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    Ball Earth conundrums

    I've never even heard of flat-earthers calculating lunar eclipses. I'm pretty comfortable saying they don't. The flat-earth model doesn't address lunar eclipses. I've never seen a flat-earther calculate and predict any heavenly body motions. I've seen it. Like seeing 2/3 of the top of...
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    Here's a video from a pilot who's has the opportunity to video record confirmation the flight listing of 10 hours 50 mins, the airport, the physical airport display board of the flight, the gate and the airplane docked for passenger loading. This is a non-stop Auckland to Santiago. Again...
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    Your non-propaganda video for reference: "The Arctic and Antarctic Prove Flat Earth" Let's refute. The video I posted (Why the Antarctic is colder than the Arctic?) already covered why Antartica is colder than the Artic: a mile-thick of water-ice on top of land continent that has the highest...
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    Password 🔑 (game)

    The New Password Riddle: One word. What is it? You are what you are You're you when Bob says she pretty And Phil says she's ugly You can be for all time Or you can be for a moment
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    Selenelions are interesting. I watched a video of a good one. But let's be fair, using the SE model astronomers have correctly predicted the time and place of aprox 230 lunar eclipses (1900-2023). You wrote, "it is similar evidences that also would disprove ball-Earth (e.g. selenelions)". Do...
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    Thanks, Mo. We know it usually comes down to confirmation bias. Like, even if he had shown location and sun rise/set with navigational proofs, shown the shadows with a compass, some folks would just say they can't trust the visuals and/or the person. Individuals have to look inside and...
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    @Dino246 @Moses_Young @GaryA Dino, I wonder if you can take a look and advise on the below video that I think confirms the curvature observation you describe relating to the Sydney Opera House shadows. This video has info of the SE sunrise and SE sunset from Darwin, Australia on a day where...
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    I tried grabbing a smaller size of the graphic but it didn't make a difference. I didn't notice the change. Good eye. The second post's image would be the correct concept, the twist. I think the first one is a reverse image. As I said, the image is just representing the concept that the...
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    Password 🔑 (game)

    goads?
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    Nothing but questions.

    You like it hot and spicey?
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    There's always the Buckminster Fuller flat map. It keeps all the land masses sizes correct. Hmm... wonder why it never caught on? :sneaky:
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    True story. When I first wrote that part I wrote (in bold type), "one person would see one side of the moon, and to a certain degree some common view of the bottom, and the other person would see the other side (sometimes called the Darkside of the Moon). But of course, we only see one side of...
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    In the spirit of brotherhood, let's pause this for beat. In one sense, we're 'chasing a tail' here. To some extent, we've both heard about historical observations and calculations over the centuries, confirmed and then added to, that set the heliocentric and SE model among astronomers and in...
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    Ball Earth conundrums

    @GaryA @Moses_Young I wanted to repost this, cause my last post on this didn't make sense. Gary, Moses, do you believe the moon is flat or spherical? If you look at the pictures, video or live streams of the moon from both the northern and southern hemispheres the geography/features of the...
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    A New Thread

    Naturally what you're doing is taking a position, and then trying to assemble what fits it. If you look at the history of the issue, which is easy to do, you'll see the work of astronomers 1400-1600 (just to take a snippet) was the work of devoted christians. In the late 1400s early 1500s...
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    What Really Annoys You About Others?

    You wrote, "I really get bored by charmers. Or those who think you should always be be “On” You got to read the room, right? lol I mean, it's not that someone is on or off, charming or not, but rather appropriate for the situation. I'd say. I have/had friends who are usually "happy and...
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    Grace Alone

    @JimmyTheLock @mailmandan @Magenta Let's see if you all can come into one accord on this. Let me know if you both agree with the conclusion of the short video below that explains the faith works issue. Do you agree? Note anything you disagree with. The video provides the scriptural...
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    Grace Alone

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    Very telling...

    If anyone is interested in seeing what an episode of Reading Rainbow was like:
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    A New Thread

    I know, Lynx, in 2023, for this to be a deception, there are A LOT of people who have to knowingly be lying, not to mention hundreds of years previous. The money from a few decades of NASA is horrendously insufficient a reason. At one of Cornerstone festivals, a christian sister who was a key...