Message from Karnivore in welp. u already Kno... #earth-flat-πŸ•³or-globe🌍

2020-04-28 19:43:31 UTC  

Your tone is so disgruntled i probably missed it.

2020-04-28 19:48:58 UTC  

My apologies. Nearly all of my above posts from just a few minutes ago only apply to the video between Sean G and Travis.

2020-04-28 19:51:57 UTC  

Regarding the video you originally posted and just reposted a few minutes ago, I have only skipped through it , watching approximately 2-3 minutes of it so far.

2020-04-28 21:07:36 UTC  

I have still only been able to view a few minutes of this above video between minutes 1 through 6.

2020-04-28 21:09:02 UTC  

So far, pointing out that a test might have been flawed would only prove that a test might have been flawed.

2020-04-28 22:10:55 UTC  

Regarding the power line masts going across Lake Pontchartrain:
(the pic below is an animated gif.)

2020-04-28 22:11:18 UTC

2020-04-28 22:12:23 UTC  

πŸ‘† CGI rendering of the power line masts that follow the curvature of the earth, over the top of a picture taken.

2020-04-28 22:13:04 UTC  

Looks like a damn near perfect example of proof of earth's curvature.

2020-04-28 22:14:21 UTC  

Here is a pretty good earth curvature calculator, in case you didn't see it already:

2020-04-28 22:15:38 UTC  

(enable Java and click ENGLISH, unless you also write Cyrillic)

2020-04-28 22:17:41 UTC  

I have no idea what that helicopter disappearing below the horizon business is all about, and I'm not going to dissect it. I don't consider much of anything coming from the Discovery Channel to not include some percentage of bullshit, either accidentally or intentionally.

2020-04-28 22:39:57 UTC  

Next, how difficult can it be to find 24 hour time-lapse footage of the sun never going down in Antarctica?

2020-04-28 22:47:49 UTC  

False premise comes to mind.

2020-04-28 22:48:35 UTC  

Instead of using broken time-lapse footage of Antarctica, claiming that because the footage is broken, that means the sun must go down, why not just find unbroken footage?

2020-04-28 22:50:28 UTC  

That took me less than 30 seconds to find that video, and less than 4 minutes to witness at least two full 24 hour, unbroken turns of the sun. The sun doesn't go down in Antarctica, during parts of the year.

2020-04-28 22:54:05 UTC  

On the other side of the globe, in Alaska's northernmost village, Barrow, far above the Arctic Circle, the sun doesn't set for 84 days.

2020-04-28 22:56:51 UTC  

Also notice that the shadows in the Antarctica Midnight Sun 24-Hour Time Lapse video are all very long or very, very long.

2020-04-28 23:23:27 UTC  

Lastly, using a Netflix movie from 2013 as proof that the sun doesn't go down, based solely on their choice of when to splice the loop is a problem.

2020-04-28 23:25:38 UTC  

**SEVEN YEARS** it took you to find that bad splice video and now claim it as bullet-proof evidence of something other than a clip from a movie.

2020-04-28 23:49:53 UTC  

Then an additional time lapse video from 2015 was used that had text overlays for North, West, South, and East. The starburst effect was perhaps dressed up, but the watch was clearly not fake. Besides the text and starburst overlay, you can't prove a damn thing was fake in that video.

Why didn't you also include the part at the end of this 2015 original video that shows the secondary time lapse camera capturing time lapse pictures of the primary time lapse camera following the sun automatically and snapping photos to create the original video with? Quite telling that it's left out, isn't it? The wrist watch is clearly visible spinning around in front of the primary camera, even though the deceptive narrator **CLEARLY** says that _"the wrist watch is a computer graphic"_.

How about this: Since I'm 100% certain that the creator of the Globebusters YouTube video you posted **KNEW** about the evidence that he conveniently left out at the end of that 2015 video, he has completely discredited himself, and thusly, the entire video. In for a penny, in for a pound, eh? Don't lie honest people and they won't know you as a liar.

2020-04-28 23:50:53 UTC  

πŸ‘‡ Below is the 2015 video that your boy conveniently left out the footage of the secondary camera filming the primary one, with the wrist watch in clear view.

