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10 ups, 2w,
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Picard Wtf Meme | SERIOUSLY! HOW CAN SOMEBODY LOOK AT A PICTURE OF EARTH FROM SPACE AND STILL CLAIM IT'S FLAT | image tagged in memes,picard wtf | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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12 ups, 2w,
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Some people won't except the truth even when it hit them straight in the face 😉
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5 ups, 2w
Shut Up And Take My Money Fry Meme | I NEED ONE OF THOSE | image tagged in memes,shut up and take my money fry | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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4 ups, 2w
Computer Guy Facepalm Meme | ACCEPT NOT EXCEPT | image tagged in memes,computer guy facepalm | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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1 up, 2w
Good Fellas Hilarious Meme | THE IGNORE FACTS AND REASONS | image tagged in memes,good fellas hilarious | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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4 ups, 2w,
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THIS GIRL IS FLAT CHESTED | image tagged in memes,change my mind | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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4 ups, 2w
Ray Charles | SHE LOOKS FLAT CHESTED TO ME | image tagged in ray charles | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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1 up, 4d,
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LOL Scientific indoctrination (brainwashing) at its best. As long as “science” says so 😂
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0 ups, 4d
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1 up, 2w,
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The images depicting a round earth could quite easily have been faked.
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2 ups, 2w,
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Round earth has more proof than flat earth.
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1 up, 2w
NASA CGI cartoons are not “proof” that the earth is a spinning globe in non-existent “space”. 😂
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2 ups, 2w,
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https://www.theodysseyonline.com/heres-all-the-proof-you-need-that-the-earth-is-flat

The link above has 50 reasons why the earth is flat. Remember, I am not a flat-earther. I just believe that the earth does not have to be round. It could be a plate, a doughnut, a Rubik's cube or a cylinder for all I know.

Also, I do not know if the pac-man effect is true or not. I will have to experience the pac-man effect myself to know if it is true. I am completely unbiased in the flat-earth vs round-earth argument.
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2 ups, 2w,
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Stuff written by, you know, scientists

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.livescience.com/60544-ways-to-prove-earth-is-round.html

https://www.popsci.com/10-ways-you-can-prove-earth-is-round

https://bigthink.com/surprising-science/carl-sagan-and-bill-nye-debunk-flat-earth-theory
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3 ups, 2w,
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Like I said earlier, both sides have very good arguments, but also have some flaws.
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2 ups, 2w,
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The flat earthers have no good arguments.
Every one of their claims have been debunker by actual science
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1 up, 1d,
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Scientific indoctrination. Brainwashing one generation at a time ✅
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1 up, 1d,
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Science doesn't "teach" or "say" anything other than go out and make discoveries on your own.
I also like how your other comment was conveniently placed at the end of a stream. That way you can continue to make claims without the intention of actually attempting to back them up
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1 up, 1d,
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Once again, scholastic indoctrination creates the perfect mind slaves 😂
1 up, 1d
Show me something that proves anything.
You really are either like the afore mentioned two year old stamping and saying "No!" or you're screwing with me
I really hope you're screwing with me for your sake and the sake of the rest of the world
0 ups, 1d
All you've done is harp on about NASA CGI. You have presented no evidence to support your claim that the earth is flat. You dub us brainwashed sheeple yet offer nothing to back up your assertions.
0 ups, 9h
Love it when scientifically brainwashed sheeple are far too lazy to conduct open minded research. They can’t. Science is their god 😂
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1 up, 2w,
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https://www.theodysseyonline.com/heres-all-the-proof-you-need-that-the-earth-is-flat
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2 ups, 2w,
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#28) True, the Heliocentric model gets its name from the greek god of the sun Helios. A lot of things in astronomy gets their names from Greek/Roman myths (like the planets and constellations). Once again, though, even the Church accepts that the heliocentric model is in fact true
#29) This takes some more anecdotal evidence and then starts manufacuting some evidence based on how our brains try to make us see objects in clouds (like cloud shapes) so it can try and make sense of what it's seeing. Also, see entry #20 about why it's called NASA
#30) Apparently there is no #30 sothe article skips to 31
#31) See earlier entries about gravity, centrifugal motion, and surface tension
#32) Because the two photos are taken from cities in both the Northern and Southern hemisphere. Same reason why toilet water spins in opposite directions.
