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 03-06-2018, 05:51 AM #51
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 Originally Posted by WaterCantCurve #1 none of those planets have liquid water #2 our planet has liquid water #3 water must be contained #4 a globe cant contain water #5 the OP proves there is no curvature, proving we're on the flat plane that is required to contain water.
Zero gravity flight

When u reach a certain level almost outside the earths atmosphere u become weightless

Gravity is real

 03-06-2018, 06:03 AM #53
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 Originally Posted by WaterCantCurve #1 none of those planets have liquid water #2 our planet has liquid water #3 water must be contained #4 a globe cant contain water #5 the OP proves there is no curvature, proving we're on the flat plane that is required to contain water.
A flat plane is not required to hold water. If a plane were truly flat water would run off the edges. All that required to contain water on a globe is a force to hold it down. Since a globe is round water cannot leak off the edges because there aren't any edges. Gravity holds the water to the earth the same way it holds an object down. The gravity of the moon creates tides that are in sync with the rotation of the earth the same rotation that creates night and day.

 03-06-2018, 02:34 PM #55
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 Originally Posted by DARKSEID Have you ever been on airplane? Do you realize how big this planet is? Do you realize how high up you have to be to see the curve? For you to be able to even begin to see the curve, you would have to be high enough that the chicago skyline wouldn't be visible. Image View Removed. Please Click Here. Do us all a favor and take a geometry class. The earth is 8000 miles in diameter, 4000 miles deep.
You just don't get it do you? Chicago should not be visible from 46 miles away, it should be hidden beyond the curvature of the earth, but its not, you can just zoom in on it, the same way you can zoom in on boats going over the fantasy curve that scientists claim exists.

 03-06-2018, 02:37 PM #56
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 Originally Posted by TonyGe A flat plane is not required to hold water. If a plane were truly flat water would run off the edges. All that required to contain water on a globe is a force to hold it down. Since a globe is round water cannot leak off the edges because there aren't any edges. Gravity holds the water to the earth the same way it holds an object down. The gravity of the moon creates tides that are in sync with the rotation of the earth the same rotation that creates night and day.
The water is held in by the 200-300 foot Antartic ice shelf that surrounds the flat earth.

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 03-06-2018, 02:43 PM #58
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 Originally Posted by DoubleLeftH00k Zero gravity flight [Link View Has Been Removed. Click Here To Unlock This Content.] When u reach a certain level almost outside the earths atmosphere u become weightless Gravity is real
You really need to research this stuff, you've been conned. That's how Nasa fakes gravity.

They just reversed the image of the simulation and dark out the background

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 Originally Posted by Mud He doesnt though does he... [Link View Has Been Removed. Click Here To Unlock This Content.] How sad is your life that you feel the need to pretend to believe the Earth is flat to get attention on the internet? At least some flat earthers make a bit of money from their videos. Image View Removed. Please Click Here.
There is no evidence that the world is an "oblate spheroid"

All of Nasa's fake images are a perfect sphere, you can take a circle in photoshop and place it perfectly around it.

I've got a lot more money than you pal. I read the time off a rolex, I drive a new Mercedes Benz, I own my own property and I've got tens of thousands in the bank, all provable.

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 Originally Posted by WaterCantCurve You really need to research this stuff, you've been conned. That's how Nasa fakes gravity. They just reversed the image of the simulation and dark out the background Image View Removed. Please Click Here. Image View Removed. Please Click Here.
u said u dont believe on gravity and here u are posting picture about zero-g lol

 Tags flat, part, understand?