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How normal people measure the curve:



How globe-believing zealots measure the curve:



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Also imagine this ichoosenonsense clown telling construction workers and engineers that they need to do their jobs differently and get new tools because level doesn't mean straight, it means curved because the Earth is "round".

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What a guy. Has to constantly contort his answers and do constant quote-mining and misrepresentations to make his beliefs work (well, to pretend they work anyway). And dismiss anything that doesn't fit his beliefs.
 
Imagine 6400 posts of that without getting paid...

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lol The "Turning Torso globe proofsie" is one of the most cherrypicked observations in history. It certainly is not proof of curvature. You can even clearly see how it seems to get compressed not only due to perspective but due to atmospheric conditions as well. Otherwise damn, did the curvature do that too?

If things were really following the imaginary exponential curve that globers desperately believe exists, things would gradually tilt exponentially as well along with it. There are zero observations that show any tilt whatsoever. I wonder why?

And also no observations of curvature at sea level that aren't assumptions of curvature directly in front of the observer due to visual phenomena and perspective hehe!

Not to mention that they desperately have to dimiss the many long-distance observations that match FE by saying "it's just refraction" while not undertanding that refraction would ALWAYS have to occur at the exact same rate as the rate of curvature to make a consistent image. Literally impossible in the real world. Only works with math and equations on a white board.  ;D

Oh, and dismiss any of the JTolan observations because that's too high to account for with refraction equations LOL.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: NASA’s Latest Moon Actors
« on: September 21, 2023, 07:27:44 PM »
The telescope needs to be leveled AT EACH OBSERVATION POINT.

Does anybody know what he's talking about?

Are you talking about moving the telescope?

Is this some AI-generated answer? Sure seems that way when you read the rest of the text.

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Flat Earth Community / Re: Any Dubay reconciliation possibilities?
« on: September 21, 2023, 09:34:12 AM »
Reconciliation generally implies that there was some sort of relationship to begin with.  To the best of my knowledge, there has never been any sort of relationship between Eric Dubay and either of the TFES sites, other than Eric accusing TFES (and just about anyone else claiming to be an FE'er) of being controlled opposition, or something to that effect.

I remember signing up for one of his sites some years back and being permabanned within a day or so before I even made a post.

The only part about this that I didn't know is that you got banned within a day and that's the irrelevant part.

I got banned too for saying that gravity is possibly Earth moving.

Nowadays I don't give the moving Earth hypothesis credance because I studied Ether dynamics. And welp, there's no evidence that it's moving. You can only get to that conclusion through an assumption. Albeit it's a very logical assumption.

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Flat Earth Community / Any Dubay reconciliation possibilities?
« on: September 20, 2023, 02:21:41 PM »
First off, I'm not affiliated with Dubay in any way.

But it occured to me that quite possibly Dubay is not as paranoid today as he used to be years ago.

So perhaps it would be possible to reconciliate Dubay with TFES? For instance, @Pete Svarrior seems to be a good diplomat.

Maybe just give him a call?

I mean, I'm sure that nobody here hates Dubay... right?

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: NASA’s Latest Moon Actors
« on: September 19, 2023, 10:49:42 PM »
I see that Mr. ichoosemirage has chosen to ignore what I posted before since I already anticipated such "curvature proof" (lol) would be posted.

The globe relies on cherrypicked visual "proofsies" of "boats and things gone over the curve" that can easily be debunked by doing simple observations such as this:



No wonder the globe cult won't touch anything to do with a physical measurement of the curve with a 10-foot pole (only to say that it's impossible or a waste of time because they already know it's a globe). They want to stay on mirage/refraction/perspective (all of which they purposefully misunderstand, by the way) la-la-land for all eternity and just dismiss any of the hundreds (if not thousands by now) of long-distance observations that match FE predictions as "light bending over the curve at its exact rate". Not to mention the fact that no curvature has ever been measured anywhere despite the fact that it should be literally everywhere if Earth is really a globe (and they've had thousands of years to do so according to their own history).

Lots of other videos on that channel as well that prove that visual phenomena have nothing to do with curvature and change depending on conditions.

Too bad for the globe defenders that the main "globe proof" can be so easily debunked.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 19, 2023, 01:03:14 PM »
I'm confused.  Why would anyone elect people to do a job like run the department of housing, if they want to do the job via democratic vote?
Like... most people don't know how to do city planning.  They want things that make no sense or don't actually work.  Like they can look at a huge offramp and go "why is it so big?  Just make it a short, straight line. " all because they don't understand descelleration.

So why wouldn't those people do their job?



Also: when I ask questions and use my brain yo refuse your videos, you call me an idiot and a sheep.  Doesn't seem like your goal is to make people think, unless they think what you think.

What an asanine comment considering the information given in the video and what happened.

Ok, pal. Clearly, you're on the wrong forum again.

All you can do is ask dumb questions and talk about space lasers when 99% of what I'm talking about has nothing to do with space lasers.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 19, 2023, 12:04:53 PM »
So your goal is to, instead of assuming this is a conspiracy, prove it.  Show me developer contracts or demands from the locals who were burned out/killed showing they wanted the land.  Don't just tell me.

It really is not. The goal of what I post is to get people aware & thinking and to do their own research and use their own brain & discernment.

But here's one of the projects. Just one. Plus more interesting info and statements from the people.


