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The biggest hoax of all - the Universe is tiny and fits INSIDE the hollow inverted earth, and there’s a glass sky.
Posted: 21 August 2012 01:17 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Hi hoaxers, just wandering around different foras to spread the truth about the universe.
If you visit my webpage where I expose the reality that we live in, you may need a couple days of deprogramming to believe it.
As you know there are different stages of accepting truth and the first stage is denial which is usually replete with ridicule and berating comments.
But I assure you when you are able to reach the next stage and eliminate all the non sequitur and ad hominem responses, you will be able to see the light.

Please check it out and get ready for a trip down reality lane….

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Posted: 21 August 2012 03:23 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Um, yeah, No. *Moderator*



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Posted: 24 August 2012 04:09 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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In a court of law with unbiased and unaffected jurors who were not indoctrinated by the standard cosmological theory of a spinning convex earth in a vast endless universe, the evidence presented for an inverted earth with a glass artifice 62-70 miles high would hold beyond any reasonable doubt. Now the question is what entirely objective and empirical scientist would affirm this, without possessing any fear of their life?

in light of other factors that convince me that there is a glass canopy 62-70 miles high, such as tektites (their origins still plaguing scientists), auroras (comparably to a crt tube with the electrons hitting a phosphorus coated GLASS causing it to glow), Libyan Desert Glass (which are shards of naturally-formed yellow glass stewn in a large oval array across the Libyan Desert which confounds scientists as to their origin), short-wave radio (the ionosphere ‘acting’ as a sheet of glass that reflects and project radio waves to the other side of earth), ozone (air ionizers with glass plates replicating the fresh air smell), atmospheric optics (rainbows, haloes, glories, circumzenith arcs, sundogs, all alluding being products of light and its various spectral colors appearing on reflective water vapors), comet’s tail (chromatic aberration, splitting of red and blues due to different indexes of refraction for each color with the curvature of the tail created by the spherical glass canopy), atmospheric lightning (sprites and how they offed at 100km - elves), UV block, greenhouse effect, fusion crust on meteorites (burnt glass where the conventional explanation is dissed for a much easier one where the meteor passed through a layer of glass and melted through, encapsulating the rock), sun and moon scale optics illusion at the horizon (atmospheric refraction due to a literal glass canopy), cloud coloration (prism dispersion of colors at different regions of the sky), moon color shifts (same prism dispersion of colors), stellar aberration (rotating earth dissed for simpler explantion of the glass canopy warping ever so slightly at different times of the year causing minute displacement of “appeared” position of stars), red shift of stars (not Doppler Effect but again prismic dispersion of glass-filtered light from beneath the atmosphere gelling the stars at similar altitudes with same red color) meteor showers (just small space rocks skidding across the glass and causing a glowing trail) ...I’d say a complete revamping of conventional macro-science is well overdue.

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Posted: 24 August 2012 05:00 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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“unbiased and unaffected jurors who were not indoctrinated”

Read: uneducated and gullable

And there is nothing mysterious about Libyan Glass.


Anyway, you are boring.

 

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Posted: 24 August 2012 09:39 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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Stevie - 24 August 2012 04:09 PM

In a court of law with unbiased and unaffected jurors who were not indoctrinated by the standard cosmological theory of a spinning convex earth in a vast endless universe, the evidence presented for an inverted earth with a glass artifice 62-70 miles high would hold beyond any reasonable doubt. Now the question is what entirely objective and empirical scientist would affirm this, without possessing any fear of their life?

The jurors would have to be tripping on acid. The scientist would need to be a Scientologist tripping on acid.