The moon is always facing the Earth the same way, it is just being viewed from different perspectives
#33) There's actually a lot going on in such a simple image here. It's also hard to tell from the pictures if those are photos or a graphical representiation. Assuming they are photos they are taken at different times from different angles (see forced perspective in #21) with increasingly better cameras and ways to transmit the data from space back to Earth of an Earth that is constantly evolving and changing not to mention what may be happening atmospherically im each of those pictures. Also, the Earth ROTATES it does not spin, it would take a lot of time, money, and data to put something in space that can hold a fixed position to capture the full 24 hours of video needed to flim this and then time lapse it down to something that wouldn't be super boring to watch; it just isn't practical for any group of humans to do right now.
The best you can really get right now is a series of stills stiched together from a spacecraft like the Galileo or a video taken from the ISS or another satellite of it orbiting the Earth.
#34) To answer both questions; there are. They can be found with a quick google search; videos too!
#35) Again, no image loaded for me
#36) Completely irrelevant
#37) Provides no data whatsoever
#38) Pretty funny, but also irrelevant
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0 ups, 3d
Nasa CGI is not real
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2 ups, 2w
#6) Not sure what the photo has to do with the text. However, satellites are at an (average) altitude of 22K miles and travel at a speed (average) of 17.5K MPH. So, they probably do and it's just difficult to see due to their position relative to where the moon is at any given time, their speed, and the geological features of the moon
#7) That little algebra problem does not explain its relevance to the subjecy matter
#8) First of all, that's a picture of a city through a fisheye lens which warps the image. Second, try this experiment: Find a really big ball like a big beach ball and draw the tiniest dot on it and that's about a representation of somebody's position on the earth at any given time. It appears flat because we only take up a few feet of space on an oject that is (roughly) 25K miles around
#9) This is flat out incorrect. GPS works over oceans
#10) Another opportunity to try out that beach ball experiment angain. Only difference this time is that the tiny dot is moving
#11) The word "horizon" is not derrived from the english word "horizontal" but from the greek "separating circle". "Horizo" means to divide or separate
#12) Surface tension is what makes water hold it's shape. Gravity just keeps the water from floating around in giant balls. Take a look at photos or videos of astronauts using water in space
#13) That picture does not take into account the angle in which the sunlight hits the earth. The sun hits the equater right smack at 90°. It is the direct sunlight that makes it hotter closer to the equator and cooler closer to the poles
#14) Not sure what the digging a whole part has to do with the UN flag, but it's an interesting question. However, the gravitational center of the Earth is, well, the center of the Earth. Assuming you can get through the center of the Earth without melting you would eventually find yourself going up once you pass that gravitational center. The UN flag is based on puting the 3 dimensional earth on a 2 dimensional map.
#15) See previous beach ball experiment. Also, while true that water expands (slightly) as it freezes it does not increase in surface area
#16) The same way a person standing on the rotating earth stays in the same place. Now, I'm not a pilot either, but I'm pretty sure a helicopter pilot is still controlling the helicopter to hold attitude
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2 ups, 2w
#39) Before I get too far into this one I want to make sure that we are ignoring the atomosphere in this one which makes the earth look like a perfect sphere because it isn't.
I was in a lecture once where the person giving said lecture gave the pear shaped Earth explaination then immediately said it was ridiculous. The best way to describe the shape of the earth is an oblate or oblique spheroid. What that means is the Earth is round(ish) with more land on the northern hemisphere and more water in southern hemisphere. The practical result of this is that due to the Earth's rotation the centrifgal motion makes the water bulge out a bit around the southern hemisphere due to there being more water which as we mentioned before doesn't get flung into space by gravity and surface tension. This also causes the poles no not be perfectly round
#40) I'm not even sure what those images are attempting to represent
#41) Reflections have more to due with the material that's being relfected on that the shape, but I'll try this anyway. Bring back that beach ball from earlier and shine a light on that tiny dot, same sort of thing. Imagine now having the ability to be able to zoom in with a camera really tight to the smallest area possible around that dot and get the ball wet. You'd probably be able to observe some sort of reflection from that proximity
#42) This image presents no data
#43) The atmosphere acts as a filter more than a lens. This goes way back the the blue sky thing. Ever burn ants with a magnifying glass? That is focusing sunlight through a convex lens
#44) This one takes a little remedial understanding about astronomy. The sun is a star. A star, basically, is a giant ball fire. A comet, basically, is a big ball of ice. As a comet aproaches a star the heat from that big ball of fire causes some of that ice to melt and fall away. The light from the big ball of fire reflects off of those water particles creating the "tail" of a comet
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#46) Ok, first of all, the origins of life on Earth is considered to come from an asteroid collision and not extraterrestrial seeding.
