Earth is not flat

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11 ups, 6 replies
Who believes the Earth is flat? Lol!
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11 ups, 1 reply
There's a few on imgflip making memes about it.
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10 ups, 1 reply
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I must have missed them.
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Captain Picard Facepalm Meme | THEY'RE OUT THERE | image tagged in memes,captain picard facepalm | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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The Rock Driving Meme | SEARCH FLAT EARTH VIDEOS DEBUNKING FLAT EARTH THEORY | image tagged in memes,the rock driving | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Ancient Aliens Meme | CRAZY PEOPLE | image tagged in memes,ancient aliens | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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6 ups, 2 replies
That user has some serious mental problems if he truly believes what he's posting.
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5 ups, 1 reply
I really hope he's only trolling...
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6 ups
Yeah, I hope so, but it doesn't look like he is.
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Well, to be fair, he's mostly just asking questions, like why astronauts train in a swimming pool, or why the camera in the Apollo 17 mission had perfect timing. So they may be dumb, but at least they're not completely an idiot. They're only an idiot when it comes to whether the earth is flat or not, as mostly he's just tried to dismiss every claim that the earth is round like Trump tries to dismiss global climate change.
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4 ups, 2 replies
NBA basketball player Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving believes the Earth is flat haha google it, it's pretty comical haha
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5 ups
What, are we in the 16th century? I thought we've moved past this.
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Oh no! This will be a complete blow for my 12 year old.
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https://www.google.com/amp/ftw.usatoday.com/2017/02/kyrie-irving-3-point-contest-all-star-weekend-flat-earth-jokes-twitter/amp
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8 ups
They also said, that the priest said that's the only blowing permitted in his church.....
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6 ups, 1 reply
Just a little something I picked up in Reading Class 49 years ago.

I remember that, but can't remember where I put my car keys half the time.
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Also in Europe in afraid
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1 up, 2 replies
Who gives a sh** if the earth is flat?
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I give a shit
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Srsly tho?
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I believe that the earth is round not flat
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Ahh, but gravity can and does hold those down as well. It's a little thing called terminal velocity. Terminal velocity is the velocity needed of an object in order to escape a planet's orbit, or gravitational pull. Like birds, bees, and every other flying creature, butterflies and flies are within Earth's gravitational pull, even if they can fly. The moon is also in Earth's gravitational pull, and so are the cities. And so long as they are built on the ground, they're basically glued to the surface as if it was flat, even though it isn't.
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would love your answers to these questions seeing as neil de grasse has refused to answer any...https://youtu.be/8x38ffcC5Sc
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The man in the video you sent in the link is kind of crazy in what he is saying, as there is plenty of evidence, like the evidence I described above, that the earth is of imperfect spherical shape. And he is at least partially wrong in saying science is merely a theory, as with enough evidence any theory can be proven to be a fact. The process of theory to fact is not only in the scientific method (question, research, hypothesis, experiment, analyzing data and communicating results; it describes the process of hypothetical to theoretical information) but also within how many experiments are done to prove said phenomena true. So saying that all science is theoretical is an extreme point of view. Although, the man in the video did have a point with Neil DeGrasse Tyson, as he was acting incredibly arrogant in the clips shown, as well as refusing to teach facts to the curious. And, as a scientist myself, I am slightly disappointed by this. Anyone who is smart should answer the questions of those that aren't, even if the questions seem dumb or review a topic you don't agree with. After all, we were all dumb once, but that doesn't mean we were ignorant. It's those that are ignorant, outright denying taught and proven evidence without even questioning it first, that are the people you need to watch out for. And I can tell you are not that kind of person :)
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Thank you .... yeah not trolling genuinely find the "evidence" provided for globes and flat stationary plane really interesting... I find him sincere not crazy... I mean how do you account for the gyroscope? or the frozen lake that has NO curve.. or the tests done over the 6 mile flat canal?? The fake NASA footage? These are real questions that no one has answered yet...
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oh and the lack of satellite photos... its true google satellites and all you see is CGI photoshop... if satellites are real WHY do we have areas of no service??? and why is over 90% of all data and information carried underwater in cables? these are FACTS that no one explains with common sense... also the fact that sun rise and sun set ALWAYS looks like localized light shrinking into the distance NOT the solid line of light that SHOULD stretch across the entire horizon IF the sun really was millions of miles away....
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_9cFTQg7NE
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Fake NASA footage? I'm pretty sure their stuff isn't fake. As for the google satellites, I'm also pretty sure it isn't CGI. And satellites are real, but mostly our service is dependent on areas close to cellphone towers. Satellites are mainly for GPS. Also, where is your source for the fact that 90% of all data is carried in underwater cables? And mind putting the sunset point into different phrasing? It's kind of hard to understand it.
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http://mentalfloss.com/article/60150/10-facts-about-internets-undersea-cables... just google data transmitted underwater.. lots of info..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_9cFTQg7NE.... youtube videos in the hundreds explain the sunset flat earth..... same with NASA look into operation paper clip...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_9cFTQg7NE
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MraaTMXDsyo
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Who the hell believes earth is flat?

However, it is just as gullible to believe you can see a candle 30 miles away. Not unless you're superman. Give me a break.

Use a little common sense. Go hiking up a mountain somewhere at night. See if you can even see the bright light at your own house porch.

Don't believe everything you read on the internet.
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Trust me on this: when it gets really, really dark outside (by which I mean being able to see the Milky Eay clearly), you can notice light extremely easily. So maybe it would be feasible to notice a campfire or computer screen 30 miles away, even if not a candle.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TOIRgsvOxY
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