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Comment by Nym on Thursday

Laila: "An eagle has a way bigger and further line of sight and a vanishing point many miles further than we can see, just as one example of it depending on eye ability, all species are different."

Exactly. Each species is designed to take in and make sense of it's environment for survival. Our see far enough for minimum safe distance: natural events - tidal waves, wind storms, rain storms, animal herds. Later on men built castles atop hills, lookouts aboard boats. All for the purpose of seeing more distance. Science is something we all can prove. Scientism is a system of belief that gives all the power to a few who are paid huge sums of money to make the masses feel inferior. I don't accept your 31k. I don't take bribes of silence prove your ball with your own eyes or simply walk away.

Comment by Laila on Thursday

VL. Everything you just said....YES.All of it!! I must be on a parallel path to you!  And LOL, yes PLEASE Snafu, I will gladly split  31k with VL and we promise to never speak of it in public again!  It has been hard to even talk about it on this awesome website (LOVE your work Rose!)  I was also laughed at and ridiculed so much over the chemtrails thing and the fukushima thing and the fact that cancer treatments kill, depopulation is real, 911 was a setup, etc etc  that I don't really talk to anyone about most stuff any more because I don't mean to take peoples minds to places they don't want to go. I used to think all people would want to know the truth but the powers that be have done such a good job lying to us about EVERYTHING that I realised it could probably send most people over the edge of sanity to find out they have been lied to so much! I have nearly been there so I know. But stay open minded Snafu, if you want to, and like VL said, "the longer I look at it the more profound and important it seems." I AM liking the awakening I am having though when I thought I already was awake. I was only half way there!

Comment by Vinyl Lady on Wednesday

I get your point, Snafu....and have been looking at the skies for my entire life time. Remember my mom was a PhD in astrophysics....so looking at stars, contemplating Einstein's ideas, etc, was a frequent happening in my young life. I've seen that satellite go over...but never seen more than two in any viewing.  The moon is 287,000 miles away.  Satellites are 200 miles on average.  Why don't we have tons of youtube images of them from people who spend a lot of time watching?  Why has no astronaut so much as snapped a single photo of the earth from space? It's just not adding up.  

Send the $31,000 and I'll split it with Laila and Nym and stop discussing this.  Cognitive dissonance is very uncomfortable. This conversation reminds me of a day I was visiting with my sister's brother and a friend from high school.....my brother in law said "She believes in chemtrails" and they both burst out laughing.  They laughed hard and long. It still hurts when I think of it. It was the last time I mentioned them and sometimes wonder how they explain those trails inside their own minds.  Maybe they just don't look.  I remember how difficult it was when I fully realized we are being sprayed.

It unhinged my world.

A month ago I was considering going into debt on another house.  It bothered me with the economic indicators being what they are (the worst in history).  I called my sister.  She carries a lot of debt in her commercial property investments.  She said "Some people just aren't suited to debt.  Do what you're comfortable with. We must each respect our comfort zone and back away from things that are too threatening." That's exactly what I did.

Comment by Vinyl Lady on Wednesday

Great comments, Laila.  It's a slow process....observing, contemplating, etc, etc. It would be nice if kids weren't told "The earth is round and you're an idiot if you think otherwise." 

Yesterday I was thinking about rotation on a ball.  If the earth is spinning at 970 MPH that's 1,423 feet per second.  Wouldn't the friction between the ground and the air always cause some kind of breeze? The earth would have to be dragging the atmosphere.  How would an airplane land on a north/south facing runway at the equator that's moving at 1,423 feet per second? Hmmm.  And bodies of water or rivers....wouldn't they erode the west bank much more than the east?.  I'd like to see someone show an example of curved water.  It's always "sea level" not "sea curve". Then there's the question of centrifugal force.  I can demonstrate that to myself by tieing something small to a string and spinning it.  How can we demonstrate gravity? No one's ever been successful demonstrating gravity. 

So many questions....but like you said "I wish we could help each other form a picture..."  Yeah.  Admiral Byrd spoke of all the lands beyond the ice wall. The wealth of resources and plant and animal life.  There may be a lot more real estate then we think.  I haven't had time to read Giannini Armada yet....but I'll get there.  Life has been very busy as tends to happen in late spring.  It's so much fun to challenge our own mindset....worth the losses.  But to some people, they are deeply invested in not seeing chemtrails, food,water and pharmaceutical toxins....to admit these things would mean they have spent their lives being a tool of the machine.....contributing to harming others and the world.  Flat earth is bigger still.  The longer I look at it, the more profound and important it seems.

Or maybe I just don't want to worry about aliens or the "Space Fence" or other threats from outer space!  But how do sailors in the navy spot distant ships with lasers?  They can pin point distant ships at 100miles. It's all mind melting.

