Does This Evidence Prove Earth Is Flat?

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  • HELL WITH IT!! B. L. A.
    HELL WITH IT!! B. L. A.3 minutter siden

    I believe in a flat earth, in a round about way!

  • megamaster4001
    megamaster40014 minutter siden

    Flat earthers are all around the world..

  • Jay James
    Jay James10 minutter siden

    they don't actually believe it - it's a form of escapism / role play, symptomatic of a society which structures have not kept pace with its technology.

  • Steve Smith
    Steve Smith4 timer siden

    Why "atmospheric refraction" worked only in the boat with the flag and doesnt work with the other ships which can be "clearly seen" (these ships are never "illusions") moving "below" the horizon? Maybe the planets werent aligned enough to create the specific weather conditions? When you look horizontally in a straight line, after some distance your field of view moves towards the ground, NOT the sky, this is what creates the horizon. It is like throwing a ball, first it will fly straight and eventually it will curve towards the ground and fall, that happens to the photons when you look through the atmosphere, the higher the place you threw the ball from, the longer it will take to hit the ground, the further you can see. When a ship 2 meters tall is next to you, the 2 cm tides hitting on it cannot be seen, when the ship has the size of 1cm because it is in a distance, the 2cm tides between you and the ship will be "huge" enough to start hiding its sight from the bottom, because that's where the tides are. For some "mysterious" reason, this effect cannot be observed in bodies of water that have no tides, like lakes and rivers.

  • Bookworm Addict
    Bookworm Addict6 timer siden

    nolocal.info/have/video/r6KVlqWwuqNtvms

  • Simon Wang
    Simon Wang10 timer siden

    The quaint soap worryingly owe because fir hisologically manage including a tedious end. flowery, boundless cylinder

  • Zakaria Salem
    Zakaria Salem11 timer siden

    i think that we know the earth isn't flat since the flat earth international convention is literally called "feic"

  • Sebastian D.
    Sebastian D.12 timer siden

    We aren't living on a globe, definitely not.

  • Red Pill Productions Canada
    Red Pill Productions Canada20 timer siden

    The earth is clearly a cube, pfft flat earth....

  • Truth Seeker
    Truth Seeker22 timer siden

    I'm even told a man can wear a dress and call himself Sue and all the world, including our government, will say, "How miraculous, he is now a woman." Now he can play in women's sports, use women's facilities, can menstruate ("I haven't menstruated in three years. I'm fortunate to be one of the trans guys whose periods stopped....." Quoted from an article by Zoyander Street for the Daily Beast), and have a baby (whoops, I got carried away). It seems people are becoming more gullible by the minute. Including our politicians.

  • Truth Seeker

    Truth Seeker

    30 minutter siden

    @Blastix Art says, "I think ur in the wrong video this is a flat earth debunk." This video is NOT only a "flat earth debunk," it is a commentary on how gullible people are. My comment addressed the subject of gullibility. Of course, if you think a man can dress like a woman, call himself Sue, and write an article on his menstrual cycle isn't absurd, then let me tell you about "The Emperor's New Clothes."

  • Blastix Art

    Blastix Art

    6 timer siden

    i think ur in the wrong video this is a flat earth debunk

  • Rodolphe Drolet
    Rodolphe Drolet22 timer siden

    Oh dont forget the best too see 42 ,,,,,,,all the nation's built the cern ,and spent 10 trillon i heard on it and they are hoping to open a door they have no idea,what is on the other side ,and them smart people are the ones that made the internet ,to make the picture show easy yet to just put a selfe stick on the station and see weather on a large scale in real time ,would prove once and even again ever day for a mere million more is why i say bullhockey that the station dont have a selfee camera to show off the new toys going there in real time and real weather in shot of the "globe" just think of all the people see the cloulds ever day were there are we there toy in the spot light of no way to deny for a mere million we could ask for a fund to pay for it to shut up all you "globe" factery with out 100persent repeatable facts in real time ,,,,that is science silence of this prefect answer to there lack of repeatable proof in real time on a time ,,,,,,till then ,bull hockey

  • Rodolphe Drolet
    Rodolphe Drolet23 timer siden

    The best is the British tunnel used laser pointers reflected under ground for the shores of each side to guide the boring machines line up in three detentions, and at no time the curve way even talked about do to the grade changes many feet apart and of course luckiest guess that light refactoring is the same in a tunnel, ,,,and think no prize from there great discovery of refactoring curved light underground from two directions to meet under ground and no fan fare of curve construction history ,,,,,,,,,check that out 42 if you dare think how did they line up the British tunnel so deep with out satellites just old school mirrors

  • James Dixon
    James DixonDag siden

    Next in this series, after flat earth: Santa Claus. and the Easter bunny. And the tooth fairy.

