Flat Earth debate

More
22 Nov 2017 19:15 #51 by Happyblue
Replied by Happyblue on topic Flat Earth debate
Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.

Owners like the stadium, full of Sh!T

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dancingbear
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • Star Player
  • Star Player
More
22 Nov 2017 19:22 #52 by Dancingbear
Replied by Dancingbear on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote: Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.


For some reason they seem to think the United Nations flag is accurate which considering they think everything else is a lie then that must be some sort of double bluff.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 00:44 - 23 Nov 2017 00:46 #53 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote: if you have the time then please watch the link.

take note of names and book titles and research......you will find all the dialogue is based on fact, and not fiction like NASA.

Fact?, If you're going to share something like this at least make sure the maths in the video is right.




you have lost me.....care to explain your comment?

How is it hard to understand the maths, he uses in multiple parts of the video it's completely wrong , the guy can even perform basic calculations.

S=500mph
So if you wanted to covert that till miles per minute that would be 500/60 , that is 8.33 (recurring ) , once you put the into the equation the would equal (8.33^2 * 8 )/12 would equal 46.25, where as he thinks it's around 2777.

Also he states that the curvature of the earth isn't taken into account by engineers , as a bloody engineer I can tell you that these are major factor of any large project . The whole video is a load of false facts , calculations , designed to fool idiots.

[/b]




so what kind of engineer are you then? can you verify your qualifications in engineering? like i have said before........being fooled does not make you a fool, you only become a fool when you continuously fall for the same lies.
Last edit: 23 Nov 2017 00:46 by PaddockRanger.
The following user(s) Liked this post:: Gannadan

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dentonholmersimpson
  • Offline
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 00:56 #54 by Dentonholmersimpson
Replied by Dentonholmersimpson on topic Flat Earth debate
If we accept the convention that the earth is a sphere, if you cut it through the middle and turn a 3D shape into a 2D shape, then, to put it in a local context, if that cut point is between Carlisle and Wigton, all of a sudden we are at the extremity of the world and instead of taking 15 minutes to get to Wigton it would take 2 days, has nobody noticed this.


I can't believe I am getting dragged into this shit:silly:

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 01:49 #55 by Prawncrackhead
Replied by Prawncrackhead on topic Flat Earth debate
Paddock, how the [censored] did we get to the moon when NASA say in their own research update videos we haven't developed the technology to get past the van Allen belts?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 03:19 #56 by loser
Replied by loser on topic Re:Flat Earth debate
What about why whirlpools rotate a different way in the southern hemisphere? If the world is flat then there is no southern hemisphere.

And why is spherical trigonometry used in navigation as opposed to just normal trigonometry?

Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 03:25 #57 by loser
Replied by loser on topic Re:Flat Earth debate

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 08:30 #58 by heilkmoon
Replied by heilkmoon on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote: so what kind of engineer are you then? can you verify your qualifications in engineering? like i have said before........being fooled does not make you a fool, you only become a fool when you continuously fall for the same lies.


You must be some sort of Professor in the field of foolishness then.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 08:47 #59 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

Prawncrackhead wrote: Paddock, how the [censored] did we get to the moon when NASA say in their own research update videos we haven't developed the technology to get past the van Allen belts?




In 1969 I wasn't even born so i had nothing to do with landing on the moon.......i dont think anyone has, personally. it has been suggested that Stanley Kubrick directed and produced the original footage of the event in a Hollywood film studio. the you tube footage explains this and how you, by doing your own research, can detect this from the evidence provided.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 08:54 #60 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote: Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.





there's a lot more to it than just viewing a world map in a geography class! the video explains this.....the facts about distance V curvature........if you still fail to understand then consider doing some of your own experiments.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 08:55 #61 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

heilkmoon wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote: so what kind of engineer are you then? can you verify your qualifications in engineering? like i have said before........being fooled does not make you a fool, you only become a fool when you continuously fall for the same lies.