Comment by Snafu on Wednesday

VL

“Then there is the question of where are the satellites?  Many people have high powered telescopes.  Really big ones.  They watch the moon, for example, and if there really are 15,000 satellites orbiting the earth, at least a few hundred should be visible passing in front of the moon in any given viewing session of a few hours.  But there are never any. None.  Why?  It's a mystery.”

Aaargh! No, no, no, no, no. In a post below, all you need to do is go outside and look up. The Satellites are everywhere. When you see one moving across the sky, you’re not seeing the Satellite, you’re seeing sunlight reflected off the Satellite. You probably won’t (may be some exceptions) see the Satellite coming over the horizon because it needs to be in a position to reflect the light in a way you can see it. If a Satellite passes in front of the moon, the light reflected from the Moon is much, much stronger than the light reflected from the little Satellite, so no, you won’t see it pass in front of the moon.

Laila,

“Lastly, why do all the stars travel together as a static picture when there should be loads of parallax movement of the stars farthest away with the closest stars as we travel through space really fast.”

I know what ya mean, my dog loves it when I roll down the car window and he gets to stick his head out. Problem is, the Universe might be bigger than you think. The closest star is light years away. Most are so far out that if the star made a right turn and went a billion miles from where it was, you wouldn’t even notice from here. Not to mention, the light from the star you see is how the star was thousands of years ago. What you see in a 70-80 year lifetime is nothing. So if you’re hoping to roll down the window on the dome and stick your head out to see the stars flying by, won’t happen.

If I put up the $31,000, can we end this?

Comment by Vinyl Lady on Wednesday

Right, Martin.  The precessional cycle.  One degree every 50 years or so.  Those constellations are made up of stars that are light years apart.  According to astronomy, everything is moving and expanding at astronomical rates of speed.  If we are moving at 1/2 Billion MPH, then it would make sense that the stars would change over time....not on a predictable cycle.  Never should they "return" to exact, predictable positions.  Some of them might....but others should zoom away or at least be unpredictable by a degree or two.

Then there is the question of where are the satellites?  Many people have high powered telescopes.  Really big ones.  They watch the moon, for example, and if there really are 15,000 satellites orbiting the earth, at least a few hundred should be visible passing in front of the moon in any given viewing session of a few hours.  But there are never any. None.  Why?  It's a mystery.

Comment by Laila on Wednesday

oh, by the way, Whatever you are all saying about this, I am enjoying this discussion! 

Comment by Laila on Wednesday

Snafu, all the endless questions, I have asked them all and that is what has led me to use all my spare time for months now looking at as much stuff as I can find. This is so big that you really have to find answers yourself, the questions are too numerous, take it slowly, one question at a time and see where it takes you. Slowly but surely I am coming to some really awesome conclusions, ones that seem to tie SO many of my other theories together. The expanding Earth still fits too, and so do most things, IF you look at it another way!     My moments of seeing came about by observing the stars and mostly by my years of teaching about vanishing points to my art students. Everything I see can be shown to have a straight line vanishing point, where the human eye is at its limits of vision. An eagle has a way bigger and further line of sight and a vanishing point many miles further than we can see, just as one example of it depending on eye ability, all species are different.   And now for the first time we have really powerful zoom lenses, ships and buildings don.t disappear over the horizon and there is no curve. But, I want that 31K so am still trying to find proof of Earth's curvature!    And it is not a disc with edges floating in space, there is an endless universe, continually connected.  I wish we could help each other form a picture in our minds of what this might really look like, because we are 3D creatures who want to make sense of everything in a physical way so we can picture it in our 3D perspective. Hmm...  Lastly, why do all the stars travel together as a static picture when there should be loads of parallax movement of the stars farthest away with the closest stars as we travel through space really fast. You know, like the trees on the side of the road flashing past as you drive and the horizon staying seemingly still. For that matter, stars millions of light years away, our eyes' vanishing point dictates we would not even be able to see them!!  and while we are talking about space, have you ever seen a satellite come up from the horizon and over the top of you, or a comet coming up from the horizon? They would if we are a globe, but they all go straight across the sky in a straight line to some distant vanishing point!  My questions are being answered by not trying to prove flat Earth is wrong, but trying to prove globe earth to be correct. The deeper you go.....! Wow! Only for those who dare!!   Anyone read Gianinni Armadeo yet, there are clues there!  

Comment by Nym on Wednesday

Comment by Martin Harris on Tuesday

What makes you think the stars "never move" VL?

Their positions have been recorded to have moved significantly since the earliest known civilisations recorded their positions thousands of years ago (a mere blip in time!). It's called equinoctial Precession. Or did you mean something different?

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