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Once the child is born, there's no reason to kill it, regardless of what twisted sense of logic someone may have
As the beginning of my statement would have implied
I suppose a third sex would also be intersex children?
There are images of the Earth as a whole from outer space though.
Alright, I can't watch those videos at the moment, but I'm assuming they address
1) "It looks fake"
2) "The clouds don't move"
3) "The moon doesn't rotate"
4) "Where are the stars?"
So basically what I just said, but with an added number 5
I'll address those when I'm done with my audition
Alright, so number 1 is basicaly just a generalized version of 2-5, so I'll address 2-5
Also, this answer is based entirely on my own knowledge
2. The images were taken over the course of 5 hours, and since they were taken from quite a large distance away, using the given, agreed upon diameter of the Earth, we can calculate that each pixel on the Earth's surface covers roughly 20 kilometers
At that scale, clouds will appear to remain stationary, despite moving at 50~ km/hr (2 pixels per hour)
There's evidence to suggest that Stonehenge was used as a gathering place for festivals
One of the theories is that it was for a pre-winter festival, celebrating a successful harvest
It's the opposite, Z. The sun (and moon) appear to be larger at the horizon than at the zenith
The site is called Vaccine Liberation Army... Think there may be some bias there
... I'm just gonna leave now
*Don't get involved, don't get involved*
@The Gwench Idk if Soldz needs saving, but I already understand that Soldz and I don't see eye to eye on this matter... Or most others, actually
I'm a bit of an enigma when it comes to abortion 😅
Pro-lifers hate me because I accept that abortion is permissible in certain cases. Those ones are entirely against abortion. I, on the other hand, am not
Rape, incest, the fetus already being dead (idk why it's called an abortion then), cases where the mother might die, stuff like that
But for some reason, most pro-lifers start attacking me the instant I say that there *are* instances of justifiable abortion
Because in a lot of cases of incest, it's also rape. Secondarily, that child will have a much higher chance of being born with fatal genetic disorders. Obviously if it was consensual, and the child appears to be healthy, I'm against abortion.
I tend to be moderate on most things. I took that political compass test, and I was dead-center, no deviance whatsoever
@Soldz (CF) Perhaps we'll never agree on abortion. Just as I will probably never be able to satisfactorily explain to Citizen Z why the DSCOVR images actually make sense.
(by the way, they do make sense, if you know enough about how the EPIC camera was put together)
Disagreements on abortion stem from one discrepancy: does life begin at conception, or at birth?
As long as that goes unresolved, these arguments won't end.
The problem stems from the definition of human life
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.
So... quick question... What exactly is the conspiracy surrounding 5G networks? I don't really understand.
Apparently birds were being killed by 5G testing in the Netherlands.
||There was no 5G testing going on in the area||
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.
And where is the South Pole located on the Flat Earth map?
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.
I also appreciate how interesting it looks though.
You aren't having an abortion because you're starving though.
@Citizen Z Do you ever make an argument without posting dozens of links?
I mean, like Quorum said, you posted over 200 links, with very little of your own argumentation going on.
That makes it seem as though you actually have no clue what you're arguing
You expect people to attack 200 links of info?
I'm simply stating that your way of arguing isn't conducive to debate
Provide one link, and I'll challenge the information. Provide 200, and I'll point out how you're setting unrealistic expectations for debate.
You're attacking me now. That doesn't seem very civil.
And yet one is civil, while the other isn't?
I'm simply pointing out that your debates would be more productive if you had fewer links, with stronger evidence. People will dismiss it out of hand if you post them en masse
Now, I will respond to a few of them soon enough. The only reason I haven't done so yet is because I'm not actually at home, and being on a phone isn't conducive to typing out long rebuttals
And I'm saying I will, so don't accuse me of being scared, when the truth is that I'm in a car with 20 boxes worth of robotics material.
Can you prove that the reason it disappeared is because of a curve?
You're the one explaining right now, aren't you?
@Sofuto Ando Wetto argue on your own merits, or not at all.
"I cannot see skyscrapers more than 3 miles away."
The joke originates from a tweet by President Trump, in response to a message from Kanye West. I have no clue why that was done here though.
An ectopic pregnancy is when the fertilized egg attaches to the fallopian tube, instead of the uterus
It is nearly impossible to carry an ectopic pregnancy to term, as this kind of pregnancy almost always results in massive internal bleeding due to ruptured organs.
So this is a case in which it is necessary to have an abortion to save the mother's life.
@The Gwench I was referring more to what Z said. Late term abortions don't make too much sense, but ectopic pregnancies *are* an example of when abortions are medically necessary
Wait. If we aren't in space, what does the flat Earth exist within?
@The Gwench If I do math and compare it with data, am I not a good Globe Earther?
Unless your belief is that earthquakes are faked as well
Are you implying that seismologists fake their results?
Wait, the Mandela Effect has an "alternate universes" explanation?
@Soldz (CF) I think I prefer the remembering incorrectly explanation
@Titan The one without the black on the tip of its tail
I'm against it, because he declared an emergency *after* Congress declined funding
He declared a national emergency. He deliberately bypassed the decision that Congress made, which is a blatant misuse of presidential power
If it was truly an emergency, he'd have declared it before Congress declined funding, not after
Yes, but the key there is spreading their beliefs. They spread their beliefs to make 10% into 50%
Or, y'know, I'm here to have my views challenged intelligently
Not much intelligent conversation with a video. It's quite one sided
Talking to a video doesn't get you intelligent responses
For the record, flat earth related videos include flat earth debunks as well.
If you had reading comprehension skills, you would have understood that.
So what I just learned is that you *can't* do the math
Explain earthquake shadow zones, Z, and I'll stop believing the mainstream narrative.
@All Of The Above Do you actually know what shadow zones are?
Just areas that lack seismic activity after an earthquake
On a globe, this would be explained by the core
And since people's lives depend on accurate seismic predictions, I'd say they're pretty real
Seismographs don't assume the shape of the Earth
By comparing the detected vibrations to a baseline (in this case, no vibration at all)
It's literally vibrations drawn onto a piece of paper
The "flock" is a pretty biblical concept though
Did you check and make sure that the image wasn't faked @The Gwench?
Amazon runs a keyword search on your query whenever you enter a term
The term given was "lifelike silicon adult toy dolls premium"
So it pulled the closest matches to that given search term
As you can see, those two derived searches have nothing to do with each other.
Also, if they're showing up at the bottom of the page, that means that it's recommended based on *prior searches*
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