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Serpentarius 2 points ago +2 / -0

Explain eclipses please

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Serpentarius 2 points ago +2 / -0

Why are the other planets round?

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Afks 1 point ago +1 / -0

Spheres on top of a pool table do not conclude that the pool table itself is a sphere

Try another one

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Serpentarius 2 points ago +2 / -0

How has no one ever taken an image of the "edge"?

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Afks 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm showing you the ways their proofs don't add up

The contradictions in their theories and their "proofs"

I'm glad you brought up pictures though, because NASA has published contradicting "photos" of the Earth over the years

https://aplanetruth.info/2015/10/05/nasa-blinks-again-still-where-are-the-billions-of-stars/

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Serpentarius 1 point ago +1 / -0

Please read this comment in full before you respond.

I feel like we are in an argument loop. Let me try to explain my position in full detail for you and maybe we can reach a mutual understanding of each other.

I have been curious about the paranormal and open minded to conspiracy theory since a young age. The space industry has always intrigued me but I saw a documentary about moon landing conspiracy in the 90's that kinda blew my mind. I didn't reflect much on this again till the 2000s. I had gotten access to high speed internet for the first time and decided to jump down a paranormal video rabbit hole. I when hardcore into this after I saw a few videos about UFOs and 9/11/01. I had no interest in anything else for months. I was so obsessed that I was making DVDs of these topics in bulk and giving them to other people to spread the world. This was before Facebook and social networking was new. I was as passionately convinced of my beliefs as you are about yours. I felt a compulsion to wake up people to the "real" world. After a year or two, I became a little numb to it and pretty much gave up my evangelizing. I have always considered conspiracy theory my main hobby. I don't watch many television programs or network news. I try to get my info from as close to the source as I can and as many perspectives as possible. I have a drive to know the real truth and my perspective is always changing. I am sceptical to all of my beliefs.

Flat Earth... There is something about this theory. That is, there are a lot of arguments that make it look feasible. That is the most frustrating part about this theory for people like me. It's easy to make a point or 2 that will make the average person scratch their head. The thing is, like with every theory, you have to weigh the arguments from both sides and see for yourself which argument is more valid. When it comes down to it, ball earth has way more going for it. Have you tried reaching against your argument?

Happy thanks giving, btw

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Afks 1 point ago +2 / -1

LOL the eclipse is actually a proof used to disprove the globe lie, so I'm glad you brought it up

https://youtu.be/nfLzBVvwcRA?t=832

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Serpentarius 1 point ago +2 / -1

I've seen a lot of this Eric dubay. He is like the messiah of flat Earthers. Too bad he lacks even a basic understanding of physics.

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Afks 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you've already seen a lot of Eric Dubay's material and it still isn't clicking, then try David Weiss or Odd TV

Sometimes hearing the same information from a different voice or told in a slightly different way can make a big difference

Either way, I need to take off and get some work done with what little free time I have left this morning!

I would encourage you to not disregard the FE notion as insanity

For me, the formula never working for calculating the curve of the Earth is a significant smoking gun, among other reasons

I like the curve calculator one because most people can test this from home for themselves without any fancy equipment or secret leaked government documents required

Understand that we are at war with secret societies who lie, manipulate, and control us like cattle

Light obliterates the darkness, fren. Absolutely eradicates it; no contest.

Godspeed

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WindyJibbz 0 points ago +1 / -1

The sun is the same size as the moon and the same distance. It is not 5,000 times bigger and exactly 5,000 times further away. Its local, sun rays through clouds prove that. Tops 3,000 miles away.

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Serpentarius 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wrong