• mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 1 day, 3 hours ago

    Hey T8, have you been following the fake mosque shooting in NZ?

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 1 day, 6 hours ago

    D4T:  By the way, I looked up the thickness of the walls on the lunar lander and basically it was about the thickness of a coke can, about  0.3 mm.

    Did somebody say coke can?  🙂

    This vacuum chamber can’t come anywhere close to the imagined vacuum of the imaginary outer space – yet we see what happens to the coke can, right?  As for the sub…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 3 days, 8 hours ago

    T8, think of it this way… If the steel tanker implodes at 4 psi (a difference of 11 from sea level), then it would explode at 26 psi (a difference of 11 the other way).  But propane tanks can hold hundreds of psi, right?

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 1 week, 2 days ago

    In a classic case of iron sharpens iron, D4T’s post prompted me to find an online PSI to millibar converter.  15 PSI is 1034 mb.  30 PSI is – as you’d assume – 2068 mb.  The converse of that would be halving the 1034 to 517mb.  Then you’d have to half it again to get 258.5 mb. So you see, T8, to get to the pressure where the ISS is, you’d have to…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 1 week, 3 days ago

    D4T, I was working on a new video, and had included the meteorologist talking about the Joshua Nowicki Chicago skyline photo.  He was explaining how cold lake temps and warmer air temps caused an inversion layer which projected the entire city of Chicago hundreds of feet up over the curve and set it on the horizon in perfect form.  (“What you’re s…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 1 week, 6 days ago

    See how they ride along the dome?  I still don’t know, but there are possibilities that don’t require a spinning water ball.

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 1 week, 6 days ago

    Look at the 1:03 mark.  See how much ground the red rays cover?

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 1 week, 6 days ago

    The sunlight hitting the outer extremities of the earth (the red rays) spread farther and cover more ground than the rays hitting the middle and inner earth.  Maybe allows for the longer summer days in the south when the sun is on its outermost circuit?

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 1 week, 6 days ago

    Hey Ed, just saw this today.  Less than 2 minutes.  Let me know what you think of the sunlight pattern part…

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 2 weeks ago

    Hey D4T, my mom told me last week that she has come to the conclusion that we never went to the moon!  When I first began talking to her about flat earth, she was irritated and thought flat earthers were idiots, and we had many heated discussions.  She had that same “switch” go off in her head when I tried to show her something from YouTube.  Sh…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 2 weeks ago

    Yeah, I love that promo.  Funny and well done.  Had a 2 hour video chat with those guys yesterday to work out some details on the best way to live stream and the experiments in general.  Sounds like there will be a lot of people there.  Now we just have to pray for good weather conditions!  According to my reckoning, the moon rotation will be Sund…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 2 weeks, 1 day ago

    The ISS with a pinhole in it…

    LOL!  Notice, T8, that these examples are pressurized things in a vacuum, while the steel tanker car had the lower air pressure on the inside.  My point is that it doesn’t matter if the lower pressure is inside or outside of the container… only that a container is required, and the pressure differential is what counts.

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 2 weeks, 1 day ago

    D4T, I will keep you posted on the moon rotation situation.  A bunch of us will be out at the Salton Sea next Saturday.  Paul on the Plane will be doing a live stream of the experiments, so check him out next Saturday.  I don’t know what time the live stream will be, or how long.  But the 16th and 17th are also the nights that Rich and I are exp…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 2 weeks, 1 day ago

    T8: The idea that the ISS couldn’t handle space because it wouldn’t be able to contain 15 PSI in a zero PSI environment is a silly argument IMO.

    This would be the ISS in a vacuum MANY ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE LESS POWERFUL than the vacuum we’re told it’s in.  If there was a way we could put an aluminum vessel in the vacuum and heat conditions we’r…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 3 weeks, 3 days ago

    Ed, it’s a good question you’re asking, and one that’s been explained by many people in many ways.  Which way is correct – if any?  It’s too complicated for me to explain right now, but remember that God enclosed our stationary earth with a glass firmament that is likely shaped like a half globe.  That means it has less circumference towards th…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 3 weeks, 5 days ago

    Ed: Hi Mike, I did not say you could not have “24 hour light”… …I said “Sun”…

    You could not have “a 24 hour sun” on the flat earth model – you disagree ???

    I cannot see how a 24 hour sun is possible on the flat earth as I currently understand it.  But I couldn’t say it’s impossible.  It’s a moot point for now anyway, since there is no verifiable…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 3 weeks, 6 days ago

    Hey guys, these are stills from that moon footage I took…

    The jump from the first to the second occurred in less than 7 MINUTES… right before our eyes!  The first was taken at 7:19, and the second at 7:26.  Note also how the “shadow” rotated right along with the Sea of Crises (round dark spot at top center in the first photo).  First of…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 3 weeks, 6 days ago

    Ed and T8, I’ll get to your last posts as soon as I can.  Gene, make a statement of fact, and I’ll address it.  Otherwise you’re just saying, “We know it’s a ball” over and over – and that isn’t saying anything.  You must PROVE it’s a ball – using only evidence that regular people like you and I can verify for ourselves… ie: not alleged pi…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 3 weeks, 6 days ago

    Yeah, D4T… it is a fantastic observation!  There is no way in the helical model that the moon can rotate counterclockwise by 20 degrees in the twinkling of an eye!  The moon is a part of God’s fantastically elaborate sky-clock, and now that we know what we’re looking for, the data should come piling in from everywhere.  Before long, we’ll kn…[Read more]

  • mikeboll64 replied to the topic Flat Earth? in the forum View Points 4 weeks ago

    Hey y’all, there’s about to be a live stream about some of my video footage.  It’ll be interesting…  https://youtu.be/IXqhhb_zIFs

     

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