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2019-01-27 05:02:52 UTC

Civil Debate Only. No Insults or ad hominem. Attack the argument not the person. No profanity. No Racism. Please bring religious debate to <#484515915069784085>. Thank You.

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2019-01-27 07:46:19 UTC

So what do you guys think of the civil war

2019-01-27 07:48:42 UTC

what civil war?

2019-01-27 07:48:49 UTC

I thought it was cool when that one guy did that one thing

2019-01-29 01:54:58 UTC

Hey just chilling

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2019-01-29 03:48:10 UTC

oh yeah yeah

2019-01-29 04:05:33 UTC

@Xon yo

2019-01-29 04:05:47 UTC

yeah oh yeah

2019-01-29 07:19:22 UTC

Oh yeah yeah

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2019-01-29 07:29:07 UTC

Gotta set up the other channels

2019-01-29 07:29:18 UTC

*mumbles about government oppression*

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2019-02-01 14:11:40 UTC

Gun control does not work

2019-02-01 15:44:26 UTC

It works for the criminals

2019-02-01 15:57:37 UTC

You got me

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2019-02-02 05:43:55 UTC

first thing I want to show you guys is a type of ferrocell and you're about to see what it can do here but basically it gives you an entire view of the not only the dielectric inertial filled but the entire toroid around the magnetic field this is absolutely amazing I have never seen such incredible detail on this but if you look at it it's just stunning and this really is a very very good representation of the e m field that surrounds the Earth and I don't mean the globe Earth I mean the Flat Earth because the center this part of it there is is where we are that is called the plane and from that you have the centripetal and centrifugal lines of force that actually do all the magic
Next electro static potential in the air we are literally swimming in it. Its what WE call gravity
Original presentation of gravity heard me talk about Richard feynman s findings of electrostatic energy that is actually emanating from the earth and its showing that there is an electrostatic potential that runs roughly about 100 volts for meter and supposedly has been taken up to 50 km. electromagnetic soup okay it is in my opinion and many others what we are calling gravity gravity is not something that is caused by mass attracted to each other it is not something that is caused by bent space -globebusters

2019-02-02 05:43:57 UTC

Much of the following explanations adapted from Nobel prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman lecture on physics section called electricity in the atmosphere. For every meter you go up in the air the voltage increases by around 100 volts or we could say around 100 volts per yard. We can draw these voltage increases what we call equipotential lines. The ground is negative and the sky is positive. This extends upwards 50 km or 31 miles where the air is very conductive. -globebusters

A static electric field it is acknowledged by mainstream science there is no doubt that it is there and like I said anybody that's done any Tower work or ever managed to come across ground when you're on top of a skyscraper or anything like that and you basically get the crap knocked out of you buy a static electric charge you certainly understand that it is definitely there

2019-02-02 05:43:59 UTC

This is a great compilation of evidence for very strange things like rotation and electrostatic effects and I want to show you guys some technologies that have been discussed in this and put a couple minutes in this video but again what this whole thing is about is about Antigravity perpetual motion everything and it has absolutely nothing to do with trying to do anything with gravity because they don't even know it what it is
some technology that has been created by scarab beetle wings and a couple other things. Exactly why because the the government's and the powers-that-be certainly don't want this technology coming out they have done their best to quash it in every way shape and form but you know again that's that's simply not going to be happening anytime soon I think it's going to come out more and more and really it's it's beginning to look like the secret to Antigravity is a combination of a couple things... being able to manipulate the electro static charge of somthing.. and the other thing that seems to be a big player in this is rotation... in gyroscope and we talked about that. Where you basically can take a gyroscope spin it up even if it weighs 50 lb on the flywheel that you're doing you can lift it usually with one finger right over your head and the only price that you're paying in return to that is is you must rotate around with it too kind of dissipate off some of that weight in a different motion. -globebusters

2019-02-02 05:44:01 UTC

The Hutchinson effect... it has been in a largely written off as whatever anything other than legitimate and again this is what they do they don't want anybody looking into this and they just need to watch nothing to see here folks just some weird electrical effect about this electrostatic field and how it is absolutely our gravitational effect. They talked about this static potential and give a demonstration, an experiment that basically lets you see that this is likely what is keeping the water in the rain clouds, these tons and tons of water in the air is a static diabolic alignment effect

2019-02-02 05:44:02 UTC

To bring this further... the University of Bristol and this is fascinating guys we've all seen the little flying spiders flying around and they call this affect ballooning, and it has been previously thought at least asserted by mainstream Scholars that what is happening here with the spiders is there simply throwing their silk in the wind and it's catching the air and they are able to fly around with it.

