You video appeals to gravity holding gas molecules to the earth. Of course gravity is a theory that has never been verified – and has actually been refuted by light gases such as helium. And consider that air pressure at sea level is about 15 psi. So not only is gravity attracting gas molecules to earth, but it is attracting them with such fo…[Read more]
Hmm… still no PRO flat earth videos you’d like to present and discuss, huh? You mentioned Newton’s 1st Law – which I’ve already told you is destroyed by light slowing down in water, but then picking right back up to it’s “constant” speed upon exiting the water. What force acted upon that light to speed it back up? You also mentioned the ba…[Read more]
Hey T8, I’m still waiting for answers to my post with the sun, moon and earth artwork I did, and my latest one concerning Mt. Ruapehu. I’ve asked some simple questions in both of those posts, but haven’t heard any response from you yet.
Mike: …when I’ve repeatedly stated that refraction is a very real thing. It’s been many months now that you keep making that claim, despite me repeatedly talking about the effects of refraction. Time for you to learn a new song, T8.
T8: Fantastic. So you understand that Ruapehu can be explained by Taupo Plateau and refraction alone. Good…
T8: See Mike. If we are patient, each FE argument will be debunked…
Yes, the old “jpeg compression” argument again. It might interest you to know that when Rob Skiba first increased the levels on that earth (and other NASA official images), he did it during a LIVE stream. You can still find it online, and watch his computer AS he goes to the…[Read more]
T8: So eclipses are caused by objects unknown or the moon creating the effect on its own and that is a good enough explanation to debunk the idea that the Solar System model can explain it all perfectly and visually. That sounds like scientism to me Mike. I would find it hard to ignore the fact that the SS model works like clockwork and v…
T8: The Flat Earth produces eclipses how? And the curved shadow on the moon, what is that?
Solid questions. Let me begin my answer by asking you how you know the darkened part of the moon during a so-called eclipse is a “shadow” of something else at all, let alone that the “shadow” is caused by the earth. Some ancient cultures believed in a dar…[Read more]
T8: So it was absurd and the solution was to not only double down on absurd, but to double down the double down x 1 million, that is throw out all the evidence we have for the globe earth because we sometimes see things that do not ordinarily happen.
The solution for me was to investigate further, to see if there were any other similarly absurd e…[Read more]
T8: As for Ruapehu, My honest opinion on that is a portion of the mountain in the shot is behind the curve… I can’t think of any other reason at this stage to explain it. But let me be clear, I am happy with refraction…
Another brilliant response! We both agree that refraction/distortion is a real thing. But this is what I was just talkin…[Read more]
T8: Hey Mike, this stuff is way harder than I thought. It seems hard to find info on these questions, I guess because people do not really look into things like this. I’ve read a whole lotta stuff and one comment I saw said the moon travels the other way. Only saw it once and when I google it, nothing comes up. Who knows at this stage. I will kee…
I don’t know if I’m right on this solar eclipse shadow, but for me it all comes down to this… If a shadow passes over you from your right to your left, then the thing that caused the shadow must have also passed over you from your right to your left. So the way I see it, if the moon’s shadow goes west to east across the earth, then the moon i…[Read more]
I addressed it on the very next page. In posts 2, 6, 9, 11, 14, 15, 19 and 20 of that page. Almost half of that entire page was filled with posts from me addressing your math post. And that’s what pisses…[Read more]