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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 19, 2023, 11:30:29 AM »
You'll have to excuse my poor history of hawaii knowledge.
Why is Lahaina so important?  Or the most important?  And why is it unowned by the state of hawaii like the rest of Hawaii?

You just have to do 2 minutes of research to find the info.

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/analysis-burning-of-lahainas-sacred-sites-is-a-major-loss-for-native-hawaiians-but-their-history-will-live-on

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=801399451773263

That woman user her brain and she knows what's going on unlike you.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 19, 2023, 09:06:04 AM »
Ok. 
So that tells me nothing.
I'm sorry but you haven't established he's a conquror nor have you established a motive.  Half of those reasons only apply if you openly want to oppress people.  And it requires actualky ordering the destruction, not just taking advantage of it.

You can't start with the assumption that someone is an evil conquror, you must prove it.  And thus far I haven't seen him try to take over Hawaii.

Well, of course it tells you nothing. That's expected.

Let's just conveniently forget the fact that Hawaii is all conquered land and Lahaina was one of the important pieces of land (potentially the most important?) that they didn't fully own . And now gov. + the banks & the corps are going to own it all. But that's just life, I guess.

That guy's not top of the food chain anyway. Not even close.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 19, 2023, 08:09:02 AM »

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 19, 2023, 07:58:53 AM »
JUST LISTEN!


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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 19, 2023, 07:40:18 AM »
So whats his motivation?  Why would he intentionally want to burn as many people as possible?

Oh, I don't know. Let's ask ChatGPT about it.

Dual1ty: Why would a conqueror intentionally want to burn as many innocent people as possible and not just raze their homes to the ground?

ChatGPT: The actions of conquerors throughout history have often been driven by a complex combination of factors, including political, strategic, psychological, and cultural considerations. While it's essential to recognize that not all conquerors have intentionally sought to harm innocent people or engage in wanton destruction, there have been instances where such actions occurred. Here are some possible reasons why a conqueror might intentionally choose to burn and harm innocent people rather than just razing their homes:

1. Psychological Warfare: Conquerors may engage in acts of extreme violence and terror to demoralize and intimidate the local population and any potential resistance. By causing fear and trauma, they hope to subdue resistance more effectively.

2. Revenge: Sometimes conquerors have personal or collective grievances against the people they are conquering, which can lead to a desire for vengeance. Burning homes and harming civilians can be seen as a way to exact revenge for perceived wrongs.

3. Ethnic or Religious Conflict: In cases where conquerors belong to a different ethnic or religious group than the local population, there may be deep-seated hatred or animosity, leading to violence against innocent people as a means of asserting dominance.

4. Economic Gain: Conquerors may pillage and burn to seize valuable resources, including crops, livestock, and other assets. Destroying the livelihoods of the local population can weaken their ability to resist and may serve the conqueror's economic interests.

5. Establishing Authority: Some conquerors may believe that by inflicting violence and destruction, they can establish their authority more firmly, demonstrating their power and ruthlessness to both the local population and potential rivals.

6. Deterrence: Conquerors may want to deter other potential adversaries from challenging their rule in the future. By making an example of a conquered population through extreme violence, they hope to discourage any resistance.

7. Cultural and Ideological Factors: Ideological or cultural factors can also play a role in the decision to harm innocent people. Conquerors may have a belief system or ideology that justifies such actions, viewing the conquered population as inferior or deserving of punishment.

8. Lack of Control: In chaotic or unorganized conquests, conquerors may lose control over their forces, leading to indiscriminate violence and destruction. This can result in the harm of innocent people, even if it wasn't the conqueror's original intent.

It's important to note that such actions are widely condemned in modern times and considered war crimes or crimes against humanity. Conquerors who engage in these actions can face significant international and legal repercussions. Additionally, not all conquerors throughout history have pursued such brutal tactics, and many have sought to establish rule through negotiation, diplomacy, or assimilation rather than violence and destruction.


Yes, it would be widely condemned if people understood what's going on, but they choose the "nothing to see here" narrative because it's a lot less gruesome.

By the way, this is the oppositve of a "chaotic or unorganized" event, so #8 doesn't apply. Not to mention that the cops didn't know what they were doing because they don't realize they are robotized idiots.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 18, 2023, 09:39:07 PM »
Imagine calling coordinated mass murder "bad logistics".
Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity. -- Hanlon's razor

Why can't it be both?

It's obviously both considering that there are order-GIVERS and order-FOLLOWERS.

Let's take a look at who the chief of Maui PD is since 2021, shall we?

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2023/08/15/maui-police-chief-john-pelletier-las-vegas-response/70594938007/

Do you remember Las Vegas? Another mass murder event that had nothing to do with the official narrative & was covered up.

No such thing as coincidences when it comes to these events.

It's the same fucking guy! Time for you sleepyheads to wake the fuck up.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 18, 2023, 07:20:13 AM »

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 18, 2023, 07:03:31 AM »
Imagine calling coordinated mass murder "bad logistics".

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nothing To See Here (Maui)
« on: September 17, 2023, 09:26:14 PM »
Cop-assisted mass murder.

Yep. That's what happens when you're just an order-following robot.

I have no respect for those PIGS!



People should've floored it out of there despite the police roadblocks.

What a bunch of sheep.

Then again, they didn't get killed by a wildfire.

Still, the ones who made it out are the ones who didn't just stand still waiting for their slaughter. Fact.

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