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knipple

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#1 14 years ago

http://www.alaska.net/~clund/e_djublonskopf/FlatHome.htm Yah, I hate this kind of stuff, and no I don't actually believe them. Please someone explain to me why with all this science there are still people who believe this? Matt Aster Manager of Public Relations FileFront, Inc. [email="prdep@filefront.com"]prdep@filefront.com[/email]




mEkImIrMe

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#2 14 years ago

LMAO!!!! That is a great find




Mr. Matt VIP Member

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#3 14 years ago
Dispelling common myths about "proof" regarding round earth theory

LMAO, isn't that proof photographs taken from space showing... a round Earth?!




MonsterMuddy

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#4 14 years ago

What the earth is round? Why is there a link to my webpage?




Commander_Miller

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#5 14 years ago

OMG is that even real? Tell me thats a joke. Its not? OMG!!!! These people should defintely stop smoking marijuana. Here is just one item of complete stupidity:

While flat-Earthers know that the ocean is really just a large bowl, (with great sheets of ice around the edges to hold the ocean back), and the atmosphere is contained by a large dome, the backwards "round-Earth" way of thinking would have you believe that all those trillions of gallons of water and air just "stick" to the planet's surface. Conventional thinking would suggest that the water would just run down the sides of the Earth (to use the analogy again, like droplets running down the sides of a beach ball) and fall into outer space, while the air would dissipate.

Hello, ding dongs? the beach ball analogy doesnt work because GRAVITY is pulling down the grains of sand. DUH! is there some extra huge source of gravity by the south pull that would be pulling the oceans down? no! I still cant believe this is real. there are so many other things i could put but im not going to. Are you sure this is real?




Commander_Miller

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#6 14 years ago

in answer to mr.matt, im sure these "philosophers" think that all the whole moon landing and the space program and everything else is phony. So they would beleive anything.




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#7 14 years ago

Ah yes, of course. Unless they think the moon is also flat... like two pieces of paper parallel to each other :D




Commander_Miller

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#8 14 years ago

wow im shocked that they dont. heres another quote

With all this turbulence and motion, if the world were round, the oceans should all fall "down" into the sky, leaving the planet dry and barren, and the atmosphere would simply float away. Why, just look at the moon. It is round, like a ball, and yet it has no atmosphere at all.

2 words. Pure Idiocy.




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#9 14 years ago

I'm guessing the folks who wrote it haven't done much swatting on how gravity actually works...




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#10 14 years ago

Well think about it they had no Idea about gravity and it made perfect sence to ppl back then that the world was flat and that you could fall off the side I personally think that it make alot of sence why they thought it to because sometime if a ship left and didn't come back they would think O NO IT FELL OFF THE SIDE!!!!!

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