  • shirleybawden54
    shirleybawden54Dag siden

    How bloody rediculous

  • Kasumi Fu
    Kasumi FuDag siden

    Whatever.. Edit: Well.. It is said that the earth experienced a major planetary scale collision back in the days and that the moon also came to be as a result of that, so a perfect sphere makes less sense. Spooky.. ^^

  • Flying Fool
    Flying FoolDag siden

    Atmospheric refraction? What about Earth’s gravity as well?

  • Gabriel cox
    Gabriel coxDag siden

    you might be surprised to know that there is a little truth in their gravity theory

  • Ernest Pierce
    Ernest PierceDag siden

    The earth is a minecraft save.

  • Jayde David
    Jayde DavidDag siden

    Earth flat? One of a couple dumb conspiracies I can't stand

  • Monkey D. Luffy
    Monkey D. LuffyDag siden

    Imagine, a wealthy flat earther managed to established his/her own school in a poor community all over the world. It would be a huge problem

  • Mike ABC
    Mike ABCDag siden

    Proof is easy flush your roulette in northern hemisphere than go to Southern Hemisphere and do same thing. You will have flushed water rotating in one direction in northern and in other in Southern Hemisphere due to colaris effect. Flat earth could not possibly produce this effect except in half a bran cell mind of the people that hang on to this theory.

  • Big Fan
    Big FanDag siden

    Belief in the Flat Earth Theory is a Global Phenomenon

  • lea tube
    lea tubeDag siden

    Lmao flat earth so what's the moon a hologram in the sky if it wasn't round the sun would not move across the sky in an arc shape basic physics

  • John Talbot
    John TalbotDag siden

    I think it's amusing that many flat earthers claim that for science to be accurate it need to be personally seen and observed to be confirmed true and valid. Yet so far no flat earthers have simply chartered a plane to observe the edge/rim of their supposed flat disc map...or for those flat earth who believe in the infinite flat plain theory...which also could be observed by the same observation and exploration. It's not like the technology is avaiable

  • you tried it
    you tried itDag siden

    I'm a flat earther

  • Bertus van Hal
    Bertus van HalDag siden

    There are flat worlds, Terry Pratchett write about it in Discworld, they are floating in space on a Giant Turtle with 4 Elephants on his back carrying the Discworld. When you believe in a flat earth you can believe in Terry Pratchett to.

  • Rcadio Juggernaut
    Rcadio JuggernautDag siden

    "Giant snow globe" 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • DCHUB WORLD SHARE NETWORK
    DCHUB WORLD SHARE NETWORKDag siden

    Good and waste of time... of course it is a globe!

  • thefin raven
    thefin raven2 dager siden

    the moon has not seen man but the ball is round i say round ;)

  • SJWtard
    SJWtard2 dager siden

    NO.

  • F1Online
    F1Online2 dager siden

    I wonder how em GPS would work if flat earth? 🤔

  • StEaK The Strong
    StEaK The Strong2 dager siden

    Paused the video before it started Spoiler Alert: No

  • AppNasty
    AppNasty2 dager siden

    I did some artwork book covers for a certain author who is one of the top in his category. Conspiracy. I was introduced to this author as he covered aliens. I like aliens...so I thought it's a worthy topic to discuss. I got excited to do the art because this guy had a PhD and was successful. Clearly a logical thinker. Soon I discovered this was not the case he was a flat earthers and eventually released books suggesting the moon was hollow and aliens lived inside it. I was sad...but I decided to jump ship as I began to become linked with this guy. He would mention me, as his artist, on radio programs and interviews. I dodnt want to be associated with all that jazz. Eventually we had a falling out when I started to debate his ideas on social media. LOL.

  • isitchicken
    isitchicken2 dager siden

    When stupid people find other stupid who agree with them it gives them a boost that they can’t get in everyday life.

  • MrSpecialbill
    MrSpecialbill2 dager siden

    I wonder how far away we are from the movie idiocracy.

  • Jason Young
    Jason Young2 dager siden

    The Flat Earth Society jas members around the world.

  • PolyFlyJoker
    PolyFlyJoker2 dager siden

    You sound like you believe what your saying.. sad puppet. Earth has no curve.. and your fake NASA lives off of feed lies to the masses.

  • Brian Winegar
    Brian Winegar2 dager siden

    Way to fix flat earthers a ball pen hammer hit to the frontal lobe

  • Paper Boy
    Paper Boy3 dager siden

    Everyone is wrong, the earth is a circular rubiks cube.

