:29:39 PM »
Space, as we are told, is a vast expanse of boring nothingness.

What's boring about this:


Re: What do you think about this map?
« Reply #6 on: January 06, 2021, 01:04:49 AM »

Space, as we are told, is a vast expanse of boring nothingness.

Whoever taught you about space needs to be slapped! Sure there's a lot of boring nothingness out there, as far as we know, but scattered around are billions of planets and stars and comets and black holes and supernovae, colliding galaxies, each containing hundreds of millions of stars, each having the potential to have orbiting planets, which could share similarities with Earth, or harbours other life forms which are unimaginable to us.

We have 7 other planets in our own solar system, that are both very similar and wildly different to our own. Mars once had a giant ocean, and polar ice caps but lost most of its lighter  elements over time.

Looking up at the stars at night is one of the most awe-inspiring things I do on a regular basis, and that feeling only grows as new discoveries are made.



What's boring about this:

We have nothing but probability figures that there are planets that are earth-like, could sustain living beings or are currently habitable/habitated. We can't even visit Mars, let alone our nearest extra-terrestrial neighbours. In that sense I find it boring. Even if I believed in space the way I used to, nothing exciting would ever happen in my lifetime. Even a lot of the fantasy space movies are incredibly boring, with the exception of maybe Interstellar amongst others. The idea of the planet with the huge waves for example was quite interesting I have to say. Why can't NASA come up with stuff like this? Shake the story up a bit please, NASA!

There are far more exciting places left unexplored on Earth that we should be looking into.

In contrast, the flat-earth map above no matter how inaccurate, sparks a wonderment in me. Thoughts of vast landmasses maybe 10,000-100,000km away beyond a barrier that we either can't pass or are not allowed to pass. Even the prospects of civilizations that know we exist but we know nothing about them! What if the Antarctic Treaty or the barrier out of this world is enforced by the beings of Gemina, Aten or Thoth civilizations?

Even the mystery of what lies below polaris gets me excited. I've read about giants of the north that like to keep to themselves. Funnily enough, I used to take 3-4 trips per year to Stockholm for work in the last few years. I was sitting in the airport waiting for a flight home when two people passed quickly, a man and a woman - they were huge! They looked at least 7ft tall and were slouching as if they were trying to hide it. And I'm well aware of how tall Scandinavians are in general but this was something out of the ordinary. I just remember their disproportionately large jawlines too as they scampered through the terminal trying not to attract too much attention. I often fantasize that they were giants of the north coming to explore distant lands! Exciting stuff.
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Re: What do you think about this map?
« Reply #7 on: January 06, 2021, 01:33:43 PM »
Mark, what if I were to tell you that every galaxy you see is a habitable world just like galaxy earth?  What if I told you that we have visited mars and other planets using advanced space craft you could only dream of?  What if I told you there are unvisited territories of land bigger you can imagine here on earth if you travel beyond 60n latitudes?  Would that encourage your enthusiasm?