You must be some sort of Professor in the field of foolishness then.




why? what same lies do i keep falling for?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 09:02 - 23 Nov 2017 09:11 #62 by Happyblue
Replied by Happyblue on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote: if you have the time then please watch the link.

take note of names and book titles and research......you will find all the dialogue is based on fact, and not fiction like NASA.

Fact?, If you're going to share something like this at least make sure the maths in the video is right.




you have lost me.....care to explain your comment?

How is it hard to understand the maths, he uses in multiple parts of the video it's completely wrong , the guy can even perform basic calculations.

S=500mph
So if you wanted to covert that till miles per minute that would be 500/60 , that is 8.33 (recurring ) , once you put the into the equation the would equal (8.33^2 * 8 )/12 would equal 46.25, where as he thinks it's around 2777.

Also he states that the curvature of the earth isn't taken into account by engineers , as a bloody engineer I can tell you that these are major factor of any large project . The whole video is a load of false facts , calculations , designed to fool idiots.

[/b]




so what kind of engineer are you then? can you verify your qualifications in engineering? like i have said before........being fooled does not make you a fool, you only become a fool when you continuously fall for the same lies.

Mechanical, brothers a civil engineer I have quite a good knowledge when it comes to these engineering projects he has out right lied about , also i have just used basic math to disprove you're video , what a delluded person you are.

Owners like the stadium, full of Sh!T
Last edit: 23 Nov 2017 09:11 by Happyblue.
The following user(s) Liked this post:: Dancingbear

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 09:04 #63 by Happyblue
Replied by Happyblue on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote:

heilkmoon wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote: so what kind of engineer are you then? can you verify your qualifications in engineering? like i have said before........being fooled does not make you a fool, you only become a fool when you continuously fall for the same lies.


You must be some sort of Professor in the field of foolishness then.




why? what same lies do i keep falling for?

1. his maths was wrong
2. His research is wrong
3. His knowledge of physics is wrong
4. You need serious help., Go see a doctor.

Owners like the stadium, full of Sh!T

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 09:08 #64 by Happyblue
Replied by Happyblue on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote: Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.





there's a lot more to it than just viewing a world map in a geography class! the video explains this.....the facts about distance V curvature........if you still fail to understand then consider doing some of your own experiments.

I fail to understand ? , Oh god you are really really stupid , that is complete bollocks , his maths is complete whimsical, when a man can't even do basic multiplication and dividing , he's and idiot , and people who follow idiots , are utter idiots.

Owners like the stadium, full of Sh!T

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dancingbear
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • Star Player
  • Star Player
More
23 Nov 2017 09:31 #65 by Dancingbear
Replied by Dancingbear on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote: Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.





there's a lot more to it than just viewing a world map in a geography class! the video explains this.....the facts about distance V curvature........if you still fail to understand then consider doing some of your own experiments.

I fail to understand ? , Oh god you are really really stupid , that is complete bollocks , his maths is complete whimsical, when a man can't even do basic multiplication and dividing , he's and idiot , and people who follow idiots , are utter idiots.


Maybe he can do maths but for purposes of propaganda and because the likes of paddockranger will accept whatever he says as true then he’ll no doubt tell them what fits their agenda.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 10:02 #66 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote: if you have the time then please watch the link.

take note of names and book titles and research......you will find all the dialogue is based on fact, and not fiction like NASA.

Fact?, If you're going to share something like this at least make sure the maths in the video is right.




you have lost me.....care to explain your comment?

How is it hard to understand the maths, he uses in multiple parts of the video it's completely wrong , the guy can even perform basic calculations.

S=500mph
So if you wanted to covert that till miles per minute that would be 500/60 , that is 8.33 (recurring ) , once you put the into the equation the would equal (8.33^2 * 8 )/12 would equal 46.25, where as he thinks it's around 2777.

Also he states that the curvature of the earth isn't taken into account by engineers , as a bloody engineer I can tell you that these are major factor of any large project . The whole video is a load of false facts , calculations , designed to fool idiots.

