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Flat Earth Theory / Re: What do you think about this map?
« on: November 27, 2022, 01:55:47 PM »
Obviously Qantas aren't aware of the Forbidden Zone thingy, and the Global Space Force F-16s failed to shoot it down.
Keep your shitposting out of the upper.

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: Does the Sun appear larger in the morning?
« on: November 26, 2022, 09:47:49 PM »
Regardless of any other disagreements, I'd like to strongly echo our RE friends' suggestion - please be very careful when looking at the Sun. It can, and will, damage your eyesight if you don't use appropriate protection. Trees and sunglasses are not enough if you're looking straight at it and trying to take measurements.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« on: November 24, 2022, 01:37:56 AM »
That link in the OP is literally spam.
Agreed and redacted accordingly.

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So you met Parisfal irl?
She's actually also Parsifal, silly.

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I mean, no matter how far the Sun from where I stand on Earth, the ray should always catch me, right?
Not really. Generally speaking, our little corner of FET tends to believe that light rays do not travel in "straight" lines. This differentiates us from other FE groups and, depending on their mood and time of day, RE supporters.

Have a look at https://wiki.tfes.org/Electromagnetic_Acceleration - the massive tl;dr is that the observed behaviour is not too different from RET. RE'ers are not wrong in thinking that something is curved, they've just got the wrong culprit.

This is the only thing that prevents me from completely agree with the theory.
Please drop the silly act. It's not fooling anyone, and it's only making you less likeable.

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I guess he takes Ukraine and ALL its asset.
Yes, that's been going swimmingly so far.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Midterms 2022
« on: November 09, 2022, 11:12:56 PM »
lol what did I say? DeMoCrAt WoMeN aRe UnDeSiRaBlE
Which way, Western man?
  • haha blue haired trigger lady xDDDDD
  • wow hot a what baabhabhiat with a big gun

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Besides, if time travel were possible, people from the future would be here trolling us
Who's to say they aren't? Have you seen Twitter?

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Tom, that's a lot of REEEEEing and attempting to change the subject, but we asked for evidence regarding her lawsuit. If crying about "political prosecution" (more accurately, investigations which will likely lead to nothing) is your best approach, it's probably time to take the L.

Plenty of people, including yourself, are under investigation for peddling Russian propaganda, especially if, like Lipp, you've accepted money from Russia (thanks for documenting that, by the way). Doesn't mean you're going to jail anytime soon.

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Tom, things that are "clear" to you are the gold standard of untrustworthy propaganda around here. In fact, you'd do your narrative a huge service if you just didn't sabotage it by saying "it seems to me like X", or "it is clear that Y".

You're gonna have to present some evidence before your allegations can be meaningfully discussed. It's not yet a matter of whether what you're saying is true or false - you haven't gotten far enough for anyone to make that call. So far, you gave us 2 reputable articles which explain that she might be a criminal, that she regularly peddles untruths, and that she's on Russia's payroll. No evidence of what she's being sued for, or how the lawsuit is going. I wonder why that might be.

So, present your evidence, or move on to the next troll post.

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It's not fake.
Nobody says it is (but it's interesting you felt the need to highlight this). You just need to adequately document it.

Not that she's being investigated. Not that she's a known Russian shill who repeatedly lied about the situation in Ukraine (but thanks for highlighting that, always good to know how independent your "independent journalists" are). Not that a small sum of illegal earnings was seized. But, specifically, what she's being sued for (if she is), and how the lawsuit is going (it's supposedly been 4 months!), using primary sources.

We can't discuss random allegations of bloggers that you mistook for journalists. We'd be here forever.

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It's great that there is a YouTube video of someone looking at a printed piece of paper, I'm sure; but, much like with the rest of your tendency of favouring random people talking shit on the Internet when it suits you, it just doesn't even begin a meritorious conversation on the subject.