  • William Bermudez
    William Bermudez3 dager siden

    Are we at 1480? We are at 21st century. There is more than proof that the earth isn’t flat. There evidence enough that the earth isn’t flat. Also even the ancients new the earth are not flat. Why do you think that praying beads are round? They even knew that back then. That theory was long term killed and buried. Because they didn’t know the concept of 3D and you write as 2d in flat paper. 🤦🏻‍♂️

  • justin gilbert
    justin gilbert3 dager siden

    HAHAHA! He'll come around eventually, Very Clever!!!!!

  • Alien Baby
    Alien Baby3 dager siden

    i'm not one, but what with the hate for flat earth people? meanpeoplesuck worse than flatearthers

  • Tyler
    Tyler3 dager siden

    it is weird its in the bible though

  • Ceasar Perez
    Ceasar Perez3 dager siden

    that's a load of BS. evolution is a theory there's not one skeleton in the fossil record that changes from Monkey to man or back.

  • Joeseph Smith

    Joeseph Smith

    Time siden

    Odd that you use discrediting propaganda of the 19th century on something Darwin never stated.

  • Tally Ho rizzla

    Tally Ho rizzla

    2 dager siden

    And you probably never will because that isn't what happened. Evolution says that we and the apes shared a common ancestor at some stage and that we went in seperate evolutionary ways,through various iterations until they and us arrived where we are now. Makes more sense than saying we were made from dirt and rib bones.

  • John Verrocchi
    John Verrocchi3 dager siden

    If the earth is flat get some fix a flat! .Then get some slime to prevent another flat

  • Joseph Donkers
    Joseph Donkers3 dager siden

    I heard someone famous say roughly “a man who is more charismatic and witty has a better chance of winning a debate then a man with all the information in the world”

  • Randall Chapman
    Randall Chapman3 dager siden

    Don't they realize that Antarctica is an ice wall that keeps out the "Whitewalkers"and from them attacking us?

  • Jez D-H
    Jez D-H4 dager siden

    Best Channel Ever !!!

  • Dong Yü
    Dong Yü4 dager siden

    The earth is flat. I swear on my neighbors life. Change my mind

  • Sebastian Rutkowski
    Sebastian Rutkowski4 dager siden

    just how many checkered shirts does this guy own? asking for envious canadian lumberjacks.

  • Chris Collins
    Chris Collins4 dager siden

    Worse one yet!

  • Skeletor King
    Skeletor King4 dager siden

    Only complete idiots think the earth is flat. Usually they are brainwashed religious cattle.

  • Andreas Baus
    Andreas Baus4 dager siden

    @ 22:47 "You really couldn't make this stuff up, could you?" Why, somebody already did, otherwise there would not have been a reason to make this video in the first place 😀

  • Eric jones
    Eric jones4 dager siden

    How can a ship go up or down a so-called sphere..it can not.Not pancake flat.

  • Blastix Art

    Blastix Art

    6 timer siden

    up and down are relative terms to where you are situated on the earth

  • Jacob S

    Jacob S

    4 dager siden

    Stupidity at its finest

  • the Invisible Man
    the Invisible Man4 dager siden

    conspiracy is life, im a flathead and it doesnt matter, life goes on

  • Wong Vun Yu
    Wong Vun Yu4 dager siden

    No flat earther Why there isn't any picture or photograph of earth's edge

  • Shawn Hartmann
    Shawn Hartmann4 dager siden

    Atmospheric refraction can be amazing. Once, during a bus stop-over in Salt Lake City, Utah, I was gazing across the salt flats at the distant mountains floating in the sky. Even though I knew (more or less) what was causing the phenomenon, it was still eerily beautiful. It was also rather startling when I watched a large passenger jet serenely fly under the mountains.

  • S Monster
    S Monster4 dager siden

    All I’m hearing is blah blah blah blah blah

  • S Monster
    S Monster4 dager siden

    Unless you’ve been to so called outer space, all of your debates whether globe or flat, fall flat. All of you are guessing if you’re not an astronaut that’s been into the void to look back and see for yourself. FOHWTBS

  • MrSirhcsellor

    MrSirhcsellor

    4 dager siden

    You don’t need to go to space to verify Earths true shape for yourself, just a basic understanding of geometry and some common sense.

  • Spencer Webb
    Spencer Webb5 dager siden

    Bill gates doesn't call them chemtrails. He calls them strategic aerosol injections. And he totally doesn't spend millions on it every year.