Stevie - 24 August 2012 04:09 PM

in light of other factors that convince me that there is a glass canopy 62-70 miles high, such as tektites (their origins still plaguing scientists), auroras (comparably to a crt tube with the electrons hitting a phosphorus coated GLASS causing it to glow), Libyan Desert Glass (which are shards of naturally-formed yellow glass stewn in a large oval array across the Libyan Desert which confounds scientists as to their origin), short-wave radio (the ionosphere ‘acting’ as a sheet of glass that reflects and project radio waves to the other side of earth), ozone (air ionizers with glass plates replicating the fresh air smell), atmospheric optics (rainbows, haloes, glories, circumzenith arcs, sundogs, all alluding being products of light and its various spectral colors appearing on reflective water vapors), comet’s tail (chromatic aberration, splitting of red and blues due to different indexes of refraction for each color with the curvature of the tail created by the spherical glass canopy), atmospheric lightning (sprites and how they offed at 100km - elves), UV block, greenhouse effect, fusion crust on meteorites (burnt glass where the conventional explanation is dissed for a much easier one where the meteor passed through a layer of glass and melted through, encapsulating the rock), sun and moon scale optics illusion at the horizon (atmospheric refraction due to a literal glass canopy), cloud coloration (prism dispersion of colors at different regions of the sky), moon color shifts (same prism dispersion of colors), stellar aberration (rotating earth dissed for simpler explantion of the glass canopy warping ever so slightly at different times of the year causing minute displacement of “appeared” position of stars), red shift of stars (not Doppler Effect but again prismic dispersion of glass-filtered light from beneath the atmosphere gelling the stars at similar altitudes with same red color) meteor showers (just small space rocks skidding across the glass and causing a glowing trail) ...I’d say a complete revamping of conventional macro-science is well overdue.

~SJC
8/24/46 R.E.

I’d say a complete revamping of your education is well overdue. Just come here to Australia and enroll in one of our fine schools. We’ll start you off with learning to count and having fun with cutting out colourful paper shapes.

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Posted: 25 August 2012 12:31 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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stay comfy while you still can smile

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Posted: 25 August 2012 01:01 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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Thanks to real science and real technology, I´m pretty comfy.

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Posted: 25 August 2012 04:48 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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Hoo boy…

Ok, let’s see.. first off, there are simple experiments that can be conducted using an ordinary telescope, in one’s own back yard, which refute your position rather solidly. Movement of planets, that sort of thing. If we consider the fact that such experiments can be - and have been - done to within VERY precise tolerances, there is simply no way for your proposed explanations to be consistent and correct.

Next there’s the utter impracticality of concealing such a ‘truth’. It would require MILLIONS of people, over hundreds of years, to keep quiet. Why? What would they possibly hope to gain that would be worth the backlash if and when they were found to be wrong?

I am very curious as to how you came to your conclusion.

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Posted: 25 August 2012 03:17 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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ok, gonna post all my contrarians here on my wall of shame…
http://www.missteribabylonestar.com/posthypnoticepiphany5.html
it saves me the energy of arguing.

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Posted: 25 August 2012 04:52 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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ok, bye bye

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Posted: 26 August 2012 12:34 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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I know this one

I was World of Tiers by Phillip farmer, an excellent series of books

I don’t think it was meant to be taken seriously
Red Orc isn’t really the god of earth you know!

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Posted: 26 August 2012 01:28 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]
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Stevie - 24 August 2012 04:09 PM

in light of other factors that convince me that there is a glass canopy 62-70 miles high, such as tektites (their origins still plaguing scientists), [...]Libyan Desert Glass (which are shards of naturally-formed yellow glass stewn in a large oval array across the Libyan Desert which confounds scientists as to their origin)

Actually, it is very clear that tektites and impact glasses such as Lybian desert glass have their origin in asteroid impacts. Tektite glass is terrestrial in isotopic composition, it are glassy ejecta from the impact crater. Several tektite strewn fields can be traced to known impact craters (Moldavites and Riess crater, Georgiates/Bediasites and Chesapeake crater, Ivory Coast tektites and Bosumtwi crater) or specific regions (australasian tektites and the Vietnam/Laos/Cambodia area) by means of their isotope composition and age.

There is clear consensus about this under scientists and you can find scores of scientific papers on this if you care to look for them.

If there is a glass canopy at 62-70 miles, how do you explain satellites? Why don’t they crash into that glass canopy when they are launched?

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