[/b]




so what kind of engineer are you then? can you verify your qualifications in engineering? like i have said before........being fooled does not make you a fool, you only become a fool when you continuously fall for the same lies.

Mechanical, brothers a civil engineer I have quite a good knowledge when it comes to these engineering projects he has out right lied about , also i have just used basic math to disprove you're video , what a delluded person you are.





its not my video.....i just posted it. I personally don't care for the maths involved, that's for the boffins to work out. the only numeracy i consider to be factual is fractions........the sun rays breaking through the clouds for example.

can you verify your experience of the Mechanical engineering your involved with?
The following user(s) Liked this post:: orfc

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • orfc
  • orfc's Avatar
  • Away
  • First Team Player
  • First Team Player
More
23 Nov 2017 10:03 #67 by orfc
Replied by orfc on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote: 4. You need serious help., Go see a doctor.


Pfft, waste of time. GP stands for Giver of Pharmaceuticals controlled by big business. A simple homeopathic essence of basil and bloodwort will see any mental insanity off and discomfort caused by a belly full of bad booze, biscuit, brisket and brine
The following user(s) Liked this post:: CCU, Dancingbear

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 10:06 #68 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote: Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.





there's a lot more to it than just viewing a world map in a geography class! the video explains this.....the facts about distance V curvature........if you still fail to understand then consider doing some of your own experiments.

I fail to understand ? , Oh god you are really really stupid , that is complete bollocks , his maths is complete whimsical, when a man can't even do basic multiplication and dividing , he's and idiot , and people who follow idiots , are utter idiots.




so people who follow a different belief to you are considered idiots.......apologies for the ignorance you present.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 10:08 #69 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

heilkmoon wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote: so what kind of engineer are you then? can you verify your qualifications in engineering? like i have said before........being fooled does not make you a fool, you only become a fool when you continuously fall for the same lies.


You must be some sort of Professor in the field of foolishness then.




why? what same lies do i keep falling for?

1. his maths was wrong
2. His research is wrong
3. His knowledge of physics is wrong
4. You need serious help., Go see a doctor.

[/b][/b]




why would a doctor want to see me because my beliefs are different to yours?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 10:11 #70 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

orfc wrote:

Happyblue wrote: 4. You need serious help., Go see a doctor.


Pfft, waste of time. GP stands for Giver of Pharmaceuticals controlled by big business. A simple homeopathic essence of basil and bloodwort will see any mental insanity off and discomfort caused by a belly full of bad booze, biscuit, brisket and brine




yet again orfc.........do people who believe some thing different to you are insane?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • orfc
  • orfc's Avatar
  • Away
  • First Team Player
  • First Team Player
More
23 Nov 2017 10:25 #71 by orfc
Replied by orfc on topic Flat Earth debate
Well, yes.

It's quite clearly not a sane thought to think that the earth is flat.
The following user(s) Liked this post:: CCU, Dancingbear

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 11:10 #72 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

orfc wrote: Well, yes.

It's quite clearly not a sane thought to think that the earth is flat.




so....is there any other belief's out there that freak you out?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dancingbear
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • Star Player
  • Star Player
More
23 Nov 2017 11:12 #73 by Dancingbear
Replied by Dancingbear on topic Flat Earth debate
Banging on saying a sphere is flat isn’t a belief its bloody mental.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!
The following user(s) Liked this post:: CCU, triskelionblue

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 11:32 #74 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate
you started this thread, so maybe you should consider your own insanity before trying to ridicule me and other flat earthers.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 11:39 #75 by Kangshung
Replied by Kangshung on topic Flat Earth debate
Carl Sagan destroys flat earth.



Sorry, but this is utterly ridiculous. It simply isnt credible to parrot this anti-scientific babble.

It isn't a matter of 'belief', it is simple reality...

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dancingbear
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • Star Player
  • Star Player
More
23 Nov 2017 13:35 #76 by Dancingbear
Replied by Dancingbear on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote: you started this thread, so maybe you should consider your own insanity before trying to ridicule me and other flat earthers.