  • Vic VILE
    Vic VILE5 dager siden

    Well, the Antarctic was circumnavigated on August 3rd of 2019 too, so theirs that...... And, that whole lunar and solar eclipse thing, the changing peaks and valleys of the jet stream....ITS A FECKIN' SPHERE! Now go bed, NO SOUP FOR YOU!

  • Mark G Connors
    Mark G Connors5 dager siden

    If the Earth is flat, then Uranus is a bung hole!

  • Nova Discord
    Nova Discord5 dager siden

    The smelly hen intrahepatically amuse because language biosynthetically head from a deranged whip. tacit, piquant parallelogram

  • Tryfon Sot.
    Tryfon Sot.5 dager siden

    I'm a member of the primary Greek flat earth page on Facebook (just for the fun of it, of course), and i can verify three common behaviors that were mentioned in the video a) posting photos they've themselves taken of the distant horizon, with titles like "I see no curvature here". b) making up conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory and use them as counter arguments against real arguments for earths curvature, and c) using bible passages as scientific arguments I only watched this for entertainment purposes, but the accuracy amazed me.

  • Maria Teresa Acero
    Maria Teresa Acero5 dager siden

    Great topic Thanks !

  • B Red
    B Red5 dager siden

    Last video of yours I'll ever watch.

  • Aaron Toots

    Aaron Toots

    5 dager siden

    Humanity was a mistake...

  • B Red
    B Red5 dager siden

    How did the Apollo missions make it through the van allen radiation belt using tinfoil? How did Nasa lose all their data and claim they can no longer go above high earth orbit?

  • MrSirhcsellor

    MrSirhcsellor

    5 dager siden

    All good questions, so I don’t mind sharing some information that might help answer them. The Van Allen radiation belt is really not all that harmful to life, especially with proper shielding, which is achieved pretty easily with simple materials. It presents an increased risk to certain cancers over time, but it’s certainly not as harmful as you’re assuming it to be, it’s not going to kill anyone immediately or even guarantee cancer development later in life. So a crew can pass through this field just fine, it just increases risk a bit, but luckily they don’t have to spend much exposure time here, they can pass through it pretty quickly. The larger problem we face today though, is the harm it does to our more sensitive computing systems today, microchips, magnetic strip data storage, that kind of stuff. See this wasn’t a problem during the Apollo missions, because the systems were all analog, which weren’t damaged by strong electromagnetic fields. So this presented an engineering challenge, because they’re gonna want more advanced systems so they can achieve more on their missions, but they kind of need everything to work without failing, so new computer innovations needed to be developed. Which fun fact is largely why we have better solid state technology today, which currently makes up your phones hard drives. They didn’t lose all their data, they lost the telemetry data for a few Apollo missions, that’s about it. Telemetry data is really only useful in the moments during a mission, it helps the ground crew keep the astronauts on course, if they veer off for any reason during maneuvering. It’s really not all that useful after the fact, so it didn’t have very high importance for preservation, once those data reels began to deteriorate. It had some uses for learning more about orbital mechanics and improving future missions launch trajectories, but they’ve got so much data now from probes and satellites, it’s really not very useful to keep those old telemetry data reels, so it was likely a budget cut or two that led to those getting scrapped. NASA is a corporation at the end of the day, if their pencil pushers don’t see any need for spending money where it doesn’t need to be spent, then they won’t, so many things get scrapped like that, it’s pretty normal in any big company. They can go beyond low Earth orbit any time they want and they are, just look up the Artemis program. The confusion here comes from an old documentary on a lunar module they were designing not to long ago, that at the time couldn’t go beyond low Earth orbit. That was because of the engineering hurdles I mentioned above, the microchips and data disks they wanted to put on the systems, were easily damaged in the electromagnetic fields found beyond low Earth orbit. So, what happened was, people took those words out of context and blew it out of proportion, confusing it as somehow meaning NASA has never been past low Earth orbit...so it’s a classic misinterpretation of what was really said. Get that idea rolling around enough conspiracy networks, all of a sudden it’s remembered as “NASA said it can’t go past low Earth orbit”, see how that works? It’s like a rumour mill, grossly misrepresenting the actual facts, by repeating a misunderstanding enough times, until it becomes truth to many people. Anyway, let me know if that information helps answer some questions. If there’s anything else you’d like to know, feel free to ask, I might be able to provide more insight.

  • B Red
    B Red5 dager siden

    Flat earthers do not believe the earth is constantly rising, this is so misleading. Density explains everything "gravity" (which has never been proven) supposedly does.

