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


2020-04-27 16:30:17 UTC  

How much power can be taken from a few morons?

2020-04-27 16:30:50 UTC  

The manipulators retain perfect cognitive thought processes, although evil to the core, while those being manipulated completely lose their ability to discern truth from fiction.

2020-04-27 16:31:01 UTC  

It would not be able to sustain a civilization, because a civilization needs intelligence to exist and evolve

2020-04-27 16:31:02 UTC  

A few morons are growing into many.

2020-04-27 16:31:37 UTC  

Flat Earth?

2020-04-27 16:31:53 UTC  

Like I said, many of them just distrust what they are told by the elites

2020-04-27 16:32:10 UTC  

Most of them are not moronic nor actually believe the earth is flat

2020-04-27 16:32:43 UTC  

You underestimate the minimal amount of morons required to be turned loose in the world , before the consequences are seen.

2020-04-27 16:33:05 UTC  

What consequences would that create?

2020-04-27 16:34:51 UTC  

That paves the way for civilization to go backwards.

2020-04-27 16:36:12 UTC  

Also, it does not matter if someone believes if the earth is flat, if that is the agenda they are pushing.

2020-04-27 16:36:56 UTC  

But in a way many conspiracy theories can be seen like this and none of them have had such consequences

2020-04-27 16:37:15 UTC  

For example I'm of the mind that that 9/11 was some kind of inside job

2020-04-27 16:38:03 UTC  

This is not about one or two manipulations occurring, it is 10,000 of them happening all at once.

2020-04-27 16:38:39 UTC  

There are those that wish to bring chaos into every aspect of your life.

2020-04-27 16:40:36 UTC  

Flat earth is only one pathway into the mind of those that either wish to join the manipulation, or those too stupid (not too ignorant, as ignorance can be cured with knowledge) to see the truth and therefore recognize the manipulation.

2020-04-27 16:42:07 UTC  

Things like YouTube act as a huge magnification lens. Those that wish to be manipulated get manipulated much, MUCH easier via YouTube.

2020-04-27 16:42:49 UTC  

Those that wish to seek knowledge do indeed find more knowledge than they could ever take in within their entire lifetime.

2020-04-27 16:43:30 UTC  

The problem is that many people do not have discernment.

2020-04-27 16:44:25 UTC  

Not only discernment to tell fact from fiction, but also discernment to take into consideration what impact these things do or do not have in their lives.

2020-04-27 16:45:53 UTC  

People become completely consumed with topics or ideas where either outcome should have very little to no impact on their lives.

2020-04-27 16:46:11 UTC  

And yet they allow their lives to be destroyed by it.

2020-04-27 16:47:05 UTC  

Now add 9,999 more of these manipulations to their situation.

2020-04-27 16:47:55 UTC  

There are live video feeds from space that show that the earth is a sphere, yet people don’t believe it.

2020-04-27 16:49:24 UTC  

There are endless calculations that have been done for 2,000 years, proving that the earth is a sphere.

2020-04-27 16:50:42 UTC  

Yet some jackass with a YouTube channel and tee shirts for sale can convince millions of people around the world that the earth is flat, **WITHOUT ONE SHRED OF EVIDENCE**.

2020-04-27 16:50:58 UTC  

The devil is truly at work.

2020-04-27 16:51:09 UTC  

That’s what this all boils down to.

2020-04-28 07:55:10 UTC  

You have a lot of anger

2020-04-28 07:57:41 UTC  

Might wanna look into that first

2020-04-28 08:03:28 UTC  

Just forget all the YouTube stuff. Start here

2020-04-28 08:04:18 UTC  

Flat earth isnt a youtube-centric thing

2020-04-28 08:04:29 UTC  

It's literally the original cosmology

2020-04-28 08:04:50 UTC  

It's the wheel of cosmologies

2020-04-28 18:02:32 UTC  

_A lot of anger_, eh? Is that your ‘professional’ opinion, @Rigg5? I'm stumped as to how you could come to that conclusion. I've reread all of my own postings, since you posted that Sean G vs. Travis debate video (yes, I quoted your posting of it in <#627030086964740096>, then I moved it here). I see no indication of anger from me whatsoever. Did you perhaps read what I posted while unintentionally still having an unnecessary e-rage filter installed on your input channel? Perhaps your inputs need a bit of cleaning or other maintenance, or perhaps they were simply mis-calibrated. Perhaps you simply don't know what anger is.

My replies are still up there 👆 , so please feel free to go read them again without the e-rage input filter installed. I mean, unless you also go by the name Travis and have a penchant for guys named Sean G. to make you look like an imbecile on live YouTube streams, then there should be no reason for a third party to make any strange leap in the direction that you have. In the event that you are Travis, please just go ahead and confirm it for me now. I'm confident that you'll be better off in the end.

Continuing to set the chat about earth aside for just another brief moment, why are you trying to cast a certain shade of light onto me, with this obviously false accusation of anger that you've made? I find it very interesting that you choose a personal offensive attack against me, rather than a discussion about the topic at hand. Why did you not initially choose instead to support or deny my statements about a flat earth model being incapable of explaining the many line items that I listed right off the top of my head? Are you Travis?

2020-04-28 18:04:20 UTC  

Now, regarding the link you posted of Hickson's _Kings dethroned_ book, perhaps you didn't know that this book has been entirely debunked. (Or perhaps you did know, but you were hoping that I did not…) The content within this book was considered so spectacularly wrong, that in 1989 it was classified by the archivists at MIT as a member of their "Nut Collection". In case you’re wondering what that means, it is a loving term for useless research that has absolutely **NO BEARING** on the scientific community.

Maybe the archivists at MIT have _a lot of anger that they might want to look into_, too.

2020-04-28 18:08:14 UTC  

> Hickson’s work is not alone in that collection, but it certainly stands out for its spectacular inaccuracy and the high degree of hubris it displays. Today’s, Hickson’s view (and his prideful certainty) that the earth is quite close to the sun, is considered almost laughable. Indeed, it may even sit aside other erroneous theories such as that old view that the earth is flat. However, what makes Hickson’s views more easily criticized is that he was working in a time with access to more data and better scientific equipment to avoid such erroneous conclusions. Further, Hickson was indeed overly prideful when he wrote his work and it makes his own inaccuracy all the much more ironic. He had proclaimed that his work would dethrone the great ‘kings’ of the field. However, their reigns were left solidly in tact and rather than sitting atop his own throne, he is considered to have no relevance in the field (aside from being a footnote example of faulty findings).

2020-04-28 18:08:31 UTC  

> As a modern reader, with sometimes limited time, you may wonder if you should put forth the effort to read Kings Dethroned. In many cases, yes you should make the time. The book is iconic for putting forth erroneous information and it does highlight the hubris of a man who thought he had it all figured out. If you are in the field of science, why not read a book that will broaden your understanding for the field and the scope of its history. Hickson’s work should not just be a footnote of inaccuracy, it should be considered as a work that does have a place in the history of the development of the field of astronomy. When you read the book King’s Dethroned, you may find yourself sometimes feeling astonished at Hickson’s thought processes, conclusions, and written statements. Read it as a bit of scientific history. Read it as a source of entertainment. Read it so you have some fun trivia to share at parties. Finally, read it as a warning against exercising any similar levels of hubris in your own scientific work.

2020-04-28 18:24:51 UTC  

It is not surprising that flat earthers consider Gerrard Hickson, the overconfident, arrogant, blundering idiot that he was, to be their godfather.

2020-04-28 19:36:15 UTC  

Im sorry, i missed any of the evidence in that monologue