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For Flat Earthers How to curve water without a container

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ytrebiLeurT
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Published on 21 Jun 2022 / In Moon Landings

⁣⁣All atoms in the universe are interconnected ⁣by electromagnetic ropes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LR2ES9ciGMA

https://www.youtube.com/c/RationalScience

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WhiteNight
WhiteNight 3 days ago

I was focused on this guy's hair really, what they are really hiding..... :)

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heeed
heeed 5 days ago

what is this jew/masonic drivel ,the earth is flat,end of,me thinks one does protest too much

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WhiteNight
WhiteNight 3 days ago

this guy reminds me Einstain, the hair do it for me alone

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Flew
Flew 5 days ago

This was a hard watch. Very unconvincing of anything. Who invented the ball theory? Who pushed the ball theory? Now days, just check their early life section. Anything to do with jewry, mansonry or enlightenment should be a dead give away.

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

The scientist Bill Gaede has put forward the theory that all atoms in the universe are connected by electromagnetic "ropes", this theory, this assumption is completely new and contradicts all other assumptions that work with "particles"...

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Flew
Flew 5 days ago

@ytrebiLeurT: Wait, I was waiting for him to explain how gravity makes water stick to a spinning ball. damn. Now it's ropes? Ahhh..

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

@Flew: Electromagnetic "ropes" explain gravity, light, magnetism.

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Flew
Flew 5 days ago

@ytrebiLeurT: ahhh. the ropes again. you know I can almost kinda feel them ropes. I think this scientist should measure the ropes in his brain.

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

@Flew: Denial is the first reflex to something new that contradicts the old learned, but that's okay ;)

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Flew
Flew 5 days ago

@ytrebiLeurT: Don't tell me that until you have thoroughly looked in geocentrism. Though in the end, there will be no absolute proof that will convince everyone either way.

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

@Flew: There is no need for "evidence" or "proof" only understanding the mechanism matters, everything else, like "evidence" and "proof", is religion and opinion...

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TinyCow
TinyCow 5 days ago

@ytrebiLeurT: I had this theory about 27 years ago. I called it "Universal Webbing". i was very young and naive. I disproved my own theory but perhaps somehow his is different, either way im sure i dont even need to go into his to know that.

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DrSoul
DrSoul 20 hours ago

@Flew: " Though in the end, there will be no absolute proof that will convince everyone either way."
That's just about it.
Something happened to me when I watched an FE video not long ago: I had to concede that I, personally, am quite incapable of proving either flat or round, and that I would always have to take someone else's word for it, and I'm 60 now.
However, the spinning ball thing seems more and more unlikely, the more I read, for example about 'Kopernikus' or 'Galilei' to name just 2. Extremely nasty stench coming from across the centuries, everywhere I read.

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

Snowflakes are round like earth is round

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Flew
Flew 5 days ago

Snowflakes come in many different shapes, sizes and patterns. Not unlike the many on this site ;)

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

@Flew: You see an image made by an electron microscope as the title clearly says.

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Flew
Flew 5 days ago

@ytrebiLeurT: Think that is the only picture ever taken with one?

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

@Flew: Why should I think that?

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Flew
Flew 5 days ago

@ytrebiLeurT: Your caption. You find one picture. Nevermind you're good. That upload had me wondering hmmm wuts with the ropes but now that one snowflake picture has crushed all believe I had in geocentrism. Thanks you win the day, Thank god for this site and their continued effort against the evils of flat earth.

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

@Flew: I don't see the flat earth assumption as "evil" but as an attempt to bring people into a religion, i.e. to believe in a god, but does god, allah, yahweh exist? No, because existence means, according to Bill Gaede's definition, that everything that exists must be an object with a localization, otherwise it does not exist, or in other words - an object is that which has shape and all objects are related to all other objects by the " ropes" connected because every object consists of atoms.

I've learned through dealing with flat earth that i have cognitive dissonance because i was very angry with these people, i'm long gone just because i could see my cognitive dissonance by dealing with flat earth but i'm not a flat earther who is convinced of the flatness of the earth because everything is round even the snowflake when you look into it with an electron microscope.

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Flew
Flew 5 days ago

@ytrebiLeurT:

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ytrebiLeurT
ytrebiLeurT 5 days ago

@Flew: So what, that's not an explanation of how a mechanism works...

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