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2019-09-26 09:32:45 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  


2019-09-26 09:41:18 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

But why would they not?

2019-09-26 09:42:27 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Okay, to what purpose?

2019-09-26 09:43:05 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

I'm not trolling, I'm interested

2019-09-26 09:43:19 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  


2019-09-26 09:46:51 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Okay, okay, do you guys believe in the 8''/mile thing?

2019-09-26 09:48:53 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

But you provide calculated proof with using that as a globe earth model, at least I'm told so and I'm not completely sold on using those numbers

2019-09-26 09:50:26 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Okay, what would be the flat earth answer to explain the atmosphere?

2019-09-26 09:52:54 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Uuuhm, that's kinda how you're supposed to introduce new scientific theories. They are supposed to explain everything the old theory could and more/better

2019-09-26 09:54:02 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Another theory, same difference

2019-09-26 09:54:32 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

I expect an improvement

2019-09-26 09:58:17 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

doubting whether or not they've been to the moon

2019-09-26 10:00:12 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

ever looked into apollo 13, that wasn't particularly great

2019-09-26 10:03:26 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Compare that to defence budget

2019-09-26 10:04:28 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

DoD, as in Army, Marine, Air

2019-09-26 10:05:44 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

in case of US, more offence, you're right

2019-09-26 10:10:08 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

I agree, decrease the budget of the DoD and increase it for NASA and DoE (for preventing Climate Change)

2019-09-26 10:12:40 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

yes, all real. Even though I wasn't particularly alive back then

2019-09-26 10:13:00 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

they are both the truth

2019-09-26 10:13:29 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

and they did

2019-09-26 10:13:36 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

they to the moon ffs

2019-09-26 10:14:03 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

sure, well india and israel failed at it

2019-09-26 10:14:11 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

extraordinary feat

2019-09-26 10:16:15 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Yeah... they were in Lunar Orbit

2019-09-26 10:16:23 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Ever played KSP?

2019-09-26 10:16:27 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  


2019-09-26 10:20:28 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Well, what if there is no ice wall. say hypothetically the earth is a ball, spinning as we go

2019-09-26 10:21:11 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

I disagree

2019-09-26 10:21:34 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Yes, ever noticed what a compass does when it turns?

2019-09-26 10:23:56 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

I deny the existence of such an ice wall, I'm not denying the existence of this server

2019-09-26 10:25:59 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

wall != shelf

2019-09-26 10:27:33 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

that is because, news flash, glaciers aren't anything like Antarctica

2019-09-26 13:55:38 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Hi hi

2019-09-26 13:57:01 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Gawd, I'm just imagine a priest giving prayer while watching gaming YT videos

2019-09-26 13:59:31 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Well, there's multiple ways to interpret that

2019-09-26 14:01:29 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Ask away

2019-09-26 14:03:04 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Since there's no friction in space, the sun and moon are both only influenced by gravity and centrifugal forces. Those keep them in orbit @Priest

2019-09-26 14:03:36 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  


2019-09-26 14:03:39 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Just no

2019-09-26 14:03:52 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Idk, I'm on the "globetard" side

2019-09-26 14:05:10 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

But gravity itself is really interesting and a difficult subject

2019-09-26 14:06:00 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Some on this server do @Priest

2019-09-26 14:06:31 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Not I, just came here to have a laugh tbh, and see what things people believe. Not in a trolly way, just intrigued

2019-09-26 14:07:34 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

I'm not, yet at least

2019-09-26 14:14:07 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Sad or jealous?

2019-09-26 14:15:16 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Oooh enlighten me

2019-09-26 14:16:17 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Maybe I'm not so dimm as one might think?

2019-09-27 10:09:38 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

That seems to be Antarctica, yes. Not proof of a wall

2019-09-27 10:13:16 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

You can plan your expedition to the "edge of the world"

2019-09-27 10:15:17 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Asking questions to peers is part of research

2019-09-27 10:16:40 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Near south America and Australia?

2019-09-27 10:18:31 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

I found a few maps, but none seem to explain the two point entrance thing. The only thing I could come up with is the nearest land masses

2019-09-27 10:20:28 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

> Entire edge, hmmm, youre a lil dim I see, as there are only two points at which you can get to the Antartica.

2019-09-27 10:22:56 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Ah okay, my bad then. English isn't my first language. But two points at which you an visit it. Can I read that as in two controlled points (by the government presumably) from which you can visit a supervised visit to the wall?

2019-09-27 10:24:08 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

There's some truth in that, as far as I can see.