We have just seen the people at this University set up their own controlled experiment without wind and just simply emulating and electrostatic field that would be equivalent to roughly that 100 volts per meter that we saw with Richard feynman described and they're literally able to navigate around it simply by changing the charge potential of the silk that they're putting out -globebusters

2019-02-03 08:55:21 UTC

If the Ice Wall exists why can't i see it from a tall mountain if the earht is flat?๐Ÿค”

2019-02-03 10:16:00 UTC

Why cant I see you from here

2019-02-03 12:12:27 UTC

no no no

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2019-02-03 12:12:37 UTC

u got it all wrong

2019-02-03 12:12:48 UTC

the earth is obviously a triangle

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2019-02-03 12:16:30 UTC

Please no trolling.

2019-02-03 12:16:39 UTC

yes master

2019-02-03 12:17:30 UTC

also this server should make a trolls chat, where everybody there is a troll, and a troll roll, ooh that rhymes :D)

2019-02-03 12:18:19 UTC

I have that. But you won't be able to talk here anymore.

2019-02-03 12:18:54 UTC

I can give you access to that. Just dont troll here.

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2019-02-03 12:26:29 UTC @GIANDING

Number one you have what's called visibility. We have many things in the atmosphere such as moisture that prevent you from seeing infinitely.

Even if you went to a tall mountain and took away everything such as moisture, humidity, fog, clouds, rain, snow, pollen and dirt particulates out or even just removed the atmosphere completely, (which is impossible) there is still what's called optical slant and angular resolution.

Remember there is probably 5 storms between north American and Europe. How many storms are between your nearest mountain and Antarctica?

2019-02-04 04:51:38 UTC

If the moon is thousands of miles up, why can we see the moon in daytime even through the entire atmosphere, but the world record for farthest distance seen is, I think 275 miles?

2019-02-04 04:54:28 UTC

If we can't see infinitely far on a flat Earth due to debris, humidity, etc... why can we see craters on the moon in daytime using telescopes when the moon is at least a thousand miles up, but we can hardly see over 250 miles looking straight even when using telescopes?

2019-02-04 05:24:46 UTC
2019-02-04 06:54:21 UTC

You can only see the moon if its clear and no clouds

2019-02-04 06:56:50 UTC

I dont think the moon is as far as its claimed to be.

2019-02-04 06:57:46 UTC

Looking sideways has more atmosphere to look through.

2019-02-04 06:59:29 UTC

When you look sideways, the angles of light become more and more shallow as you look further and things disappear much quicker

2019-02-04 23:45:43 UTC

The earth is a trapiziod

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2019-02-06 05:37:44 UTC

Do flat earthers have an explanation for why there is a Southern polar star but no South pole on any flat Earth models?

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2019-02-06 06:57:40 UTC

If we were on a spinning ball we would see straight lines across the sky not perfect circuits around the magnetic poles as if it's a magnetic field.

2019-02-06 14:00:00 UTC

From that very last image, im guessing that's supposed to be a globe and the lines are showing the star trails

2019-02-06 14:01:06 UTC

Those are straight lines from that perspective, but that isn't the same perspective of the stars that we have standing on Earth.

2019-02-06 14:04:07 UTC

The lines are straight from the perspective of, let's say, floating in space away from Earth with the stars that close, but from the perspective of being on Earth, you can see the lines from the trails, and the ones away from your near center vision, about to the left and right, let's say the north and south poles were to the left and right, are visibly circles and not straight lines.

2019-02-06 14:04:31 UTC

It's hard to explain, and is mostly visual

2019-02-06 14:10:30 UTC

I explained that poorly, but a better version is that it's like hula hoops. If you have a hula hoop and hold it out towards you perfectly horizontally, it can look like a straight line. But when you raise the hula hoop above your head, it's a circle.

2019-02-06 14:55:56 UTC

So by saying the star trails are like a hula hoop you are saying the stars are moving and the earth is stationary. Either way the lines are straight.