Second, the answer to why we don't feel these motions is simple. We are on the object as it speeds through the universe. When you're in a plane at cruising altitute it feels like you aren't moving also even though you're going a couple hundred miles per hour.
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2 ups, 2w
#47) Ok, still have your beach ball? Glue a needle to it sticking out. That's basically what a tall building or antenna is like. It all has to do with relevant size
#48) First off there is no context to either of those photos
Second, this image is irrelevant to the Flat Earth topic
Third, you mean another planet also has similar geological features? No way!
#49) Anecdotal evidence once again
#50) A repeat of #47...though, I do feel like I should quit the internet for the day.

Overall, this article is done pretty poorly. I've actually heard more compelling yet easily disputable evidence elsewhere. I'm not completely sure this wasn't meant to be satire
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2 ups, 2w
#17) That hotspot is more a directional thing than a proximity thing. I actually come across hot spots a lot at work with some of our brighter projector when we look at the screen from just the right angle we can see the beam of the projector making a hotspot. Lacking a projector and screen try this out: Turn on a lightbulb or flashlight and look at it from varying angles when you look directly at it you can get that hotspot as it shines directly into your eye
#18) Even the Church has accepted the Heliocentric solar system, so this point is irrelevant
#19) This is argumentative and presents no data
#20) This one manufactures evidence using something completely irrelevant. In February of 1958 the Advanced Research Projects agency was established in response to the lauch of Sputnik by the Soviets a few months prior to conduct experiments in space for military purposes. By July of that year the National Aeronautics and Space Act was passed creating the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA).
NASA is an acronym not a word
#21) The sun and the moon are not even relative close in size.
This is what we call Forced Perspective where things closer seem bigger and things farther away seem smaller. The sun is about 93 million miles away and the moon is about 250K miles away so they APPEAR to be the same size. The rest of that diagram is amusing, but more or less nonsensical. See any diagram of the Earth's core published by any geologist. A quick google search should weild you plenty of results.
#22) Even the author admits in her next point that this is merely an artist's representation based only on anecdotal evidence
#23) This one boldly refuses to analyze actual data and then goes on to present more anecdotal evidence
#24) Not sure the point this one is trying to make, but those are some pretty cool pictures of sunlight passing through some halo clouds (those are a real phenomenon) with a solar eclispe thrown in.
#25) Entirely argument and presents no actual data
#26) Not really sure what the TV show V which originally aired in 1984 has to do with a representation of hypersonic wings as part of a logo made in 1959, but it's an interesting way of looking at the logo
#27) Not sure if it's just my device or not, but the entry titled "This photo is all the proof I need" loads no actual photo
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2 ups, 2w,
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Oi. Ok, there's a lot to cover here. And this is a pretty bad article to begin with and it's a bit repetitive in some places.
Let me start by prefacing this with the fact that space is limited and I'm not a scientist, so I'll do these as briefly and concisely as possible.
Starting with the author. She has a degree in writing composition and not in any kind of science or even religious studies. In fact most of her work consists of clickbait articles.
Ok, let's do this one by one
#1) This is purely antecdotal and presents no data that can be analyzed or interpreted
#2) Sunlight needs something to illuminate. Try shining a flashlight into a dark room; you're going to see the beam because it's reflecting off of things like dust and particles, it will also illuminate objects. Space is a vacuum; there will need to be something there to illuminate such as planets, comets, dust, asteroids, etc.
#3) This is actually a pretty good couple of photos of how sunsets work and a good representation of light rays. As the Earth rotates and she Sun "dips below" the horizon more of the runs rays are being cut off-sunlight is a full spectrum of different colored light that combine to make that white light we see (thing of a rainbow for a second). As we lose that light we lose parts of that spectrum, the last thing that we see is the very end of that slectrum. That's why those photos go from that nead orange/yellow to that deep red. If you really look at that top photo, you can kind if see the round edge of the sun in the middle of that extra light
#4) Not really sure where this is going exactly. However, water is held to the earth by a couple forces likecentrifugal motion of the earth spinning and the surface tension of the water. The helium in ballons cause it to rise because helium is lighter than the oxygen and nitrogen in our atmosphere causing it to rise. The part about it "holding" the baloon doesn't really make sense. I can say the as the average balloon rises in altitude the gasses in the balloon expand in the thinning atmosphere and will eventually pop. Only certain specially designed balloons can travel higher
#5) The same reason why we see the sun against the blue sky. This is something they teach kids. Our atmosphere scatters all that sunlight that comes in. The blue light is the scattered the most because it travels in shorter waves making the sky appear blue. We can see the moon due to its proximity to us, it's pretty dang close in terms of space
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3 ups, 2w,
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2 ups, 2w
The way they all posted got a littld messy and I noticed several typos after the fact, so that didn't really help my case.
