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50 Plus Reasons The Earth Is Not Flat
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Croix de Fer said:
Matto said:
I have a question for the flat earthers. I have been thinking about this and it still does not make sense to me. Flat earthers say that when ships or islands or mountains or anything else appears to sink below the horizon it is only an illusion and if you look with a telescope the object can be seen. But does it work the same way with the sun? When the sun seems to sink below the horizon is it also an illusion and if you look for the sun with a telescope, can you see the sun like they say you can see the boats and islands and mountains when they sink below the horizon?


Don't expect a straight answer from them. They never give one, rather they'll post a link to a video and tell you to watch it or they'll post a borderline facetious illustration of a false premise in which they base their arguments. I've wondered if there is some demonic element with this movement. The people say the same things and they're zealous for it.

It's a pattern with these people. I've, also, noticed a lot of them are women, which isn't really a surprise because they're more prone to emotional attachments to falsehoods. This might be indicative of the their personal or home life being unfulfilling in some way, therefore, they compensate by emotionally investing into a sensational theory. This sensational theory is their "husband" or "family". They defend the sensational like they'd (suppose to) defend their child's or husband's character. 


I just want to draw attention to this post. You are really starting to cross a line here, and it is clear you are just trolling. Your questions have been answered, and you are resorting to personal insults, so please get lost.

Posted Jan 11, 2017, 11:04 am
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Aside from some foul language, this guy is on point. No anti-religion garbage either.

On Polaris and it's southern hemisphere counterpart Sigma Octantis, and how they're not the same star:



- Sigma O and Polaris at vastly different brightness levels
- Stars revolve in different directions depending on hemisphere

On the horizon issue:



- Basic telescopes with 100 magnification would readily enable people to see across the Atlantic Ocean on a Flat Earth.
- A "cloud of particles" cannot block radar.
- Use of mathematics to scale down and show why the horizon appears flat (even from an airplane) on a simple soccer ball.
- The Bedford Level experiment adjusted to account for atmospheric refraction.
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Fortuna finem habet.

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Croix de Fer said:


Look at you, FlatTard, demanding answers to questions after you never answered my questions, instead you posted links to frauds (pilots / submarine operators) filling a niche of the sensational to sell books and speeches.

Let us look up one of the synonyms to the word "circle". One synonym is "GLOBE", but nowhere is the word "flat" to be found.

http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/circle

You and the other FlatTards ignore the following that I stated because it exposes the fallacy of your positions:

Regarding Our Lady's warning about earthquakes to come, she say's "the EARTH's GLOBE will have convulsions and earthquakes." It makes absolutely no sense for FlatTards to refer to the sky (which is a "globe" according to them) as having earthquakes when, according to their "flat earth" theory, these "half globes" represent the sky above the earth and the domain, which consists of water or dust, below the earth's land mass and navigable waters, respectively.

In other words, these FlatTards are saying there will be earthquakes in the sky according to Our Lady. This is preposterous.

Our Lady is referring to the earth that we can see and upon that we physically live. It will have convulsions and earthquakes. She calls this land mass "the earth's globe".





Croix de Fer, while enjoying his use of the pejorative "tard," is demonstrating his own mental deficiencies.

He clearly does not understand the difference between a dictionary and a thesaurus and is having a really hard time with the definition of the word circle and compass. I'm sorry God's Word is so disappointing to you, Croix.

And what is this earthquake in the sky nonsense you keep babbling on about? No FE'er has said such a thing. You really need help.

It is always a strange thing to me when I see people who react like they are SOOOOO personally offended at the idea the earth is a flat disc as described in the Bible. You really have to be a special snowflake to be angry about God's design not conforming to what the atheist scientists taught you.

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