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We have seen no details of Alina Lipp's lawsuit. All we have is her own allegations that she's been sued, and a good number of personal blogs that echo it without evidence. This is four months after it allegedly happened - doesn't it strike you as strange that there is no reliable reporting on the matter?

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Nothing needs to be said. The orcs need to stop invading sovereign countries. Then we can talk about how to best resolve the war crimes they've committed.

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I mean, Russian soldiers have a very credible alternative to killing civilians: they could go back to their own country, and reunite with their families.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Liz Truss
« on: October 20, 2022, 07:04:21 PM »
the end of a long sentence
hahaha oh wow

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Yours was, and for some reason you think that a retracted article is the same as an article that was not retracted.
Oh, no, not the same. It's much better than your carefully-reviewed propaganda articles from untrustworthy sources. When the orcs say something by accident and then try to sweep it under the rug, you know it's the good stuff.

I'll give you one thing, though - you were at least clever enough to try and invent possible reasons for them to sweep it under the rug. The real post-parody-USSR couldn't even muster that. You've got a difficult job pretending to support them when they can't even support themselves.

In reality Russia likely has many plans which are highly dependent on the situation and how things play out.
I'm glad you concede this point. We can now consider your own speculation on their reasoning to be null and void. We also agree that your interpretation of Russia's meek ambitions (much meeker than originally laid out!) are simply a result of "how things played out" (very badly).

The relationship between Russia and Belarus is nothing like the USSR. Belarus today is an independent sovereign country. Belarus in the USSR was not sovereign or independent.
Indeed - Belarus was promoted from an SSR to a satellite state, as Lukashenko pointed out many times before. The relationship between the two is very interesting, and you'd do well to learn about it - it'll help you with your acting. Let's start you off with something light-hearted:



Of course, I named both options already, so you're just going "uhm ackshually" at something you didn't fully understand.

This author predicted something stunningly obvious
He did. It's just not what you're pretending it is. :)

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This argument is pretty weak since we don't know if this is that the state thought or whether it is what that editor thought.
Then the same is true about every article you've quoted RT on. I trust you'll stop using them as a source, since you now believe it's a weak form of argumentation.

Since it was an accident, it is unknown whether this article went through the proper approval and signoff by Russian authorities
We're making so much progress today! You now agree that Russia is unbelievably incompetent, to the point of putting together an entire production-ready article without it going through the propaganda ministry, and then publishing it. The fact that it's even vaguely possible that this idiot could have written a piece like that without a diktat from above is an extreme dunk on Russian state media.

They suggested that Ukraine would become part of the "Russian world" like Belarus. Belarus is not part of Russia. It is a separate country with shared cultural values and traditions and its own policies.
Yes, that's been the USSR model since its conception. A combination of "republics" within the Union, and "independent" satellite states outside of it - there are subtle differences between how each of these creations was exploited by their empire, but it's not that grand a distinction. They suggested that, like Belarus, Ukraine would become one of the two. Of course, that won't be happening, but it's hilarious to see just how much they've exceeded the mocking expectations we've been setting up for them.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nuclear Bombs Do Not Exist
« on: October 17, 2022, 05:23:07 PM »
The question here is what is ‘evidence’?
Conveniently, Rushy already answered it. You could try addressing his position instead of ignoring it.

Anyone can make any kind of controversial statements without evidence and then say, ‘you have the burden of proof and I’m the judge who decides if your proof statements are valid’.  Does that sound reasonable?
Yes, it does. If you're invested in convincing someone they're wrong, you'll probably have to do so on their terms.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Nuclear Bombs Do Not Exist
« on: October 17, 2022, 04:23:00 PM »
What is your position on nuclear weapons and what is it based on?
I'm nowhere near as invested in them as the people here are. I personally have no reason to disbelieve in their existence, but I also wouldn't go crying at someone who'd like to see more evidence, and I guess I'd be mildly curious to see it myself.

My stance is largely based on indifference and the ability to process (at least relatively simple) English.

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