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THE BIGGEST CON EVER....PROOF THAT THE EARTH IS FLAT NOT A BALL...
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[quote:GUIDO 23018603:MV8xOTc1MjY0XzMzMTgyOTgxXzQ5ODg5Qjk3] [quote:betty189:MV8xOTc1MjY0XzMzMTgyOTYzXzM5MDVENzM1] [quote:GUIDO 23018603:MV8xOTc1MjY0XzMzMTgyODE4X0UwNTRGMjRE] [quote:betty189:MV8xOTc1MjY0XzMzMTgyNzE4X0VCMDhCNTcw] [quote:GUIDO 23018603:MV8xOTc1MjY0XzMzMTgyNTU4XzhDRTBBNDFB] [quote:betty189:MV8xOTc1MjY0XzMzMTgxODk3X0FBODdDQTNB] . [/quote]a crust like pizza? ok i have to ask, how thick is this crust? and why dont ships sail off the edge?[b] why isnt the ocean water just overflowing off the edge?[/b] [/quote] obviously you werent paying attention. i had already explained all this. the earth is round like a pizza and also has a surface called 'crust' how thick is this earth pizza??? we dont know exactly because for reasons of obfuscation they have not palesely concentrated of depth core drilling. I believe the deepest drilling attempted is around 6000m but as God does everthing in 7's, my theory is that the earth is 7km deep. by proeffering the obfuscating theory that the earth is a ball, science has therefore made redundant the requirement of further drilling to find out the depth of our planet (planet is from latin plane which means FLAT) . why dont ships fall off the edge??? i have already explained this : the water level of the oceans is the lowest seuface level of the earth therefore ALL the bodies of water are automatically contained by higher natural ground levels which hold the water in place just like a lake. [/quote] just a few more questions,have you ever gone to the edge of the earth and looked over the edge,to see it for yourself? has anyone you know of done this? what do they see? have [b]you ever heard of anyone falling off the edge into space?[/b] [/quote] how long is a piece of string? you cannot fall off into empty space because the erth plane is encompassed by the atmosphere which holds the surface under gentle pressure, like gravity but pushed down from above. when we can break thru the atmospheric layers then we enter into space proper and it is at that point that you become detached from this planet earth and yes, you can fall off into total oblivion....that's the reason why when austronauts go into space outside the atmosphere, they have to remain attached to a cord otherwise they vanish into space. you are trying to tempt me with trick questions/ just like teh pharesees tried to tempt Jesus with trick questions. [/quote]trick questions? calm down, i never talked to a flat earther before,i never even bothered to read why they think the earth is flat, im just wondering the science behind the reasoning,i think those are valid questions, [b]but going to bed now,[/b]will check back tomorrow:yawn: [/quote] so if you fall off your bed while you sleep, does it mean that the earth is a ball??? heheheheeh [/quote]
for 6000 years it has been common wisdom that the earth is flat...even Jesus who came from and went back to heaven stated that the earth has 4 cornes.
suddenly the illuminati lied to us that the earth is round like a ball. That is not true and cannot be proven.
if it was a ball the water from the oceans would have just fallen off into space.
if the earth was spinning I would know because i suffer from motion sick and can't even ride a car without vomiting my guts out.
if the earth was round and spinning at the same time it makes no sense because the planes could not land to a destination that is constantly changing position due to spinning...have you ever seen a fly land on a spinning ball???? ever....
but a fly will land on any thing that stands still.
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