  • MrSirhcsellor

    MrSirhcsellor

    5 dager siden

    At least the rising Earth hypothesis makes an attempt at accounting for the accelerating motion observed and measured from falling objects...the density argument makes no attempt at all to explain anything, just asserts it’s correct and calls it a day. Do you really think that’s how science should be conducted? I don’t think you quite understand just how useful the current understanding of gravity has been and is for much of modern society. And it’s very ignorant to claim it’s “never been proven”, it’s one of the most rigorously tested concepts in all of physics, and it proves itself accurate every time we use the constant of gravity in equations to make predictions in the real world, everything from orbital mechanics, to rocket science, to flight aeronautics, or even buoyancy equations used in the engineering and mechanics of submarines. You’d have to ignore a LOT of modern engineering and exploration, to conclude gravity has never been proven. The big problem with the density argument is this, it does nothing to explain how or why matter falls at all, or why it’s always in the same vector direction, always at the same rate of acceleration? It’s best answer is “it just does”, and I’m sorry...but science can’t really do much with “it just does”. So basically, the density argument stops short, it just takes gravity theory and chops out the bits it doesn’t like...which is just extremely bias and ridiculous, it’s lazy science and it’s ignorant. What it’s ignoring is that falling is a motion, when something is dropped, it is then put into an accelerating motion, that is free from any other influence. Which makes it a physical phenomenon of nature...which is what science is for, figuring out how physical reality works. It’s the motion that matters here, what is putting matter into motion? The first law of motion states, that nothing is put into motion without a force first acting upon it. So it’s pretty simple, forces are required to put matter into motion, dropped matter is put into an accelerating motion, so doesn’t take much to deduce that a force of some kind is present that is causing this. Density is not a force, it just a property of matter, it has no means for putting matter into motion, and certainly not in any specific direction. So the density argument doesn’t answer anything, it just stops short. But understand that gravity wasn’t the top contender right away, it took awhile to reach that conclusion for certain. There were many other hypothesized answers before gravity was ever considered, like electromagnetism, static attractions, air pressure, etc, but the only one that held up was gravity under the idea that mass attracts other mass, through a yet to be determined mechanism (we understand it to be the bending of space time today). The experiment that first verified mass attracting mass was the Cavendish experiment, which has been recreated many times over the last couple centuries. Here’s a really great demonstration of the experiment nolocal.info/have/video/i4uaYaul3Kypmm8. So it’s not as simple as you seem to think it is and it’s a bit ignorant to claim that gravity “has never been proven”. I think the confusion here stems from the language that’s used, you probably think that because gravity is a theory, it must mean it’s never been proven. To which I think you could really benefit from learning the difference between a regular theory and a scientific theory nolocal.info/have/video/nWJ8YcWmtKygw6Y, they’re not the same thing. Scientific theory’s are basically proven concepts, nothing graduates to a theory of science, until it’s been rigorously tested and is the only model left standing after the process of falsification concludes.

  • Banana Spice
    Banana Spice5 dager siden

    I never met you in real life, so that means you simply don't exist.

  • jhanner80
    jhanner805 dager siden

    This gives conspiracy theories a bad name lol!

  • LonZo Fernandez
    LonZo Fernandez5 dager siden

    Flat earth was a social experiment that revolved around saying that something is true enough on the internet long enough people will start to believe it....there ya go.

  • soimii dobrogeni
    soimii dobrogeni5 dager siden

    in 1800's earth was flat in most studies! long live science and all certain uncertainties of it!

  • Brandeenie 2002
    Brandeenie 20025 dager siden

    I'd like to see them go clockwise around the supposed ice wall without turning left and keeping sight of the ice.

  • Joe Frick
    Joe Frick5 dager siden

    I think 70% of earth is flat at various 30% angles

  • Jon Anderson
    Jon Anderson5 dager siden

    Some theories are put out to make others look foolish. Governments put fools in groups to make them lose credibility or stature all the time. Why not with thoughts?

  • MR FLIBBLE

    MR FLIBBLE

    5 dager siden

    Flat earth theory never had any credibility to lose in the first placew

  • Declan O'Rourke
    Declan O'Rourke5 dager siden

    I am here to tell you are all wrong the world is really sideways bows

  • Michael Kent
    Michael Kent5 dager siden

    Flat earthers make me laugh. If the Sun is about 3,000 miles above the earth at it's closest according to their own calculations and the earth is flat the Sun would not set anywhere. It would always be above the horizon. I have seen flat earth maps and how the 51 miles in diameter Sun circles above the earth. It does not go below the horizon on their map. It always appears above the horizon. Check it out and you will see what I mean😃 I got some criticisms of NASA as well but that is another story.

  • mimi mimi
    mimi mimi5 dager siden

    So how thick is the earth?