Yep I started it I listened and I made my mind up. I’m with you on not being convinced they went to the moon though. Although if their theory that the sun and moon are a lot closer than we think is correct then going to the moon shouldn’t be a problem.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 13:36 #77 by Happyblue
Replied by Happyblue on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote: Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.





there's a lot more to it than just viewing a world map in a geography class! the video explains this.....the facts about distance V curvature........if you still fail to understand then consider doing some of your own experiments.

I fail to understand ? , Oh god you are really really stupid , that is complete bollocks , his maths is complete whimsical, when a man can't even do basic multiplication and dividing , he's and idiot , and people who follow idiots , are utter idiots.




so people who follow a different belief to you are considered idiots.......apologies for the ignorance you present.


No an idiot is someone who despite all the evidence to the contrary still argues, as for in a previous post , the maths is the bloody proof of what he says , without it everything he says is wrong, so therefore he has no proof, it's not complex well maybe it is for someone like you.

Owners like the stadium, full of Sh!T

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 13:39 - 23 Nov 2017 13:41 #78 by Happyblue
Replied by Happyblue on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

heilkmoon wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote: so what kind of engineer are you then? can you verify your qualifications in engineering? like i have said before........being fooled does not make you a fool, you only become a fool when you continuously fall for the same lies.


You must be some sort of Professor in the field of foolishness then.




why? what same lies do i keep falling for?

1. his maths was wrong
2. His research is wrong
3. His knowledge of physics is wrong
4. You need serious help., Go see a doctor.

[/b][/b]




why would a doctor want to see me because my beliefs are different to yours?


The earth is wrong , this has been proven categorically , to argue that this is not the case despite all the evidence, tells us the earth is a sphere is bonkers, you need to see someone as you are off you're head.

Owners like the stadium, full of Sh!T
Last edit: 23 Nov 2017 13:41 by Happyblue.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 13:44 #79 by Mullen103
Replied by Mullen103 on topic Flat Earth debate
I still think the Earth is a sphere/round, that's because of all the evidence I was told in science lessons, could be bullshit though. The evidence on the flat Earthers side, some of it is interesting and makes you think.

As for the moon landings, they didn't go. The USA wanted to be the first to go there but it was faked. Whether or not the astronauts realised it was fake is another thing, I honestly think they thought they were on the moon. There was a thing on channel 4 where they tricked people into believing there were going to space and it worked until there were told. Whether we've been to the moon since, I've no idea.

At least we’re not Stockport

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dancingbear
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • Star Player
  • Star Player
More
23 Nov 2017 14:02 #80 by Dancingbear
Replied by Dancingbear on topic Flat Earth debate

Mullen103 wrote: I still think the Earth is a sphere/round, that's because of all the evidence I was told in science lessons, could be bullshit though. The evidence on the flat Earthers side, some of it is interesting and makes you think.

As for the moon landings, they didn't go. The USA wanted to be the first to go there but it was faked. Whether or not the astronauts realised it was fake is another thing, I honestly think they thought they were on the moon. There was a thing on channel 4 where they tricked people into believing there were going to space and it worked until there were told. Whether we've been to the moon since, I've no idea.


Well some of the stuff Derren Brown convinces people then it wouldn’t be surprising that they could do it to a few astronauts.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 15:02 #81 by mojo
Replied by mojo on topic Flat Earth debate
hey paddock, I'd like your opinion on my theory from the other day fi you don't mind. :-)

if there are land masses beyond the wall, how far do they stretch? so you suspect the known world is surrounded by a 360 degree ice wall which itself is surrounded by land mass of unknown area? so the planet could be immense and what you perceive as a flat disc surrounded by an ice wall could in theory be a tiny area of an immense globe which is so big your flat earth seems likely just because you cant see the curvature of the globe?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 16:26 #82 by pie
Replied by pie on topic Flat Earth debate

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote: Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.





there's a lot more to it than just viewing a world map in a geography class! the video explains this.....the facts about distance V curvature........if you still fail to understand then consider doing some of your own experiments.

