OFFICIAL FLAT FUCKING EARTH THREAD

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Jan 29, 2016
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I started watching this yesterday and finishing it today
[ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iIZ9H4ZLzs&t=4635s[/ame]

people in video:
1. Edgar "Eddie" Bravo:
is an American Jiu-Jitsu instructor, musician, and former UFC analyst. He is the founder of 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu.
2. Eric Dubay:
"I'm a 34 year old American living in Thailand where I teach Yoga and Wing Chun part-time while exposing the New World Order full-time."
3. Kron Gracie:
is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner and a member of the Gracie family. He is the youngest son of Rickson Gracie and grandson of Helio Gracie. He is currently under contract with Rizin Fighting Federation.


Theres a dude on there thats defending the Globe in the podcast. Its interesting. Tons of info from both sides
 
Feb 19, 2015
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Ok ok.. Can I simplify things by just asking who here thinks the Moon Landing was not faked and actually happened.


PS. I wish NASA didn't accidentally delete the original videos or whatever their claim was as to losing the proof of "a giant leap for mankind"

it was directed by stanley kubrick
 

Mac Jesus

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Lol globe heads and their science Mac Jesus @Mac Jesus
I told him I worked at NASA as a janitor and the head of NASA taught me mathematical formulas and confided in me that space is not real and the dude is still trying to argue with me.
 

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I believe the moon landing was staged in the 60s....but i think the motives for faking it arent way down the rabbit hole..cocky fucks just never imagined it could be disproved down the line.

I believe the earth is a planet and there are others in the milky way galaxy.

I also believe that information provided to general public about space is filtered and and refitted to aid certain agendas.

Its fun to speculate about the why..

Good thread S dot Agony
 
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Ok ok.. Can I simplify things by just asking who here thinks the Moon Landing was not faked and actually happened.
I don't care if they did or didn't. It doesn't change anything in my life. What does it change in yours? Would you have a million dollars to your name if the moon landing was real or fake? Will the government and NASA suddenly disappear when the "truth" comes out that they "lied?" lol
 
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SO why does this even matter?
To prove that flat earth exists and WE ARE the center of the universe, it means that GOD EXISTS. if you believe that we are some rock floating around Nothing and theres TONS of other galaxies and planets like us, we arent special, we dont believe theres a point to us and we QUESTION GOD.
I never really understood what the motivation was behind the flat earthers but it never occurred to me that it's all about God and religion, so OF COURSE it makes sense.

It's scary to realize how big our Milky Way Galaxy is, put it this way- as many stars as there are in our own galaxy (100 – 400 billion), there are roughly an equal number of galaxies in the observable universe—so for every star in the Milky Way, there’s a whole other galaxy out there. All together, that comes out to a range of insane numbers that I won't bother looking up and posting, but those numbers in fact means that for every grain of sand on every beach on Earth, there are 10,000 stars out there.

Taking it further, if we want to narrow that down to stars similar to our Sun, even going by the most conservatives numbers, it gives us 500 quintillion, or 500 billion billion sun-like stars. That's a lot!

But we need to take it even further and narrow it down to planets similar to Earth, or "Earth-like planets". Again if we go by the most conservative numbers possible, Earth-like planets orbiting at least 1% of the total stars in the universe—there is a total of 100 billion billion Earth-like planets.

That means there are 100 Earth-like planets for every grain of sand in all of the beaches in all of the world.

The more you think about it there more you'll come to the realization that there isn't a god, more specifically there isn't a Christian god. We are an insignificant blip on the cosmic radar. The universe is 13.5 billion years old and our Earth is a mere 4.543 billion years old.

So of course​ when this kind of information gets scary it makes sense to ignore the facts (science, mathematics) and instead believe something much more comforting like we are the center of the universe. Much like the discovery of DNA proved evolution without a doubt, some choose to pretend it's not real and dinosaurs didn't exist, because DNA punches holes in Bible stories like Adam and Eve.

Facts often enough take a back seat to religious beliefs. If you can stretch the imagination to believe Adam and Eve and Noah's ark, then why not believe the Earth is flat and it's a giant global conspiracy by millions of people over the course of centuries to keep that lie going, all for the sake of what exactly? Atheism? Sure let's go with that, why not.

I typically don't mind if someone chooses to be retarded, thats fine, you can be the biggest idiot your heart desires, but once that person tries to spread the idiotic beliefs to other people especially children, that's when it becomes an issue.
 
