Message from ^Kevin^ in The Ice Wall #lounge
because kevin can always tell CGI from the real thing
because we live on flat earth
we can't get pass the dome
Nice circular reasoning there.
so anything showing pics of earth are obviously false
keep in mind, Kevin doesnt care about facts
its not circular reasoning, its very straightforward
The earth is flat, therefore all space pictures are fake, therefore the earth is flat.
if one thing is true, then one truth reveals another
that is why the evil powers that should not be want to keep us in the dark and lie to us
they don't want us to know that our shit stinks
no, we can't get pass the dome, therefore any pics showing the globe in one pic are CGI
Anyway you’ve dragged us off topic. What about the picture shows that it’s CGI?
all CGi, maybe a few aren't but they don't try to show the whole globe
Doctor, he doesnt actually have anything to back himself up
Yeah, that’s what I thought as well. Anyway I gtg.
Robert Simmons who works for NASA: " It's photoshopped, but it has to be."
2:15 in this video
2:13 to 2:15
Everything I say is backed up with evidence
just because you refuse to look at the evidence provided doesn't change the proof
ostriches thinking your right
covering your eyes from the truth doesn't change the truth
it just keeps you in the dark
great metaphor since ostriches dont do that 👌
What in the world are they talking about then? When people say someone has their head buried in the sand, they are claiming that the person is ignoring obvious facts or refusing to accept advice, hoping that simply denying the existence of a problem will make it go away.
This popular metaphor is believed to have originated with observations of ostriches that appear to bury their heads in the sand to avoid predators. Some people think this behavior results from the fact that ostriches are so stupid that they believe burying their heads will make them invisible to predators. In other words, if they can't see the predators, then the predators can't see them.
and i you bothered to read the article it says the ostiche doesnt bury its head in fear
also, i do actually think yyou using it is a good metaphor, just for dffernt things
ostriches are fast and don't bury their head in sand, they do put their heads near the ground to eat stuff off it, its still a valid metaphor
>head near ground = head under ground
pretty much they don't equal each other
they might actually dig into the sand to find food hiding in the sand
so they might actually bury their head in sand grabbing food with their beaks, its not reallly about hiding from predators
i am not argueing that kevin
my points and links are valid