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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    People lose their **** the moment you even suggest that the earth is flat. It's an easy troll but funny nonetheless
    Just wait until we prove that The Earth is, in fact, conical.

    You'll all look really stupid then.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IGRIGI View Post
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    I love a conspiracy theory, my favourite being Hitler escaping to South America, however Flat Earth is just mental.

    The wall of ice however is a belter of a theory.
    Ever been to South America? Its full of Germans!

    Watch Hunting Hitler...and maybe you will realise that is is highly probable he did goto Argentina.

    At least thats what the CIA think anyway...but what would they know. :)
    Its on record...that they actively hunted him 8 years after the war(All files become declassified after x amount of years.
    They have intelligence stating there was high ranking nazis landing in Argentina on uboats.

    I went to a place in Chile(cant remember the name but its on Hunting Hitler)

    From the outside its like a concentration camp.
    Nowadays...German people,German music through tannoys,German food,Typical German clothing being worn,huge watchtowers,barbed wire fencing....you would be convinced you were in Germany.

    I never knew at the the time....but the place had been notorious for fleeing Nazis.
    Many people went there...and simply disappeared.
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    I like the Flat Earth movement, I am assuming its one massive troll to wind folk up and that's in line with my sense of humour. Its when people genuinely start to believe it that it becomes scary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatecrasher View Post
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    I like the Flat Earth movement, I am assuming its one massive troll to wind folk up and that's in line with my sense of humour. Its when people genuinely start to believe it that it becomes scary.
    That's my interpretation too, and if it's genuine, I applaud their dedication to the cause. They've played one very long-game, managing to engage and enrage people alike (including many celebrity scientists).

    I also view conspiracy theories as healthy - I support any questioning of events - it's what drives my career. My pet peeve is where people begin to disagree with evidence when it becomes abundant, trying to somehow invalidate experts with their high-school science qualifications (cf. the collapse of the WTC buildings).

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    [QUOTE=Ryan69;5395042]E
    From the outside its like a concentration camp.
    Nowadays...German people,German music through tannoys,German food,Typical German clothing being worn,huge watchtowers,barbed wire fencing....you would be convinced you were in Germany.

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    Have you ever been to Germany ?
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    [QUOTE=PeeJay;5395125]
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    From the outside its like a concentration camp.
    Nowadays...German people,German music through tannoys,German food,Typical German clothing being worn,huge watchtowers,barbed wire fencing....you would be convinced you were in Germany.

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    Have you ever been to Germany ?
    About 10 times...

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    Ever been to South America? Its full of Germans!

    Watch Hunting Hitler...and maybe you will realise that is is highly probable he did goto Argentina.

    At least thats what the CIA think anyway...but what would they know. :)
    Its on record...that they actively hunted him 8 years after the war(All files become declassified after x amount of years.
    They have intelligence stating there was high ranking nazis landing in Argentina on uboats.

    I went to a place in Chile(cant remember the name but its on Hunting Hitler)

    From the outside its like a concentration camp.
    Nowadays...German people,German music through tannoys,German food,Typical German clothing being worn,huge watchtowers,barbed wire fencing....you would be convinced you were in Germany.

    I never knew at the the time....but the place had been notorious for fleeing Nazis.
    Many people went there...and simply disappeared.
    Should have clarified that that was a theory I was interested in, I'm a Hunting Hitler fanatic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatecrasher View Post
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    I like the Flat Earth movement, I am assuming its one massive troll to wind folk up and that's in line with my sense of humour. Its when people genuinely start to believe it that it becomes scary.
    If it is a troll, they're taking it to new levels.

    https://www.flatearthconventionuk.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by IGRIGI View Post
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    Should have clarified that that was a theory I was interested in, I'm a Hunting Hitler fanatic
    The evidence definately points too a cover up.

    Especially as the bodies the Russians have were proven to both be female.
    Makes you wonder what else in history is made up.

    Dont believe the flat earth theory though..seems insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan69 View Post
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    Ever been to South America? Its full of Germans!

    Watch Hunting Hitler...and maybe you will realise that is is highly probable he did goto Argentina.

    At least thats what the CIA think anyway...but what would they know. :)
    Its on record...that they actively hunted him 8 years after the war(All files become declassified after x amount of years.
    They have intelligence stating there was high ranking nazis landing in Argentina on uboats.

    I went to a place in Chile(cant remember the name but its on Hunting Hitler)

    From the outside its like a concentration camp.
    Nowadays...German people,German music through tannoys,German food,Typical German clothing being worn,huge watchtowers,barbed wire fencing....you would be convinced you were in Germany.

    I never knew at the the time....but the place had been notorious for fleeing Nazis.
    Many people went there...and simply disappeared.
    I quite like watching that show as well, but they’ve never been able to come up with anything nearly conclusive to say hitler fled to South America. It’s clear that many nazis did end up there, and some of the stuff they were building points to someone pretty important either being there or being expected to arrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan69 View Post
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    Ever been to South America? Its full of Germans!

    Watch Hunting Hitler...and maybe you will realise that is is highly probable he did goto Argentina.

    At least thats what the CIA think anyway...but what would they know. :)
    Its on record...that they actively hunted him 8 years after the war(All files become declassified after x amount of years.
    They have intelligence stating there was high ranking nazis landing in Argentina on uboats.

