Message from Deejay from Earth in Willem Petzer Live Chat #info-wars


2018-07-24 14:36:14 UTC  

@Newscat ZA my initial take on it too

2018-07-24 14:36:25 UTC  

and I've been in a jumbo a few times etc

2018-07-24 14:36:39 UTC  

but there are some pretty decent thought experiments

2018-07-24 14:37:54 UTC  

seeing the horizon out of both sides of the plane at 33k ft is fishy if you think about it....

2018-07-24 14:38:24 UTC  

@rob You are not supposed to see a horizon at all out the windows.

2018-07-24 14:39:13 UTC  

Not matter how large the ball, the plane is above the ball and the line of the horizon won't be visible.

2018-07-24 14:41:23 UTC  

have you guys been following any QAnon ?

2018-07-24 14:42:03 UTC  

@Hotwire It actually has a lot of potential to make a huge difference, especially to our current affairs of it turns out to be correct. Lets entertain the idea DeeJay is 100% correct, just entertain it, don't have to accept it... what difference does it make to the guy on the street? For starters, what we think we know, we get from our sources, we trust our sources, so if our sources are wrong, we are wrong, our perception is wrong, and society is structured by these sources, no thing can rise higher than it's source. If the source is a lie, how can we ever attain the truth, without the truth, how can we know the right path, the right solutions etc?

And that's just the tip of the iceberg really, if you go down deeper into that rabbit hole, who knows where you end up, about what the truth actually is. What if you can't solve the current issues with your current understanding? What if the shit we are going through today is a result of this current understanding?

Just something to contemplate.

2018-07-24 14:42:52 UTC  

Yeah but there are far better topics that does the same

2018-07-24 14:44:07 UTC  

@rob yeah been watching some of the vids every now and again.

2018-07-24 14:44:23 UTC  

@Deejay from Earth about the horizon - I think someone should build a 3d scale model in CAD or sketchup with correct relative distances, so that we can see if that is true or not

2018-07-24 14:44:54 UTC  

I think people keep on underestimating the curvature and relative sizes, for example, the atmosphere is just a thin little sliver on the surface of the earth

2018-07-24 14:45:34 UTC  

ja, something I've noticed is that whenever I ask questions the explaination is always some advanced engineering or science but I've worked at large companies and it's always a miracle everything is running at all. it's like the gyroscope discussion, the debunkers say that we use hardcore science to correct our tools but in reality we use the simplest stuff that works, which makes intuitive sense, because if it was really that tough society wouldn't operate.

2018-07-24 14:45:39 UTC  

cad model is a good idea

2018-07-24 14:45:51 UTC  

@Sheamus Wow well spoken and well understood. Absolutely correct - you need a base-line of truth from where you can deduce the rest of the puzzle. But your house must be built on a rock-solid foundation if you are going to do it that way (so to speak).

2018-07-24 14:46:54 UTC  

@Newscat ZA Check out Rob Durham on youtube, he's an AutoCAD God.

2018-07-24 14:47:35 UTC  

yeah when I have time ... like I said, you keep referring to to watch some long ass videos, this is just a ploy to waste ppls time methinks

2018-07-24 14:48:13 UTC  

@So if I don't feed you with a silver spoon it's not worth it?

2018-07-24 14:48:32 UTC  

did durham do a good scaled earth model?

2018-07-24 14:48:46 UTC  

its totally not worth it

2018-07-24 14:48:47 UTC  

I've put almost two years of research into it. Don't be lazy, you have to know it for yourself.

2018-07-24 14:49:03 UTC  

I was actually contemplating to create the different models in a game engine lol would be interesting

2018-07-24 14:49:17 UTC  

well then, since I've not seen any good proof of FE, I'm moving on 😄

2018-07-24 14:49:32 UTC  

@Newscat ZA Yes, not only that he modeled an eclipse on that globe in AutoCAD - and disproved NASA.

2018-07-24 14:49:39 UTC  

@Sheamus definitely !

2018-07-24 14:49:54 UTC  

@Newscat ZA 5 minutes of reading on the gyroscope discussion was enough to make me stop and think.

2018-07-24 14:49:58 UTC  

ok, then when I've time, I'll have a look

2018-07-24 14:50:23 UTC  

ok, name one point of the gyroscope

2018-07-24 14:50:39 UTC  

the things I've seen about gyroscope doesn't disprove sphere

2018-07-24 14:50:43 UTC  

the whole point of a gyro is that the level doesn't change

2018-07-24 14:50:50 UTC  

once rotating

2018-07-24 14:51:04 UTC  

you can test that at ground level, gravity doesn't influence it

2018-07-24 14:51:19 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/469490581899575297/471328532472135709/Cu_Mi6MWcAE0HIS.jpg

2018-07-24 14:51:38 UTC  

I only do game development as a hobby, but could certainly try and do it lol, I'll see what i can put together as a fun experiment.

2018-07-24 14:51:51 UTC  

those gyroscopes autocorrect

2018-07-24 14:51:59 UTC  

which ones?

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?