I hit the stupid wall at about "fact" #21, but I had already commited myself by that point.
I tried to keep my personal commentary to a minimum, but some of those were so outrageously dumb it was very difficult
2 ups, 2w
Oops! 😆
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2 ups, 2w,
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i read through some of that list on the website that was referenced, my BS alarm was screaming and it blows my mind that some people actually fall for some of it. however, as you so rightfully noted, the author produces clickbait articles. if anyone that reads that crap and believes it, they can't have attended a single physics 101 class, or even grade schools physics for some of it.
2 ups, 2w
To me it is either a willing refusal or yeah, people are really that dumb.
Most of the stuff in that article are things they teach grade school kids. It's even on the NASA for kids web site
0 ups, 1d
“Physics”. Magical invisible “numb-ers”. No logic. No mind of your own. Just... fantasy “numb-ers” 😂
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1 up, 2w,
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Yesterday's science is today's nonsense, and today's science is tomorrow's nonsense. It is clear we are not going to agree here, so I give up.
2 ups, 2w
What we know in science is constantly changing because evidencd is provided that after being analyzed is agreed to be correct and accepted. That's kind of the whole point of science.
You're welcome to refute the claims I have made or present me with more evidence that I can't dispute. If I see compelling evidence that I can't explain i will accept that as evidence and consider changing my point of view
1 up, 2w
Holy, a simple comment of mine turned into a full blown arguement.
0 ups, 1d
No amount of debating will ever wake them up. Scholastic indoctrination possessed their programmed obeying brains 🧠🧟‍♂️
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0 ups, 1d,
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I just made you waste your time and spend ages attempting to debunk fifty arguments lol 😂
0 ups, 9h
😂 Scientifically brainwashed sheeple suddenly forgot how to use google 😂
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2 ups, 2w,
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Lol 🤭
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2 ups, 2w,
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1 up, 5d,
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Because CGI dinos and fake museum dino bones are “proof”. Hashtag “Scientific Indoctrination”.
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1 up, 4d,
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1 up, 4d,
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1 up, 1d,
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“Science”. “Mathematics”. Nothing but senseless regurgitation of invisible “equations”, courtesy of the World Order’s brainwashing scholastic indoctrination of every gullible generation. Nicely done sheep.
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0 ups, 1d,
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I think your problem and the problem with many people these days you spend too much time inside and on the internet.
You see, there was a time when people actually looked at the world around them and realized it's amazing and wanted to try and figure out why things were the way they were.
I'd say you're much more gullible if what you're basing your reality from comes off of something that you read or watched on the internet somewhere
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1 up, 9h,
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Cognitive dissonance got the best of you. They call it a “horizon” and “sea level” for a reason sparky 😂
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0 ups, 8h
First of all, yes, you're absolutely correct. They are called "horizon" and "sea level" for a reason.
Ok, now here's an experiment that anybody can do:
Go get the biggest ball you can find, like a really big beach ball. Now draw the tiniest dot you can on that ball. That is a representation of a person realative to the earth. A person takes up only a couple square feet on an object that is around 25,000 miles in circumference. So that tiny dot at the very edge of such a wide arc is really barely touching it. So IN PERSPECTIVE the area APPEARS flat. The ancient greeks were able to determine the circumference of the Earth around 240 BCE.
Now, the term "horizon" comes from a greek word meaning "separating circle" meaning basically the boundry of the circle that a person can see around them before the curvature of the earth cuts their view off. The greek word "horizo" means to divide or separate.
The rotation of the Earth as well as gravity and the surface tention of the water is what keeps the oceans and seas from floating around in giant balls. I would say to take a look at some pictures and videos of astronauts using liquids in space so that you can see what liquid does without gravity holding it in place, but you would probably just say it's cgi (even though some of those were taken before that sort of technology was even around or useable)
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1 up, 2w,
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Personally I just believe in round earth, but that's your choice on what to believe.
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2 ups, 2w,
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I agree that people are entitled to their own beliefs.
I just find it hard to comprehend that there are people who can look at all the evidence that's literally right in front of their face and consiously decide to not accept it
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1 up, 4d,
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Wake up kid. Scholastic indoctrination brainwashed your mind. You're not the only one either.
