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  1. Scotty CTA

    NFL 2019

    Seattle 11/3
  2. So if the earth 'curves' 2 inches every 24 miles, and over 24,000 miles it would 'curve' 2,000 inches... how do you end up with a 'ball'? Show me your math to determine the 'curvature' of the earth, please. ('Ball', not circle.)
  3. No, he doesn't believe that the bridge was built any longer than required. It was the globeheads that said (a ridiculous) 2 inches were added over 24 miles to accommodate the earth's curve (which doesn't add up anyway you look at it). Show me.
  4. No. Go the other way. He's asking why he can see something 24 miles away that should be below the curve.
  5. Have a +1 "Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all." Daniel 11:37 I had him pencilled in as my best answer at the time (many years ago) "Children, it is the last hour, and as you have heard that antichrist is coming, so now many antichrists have come. Therefore we know that it is the last hour." 1 John 2:18 Not me. (I never thought that.)
  6. No. I haven't seen the shape of the earth with my own eyes. I haven't been far enough away from it to view it in the whole. I simply question the spinning ball earth.
  7. The amount of goals Doolan scored is something special. Should be a great day!
  8. Oh, I'm all too aware. He's someone who would bet everything they have PLUS the lives of himself and his family on the earth being a spinning ball DESPITE never being back (or up) far enough himself to see the actual shape for himself "A globe in every classroom." This amateur rocket stops (for some reason) at 73 miles (and we're still no further ahead). You ain't going up no 73 miles in a balloon. NASA used balloons up until about 1960 (first American in 'space' was in 1961) and then they (supposedly) landed on the moon in 1969.
  9. And, of course, that's not what're talking about. We're talking about being able to see things at distance that should be below the (imaginary) curve. Explain then.
  10. Just a quick shout-out to the antichrist who turns 18 today.
  11. The '24' is for the 24 mile length of the bridge. We were given the approx. 25,000 mile circumference. If that is correct, then the earth should curve approx. 8inches for the first mile, 32 inches for the second mile, 72 inches for the 3rd mile... and 384 feet for 24 miles.
  12. Pythagorean theorem is incorporated to determine the curvature of the earth (using the approx. 25,000 mile circumference that was given to us by the spinning ball globists).
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