Hey FE'ers,

Here's more proof for you guys or anyone interested in this whole FE vs RE debate on whether the earth is a Globe or Flat Disc.
According to the FE map, the distance from South Africa to Australia is much further away (almost twice the distance) than what is experienced by people travelling this route.
There are direct flights between these countries via Qantas Airlines but the FE'ers dispute the distance between these 2 countries.

So below is more proof or evidence of people sailing this route (Clipper Round the World Race). It's the only yacht race of its kind in the world and a great test of human endurance.

Feel free to check out the links below:

1. Info on the race which is broken up into various legs - https://clipperroundtheworld.com/race/leg/leg-3

2. Article on a local lad who sailed on a South African sponsored yacht - http://sailing.co.za/clipper-race-young-limpopo-man-celebrates-sailing-from-south-africa-to-australia/

The 3rd leg of the race, Cape Town to Freemantle Port (West Australia), is 4845 nautical miles (nm) which converts to roughly 8972Km. This verifies the recorded flight distance between JHB and PERTH (also on west coast of AUS) at 8325Km.

So any explanation from FE'ers regarding the above and why the huge variation on distances according to the FE map is welcome.








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Hey FE'ers,

Here's more proof for you guys or anyone interested in this whole FE vs RE debate on whether the earth is a Globe or Flat Disc.
According to the FE map, the distance from South Africa to Australia is much further away (almost twice the distance) than what is experienced by people travelling this route.
There are direct flights between these countries via Qantas Airlines but the FE'ers dispute the distance between these 2 countries.

So below is more proof or evidence of people sailing this route (Clipper Round the World Race). It's the only yacht race of its kind in the world and a great test of human endurance.

Feel free to check out the links below:

1. Info on the race which is broken up into various legs - https://clipperroundtheworld.com/race/leg/leg-3

2. Article on a local lad who sailed on a South African sponsored yacht - http://sailing.co.za/clipper-race-young-limpopo-man-celebrates-sailing-from-south-africa-to-australia/

The 3rd leg of the race, Cape Town to Freemantle Port (West Australia), is 4845 nautical miles (nm) which converts to roughly 8972Km. This verifies the recorded flight distance between JHB and PERTH (also on west coast of AUS) at 8325Km.

So any explanation from FE'ers regarding the above and why the huge variation on distances according to the FE map is welcome.

Great find.   But be ready for the reply... "there is no map"
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I remember a guy by the name jacque mackroln or something like that who sailed this and came up with 8-9,000 miles.

I'll see if I can find it in my briefs file.
What kind of person would devote endless hours posting scientific facts trying to correct the few retards who believe in the FE? I slay shitty little demons.

I remember a guy by the name jacque mackroln or something like that who sailed this and came up with 8-9,000 miles.

I'll see if I can find it in my briefs file.

Well, there's approx. 700 crew that sail this race. Why would they fake the distances they travel? Are they also in on this RE conspiracy?

But send me your info nevertheless.


« Last Edit: September 02, 2017, 09:06:37 AM by Serious_Lee »

Hey FE'ers,

Here's more proof for you guys or anyone interested in this whole FE vs RE debate on whether the earth is a Globe or Flat Disc.
According to the FE map, the distance from South Africa to Australia is much further away (almost twice the distance) than what is experienced by people travelling this route.
There are direct flights between these countries via Qantas Airlines but the FE'ers dispute the distance between these 2 countries.

So below is more proof or evidence of people sailing this route (Clipper Round the World Race). It's the only yacht race of its kind in the world and a great test of human endurance.

Feel free to check out the links below:

1. Info on the race which is broken up into various legs - https://clipperroundtheworld.com/race/leg/leg-3

2. Article on a local lad who sailed on a South African sponsored yacht - http://sailing.co.za/clipper-race-young-limpopo-man-celebrates-sailing-from-south-africa-to-australia/

The 3rd leg of the race, Cape Town to Freemantle Port (West Australia), is 4845 nautical miles (nm) which converts to roughly 8972Km. This verifies the recorded flight distance between JHB and PERTH (also on west coast of AUS) at 8325Km.

So any explanation from FE'ers regarding the above and why the huge variation on distances according to the FE map is welcome.

Great find.   But be ready for the reply... "there is no map"

Thanks, but i'm a bit disappointed i must say. Where are all the FE'ers? There seems to be a million of them commenting and spewing hate on YouTube but its almost 'crickets' in here! 

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Hey FE'ers,

Here's more proof for you guys or anyone interested in this whole FE vs RE debate on whether the earth is a Globe or Flat Disc.
According to the FE map, the distance from South Africa to Australia is much further away (almost twice the distance) than what is experienced by people travelling this route.
There are direct flights between these countries via Qantas Airlines but the FE'ers dispute the distance between these 2 countries.

So below is more proof or evidence of people sailing this route (Clipper Round the World Race). It's the only yacht race of its kind in the world and a great test of human endurance.

Feel free to check out the links below:

1. Info on the race which is broken up into various legs - https://clipperroundtheworld.com/race/leg/leg-3

2. Article on a local lad who sailed on a South African sponsored yacht - http://sailing.co.za/clipper-race-young-limpopo-man-celebrates-sailing-from-south-africa-to-australia/

The 3rd leg of the race, Cape Town to Freemantle Port (West Australia), is 4845 nautical miles (nm) which converts to roughly 8972Km. This verifies the recorded flight distance between JHB and PERTH (also on west coast of AUS) at 8325Km.

So any explanation from FE'ers regarding the above and why the huge variation on distances according to the FE map is welcome.

Great find.   But be ready for the reply... "there is no map"

Thanks, but i'm a bit disappointed i must say. Where are all the FE'ers? There seems to be a million of them commenting and spewing hate on YouTube but its almost 'crickets' in here!

It's only going to get worse.  Check out my latest disproof using "ping" times from computers on the Internet.
Hey Tom:  What path do the photons take from the physical location of the sun to my eye at sunset?