Message from rob in Willem Petzer Live Chat #info-wars


2018-07-24 14:52:05 UTC  

a spinning top?

2018-07-24 14:52:13 UTC  

@Sheamus yes do it! 😄

2018-07-24 14:52:26 UTC  

the aeroplane ones

2018-07-24 14:52:36 UTC  

that they always mention in this example

2018-07-24 14:52:42 UTC  

the ones they used in 1940?

2018-07-24 14:52:56 UTC  

those had to be corrected by pilot

2018-07-24 14:52:59 UTC  

@Sheamus Already done. Flat Earth - Heliocentric Model Examined Geometrically Part 1 - AutoCAD. https://youtu.be/yS_zF1V-pgE

2018-07-24 14:53:10 UTC  

they have to be reseated if they fall over

2018-07-24 14:53:19 UTC  

remember even radical aeroplane movement disrupts it

2018-07-24 14:53:35 UTC  

that is the reason for those 'autocorrecting' mechanisms

2018-07-24 14:53:40 UTC  

yup

2018-07-24 14:53:42 UTC  

@Newscat ZA Did you just say air"plane"? 😃

2018-07-24 14:53:45 UTC  

@Deejay from Earth yeah but can you put in VR goggles and fly around like superman? 🤔

2018-07-24 14:53:49 UTC  

if we could 'autocorrect' why have a gyro at all?

2018-07-24 14:54:19 UTC  

so you know where the ground is lol

2018-07-24 14:54:25 UTC  

😃

2018-07-24 14:55:18 UTC  

so like when the ground below you curves what happens ? a gyro keeps a dead level

2018-07-24 14:56:37 UTC  

Yup, the gyroscope tells the pilot the attitude etc of the aircraft relative to the plane of the earth

2018-07-24 14:57:25 UTC  

@rob this shows gyroscope correcting mechanism: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTXTCqMHyhg

2018-07-24 14:58:34 UTC  

"level" means a horizontal plane to the perpendicular of the centre of the earth (relative to your position)

2018-07-24 14:59:56 UTC  

The first patent for a pendulous vanes system was filed in 1941 by the inventor Frederick D. Braddon,

2018-07-24 15:00:25 UTC  

this is my argument

2018-07-24 15:00:35 UTC  

I want experiments that I can verify

2018-07-24 15:00:44 UTC  

appeal to authority doesn't work

2018-07-24 15:01:07 UTC  

hand wave we have the technology therefore that's wrong doesn't wash anymore

2018-07-24 15:01:13 UTC  

Yup. Crowdfund a heading indicator?

2018-07-24 15:01:38 UTC  

we don't need capital

2018-07-24 15:01:44 UTC  

just better experiments

2018-07-24 15:01:52 UTC  

oh yeah rob good point - but see that's why the gyroscope arguments are useless either way

2018-07-24 15:02:05 UTC  

how did they fly in WWII ??

2018-07-24 15:02:11 UTC  

Or you can fly in an airplane - as airplane flight is impossible on a ball that is rotating at 1600 kilometers per hour.

2018-07-24 15:02:11 UTC  

I watched a vid

2018-07-24 15:02:29 UTC  

the mechanism is for aerial manouvers, not the earth ball

2018-07-24 15:02:52 UTC  

I read somewhere - can't find it now, that the WWII gyros had to be readjusted by eye and had by pilot

2018-07-24 15:03:01 UTC  

hand*

2018-07-24 15:03:27 UTC  

how would you correct for level in the sky

2018-07-24 15:03:36 UTC  

without a level horizon

2018-07-24 15:03:39 UTC  

:/

2018-07-24 15:04:12 UTC  

guys you see - this is why i don't do FE - takes too much time

2018-07-24 15:04:26 UTC  

but everytime I've gone down a road, it was proven nonsense

2018-07-24 15:04:43 UTC  

why can't the FE ers provide a working model