How many of you are flat earthers?

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
 

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
 

Blazor

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.
 

Lily

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.
 

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
This is hilarious because you cannot understand the problem presented in the first picture.

The fact that you need further explanation just goes to show how fuckin' stupid you are!!!

Hahahahahaha!!!!!
 

Blazor

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.
But them sun rays pretty splayed out. Them tracks aint.
 

Lily

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.
But them sun rays pretty splayed out. Them tracks aint.



What's happening here, Blazor, with the sun low in the horizon?
 

Blazor

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.
But them sun rays pretty splayed out. Them tracks aint.



What's happening here, Blazor, with the sun low in the horizon?
It is traveling away from the person watching it.
 

Lily

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.
But them sun rays pretty splayed out. Them tracks aint.



What's happening here, Blazor, with the sun low in the horizon?
It is traveling away from the person watching it.
I give up.

The sun doesn't travel. We orbit around the sun. Copernicus figured this out in the 16th century, FFS.
 

Lily

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The sun doesn't travel.
Most current astronomers agree that the universe is expanding (i.e. everything is moving/traveling), but you disagree.

Way to take a stance.

BTW, any reason in particular that you disagree with them on this point?

Hahaha!!!!!
That's not what I meant and you know it. I was speaking in layman's terms as he was. See what I mean by you being a petty bitch?

Why don't you pull the massive utility pole out of YOUR ass?
 

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.

Lily, don't worry, like you the earth is definitely round
 

Lily

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.

Lily, don't worry, like you the earth is definitely round
I only worry for this country when basic knowledge escapes our countrymen. It's a sad state of affairs.
 

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I give up.
You should.

You are not bright enough to even understand the problem Blazor was showing with the first pics.
You take Blazor's side, the one that believes the Earth is flat. That's how PETTY you are.
I am not taking a side.

I am calling you a stupid cunt for being unable to understand what Blazor was presenting as problematic in the post with pictures.

It is fine that you cannot explain what is happening to cause the concern regarding the distance to the sun, but you cannot even understand why there is concern.

It was Pure Gold when you said

It's basic geometry.
Talk about Irony Alert!!!!

Hahahahaha!!!
 

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.

Lily, don't worry, like you the earth is definitely round
I only worry for this country when basic knowledge escapes our countrymen. It's a sad state of affairs.
Or like, when good kids exterminate a bunch of fucking rodents in self defense and get labeled ""murderers"" by leftist douchebags who wholesale murder of innocent children, helpless in their mother's womb for convenience ?

yeah, I know what you mean
 

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I give up.
You should.

You are not bright enough to even understand the problem Blazor was showing with the first pics.
You take Blazor's side, the one that believes the Earth is flat. That's how PETTY you are.
I am not taking a side.

I am calling you a stupid cunt for being unable to understand what Blazor was presenting as problematic in the post with pictures.

It is fine that you cannot explain what is happening to cause the concern regarding the distance to the sun, but you cannot even understand why there is concern.

It was Pure Gold when you said

It's basic geometry.
Talk about Irony Alert!!!!

Hahahahaha!!!

Who says I don't understand that stupid people are concerned about things that aren't real problems?
 

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I give up.
You should.

You are not bright enough to even understand the problem Blazor was showing with the first pics.
You take Blazor's side, the one that believes the Earth is flat. That's how PETTY you are.
I am not taking a side.

I am calling you a stupid cunt for being unable to understand what Blazor was presenting as problematic in the post with pictures.

It is fine that you cannot explain what is happening to cause the concern regarding the distance to the sun, but you cannot even understand why there is concern.

It was Pure Gold when you said

It's basic geometry.
Talk about Irony Alert!!!!

Hahahahaha!!!

Who says I don't understand that stupid people are concerned about things that aren't real problems?
 

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Ok ok, Im not gonna lie, I've seen proofs of flat earth. Do I believe it is? I have not yet determined. But I keep an open mind.
You're joking, right?
Lol nope. I've seen proof. Am I fully convinced? Not yet.

But can I convince people who dont even believe that Trump won and that Kyle is innocent? No lol. That would be a greater event than Moses parting water lol.

I will say, as an artist, that perspective lines play a great amount on me. It makes the sun seem a lot closer than it is. Flight plans too, make way more sense on a flat map than a round, and I've seen proofs. Water is always level, hence "sea level". The earth makes up more water than ground, thus you would think flat because of water. And there are proofs of this too. I can name many more, clues if you wish, but Im sure you already laughing at this point with your closed mind. Im just pointing out the obvious that makes me question things. Not that Im committed to this idea fully, but that I keep an open mind to it.
Dont get too close to that cliff Blazor lol.

Lots of cults out there based on this.

My 5 year old just told me she goes to space and swims in it in her dreams and she is currently obsessed with space. Shes convinced shes been there lol.

Did you tell her "No sweetie, mommy has when she shot smack."
Why do you choose to be such a shitty person? Are you unable to be a better person or is it your goal to be a piece of shit?
 

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Well, our tort law expert now says if Kyle didn't have a gun he would have never been chased

cause, you know, that's what people do when they see you holding a dangerous weapon. They feel compelled to chase you and initiate altercation
Thats not how reality works. People are not entitled to chase and assault you or take your weapon.

Anyone who thinks like this is stupid and an active detriment to peoples rights.

Funny how there are all these fake loopholes and excuses for leftwing terrorists as they murder innocent people, beat people and destroy communities.

But all these fake strict rules that everyone else has to follow. Like if you breath weird they can pull you out of your car and pummel you to near death. Or if you have a gun they are now allowed to murder or assault you.

Same line of "logic" where people with oppositing povs are not human beings with rights.

They are going to turn the country into a one party authoritarian shit hole where everyone is poor and "protected groups" can rape or brutalize anyone and probably where if someone dissents, they will be accused of rape falsely and put in prison.

This exactly how they run things. Law doesnt matter. Rights dont matter. Its thier way, period.
We are having a bachelorette show on TV featuring a bi-sexual aboriginal beauty... in the ads leading up to it, she's kissing another girl. My stomach churns watching it. Kids are watching that.
 

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No, the clouds are close, relative to the sun.

Say that again, slowly lol.

Yes, the sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth, but it is massive. The clouds are in the thousands of feet away, and often, right around us.

What about that don't you understand?
So how come the sun's rays dont shine down evenly, instead of right over a certain area?

You do know how perspective lines work right? You take art in school?
Because the earth is round.


See, in your pic, the rays come straight down. Not angular, like the pic I showed.
But when they hit the Earth, they are at different angles...can you see that?
You dont understand perspective lines.

I DREW perspective lines.

For the lines of the sun to come through the clouds like that, the sun has to be closer.

So, when you look at a train track and in the far horizon the rails seem to converge, do you believe that they do?



This is the same thing that is happening with the sun's rays. It's basic geometry.
Side note, for someone who is not intelligent enough nor observant enough to notice this, you will notice the rail road ties are made of concrete and not wood. That means that is a railroad made in communist China. Even the USSR used wooden railroad ties. Just FYI.
 

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flat earthers boast a 'GLOBAL organization' saying so lol
I have to think some of them are here.
After reading your posts, I'm sure you would be if bernie the loon told the earf was flat.
If the establishment said the earth was flat she would believe it.

She doesnt think outside of politics. Whatever her side does or says is always right and if anyone on other side even exists they are subhuman racist scum. And flat earthers.
Bingo....

This is her way of trying to discredit anything which is labelled a "conspiracy theory", ie anything which the government doesn't like.

Some whacky theories are created in order to poison the well and convince people that anything branded a conspiracy theory is automatically nonsense.
 

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