  • Dill Carver
    Dill Carver6 dager siden

    There are people who believe the earth is flat and yet believe the last US election was not rigged.

  • Tyson Carpenter
    Tyson Carpenter6 dager siden

    Did yall know that once a boat has gone conpletly out of view that u can zoom in with a very good zoom lense and the whole boat will b viewable again? If the waves are large u might not be able to see the whole boat. And anything nasa tells u....u might wanna do some more research.

  • Tyson Carpenter

    Tyson Carpenter

    5 dager siden

    @MR FLIBBLE and also with the Earth's curvature there are mathematics that have figured out the curve. Its 8 inches squared for every mile.

  • Tyson Carpenter

    Tyson Carpenter

    5 dager siden

    @MR FLIBBLE i was talking about pictures of the earth. All from nasa. Even pics from other space stations in different countrys have there own satanic symbolism in there names. The only thing i know is that there are many many countries I have signed the Antarctica treaty. These people are at war everyday yet no one dose anything on Antarctica. Pretty amazing to me did they can all get along just fine and not do anything down there that people are at War everyday with each other.

  • MR FLIBBLE

    MR FLIBBLE

    5 dager siden

    Your talking about when the boat goes out of visible sight wit the naked eye. NOT when it disappears under the horizon. When you bring it back into view it will actually go under the horizon if you give it time to get far away enough. When it REALLY goes under the horizon nothing, not even the most powerful telescope will bring it back into view. This is NOT something NASA told me or anyone. NASA doesn't deal with boats. This has been known by sea navigators for CENTURIES! NASA was founded in the 1950s. Almost no one thought the earth was flat before it existed so there wouldn't have been little point in making this mulit billion dollar industry to dedicate to hiding the flat earth if there were brely any flat earthers anyway.. Its you that hasn't actually done any research. All you did was watch Eric Dubays "100 proofs" video. Assume it was all correct, not fact check it, not challenge any of it. And used confirmation bias to maybe find a couple of you tube videos that already agreed with what you think. You did the exact opposite of critical thinking.

  • CANADAKING RBLX
    CANADAKING RBLX6 dager siden

    When a big chanel mentions somewhere near me when I live in a low population area: OmG I Go To PlYmOuTh LoAdS YESSSS

  • mikeyG
    mikeyG6 dager siden

    This dude looks like one of Harry Enfield's characters.

  • Stuart Hall
    Stuart Hall6 dager siden

    Can you please explain why a flat earther has never ever gone to the edge of the flat earth and taken pictures to prove that there is an edge? Can you tell me about the other planets, are they also flat? How come all of the other planets look like round globes, and their rotation can be observed? Why are all of the other planets different from our planet? What holds up the sun so that it can go around in a circle above the flat earth? What makes the sun move? What holds the moon up in the sky and why do the sun and the moon never collide as they are circling in the sky over the flat earth? Can you please explain how thick is the disk, and what is on the other side? If I drill all the way through the disk what would l see on the other side? We know that volcano's spew out molten magma but where does all of that hot magma live when it’s not actually blowing out of a volcano and what heats it up so that the rocks melt? You tell us that there is no gravity, and you tell us that everything can be explained by density and buoyancy, but how do they work without gravity? What makes a lighter thing rise, and a heavier thing fall if there is no such thing as gravity? What explains the phases of the moon and why does the moon go through the different phases every 28 days?

  • Oishi
    Oishi6 dager siden

    anything flath earth content is disgustingly easy views, but ye, it's fun to watch these meaningless topics

  • Edicius Bizaar
    Edicius Bizaar6 dager siden

    Yea cause conspiracies have never existed IRL! Duh!

  • Edicius Bizaar

    Edicius Bizaar

    5 dager siden

    @MR FLIBBLE you have a valid point there and I agree with ya. There are many other sources one can look at though. Albeit time consuming.

  • MR FLIBBLE

    MR FLIBBLE

    5 dager siden

    @Edicius Bizaar If the conspiracy theory websites like that utter wnker Alex hones didn't so consistently get their theories wrong and bluntly make sht up then people might view them as a more credible source.

  • Edicius Bizaar

    Edicius Bizaar

    5 dager siden

    @MR FLIBBLE it's not about whether or not CT have existed, it's rather the fact that it's now a trigger word that when ppl hear "conspiracy theory" they automatically see it as false. Without even checking the evidence or the "why they think that". There's quite a few CT out there right now that have valid evidence behind them. Sodium nitrites for one example. Voter fraud. And many more.