2020-04-28 23:51:21 UTC  

> In the summer time at Scott Base the sun is above the horizon for 4 months, from roughly the end of the third week of October until the end of the third week of February. This shows the movement of the sun over a full 24 hour period near the peak of summer.
> Camera was set to take a photo once every one minute and one second (so that the second hand would be moving) should have made it 1min and 2 secs so the send hand would move faster than the minute hand in retrospect. ISO 100, 100th sec exposure. Lens was set on f22 to get enough depth of field to have the watch and horizon both in focus, hence the sun-ray effect. A modified Orion equatorial telescope mount was used to track the sun. Camera and tracking powered by solar panel and batteries.
> To see what the sun does at the actual South Pole, check out this video by Robert Schwarz:
> P.S. Flat Earth people, you are very entertaining with your comments. My challenge to you: put your money where your mouth is and book a cruise ship holiday to Antarctica below the Antarctic circle to prove the video wrong. I'll even reimburse the cost of your trip if you can prove the sun does not do this as shown in this video... Edit: Years later, cue sound of crickets, despite 40,000 tourists and thousands of researchers and workers going to Antarctica every year, no one has taken me up on this offer.

2020-04-28 23:57:24 UTC  

It's funny as hell, because only after posting the text πŸ‘† under the 2015 video on YouTube did I just now read the post script, calling out the Flat Earth people with the entertaining comments. Bold for emphasis absolutely fucking added:
> Flat Earth people, you are very entertaining with your comments. My challenge to you: put your money where your mouth is and book a cruise ship holiday to Antarctica below the Antarctic circle to prove the video wrong. **I'll even reimburse the cost of your trip if you can prove the sun does not do this as shown in this video... Edit: Years later, cue sound of crickets, despite 40,000 tourists and thousands of researchers and workers going to Antarctica every year, no one has taken me up on this offer.**

2020-04-29 00:00:44 UTC

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2020-04-29 05:07:04 UTC  

I few more nails in the coffin of that idiotic Globebusters flat earth "proof" video.

2020-04-29 05:08:21 UTC  

πŸ‘† If you didn't clearly see it already at the end of the original 2015 video, there is a video snippet of the watch rotating with the primary camera that's on the tripod, making that time lapse video.

2020-04-29 05:18:42 UTC

2020-04-29 05:33:59 UTC  

πŸ‘† The top segment in the above picture is a screen shot (from the original 2015 video) of the wrist watch that the Globebuster idiot says is purely CGI fakery and doesn't exist. The middle and bottom segments of that above picture are screen shots of that same **REAL** wrist watch that is clearly visible at the end of the original 2015 video, recorded by the secondary camera, which the Globebuster swindler conveniently leaves out of his deceptive video.

2020-04-29 07:20:02 UTC  

Quotes in no particular order, from the Globebuster fraudster narrator:
> _"There are people out there pretending to be objective, but are actually lying, and trying to deceive you."_
> _"Why would they go to this much effort to fake something that should be easily filmed."_
> _"The coincidences are a bit strange, aren't they?"_
> _"If you have any love of the truth, that should really bother you."_
And last, but not at all least:
> _"I figured that a peaceful, Socratic debate was the ideal way to discover the truth."_

The fraudster's _"debate"_ is neither Socratic, nor truthful, as can clearly be seen by anyone.

According to Merriam-Webster, **Definition of Socratic:** of or relating to Socrates, his followers, or his philosophical method of systematic doubt and questioning of another to elicit a clear expression of a truth supposed to be knowable by all rational beings.

If pushing the flat earth agenda weren't so devious, it would be quite a laugh, wouldn't it?

Here's a quote of my own:
"Globebusters are nothing more than fanatical fraudsters, who, perhaps because of a lack of honestly-earned validation within their own lives, attempt to force their untrustworthy, dishonest, deceiving, and downright unscrupulous ideas onto anyone ignorant enough to fall prey to their cunning devilry."

2020-04-29 07:32:26 UTC  

Another insightful comment that I just stumbled upon, regarding what someone else had to say about a flat earther calling himself Jeran (who is also mentioned numerous times in the video Riggs posted):
> _"While sometimes [flat earthers] eat crow, they are dishonest to the bones, act as wolves in sheepskin not having the least problem to lie and deceive and turn against you when it is to their advantage. (Rereading that passage I think it's unfair to wolves using that idiom, as wolves probably are social creatures and the FE galleons figures surely aren't.)"_

2020-04-29 08:06:04 UTC  

Circling back just once before I crash out for the night, πŸ‘‡ below is the full Discovery Channel Crushes Flat Earthers video. Everyone can see the whole thing for themselves. At worst, it was a stupid editing decision, most likely made because a boat motored right through the shot (also seen within the video). It's not a conspiracy to keep hidden the secret knowledge that the earth is flat. Also, why the hell did Globebusters not include the segment about the laser, nor any of the other helicopter footage? Another quite conveniently left out portion of the video that would have been yet another knock out punch to the chin of flat earthers around the globe.

2020-04-30 00:16:26 UTC  

Check it out, live video from the ISS.

2020-04-30 05:52:50 UTC

2020-04-30 05:56:43 UTC  

(reposting, because it's good)

2020-04-30 06:12:05 UTC