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The Final Globe Earth v Flat Earth Debate

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19 minutes ago, Scotty CTA said:

Please give your reasons and your evidence.

I've not fallen off the edge before...

Kidding aside, as someone said, what's your definition of flat?

ive never seen earth from space, but I've seen pictures. It's spherical.

 

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9 minutes ago, thplinth said:

Flat Earth is funny?

He was once upon a time but he's gone grumpy in his old age. I think the shorts probably had something to do with it?

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Put 2 sticks in the ground on a sunny day. If the earth was flat this is what you would see

Stick Shadows On A Flat Earth

If the earth was flat the shadows would be the exact same distance but they are not

Edited by Ally Bongo

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2 hours ago, Scotty CTA said:

Where water always finds it's 'level'.

(As in sea 'level')

So exactly not like this:

On 9/12/2017 at 0:24 AM, Scotty CTA said:

02_Orlando-Ferguson-flat-earth-map.jpg

 

 

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1 minute ago, northernscum said:

Can someone DM me with the definitive answer when we have sorted out this debate? Cheers.

I will save you the time, the earth is a globe.

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I only picked this name to try and be funny...

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51 minutes ago, DonnyTJS said:

So exactly not like this:

I never said that it was exactly like this as I don't subscribe to the convex earth.

What I was showing you in that example was a circle within a square.

Non-spherical, circular, and having 4 points all in one.

There could be land on the other side of a 'dome' (hence the possibility of physical 'points').

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2 minutes ago, Scotty CTA said:

Didn't you take your Brother's nickname?

Yeah. I thought it would be funny.

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3 hours ago, sbcmfc said:

I've never seen earth from space, but I've seen pictures. It's spherical.

You've seen the same CGI that we've all seen...

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2012 is especially ridiculous.

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I take it when you're up at 50,000 feet in a plane and you look at the window at the curvature of the horizon its just the refractive qualities of the window? Probably deliberately manufactured out of lens shaped glass specifically to create the illusion of a curved earth...

Bl**dy clever these satanists.

Its funny though. If you're on a beach with a vast horizon you can actually see the curvature too. I know its not the edge because the oil rigs are further out...

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3 minutes ago, Flat Earth said:

Yeah. I thought it would be funny.

Me too.

The flat earth videos would come up while I was looking at something else and I would just ignore them.

I didn't have that kind of time to waste.

After all, what could they possibly say?

Then, they became more and more prevalent (and I wondered why that was).

So, i looked... and they made sense to me... and here we are.

5 minutes ago, Flat Earth said:

I take it when you're up at 50,000 feet in a plane and you look at the window at the curvature of the horizon its just the refractive qualities of the window? Probably deliberately manufactured out of lens shaped glass specifically to create the illusion of a curved earth...

Bl**dy clever these satanists.

It would be a mistake to underestimate them.

5 minutes ago, Flat Earth said:

Its funny though. If you're on a beach with a vast horizon you can actually see the curvature too. I know its not the edge because the oil rigs are further out...

What if you have been conditioned to expect to see a curvature, and that the oil rigs are past your vanishing point?

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