  • MR FLIBBLE

    MR FLIBBLE

    5 dager siden

    Flat earth is a conspiracy theory that falls at the first hurdle when you observe the sun set though. Thats why its a shyte theory. NO ONE has argued that conspiracies dont exist. No one. why did you make the comment when you knew full well that people are aware SOME conspiracies have happened at some times?

  • Tin Man
    Tin Man6 dager siden

    who gives a damm?

  • Frankie and Benjy Mouse

    Frankie and Benjy Mouse

    6 dager siden

    All NAVIGATORS care about the shape of the earth. Their job depend on it. If you don't know the shape of the earth you can not tell the distance from A to B and can not tell in what direction it is. Airlines and shipping depends on KNOWING this.

  • Malik Abdullah
    Malik Abdullah6 dager siden

    Man so all this time we have been living on one big flying saucer... Wait a minute mother earth mothership?! Is this what George Clinton and the P-Funk all-stars were trying to tell us all those years ago!😳😳😳😂😂😂😂

  • Lord Charfield
    Lord Charfield7 dager siden

    I decided to devote myself to looking into Flat Earth with a very open mind, for a couple of months to the point that my wife was getting slightly concerned. I watched all of the “absolute proof” videos plus most other available information. I saw NOTHING that vaguely convinced me. Also, the Bible doesn’t claim “Flat Earth” and in addition, the pagans in England (Wiltshire), Egypt, Mexico and so on, all believed that the Earth was spherical along with all of the other planets, satellites and stars. My conclusion. Flat Earth is pure bullshit, has nothing to do with real Christianity or the Bible and is a theory pushed by really dangerous and aggressive people. Having said all of this, the scientific world is full of contradictions and opposing evidence. Making absolute statements about the veracity capabilities of science is at best “hopefully disingenuous”. Also, we are living in a time where matters of gender and sexuality are risibly science denying, yet I see few in the scientific world brave enough to challenge the Marxist b/s being touted today. In the final analysis, scientific evidence, veracity and authority belongs to those with the most powerful voices.

  • MR FLIBBLE

    MR FLIBBLE

    5 dager siden

    That's because there are almost ZERO Marxist going about. EVERYONE that spouts that there is somehow Marxists involved in a conspiracy of denying science and society has done no research and doesn't even know what Marxism is.

  • Ricky Barber
    Ricky Barber7 dager siden

    All I'm going to is the Earth Flat and the day Jesus returns everyone will see with their own eyes 👀.

  • Frankie and Benjy Mouse

    Frankie and Benjy Mouse

    6 dager siden

    And when is that?? He is 2000 years late already.

  • Erik Mckay
    Erik Mckay7 dager siden

    Uh ba duh....iq must be 50

  • Bethania vargas
    Bethania vargas7 dager siden

    Not biased at all are you? I'm not going to go down to his level and call him an idiot, or ridiculous. But i will just speak my mind. I think there's neither absolute evidence of the flat, or globe model. He made fun of Robotham's claims which are debunked but then asserted that the theory of atmospheric refraction is as it says. Also doing the same with evolution; that says he already subscribes to another set of ideas opposite to the flat earthers. He says that gravity is a proven fact. No conflict of interest there. So no buddy you believe in theories already so you can not be an impartial auditor for that discussion. Stop making amalgams of misinformation to satisfy your ego, and the ones of your followers.

  • MR FLIBBLE

    MR FLIBBLE

    5 dager siden

    The irony of a flat earther condemning anyone for impartiality is hilariously ironic. Given that you reject every piece of evidence that doesn't fit your narrative. Your part of the new breed of flat earthers that claim they are not a flat earther yet only accepts evidence for a flat earth. You do it to conveniently avoid anything approaching a burden of proof. It means you can sit and reject all the evidence of a globe while never being required to explain your own flat earth theory which, despite clams to be "impartial;" is exactly what you believe. This represents an increasing desperation in the dying embers of the flat earth movement. Where they are so relentlessly debunked by facts that they have to claim not to be flat earthers to avoid the total humiliation. Dont lie and pretend your not a flat earther. I know exactly how to identify one having watched their movement fall apart for the last few years.

  • Bethania vargas

    Bethania vargas

    5 dager siden

    Oh erase my response because it's harsh but not the other one who attacks me without me having spoken a word to said individual. See that's why the internet has become a jungle of entrenched ideologies all encamping one against the other. There's no consideration for the respect of a differing person's sovereignty in these sterilized platforms much less for their position. That's why there can't be no robust, and cohesive discussions on topics of contention. Everyone has become the arbiter of truth. How sad.