Cuz if you wanted to model it right. You would need to say we are standing on the outside of the hulu hoop, looking outward, in which case the lines would be straight also. I dont think you understand how simple this is. Star trails prove we are not on a spinning ball. Doesn't mean it's a flat earth. Just not a spinning ball.

2019-02-06 15:40:51 UTC

The lines are curved because the earth is spinning, those images you provided support the claim that the earth is found

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2019-02-06 16:13:23 UTC

No. The images show the star circuits matching a basic toroidial field. If we were on a spinning ball you would see straight lines if you looked directly above you. But you dont, you see rounded circuits bending around the poles just as if you are looking at toroidial field from below it.

2019-02-06 23:04:22 UTC

Those images of the stars aren't looking straight up, and one of them is using a wide angled lense

2019-02-06 23:05:30 UTC

If you used a regular lense and positioned your camera so that the stars were completely vertical, they would be straight

2019-02-06 23:05:43 UTC

They dont look straight because we aren't on a spinning globe

2019-02-06 23:06:01 UTC

No they dont look straight

2019-02-06 23:06:19 UTC

Show me straight star trails away from the equator

2019-02-06 23:07:50 UTC

How straight, for each trail to be straight?

2019-02-06 23:09:32 UTC

Ima eat then brb

2019-02-06 23:24:34 UTC

They would all be straight if you were on a spinning ball

2019-02-06 23:29:54 UTC

Watch the video. There is more to it then what I've said

2019-02-07 03:01:53 UTC

Ok, now I get what you're saying.
The photo at 4:53 is using a wide angled lens I think, but the other photos, that's just how it would look on a spinning ball. The star trails you made on paper would look like straight lines, but that isn't the perspective people take photos from on Earth. If you drew the star trails *on* the ball, not away from it, then the stars would curve away from the equator because those stars aren't on the equator. Only the stars on the equator make straight lines.

2019-02-07 03:03:32 UTC

Stars basically curve away from the equator because they aren't aligned with the equator, or not on the equator, so they're "trailing" but angled away from the equator

2019-02-07 03:04:08 UTC

It's hard to explain because it's mostly visual, but try drawing it from the perspective of being on the ball, and it would do the same thing.

2019-02-07 03:33:48 UTC

Perspective. That's a new one for the globe theory ๐Ÿ˜‚

2019-02-07 05:39:21 UTC

Im not talking about the perspective formula or whatevs, Im talking about the angle at which you look at something

2019-02-07 05:40:03 UTC

From the angle you drew on paper, the lines are straight. From the perspective of standing *on* the ball, it would look the same as in the photos.

2019-02-07 05:40:47 UTC

You're drawing the star trails from a different perspective than the actual photos

2019-02-07 05:44:37 UTC

Quick question: @Citizen Z you said that the stars follow paths similar to that of a magnetic field. Slight problem with that, a flat Earth can't have two magnetic poles that would result in a field of that shape, because South has to always point outwards. Since the south pole would be stretched out over the ice wall, kind of like a ring magnet, you wouldn't get the patterns seen above, because there's no pole for the stars to move around.

2019-02-07 06:30:14 UTC

yeh, same reason why a southern polar star is impossible on a flat Earth yet it exists

2019-02-07 12:22:25 UTC

Think of a bar magnet

2019-02-07 12:25:05 UTC

Yes, I am thinking of a bar magnet. The problem is that it doesn't work. A bar magnet has two distinct poles, around which the field can form. A flat Earth does not have two distinct poles around which that field can form.

2019-02-07 12:32:45 UTC

Yes we do. The north and south

2019-02-07 12:33:12 UTC

And where is the South Pole located on the Flat Earth map?

2019-02-07 12:34:39 UTC

Who said I had a map

2019-02-07 12:38:34 UTC

We dont know exactly how it could work. We just know something ain't right. I was asked for an explanation of how the stars could work. I think I've provided an alternative. I wont be able to answer every question obviously. I just find it interesting how it looks

2019-02-07 12:51:33 UTC

And uh, the star movements don't match Earth's magnetic field... They match the field of a magnet if that magnet was up in the sky, causing the stars to move around it.

2019-02-07 12:52:02 UTC

I also appreciate how interesting it looks though.

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