2019-09-27 10:25:11 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

But the reasoning behind it is the point of interest

2019-09-27 10:25:33 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  


2019-09-28 11:12:42 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Hey guys

2019-09-28 11:12:53 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

An indoctrinated young guy here

2019-09-28 14:47:40 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Say, who's the owner of the server? Just curious

2019-09-28 14:52:29 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Can agree

2019-09-28 15:54:39 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Ok, the earth is quite big, so you'd have to be far away to be able to see the earth wholly at once. The colour correction is needed because of the fact that the earth rotates (aka day/night). Most earth imaging satellites orbit at like 500km, which is not nearly high enough to see all of the earth so the pictures have to be "stitched" together. Aka Photoshop. I don't think the apollo crew had colour cameras with them so that colour had to be added later. This will, of course, result in small differences. The photo's themselves are still original though.

2019-09-28 15:57:49 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

^ Apollo crew was far enough away to see it as a whole

2019-09-28 20:15:20 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

As I know I'll be muted if I were to answer @Citizen Z with a similar kind of sentence, I will not.

2019-09-30 03:57:52 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Why have I been Pinged? Ghostping?

2019-09-30 05:50:53 UTC [The Ice Wall #vaxx-discussions]  

But if so, survive until you're 18 and get them yourself

2019-09-30 09:56:43 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Well maybe, if you have the money for it, you could arrange a ride in the Blue Origins New Shepard rocket. That will bring you just above the karman line, and at that height you can clearly see the curve

2019-10-05 06:05:54 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Some people, and I count myself among them, claim to be able to see some satellites, **at night when the solar panels can reflect the sunlight** thus making a sort of star that moves quickly across the sky.

2019-10-05 08:50:42 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

@mjones hey man, you claimed earlier that you were a scientist, in which field may I ask?

2019-10-05 09:06:06 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

And your thesis @mjones?

2019-10-05 09:31:48 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

@mjones a thesis as in, the project at the end of your MSc

2019-10-05 09:37:33 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

@mjones what degree?

2019-10-05 09:39:11 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Well, video's and photo's, but you deny them @Logrian

2019-10-05 09:39:44 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

What evidence?

2019-10-05 09:40:23 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Evidence my 17-yo brain can't disprove

2019-10-05 10:22:19 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]

Honestly, the evidence that I've seen haven't convinced me at all

2019-10-05 11:04:14 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

@mjones how do forces in general work? As in, my explanation would be that F = m โ€ข a

2019-10-05 11:10:33 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

As in the force F is the product our of the mass m and acceleration a. Thus more mass and same force means less acceleration, more force more acceleration and same force means less mass etc

2019-10-05 11:11:52 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Would you agree with me on that?

2019-10-05 11:15:16 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

In science, the force in newtons is generally given with the letter F (with vector notation, but not possible in discord)

2019-10-05 11:17:03 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

That is different, for instance, if you were to push a cart horizontally, there will be several forces at work.
1. You pushing the cart
2. The friction caused by the wheels
3. The friction caused by the air

2019-10-05 11:17:57 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Part of a long explanation

2019-10-05 11:18:37 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

But it would be logically to say that if you push harder on the cart (with more force), the cart will accelerate faster

2019-10-05 11:20:10 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

And here it's important to make the diffet between velocity (v) and acceleration (a)

2019-10-05 11:21:03 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

v is measured in meters per second (m/s), a is measured in meters per second per second (m/s^2)

2019-10-05 11:21:26 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Acceleration is the *change* in velocity.

2019-10-05 11:21:59 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Without a force working on an object, the object would not change velocity

2019-10-05 11:22:27 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Yes, now throw something up in the air

2019-10-05 11:22:47 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

It comes down, by which force?

2019-10-05 11:24:57 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

What is it then? If not for a force?

2019-10-05 11:26:22 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Yes, and without a force pulling it down, it would have continued going up

2019-10-05 11:26:51 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Last thing was with gravity, but I don't think I can go there yet

2019-10-05 11:27:31 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

With a force pulling it down, it would begin to fall back. What is this force?

2019-10-05 11:30:25 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Will get back on that, have work now. Just so you know, I don't think torus fields is a thing. Will get back on the atmosphere too

2019-10-05 15:57:32 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

@Logrian so from what I understand, the human heart creates a field that applies a force to the object that you throw up. This force together with the weight of the atmosphere brings the object down again?

2019-10-05 15:59:10 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Also do you mean weight or mass of the atmosphere

2019-10-06 11:20:17 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

I agree @Yabai, FEers keep claiming that the globe model remains unproven, and that all pictures of it are fakes. While they are unable to provide an alternative theorie that explains all that we see and can measure today, and that what we can't explain yet.
And I mean an alternative to gravity, to the sun's motion alongside the stars & moon. An alternative to why I can see the ISS fly by on a good night. And much more

2019-10-06 14:27:45 UTC [The Ice Wall #civil-debate]  

Now that's the thing, the current model of the globe earth does explain all that we can see, and does that pretty well. Eg, gravity. I have not yet seen another explanation that fits all observations, without relying on gravity one way or another

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