New forum

Hello to all new and old readers.

I’ve put together a new fully functioning forum linked to the Wild Heretic Blog, but it isn’t a part of the WordPress design.


Hopefully it should run fairly quickly and smoothly. There are a variety of topics to choose from which I think cover just about every subject commented on under the different articles of this blog, so there should be something for everyone. These topics also interest me a lot, so I will be contributing as well (although perhaps not as in-depth as I could be). I hope you will be able to converse more freely with each other and contribute more fully with such a forum structure. You can still drop a comment here, but you will probably prefer the forum. I will look at both.


The forum rules are simple – No trolls. I don’t go onto atheist skeptic mainstream consensus keepers of the faith’s forums and blogs and start pushing the concave Earth and the glass sky and other topics, so I don’t expect them to do the same on my forum. No “Truegroup” (defender of anything space/earth related) or “winegums” (defender of vaccinations on the David Icke forum) types please. These are solid defenders of the faith and either have an inordinate amount of time on their hands or are paid to shill.

Forum Rules
1. No nude or pornographic images are allowed to be displayed on this forum. #
2. Sure, I am up for a laugh and a bit of banter. But if you are rude without being funny, then you are insulting. Please be civil. #
3. I am very tolerant of different viewpoints, but if you are not willing to consider alternative ideas right now, do not register. Deliberate antagonizing and aggravating behavior (trolling) won’t be tolerated. #


Everyone else is more than welcome. We all have different views on the same subject, but as long as we are civil and open-minded enough, then all is good. Steven can post his Octahedron all over the place in the concave Earth category. Don can post his no rockets or satellite videos in the hoaxes category etc. The views on the forum won’t necessarily be my own.

A flat/helio/geocentric earther interested in the hoaxes side of things or any other topic than the concave earth is more than welcome to post in the categories that interest them, and vice verse.

The link to the forum is in the above left-hand tab, next to “home”.

263 thoughts on “New forum”

  1. I should add to my previous comment that another way to know that gravity is a pull is that the strength of gravity decreases with increase in altitude (height above the surface of the earth). By the way, I meant to reply to Lord Steven Christ’s comment on gravity with my first comment, but I accidentally replied to the entire article instead.

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  2. This article may be interesting. It mentions a possible alternative to the pull of the supposed gravity that could very possibly fit neatly into your concave earth theory. Even though this author may be a crank scientist, this electromagnetic alternative is very likely true either way. Of course, the constant weight of people seems to be a problem with this theory.
    As another separate thing, I know that gravity is a pull and not a push because of tops; tops can’t spin with their sides as close to the ground as they get without these sides being pushed directly to the ground if gravity is a push. (I could not watch your video on how gravity is a push because the clip is apparently private according to youtube)

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    1. Thanks Trevin.

      I like alternative theories to gravity because I don’t believe in the official narrative. The question is if any of these theories is true or not? I don’t know. At the moment I am sticking with gravity coming from the sun. What that is, I don’t know.

      “As another separate thing, I know that gravity is a pull and not a push because of tops; tops can’t spin with their sides as close to the ground as they get without these sides being pushed directly to the ground if gravity is a push. ”

      I don’t think wobble matters either way. It’s the angular momentum keeping the top up, isn’t it?

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      1. You are right. The angular momentum is keeping the top up. I guess it is only possible to tell if gravity is a push or pull by whether the force is forcing things towards or away from the object of the force’s origin. And, by the way, I guess that since gravity’s strength actually increases with altitude, it makes a lot of sense for the force to be a push from the center.

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  3. The expression “lamp” in the above verse is a translation of the Arabic word “siraaj,” which most perfectly describes the Sun, the source of light and heat.
    These images are surely beautiful and astonishing to look at.
    Here are two tips for you to fix the stuck loading glitch:

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  4. addition to my previous post

    More simply put should two astranaughts that are floating
    Side by side drift together or if they simply let a small object

    go should the gravational forcebetween cause attraction
    Even with air in ISS?

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  5. Has anyone see anything that
    Shows a reengineering of a planetary system like a small mass orbiting a larger mass footage inside spacestation is something to expect there?

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    1. Don’t know, but very interesting all the same. Possibly a large meteor burning through the glass. It looked far too short for it to be a reflection on a cloud from something on the ground, unless it was a ground explosion. Wouldn’t we see the light from the ground explosion on the horizon first though?

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  6. Has it been considered that a glass dome might act like the focal point of a magnifying lens. I suppose that the closer one gets to the focal point the smaller the light sources behind would become. Unnoticeable after a certain point.

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    1. Funny you should mention that. Yes, that had been briefly mentioned a short time ago. I looked up optics and wondered, but didn’t come to anything conclusive in that area. I think the glass sky does magnify the celestial objects. There may also be more than one glass layer perhaps. It would be interesting to know at what altitude the focal point is located.

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