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    04 Feb '15 12:41
    Many in this forum have been on the edge for to long, it's time to take the leap.
  2. Subscribersonhouse
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    04 Feb '15 12:45
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Many in this forum have been on the edge for to long, it's time to take the leap.
    Not to be picky but how do you account for the fact that people on boats lose sight of each other after maybe 10 miles?
  3. Standard memberRJHinds
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    04 Feb '15 12:55
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Not to be picky but how do you account for the fact that people on boats lose sight of each other after maybe 10 miles?
    Poor eyesight? 😏
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    04 Feb '15 13:38
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Poor eyesight? 😏
    Would explain why they're roaming the ocean to begin with. Has to be.
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    04 Feb '15 15:10
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Many in this forum have been on the edge for to long, it's time to take the leap.
    We need to raise taxes to help fight the edge then.

    Who's with me!!

    Just don't stand there, we must save the world! 😠
  6. SubscriberBigDoggProblem
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    04 Feb '15 15:59
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Not to be picky but how do you account for the fact that people on boats lose sight of each other after maybe 10 miles?
    People's life-force energy gets weaker the further they are away from other people. The devil is then able to jump in and create a cloud of confusion that prevents them from seeing one another.
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    07 Feb '15 17:09
    Okay, why do Canadians see different stars than Australians, if they are above us on the flat earth? (My Flintstones forum has been hijacked by evolution/creation.)
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    07 Feb '15 17:23
    Originally posted by catstorm
    Okay, why do Canadians see different stars than Australians, if they are above us on the flat earth? (My Flintstones forum has been hijacked by evolution/creation.)
    Much more obvious and easy to test, is time of day. Phone up someone in a completely different timezone and ask them where the sun is. If you find that their time of day is completely different from yours, then a flat earth model has some significant explaining to do. (its probably not impossible, just kind of difficult).
    And yes, I have spoken to people in the US who are 9 hours behind us, and either they were lying, or time zones are very real.

    I have also traveled across one time zone, as well as traveled north/south and observed the longer summer days and shorter winter days here in Cape Town in comparison to closer to the equator.
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    07 Feb '15 17:38
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Would explain why they're roaming the ocean to begin with. Has to be.
    The earth is not exactly a flat plain; the plain bows slightly downwards in all directions from the centre. This is due to the shape of the giant tortoise's shell which the plain of earth rests upon.

    Praise be to the turtle for he hath the strength of a thousand jawbones and his feet are as chariots ridden by the slaves of bears which feedeth upon the face of the whore.
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    07 Feb '15 17:40
    Originally posted by divegeester
    The earth is not exactly a flat plain; the plain bows slightly downwards in all directions from the centre. This is due to the shape of the giant tortoise's shell which the plain of earth rests upon.

    Praise be to the turtle for he hath the strength of a thousand jawbones and his feet are as chariots ridden by the slaves of bears which feedeth upon the face of the whore.
    For3et 3e not 3e Foure Elephants.
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    07 Feb '15 17:41
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    For3et 3e not 3e Foure Elephants.
    ^^^ UNBELIEVER!! ^^^
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    07 Feb '15 17:50
    If some say a turtle and others say four elephants, it should be fairly simple to design an experiment to test which is true. A camera-equipped drone launched from Antarctica or something.
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    07 Feb '15 18:13
    Originally posted by catstorm
    If some say a turtle and others say four elephants, it should be fairly simple to design an experiment to test which is true. A camera-equipped drone launched from Antarctica or something.
    No, no, no. You don't understand. It's a turtle and four elephants. The world rests on the back of four elephants, which stand on the back of a turtle.

    Eppur si muove.
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    07 Feb '15 18:20
    Yes, it would have to be four elephants for the four corners of the earth, but where does the turtle stand?
  15. SubscriberBigDoggProblem
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    07 Feb '15 18:42
    Originally posted by catstorm
    Yes, it would have to be four elephants for the four corners of the earth, but where does the turtle stand?
    It's turtles all the way down!
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