Message from Biga S in The Ice Wall #lounge


2019-04-07 18:39:36 UTC  

how did you know when the light returned exactly

2019-04-07 18:39:40 UTC  
2019-04-07 18:39:49 UTC  

Clearly shows you don't understand the Casimir effect

2019-04-07 18:40:00 UTC  

explain

2019-04-07 18:40:03 UTC  

He's thinking you need the moon and Venus to find the sun. Lots of assumptions and assertions as to the exact distances and angles. Especially using ***PARALAX*** As a scientific means of measurement 😆

2019-04-07 18:40:04 UTC  
2019-04-07 18:40:29 UTC  

Alright, @Zika has been warned for '**Bad word usage**'.

2019-04-07 18:40:32 UTC  

Alright, @Zika has been warned for '**Bad word usage**'.

2019-04-07 18:40:48 UTC  

Niggher

2019-04-07 18:41:02 UTC  

Lol alright, if ya'all gon keep asking irelevent questions im just going to have to leave it up to you, wanna switch a subject casue it's getting akward for some of you

2019-04-07 18:41:04 UTC  
2019-04-07 18:41:06 UTC  

Niggher

2019-04-07 18:41:07 UTC  

Skippy Dinglechalk#0430 (456548637044899914) is now muted for '**Unspecified.**', alright? <:THUMBSUP6:403560443345371137>

2019-04-07 18:41:35 UTC  

@Biga S Your measurements assume both the distance of the moon and the distance of Venus. Thus, outrageously assuming the distance of the sun.

2019-04-07 18:41:49 UTC  

what do you mean

2019-04-07 18:42:10 UTC  

why are you insulting us though? that's what i don't get the most why not just tell us more about your experiment because it sounds really interesting

2019-04-07 18:42:25 UTC  

You tried using paralax as a scientific means of measurement, bro.

2019-04-07 18:42:51 UTC  

you can literally put the whole FE movement to bed right now so lets end it now what you say @Biga S

2019-04-07 18:42:54 UTC  

carlito i am not insulting, i am not here to teach you i am here to convice you and im happy it interests you but you seem the smartest between those other guys

2019-04-07 18:43:23 UTC  

@🍄The Mad Philosopher🍄 what? are you spewing random words to sound smart?

2019-04-07 18:43:52 UTC  

You're really pushing my patience with your condescension.

2019-04-07 18:44:11 UTC  

to say that 2nd graders know it was a bit of a nudge i thought but maybe it wasn't intentional

2019-04-07 18:44:36 UTC  

sorry carlito, did not mean to insult you. do you have another question?

2019-04-07 18:45:29 UTC  

hello!

2019-04-07 18:45:32 UTC  

yes, was asking how it was that you knew when the light returned after 8 minutes ..

2019-04-07 18:45:32 UTC  

@Human Sheeple why can i not speak in the chat?

2019-04-07 18:45:51 UTC  

@Biga S Do You have a single scientific method experiment to deduce that super-heated or molten metal can produce magnetism?

2019-04-07 18:45:59 UTC  

join the flat earth chat voice channel pls

2019-04-07 18:46:15 UTC  

the machine tells you. if you wanna go into detail of how the machine works - i stated a link

2019-04-07 18:46:38 UTC  

cool thanks will check it out

2019-04-07 18:46:44 UTC  

no problem

2019-04-07 18:47:27 UTC  

You kinda need that before anything else on your globe. You need a working core to generate enough pull to gather mass. Once enough mass has been accumulated, you can produce a gravitational field.
***BUT!***
You need that molten metal core to produce magnetism before anything.
@Biga S Good luck.

2019-04-07 18:47:57 UTC  

No you dont need a molten core to produce gravity

2019-04-07 18:48:05 UTC  

Cite any source you wish. Just need a scientific method experiment to support it.

2019-04-07 18:48:09 UTC  
2019-04-07 18:48:30 UTC  

Otherwise, how did earth pull anything to it?

2019-04-07 18:48:30 UTC  

I'm sorry i can explain but i just dont know what you mean
@🍄The Mad Philosopher🍄

2019-04-07 18:48:44 UTC  

well, isn't it true that if absolutely everything came from absolutely nothing that absolutely anything is possible @🍄The Mad Philosopher🍄

2019-04-07 18:50:00 UTC  

let's switch a subject and chellenge you, explain ME something for once. explain me how a solar echlipse works on a flat earth model. i would be fascinated