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Flat Earth Theory / Question about mythbusters
« on: January 22, 2019, 10:00:40 PM »
I've seen countless times people pointing out tampering evidence in NASA videos.
Countless points made that NASA, and other space agencies, have an agenda which suggest they made say the earth is round to support their own self interests.
Even posts that NASA is satanic and goes against God.

What about the mythbusters when they went into a super high altitude airplane? What is the response to this?
Is this a fish eye lense?

Flat Earth Theory / Questions about navigation and maps
« on: June 13, 2018, 09:45:33 PM »
I've actively been researching the flat earth idea for a while now. I've found many compelling flat earth points regarding everything from sunsets to seismic waves.
I can honestly say that there are many good points, or at the very least things worth discussing, brought up by many of the flat earth models that I've encountered.
I have not yet found a flat earth response to how we are able to navigate and travel on this earth. I'm hoping I can get a response.

1. If no accurate map of the earth exists how am I able to accurately travel long distances on a consistent basis using a map?
2. If i'm able to use a map to accurately travel long distances all over the world would that not make my map accurate?
3. If we don't have an accurate map of the earth (and don't know the distances between far cities) how are ships and planes able to navigate long distances?

Flat Earth Theory / Question about flight times
« on: March 14, 2018, 12:50:35 AM »
I can fly from Bejing China to Los Angeles USA in 13 hours (the yellow line on the image which is about 3 CM)

I can also fly from Santiago, Chile to Sydney Australia in about 14.5 hours (the black line on the image which is about 9 CM).

Both planes are a Boeing 747 which has a a top speed around 600 miles per hour. Based on this how can the attached map possibly be correct?

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