The Infinite Plane Universe/Flat Earth

  • Look pal, none of us really give a fuck what you believe about this.

    You're obviously a thinking man, so why don't you just pull up a chair and chime in on something other than a topic on which science will never be on your side.

  • Good question.

    Good question.


    Look at your picture. LOOK AT IT! Your own picture literally shows the curve. Your horizontal red line tries to hide it, but can't! You see the blue atmosphere above the red line in the center, and BELOW it on the ends.

    YOU provided this picture! Did you even bother to look at it?

    If you don't understand that the earth is round, then there's no sense in explaining the concept of "Line of Sight." It'd be like explaining calculus to a fucking monkey.

  • This is one of my favorite videos on the globe.

    A flat earther suddenly confronted with undeniable facts from his own experiment that the earth is round.

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  • As John Lennon said.. "I don't believe in Beatles, I just believe in me."

    Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies, The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end, for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. — C.S. Lewis

  • Do-it-yourself globe proof.

    Find a body of water 3 miles wide or wider.

    Use a zoom lens to observe an object on the other side.

    Do the math. 8xdxd. 8 inches times the square of miles distance.

    Account for your eye height and height of target.

    Ex. A six-foot tall man can - or can not - see a 6-foot man 3 miles away?


  • 2015 Far Side Moon Transit


    This is as good as it gets, guys.

    Enjoy the view.


    1. clouds don't move during the 5-hour transit

    2. size of the US is wrong -- at 3000 miles wide, it should be 3/8th the diameter of the blue sphere (8000 miles)

    3. moon is 2-dimensionally flat and does not rotate clockwise as advertised by Nasa

    4. moon travels in a straight line while the EPIC "geostationary" satellite maintained an amazing fixed position

    5. earth exhibits a curious pareidolia in the appearance of an angry clown with one eye closed and the other one open and baleful (the dark object off the coast of California)

    Overall, a slipshod product, its many glaring peculiarities a test of human discernment.

  • You really shouldn't take snapshots and assume that from that you understand the video. Have you ever installed, adjusted or used a satellite dish? That should be all the proof of a man made orbiting satellite you need.

  • You realize that that is an animation.... right?

    If they got the animation wrong, why is it that we developed a space program, faked a moon landing or 6, faked the ISS, were in cahoots with the Soviets in order to do all this, just to pull the wool over humanity's eyes and keep the ball myth alive?

  • Why is it that

    Good question.

    Good question.


    the fact that there is a horizon is proof the the earth is a ball.


    An observer at O could look 360 degrees and see the horizon where OC intersects the tangent of the sphere.

    If segment BO intersected a flat infinite plane, an observer at O would see no edge at all as there would be no edge to see.

  • 4. Gravity

    H: Science declares that a force called gravity prevents matter from being thrown off earth due to the spin of the globe and centrifugal force; gravity also causes ocean waters to seek their own level by curving to match earth's rotundity.

    G: The definition of gravity is "weight"; particle density is a property of matter; clouds are aerosolized water vapor and float because they are lighter-than-air; liquid water is heavier-than-air and falls as rain; other substances accumulate in layers based on their relative densities.

    There is no shortage of dumb there. There is definitely a lack of science. Both of those are so wrong.

  • 1.) They DO move, but without any clear landmarks and taken over such a short time (5 hours) and from so far away, it's hard to pick up.

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    But they do.

    2.) Fuck me, do we need to teach you basic geometry now? 3000 miles ON THE SURFACE of an 8000 mile diameter sphere gives it a ratio of approximately 25,132 mile CIRCUMFERENCE. Or approximately 1/8 the CIRCUMFERENCE of the sphere.

    Using REAL numbers and not your made up bullshit, the US mainland is 2600 miles wide on 24,901 mile circumference sphere, or approximately 1/10th the CIRCUMFERENCE.

    3.) The moon IS rotating. And it's doing it Counter Clockwise, not clockwise like you claim. (Seriously, who is selling you this bullshit? You should get your money back.)

    But 1 rotation of the Moon is tied to 1 rotation around the earth. This satellite was only taking pictures from the backside for 5 hours. Since it takes 653.5 hours for the moon to go around the planet AND rotate once, basically you're only looking at 0.7% of the moon's movement.

    With a slow observation period of less than 1/100th of the time, you aren't going to pick up much rotation at all.

    4.) It's not a geostationary orbit. That happens at about 22,000 miles. The moon is at about 236,000 miles. And this satellite was sitting at about 1,000,000 miles.

    5.) Why am I not surprised you have nothing else to contribute?

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