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“I am amazed that people are willing to advertise their unintelligence in public :O”

The pity is mutual.

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Heliocentric theory is wrong (pt1)
WH said “Even then, I’m not in love with TM type of experiments. They found falling objects in a very deep shaft never reached the bottom, but always clung to the east wall at some point in their decent. Why I don’t know. But it shows that there is an as-of-yet unknown force affecting the falling object which adds another variable. (Got this from Jon‘s site…”

Wow I did not know that!


Heliocentric theory is wrong (pt1)
…Although I suppose the real die hards would just use the USGS / world seismic monitoring reportage to discredit any fractions of a millimeter findings in their disfavor.

I would like to see experiments done by many people all over though, and their findings. The main issue as I see it is finding a long enough undisturbed distance between a pointed weight and its origin measured against the distances or adjacent bobbed lines, and getting accurate readings.


Heliocentric theory is wrong (pt1)
Hi WH. I was thinking some experiment like the Tamarack mines one could be reproduced above ground using something like lead fishing weights on a long line. It would be done indoors so wind wouldn’t be a concern.

You could do something similar outdoors with a crane but people would just blame the wind for any unexpected result.

The distance between the line holes at their origin would be measured against the distance between the lead weight points at their ends. I don’t know of many (any) tall spiral staircases here in “the States” but I bet there are some in Europe. :>

Here is a photo (not mine) of something like what I mean.

wild heretic pic

If the link doesn’t work let me know and I will figure it out and repost.


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Space machines do not orbit the Earth
Let us always remember: NASA is the one pulling out impossibly imprecise and vast numbers and distances from their hat – 30,000,000,000 light years away and so on. So cavalier, so certain. Like a psychopath.

The purpose is to trigger peoples’ cognitive dissonance so that they (we) can’t think critically or ask good questions. And people believe and cling to this stuff.

It reminds me of those sad experiments with the baby monkeys clinging to the stuffed animal “mama” (prevailing current wisdom drip fed by the authorities and higher education) rather than eat (do what was good for themselves). They starved.


Concave Earth Theory
make that “sketched a grid…”


Concave Earth Theory
To be fair I guess: a skeptic would say that it’s not a concave earth model as much as a flattened sphere effect which the cartographers sketched. That is, a sphere whether concave or convex experiences distortion and this is an acknowledgement of that. For example, if you sketched a grip on an intact orange peel then flattened it against a counter – the grid lines would distort.

Me I tend toward believing that Earth is a penal colony for rebellious souls.


Concave Earth Theory
Fascinating. First time I have seen / noticed the concave lat / longitude markings. Unmistakable once pointed out. Huh.


Space machines do not orbit the Earth
Replying to my own comment – there are other scriptures that confound unless a skycentric earth model is considered. Then the “equation” is elegantly solved. For instance, when Jesus spent 3 days and 3 nights in the heart of the earth. There is still, 2,000 years later, ongoing debate about how to account for his trip to hell AND heaven in those 3 days, and just what the heart of the earth means. If one presupposes a heliocentric vast universe model, the scriptures function like a riddle. But I think a skycentric model does away with the confusion. I’ll have to look into it more.

If anyone is interested, this is the 3 days, 3 nights riddle of the bible.

If the heart of the earth is not underground, but heavenward (we are told that Jesus went to heaven after his body died, then returned to earth. We are also told he was “in the heart of the earth” at that time. Could this be the same place? Christians believe this means he was in sheol / hell, because what else could it mean?), this makes a bit more sense. The bible also refers often to people “IN the earth.” I always thought that phrasing was odd. It’s not odd though if we are in fact IN the earth not on it.


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