I fail to understand ? , Oh god you are really really stupid , that is complete bollocks , his maths is complete whimsical, when a man can't even do basic multiplication and dividing , he's and idiot , and people who follow idiots , are utter idiots.




so people who follow a different belief to you are considered idiots.......apologies for the ignorance you present.


No an idiot is someone who despite all the evidence to the contrary still argues, as for in a previous post , the maths is the bloody proof of what he says , without it everything he says is wrong, so therefore he has no proof, it's not complex well maybe it is for someone like you.


Those in glasshouses...

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 17:11 #83 by triskelionblue

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 17:42 #84 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

mojo wrote: hey paddock, I'd like your opinion on my theory from the other day fi you don't mind. :-)

if there are land masses beyond the wall, how far do they stretch? so you suspect the known world is surrounded by a 360 degree ice wall which itself is surrounded by land mass of unknown area? so the planet could be immense and what you perceive as a flat disc surrounded by an ice wall could in theory be a tiny area of an immense globe which is so big your flat earth seems likely just because you cant see the curvature of the globe?



if you research Capt. Richard E. Byrd you should get as much information to answer your question.


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_E._Byrd

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 18:12 #85 by Kangshung
Replied by Kangshung on topic Flat Earth debate
Where exactly are the boundaries of this fabled 'flat earth'? Antarctica to the south, where else? Apologies if this has already been asked, can't be bothered to read the whole thread...

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dancingbear
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • Star Player
  • Star Player
More
23 Nov 2017 18:20 #86 by Dancingbear
Replied by Dancingbear on topic Flat Earth debate

Kangshung wrote: Where exactly are the boundaries of this fabled 'flat earth'? Antarctica to the south, where else? Apologies if this has already been asked, can't be bothered to read the whole thread...


Were surrounded by Antarctica.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!
The following user(s) Liked this post:: Kangshung

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 18:54 #87 by pie
Replied by pie on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote:

mojo wrote: hey paddock, I'd like your opinion on my theory from the other day fi you don't mind. :-)

if there are land masses beyond the wall, how far do they stretch? so you suspect the known world is surrounded by a 360 degree ice wall which itself is surrounded by land mass of unknown area? so the planet could be immense and what you perceive as a flat disc surrounded by an ice wall could in theory be a tiny area of an immense globe which is so big your flat earth seems likely just because you cant see the curvature of the globe?



if you research Capt. Richard E. Byrd you should get as much information to answer your question.


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_E._Byrd


And if you research Captain Birdseye you'll get as much sense.
The following user(s) Liked this post:: Dancingbear

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 18:58 #88 by Kangshung
Replied by Kangshung on topic Flat Earth debate

Dancingbear wrote:

Kangshung wrote: Where exactly are the boundaries of this fabled 'flat earth'? Antarctica to the south, where else? Apologies if this has already been asked, can't be bothered to read the whole thread...


Were surrounded by Antarctica.


So I guess if I fly from the UK to the US, then continue West over the Pacific, I won't make it to east Asia? And if i fly East from the UK over the Eurasian landmass, I won't make it to America?

What lies beyond the Antarctic?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dancingbear
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • Star Player
  • Star Player
More
23 Nov 2017 19:10 #89 by Dancingbear
Replied by Dancingbear on topic Flat Earth debate

Kangshung wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Kangshung wrote: Where exactly are the boundaries of this fabled 'flat earth'? Antarctica to the south, where else? Apologies if this has already been asked, can't be bothered to read the whole thread...


Were surrounded by Antarctica.


So I guess if I fly from the UK to the US, then continue West over the Pacific, I won't make it to east Asia? And if i fly East from the UK over the Eurasian landmass, I won't make it to America?

What lies beyond the Antarctic?


If you try to cross the ice wall you'll be obliterated by the NWO. I thought all this was common knowledge.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 19:17 #90 by Kangshung
Replied by Kangshung on topic Flat Earth debate

Dancingbear wrote:

Kangshung wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Kangshung wrote: Where exactly are the boundaries of this fabled 'flat earth'? Antarctica to the south, where else? Apologies if this has already been asked, can't be bothered to read the whole thread...