  • Frankie and Benjy Mouse

    Frankie and Benjy Mouse

    6 dager siden

    There is lots of *EVIDENCE* for the globe. OYG.. Everybody take a shot. We have a "BUT IT'S ONLY A THEORY" fool again. You've been told that "gravity is just a theory", a guess, a hunch, and not a fact, not proven. You've been misled. Keep reading, and in less than two minutes from now you'll know that you've been misinformed. We're not going to try and change your mind about gravity. We just want to point out that *"it's just a theory" is not a valid argument* . The Theory of Gravity is a theory, but guess what? When scientists use the word theory, it has a different meaning to normal everyday use.1 That's right, it all comes down to the multiple meanings of the word theory. If you said to a scientist that you didn't believe in gravity because it was "just a theory", they'd probably be a bit puzzled. In everyday use, theory means a guess or a hunch, something that maybe needs proof. In science, a theory is not a guess, not a hunch. It's a well-substantiated, well-supported, well-documented explanation for our observations.2 It ties together all the facts about something, providing an explanation that fits all the observations and can be used to make predictions. In science, theory is the ultimate goal, the explanation. It's as close to proven as anything in science can be. Some people think that in science, you have a theory, and once it's proven, it becomes a law. That's not how it works. In science, we collect facts, or observations, we use laws to describe them, and a theory to explain them. You don't promote a theory to a law by proving it. A theory never becomes a law. This bears repeating. A theory never becomes a law. In fact, if there was a hierarchy of science, theories would be higher than laws. There is nothing higher, or better, than a theory. Laws describe things, theories explain them. An example will help you to understand this. There's a law of gravity, which is the description of gravity. It basically says that if you let go of something it'll fall. It doesn't say why. Then there's the theory of gravity, which is an attempt to explain why. Actually, Newton's Theory of Gravity did a pretty good job, but Einstein's Theory of Relativity does a better job of explaining it. These explanations are called theories, and will always be theories. They can't be changed into laws, because laws are different things. Laws describe, and theories explain. Just because it's called a theory of gravity, doesn't mean that it's just a guess. It's been tested. All our observations are supported by it, as well as its predictions that we've tested. Also, gravity is real! You can observe it for yourself. Just because it's real doesn't mean that the explanation is a law. *The explanation, in scientific terms, is called a theory* . Same goes for EVOLUTION. A scientific theory is a PROVEN FACT, boy. Now run along and go play outside.

  • Javier Latorre

    Javier Latorre

    6 dager siden

    Seeing as we have observed the effects of a globe over visibility (things being obscured by the horizon) the effect of atmospheric refraction (light travelling through mediums) the effects of evolution (the entire field of paleontology) and the effects of gravity (both on Earth and outside of it) I'd say all of these are pretty solid facts. Also, theories are not hypotheses in the scientific world. They are collections of facts that explain how the world works.

  • Bethania vargas
    Bethania vargas7 dager siden

    They just confused bacteria with worms.

  • Charles Achurch
    Charles Achurch7 dager siden

    If my eyesight was good enough I could probably see the back of my head.

  • NeonNational
    NeonNational7 dager siden

    the true importance of flat-earthers : theyre fun to mock for :D

  • myar kalsaki-kamag
    myar kalsaki-kamag7 dager siden

    Naughty thoughty2.. trying to pretend he doesnt know the earth is flat.. and yet he loves eating flat bread 😏

  • MR FLIBBLE

    MR FLIBBLE

    5 dager siden

    You got him there! Flatr earth proved with bread!

  • Your Dawg Skip
    Your Dawg Skip7 dager siden

    Flat or round, we’re all stuck here doing the same things regardless of earths shape

  • Herpermike
    Herpermike7 dager siden

    We have systematically bred out the intelligence from our species! And favor the idiots to reproduce! Idiocracy is a documentary not a comedy lol

  • Celestia Ludenberg
    Celestia Ludenberg7 dager siden

    if you think the people who think the earth was flat were stupid, just keep in mind people believed that the black death was caused by God/the devil. and something about the something of planets or something I can remember.

  • Eric Waiters
    Eric Waiters7 dager siden

    Want the truth? Watch "convex earth the documentary" science, mathematics and observable facts

  • MrSirhcsellor

    MrSirhcsellor

    7 dager siden

    You mean from the Brazilian “scientists” and “engineers”, that were later found to be actors and self help speakers? The same group who also claimed they had made contact with an inter dimensional alien named Bilu? Ya...I think you need to get a better filter, and stop believing every scam documentary that pops up in your NOlocal feed.

  • Lostgears
    Lostgears7 dager siden

    ...and 1.4k flatearthers still exist. We'll get rid of you soon enough.

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