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I never really understood what the motivation was behind the flat earthers but it never occurred to me that it's all about God and religion, so OF COURSE it makes sense.

It's scary to realize how big our Milky Way Galaxy is, put it this way- as many stars as there are in our own galaxy (100 – 400 billion), there are roughly an equal number of galaxies in the observable universe—so for every star in the Milky Way, there’s a whole other galaxy out there. All together, that comes out to a range of insane numbers that I won't bother looking up and posting, but those numbers in fact means that for every grain of sand on every beach on Earth, there are 10,000 stars out there.

Taking it further, if we want to narrow that down to stars similar to our Sun, even going by the most conservatives numbers, it gives us 500 quintillion, or 500 billion billion sun-like stars. That's a lot!

But we need to take it even further and narrow it down to planets similar to Earth, or "Earth-like planets". Again if we go by the most conservative numbers possible, Earth-like planets orbiting at least 1% of the total stars in the universe—there is a total of 100 billion billion Earth-like planets.

That means there are 100 Earth-like planets for every grain of sand in all of the beaches in all of the world.

The more you think about it there more you'll come to the realization that there isn't a god, more specifically there isn't a Christian god. We are an insignificant blip on the cosmic radar. The universe is 13.5 billion years old and our Earth is a mere 4.543 billion years old.

So of course​ when this kind of information gets scary it makes sense to ignore the facts (science, mathematics) and instead believe something much more comforting like we are the center of the universe. Much like the discovery of DNA proved evolution without a doubt, some choose to pretend it's not real and dinosaurs didn't exist, because DNA punches holes in Bible stories like Adam and Eve.

Facts often enough take a back seat to religious beliefs. If you can stretch the imagination to believe Adam and Eve and Noah's ark, then why not believe the Earth is flat and it's a giant global conspiracy by millions of people over the course of centuries to keep that lie going, all for the sake of what exactly? Atheism? Sure let's go with that, why not.

I typically don't mind if someone chooses to be retarded, thats fine, you can be the biggest idiot your heart desires, but once that person tries to spread the idiotic beliefs to other people especially children, that's when it becomes an issue.
So you are going off the fact that there are tons of stars in Space, thats why we are a ball and why you believe theres tons of other galaxies, and millions of Earths like us.
So why don't we see all of the billions and fafillions of stars in ANY outer space picture that involves any other astrological object (moon, sun, Earth)
Im perfectly fine with you choosing to believe what you want because it appeals to you more.

Fools say we live in a matrix and you'll look into it, why? because its appealing.
Fools say we live in a blue marble with zillions of other planets and give you fake pictures and you believe it, because its appealing.

I haven't been shown ANY picture of a flat planet and i believe it. Why? because I know how the system works and just how corrupt everything is. When you can't question something that DOESNT MAKE SENSE, theres a problem for me. This to me is just icing on the cake. The fact you trust your government to tell you the truth to me is ridiculous. Theres tons of REAL scientists who thought the earth as flat and wrote books on how they knew we are being lied back in 1800s! but you never hear about them. Theres tons of people who questioned the moon landing WHEN IT WAS HAPPENING and they just got shrugged off. Im not MAKING you believe anything. Im simply showing you other pieces of this puzzle you didn't even think about, that make the puzzle come together. yet you choose to work with pieces that never belonged to the puzzle in the first place.
 
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fuck u talkin bout weirdo .. I went to taft high, same school as eazy-e, ice cube, cypress hill, etc. and I'm from winnetka 818 region. get off the nutsack, fruitsnack.
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One of the memorable early scenes shows future superstar actor and gangster rapper Ice Cube as a teenager, climbing aboard a school bus in the mid-’80s and looking out the window at a parking full of rich white kids in their fancy sports cars at LA Unified’s Taft High School in Woodland Hills. The bus, which is full of black kids, pulls out, and over the course of a few minutes the scenery drastically changes from pristine Woodland Hills to the graffiti-splattered rough streets of south central Los Angeles.

The movie doesn’t delve any further into this intriguing reveal that Cube went to a nearly all-white high school dozens of miles from his home turf as part of a bussing program, and it leaves its viewers needing Google to find out more. A little searching reveals how important this experience was to him and to his world view.

“Think about how you felt at that age,” Cube told the Los Angeles Times in 2002. “I was mad at everything. When I went to the schools in the Valley, going through those neighborhoods, seeing how different they were from mine, that angered me. The injustice of it, that’s what always got me–the injustice.”


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