Were surrounded by Antarctica.


So I guess if I fly from the UK to the US, then continue West over the Pacific, I won't make it to east Asia? And if i fly East from the UK over the Eurasian landmass, I won't make it to America?

What lies beyond the Antarctic?


If you try to cross the ice wall you'll be obliterated by the NWO. I thought all this was common knowledge.


I'm a relative newcomer as far as this wonderful school of science goes.

I guess they use HAARP to obliterate those who dare venture beyond the wall?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Dancingbear
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • Star Player
  • Star Player
More
23 Nov 2017 19:22 #91 by Dancingbear
Replied by Dancingbear on topic Flat Earth debate

Kangshung wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Kangshung wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Kangshung wrote: Where exactly are the boundaries of this fabled 'flat earth'? Antarctica to the south, where else? Apologies if this has already been asked, can't be bothered to read the whole thread...


Were surrounded by Antarctica.


So I guess if I fly from the UK to the US, then continue West over the Pacific, I won't make it to east Asia? And if i fly East from the UK over the Eurasian landmass, I won't make it to America?

What lies beyond the Antarctic?


If you try to cross the ice wall you'll be obliterated by the NWO. I thought all this was common knowledge.


I'm a relative newcomer as far as this wonderful school of science goes.

I guess they use HAARP to obliterate those who dare venture beyond the wall?


Im not sure, i reckon it could have summat to do with the Bermuda triangle though. Paddockranger prob has a video link to it somewhere.

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 19:24 #92 by pie
Replied by pie on topic Flat Earth debate
Did Game of Thrones or this theory come first? Just trying to work out who stole who's idea for some excellent fictional drama.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 20:04 #93 by CCU
Replied by CCU on topic Flat Earth debate
Here’s PaddockRanger with an update...


Win or Lose, Up The Blues!

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 20:35 #94 by mojo
Replied by mojo on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote:

mojo wrote: hey paddock, I'd like your opinion on my theory from the other day fi you don't mind. :-)

if there are land masses beyond the wall, how far do they stretch? so you suspect the known world is surrounded by a 360 degree ice wall which itself is surrounded by land mass of unknown area? so the planet could be immense and what you perceive as a flat disc surrounded by an ice wall could in theory be a tiny area of an immense globe which is so big your flat earth seems likely just because you cant see the curvature of the globe?



if you research Capt. Richard E. Byrd you should get as much information to answer your question.


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_E._Byrd



like I said, i'd like YOUR opinion. :-)

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 21:34 #95 by Prawncrackhead
Replied by Prawncrackhead on topic Flat Earth debate

Dancingbear wrote:

Kangshung wrote:

Dancingbear wrote:

Kangshung wrote: Where exactly are the boundaries of this fabled 'flat earth'? Antarctica to the south, where else? Apologies if this has already been asked, can't be bothered to read the whole thread...


Were surrounded by Antarctica.


So I guess if I fly from the UK to the US, then continue West over the Pacific, I won't make it to east Asia? And if i fly East from the UK over the Eurasian landmass, I won't make it to America?

What lies beyond the Antarctic?


If you try to cross the ice wall you'll be obliterated by the NWO. I thought all this was common knowledge.


Nah Hulk Hogan and that lot are well retired now.

The moon landings I'm on the fence on they categorically doctored and faked some pics and shit. Whether that was cause it was easier for pr than actually trying to get it done with the challenges of radiation and that destroying film and equipment is another thing. It is strange on their own publicity video for the Orion they say they were sending it unmanned through the Van Allen belts to get data to develop the technology to protect astronauts from its severe radiation. It's 1/66th the distance to the moon. How did they send people through it nearly 50 years ago? As a self professed idiot I don't know enough about it to have a valid opinion so I'll remain on the fence.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
23 Nov 2017 21:55 - 23 Nov 2017 22:02 #96 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

mojo wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

mojo wrote: hey paddock, I'd like your opinion on my theory from the other day fi you don't mind. :-)

if there are land masses beyond the wall, how far do they stretch? so you suspect the known world is surrounded by a 360 degree ice wall which itself is surrounded by land mass of unknown area? so the planet could be immense and what you perceive as a flat disc surrounded by an ice wall could in theory be a tiny area of an immense globe which is so big your flat earth seems likely just because you cant see the curvature of the globe?



if you research Capt. Richard E. Byrd you should get as much information to answer your question.