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1 up, 3d,
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1 up, 1d,
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You gotta be blind and scientifically brainwashed 🐑
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1 up, 1d,
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The cool thing about science is you can do things and nake observations on your own...you don't need to be influenced by anything other than your own observations to form an opinion
1 up, 1d
I have debated countless scientifically brainwashed zombies. In the end, when they lose miserably, they always end up saying “who cares if earth is really flat and NASA (the world) lied to us”. That’s why I simply don’t even try to debate anymore. Sheeple are everywhere.
1 up, 1d
If this is your idea of a debate then you need some serious help.
A debate usually consists of both sides exchanging ideas and making points and counterpoints.
Your idea of debating seems little more than you repeating the same phrases over and over.
It's more like trying to reason with a two year old who just crosses their arms and says "No! No! No!" than an actual debate
0 ups, 9h
When brainwashed sheeple suddenly forget how to use google 😂
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0 ups, 2w
Could? Lol They are 😂
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0 ups, 2w,
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Space, satellites, universes, galaxies, nukes, dinosaurs, are all fake. Wake up. You are scientifically brainwashed. Nothing but CGI cartoons. Man you sheeple are easy to fool. 😂
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3 ups, 2w,
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Dinosaurs are fake? Where's your evidence?
What about your evidence that those other things are fake?
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2 ups, 2w,
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Not to mention that nukes being fake directly implies that Hiroshima, Nagasaki and other nukings never happened.
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0 ups, 2w,
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😂
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1 up, 2w,
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Y'know what? You're right. These mushroom clouds look fake as f**k.
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0 ups, 5d
Historical and Scientific indoctrination. Such awesome brainwashing tools... Bravo World Order. Bravo...
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0 ups, 2w
LOL 😂
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3 ups, 2w,
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I honestly hope you are joking
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0 ups, 2w,
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Flying unicorns are “real”. Where’s your evidence !!? “Science” says so. Oh.... okay. Well I guess they’re real because “science says” there is “evidence”.
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0 ups, 8h
All the things that "science says" are all based on somebody doing that. And guess what else, all their evidence and methods are published so that anybody can go out and recreate it if they so choose
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2 ups, 2w
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7 ups, 2w,
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5 ups, 2w,
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6 ups, 2w
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6 ups, 2w
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5 ups, 2w,
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0 ups, 5d
When you realize just how badly “science” brainwashed you since kindergarten.
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5 ups, 2w,
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0 ups, 4d
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0 ups, 3d,
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0 ups, 3d,
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0 ups, 1d
LOL Sure is 😂
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4 ups, 2w,
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3 ups, 2w,
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i.imgflip.com/32zafk.gif (click to show) I imagine it more like this.
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3 ups, 2w
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1 up, 2w
Peace.
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4 ups, 2w,
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Not this Dave...😉
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0 ups, 4d,
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LOL 😂
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1 up, 4d,
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1 up, 1d,
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Ah yes... the ol’ “math” excuse, when you simply can’t handle the truth about fake NASA CGI. Sheeple always go to their trusty invisible numbers and brainwashing “equations”. LOL Stay asleep sheep 🐑💤
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0 ups, 1d,
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0 ups, 9h,
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😂 #YourThinSkin
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0 ups, 9h
😆👍
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3 ups, 2w,
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Hi
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3 ups, 2w
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3 ups, 2w,
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4 ups, 2w
Lol
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3 ups, 2w
i.imgflip.com/2x4urd.jpg (click to show)
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2 ups, 2w,
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0 ups, 5d,
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Earth is flat. However we have no “model” of earth. CGI globe and CGI flat models are not “proof”.
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1 up, 5d,
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I'm being sarcastic
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1 up, 4d
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1 up, 2w,
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1 up, 3d
Got em’ 😂
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0 ups, 4d,
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If you believe that astro(not) image is "real", nothing I can say will suffice in awakening your brainwashed zombie mind.
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1 up, 4d,
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Try explaining that to my family that worked at NASA during the moon landings. But hurry, their are in their 90’s.
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1 up, 1d
Landing on a transparent, magically floating “rock”, in fantasy “space” 😂
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2 ups, 2w
...and warm?
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0 ups, 3d,
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“Real” pictures 😂
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0 ups, 3d,
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0 ups, 1d
😂
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0 ups, 2w,
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0 ups, 9h
When scientifically brainwashed sheeple suddenly forget how to use google to conduct non-biased research about our flat earth 😂
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0 ups, 2w
It would look just as funny the people switch what they’re saying.
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