    I went to a place in Chile #edited# Villa Baviera
    From the outside its like a concentration camp.
    Nowadays...German people,German music through tannoys,German food,Typical German clothing being worn,huge watchtowers,barbed wire fencing....you would be convinced you were in Germany.

    I never knew at the the time....but the place had been notorious for fleeing Nazis.
    Many people went there...and simply disappeared.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Baviera

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    Where's the edge anyway? Past North Berwick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    Where's the edge anyway? Past North Berwick?
    I think he's still in U2, doubt they're anywhere near NB though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    Where's the edge anyway? Past North Berwick?
    I take it they have an answer for why there are no pics of the edge.

    Infinite plain?
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, vodka in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming, "WOO HOO what a ride!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroxburnHibee View Post
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    I take it they have an answer for why there are no pics of the edge.

    Infinite plain?
    They still haven't found what they're looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    They still haven't found what they're looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    That's my interpretation too, and if it's genuine, I applaud their dedication to the cause. They've played one very long-game, managing to engage and enrage people alike (including many celebrity scientists).

    I also view conspiracy theories as healthy - I support any questioning of events - it's what drives my career. My pet peeve is where people begin to disagree with evidence when it becomes abundant, trying to somehow invalidate experts with their high-school science qualifications (cf. the collapse of the WTC buildings).
    Your last point annoys me. Jet fuel can’t melt steal beams etc. There’s plenty videos where “experts” claim that it wasn’t possible for the WTC to collapse the way it did. But I bet there’s about 50x more who say that it could, it’s just nowhere near as interesting to hear someone doing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    Your last point annoys me. Jet fuel can’t melt steal beams etc. There’s plenty videos where “experts” claim that it wasn’t possible for the WTC to collapse the way it did. But I bet there’s about 50x more who say that it could, it’s just nowhere near as interesting to hear someone doing that.
    Don't want to go off topic, but I agree, it's never been officially claimed the steel melted (physical evidence shows none of it had melted) yet conspiracy theorists seem to use that as a pivotal point in their agrgument.

    The force of the crash damaged the fireproof coating, the intense heat from the burning fuel softened the steel structure just enough that it couldn't hold the loading above it and as that all went for a burton the intact steel on the lower floors instantly went passed their loading limits and failed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    Your last point annoys me. Jet fuel can’t melt steal beams etc. There’s plenty videos where “experts” claim that it wasn’t possible for the WTC to collapse the way it did. But I bet there’s about 50x more who say that it could, it’s just nowhere near as interesting to hear someone doing that.
    I hope it's not my actual point itself that annoys you, as I agree with you - a myriad of factors came into play that day (Just Alf captures that well). I get really bothered when people disregard the complexity and focus in on one specific aspect to try and create a more interesting narrative. The garbage around WTC7 always bothered me just as much as WTC1 and 2.

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    Don't want to go off topic, but I agree, it's never been officially claimed the steel melted (physical evidence shows none of it had melted) yet conspiracy theorists seem to use that as a pivotal point in their agrgument.

    The force of the crash damaged the fireproof coating, the intense heat from the burning fuel softened the steel structure just enough that it couldn't hold the loading above it and as that all went for a burton the intact steel on the lower floors instantly went passed their loading limits and failed.
    But what about the dummies being thrown out of the Towers to create a psychological impact - all part of some major psych-art experiment! Huh? HUH?!

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    There's a flat earth conference in Birmingham this weekend.
    Conference organisers are planning the worlds first flat earth cruise. It will set sail some time in 2019.

    Lol, brilliant.

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    There's a flat earth conference in Birmingham this weekend.
    Conference organisers are planning the worlds first flat earth cruise. It will set sail some time in 2019.

    Lol, brilliant.
    Cruises have been going for ages. Ever since liners were invented. So it's hardly the first. Fake news from the Guardian.

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    This is quite a nice simple explanation;

    http://ozzyman.com/legend-shows-why-...hough-its-not/
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneyburn hibs View Post
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    There's a flat earth conference in Birmingham this weekend.
    Conference organisers are planning the worlds first flat earth cruise. It will set sail some time in 2019.

    Lol, brilliant.
    Are they on the level?

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    Freddie Flintoff is a Flat-Earther, apparently.

    That's me convinced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefster View Post
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    If it is a troll, they're taking it to new levels.

    https://www.flatearthconventionuk.co.uk/
    It's definitely taking piss-taking to an all time high.

    I would like to say that I can't imagine anyone genuinely believes that the earth is flat but then, well, I remember that some people are ****ing idiots.

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    It's definitely taking piss-taking to an all time high.

    I would like to say that I can't imagine anyone genuinely believes that the earth is flat but then, well, I remember that some people are ****ing idiots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Think Trump
    Trump, the May-bot, and Boris Johnson are prime examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    People lose their **** the moment you even suggest that the earth is flat. It's an easy troll but funny nonetheless
    Why don't we have a Flat Moon Society?
    I mean, it could be like a plate and we're only seeing the flat part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Why don't we have a Flat Moon Society?
    I mean, it could be like a plate and we're only seeing the flat part.
    I think you're on to something.

    There's money in that idea.

    Flat sun society too.
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    What about flat racing, I believe thats quite popular.

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