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_E._Byrd




like I said, i'd like YOUR opinion. :-)




my opinion is anything is possible. i discovered two very interesting pictures that could explain what is beyond the ice wall. I would post the picture's but i dont know how to on here!


try this link

pbs.twimg.com/media/DMlTWR0XkAIishy.jpg
Last edit: 23 Nov 2017 22:02 by PaddockRanger.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 22:03 #97 by Happyblue
Replied by Happyblue on topic Flat Earth debate

pie wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

Happyblue wrote: Most people who believe the earth is flat just saw the world map on the geography class wall and assumed it was an actual picture.





there's a lot more to it than just viewing a world map in a geography class! the video explains this.....the facts about distance V curvature........if you still fail to understand then consider doing some of your own experiments.

I fail to understand ? , Oh god you are really really stupid , that is complete bollocks , his maths is complete whimsical, when a man can't even do basic multiplication and dividing , he's and idiot , and people who follow idiots , are utter idiots.




so people who follow a different belief to you are considered idiots.......apologies for the ignorance you present.


No an idiot is someone who despite all the evidence to the contrary still argues, as for in a previous post , the maths is the bloody proof of what he says , without it everything he says is wrong, so therefore he has no proof, it's not complex well maybe it is for someone like you.


Those in glasshouses...

How ironic from you.

Owners like the stadium, full of Sh!T

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 22:59 #98 by mojo
Replied by mojo on topic Flat Earth debate

PaddockRanger wrote:

mojo wrote:

PaddockRanger wrote:

mojo wrote: hey paddock, I'd like your opinion on my theory from the other day fi you don't mind. :-)

if there are land masses beyond the wall, how far do they stretch? so you suspect the known world is surrounded by a 360 degree ice wall which itself is surrounded by land mass of unknown area? so the planet could be immense and what you perceive as a flat disc surrounded by an ice wall could in theory be a tiny area of an immense globe which is so big your flat earth seems likely just because you cant see the curvature of the globe?



if you research Capt. Richard E. Byrd you should get as much information to answer your question.


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_E._Byrd




like I said, i'd like YOUR opinion. :-)




my opinion is anything is possible. i discovered two very interesting pictures that could explain what is beyond the ice wall. I would post the picture's but i dont know how to on here!


try this link

pbs.twimg.com/media/DMlTWR0XkAIishy.jpg


ah, there doesn't appear to be a 360 degree solid wall, there appears to be 3 breaks including a rather large 'summer gate' which lets the oceans flow into an outer disc which itself is circled by an ice wall with even more breaks in it which in turn lets the oceans flow out into where? the ether? space? a third outer disc?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
23 Nov 2017 23:20 #99 by Lancs blue
Replied by Lancs blue on topic Flat Earth debate
Please you monumental flat earth bell Enders stop insulting every rational sane member of the human race with your ridiculous infantile non scient rambling bollocks
The following user(s) Liked this post:: triskelionblue, loser

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • PaddockRanger
  • Away
  • Bench Warmer
  • Bench Warmer
More
24 Nov 2017 03:09 #100 by PaddockRanger
Replied by PaddockRanger on topic Flat Earth debate

Lancs blue wrote: Please you monumental flat earth bell Enders stop insulting every rational sane member of the human race with your ridiculous infantile non scient rambling bollocks




how about avoiding threads that debate flat earth instead of ridiculing....or is that how you get your kicks?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

Time to create page: 0.438 seconds
Website and all content © Copyright 2020 TheCumbrians.net. All Rights Reserved.