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  1. So long and, please, do write if you find work.
  2. Maybe the "star" lights are more like spotlights than floodlights, having a very narrow beam. Conversely, the sun and moon would be like wide angled floodlights. Imagine tiny spotlights in a curved ceiling. Looking up at them directly would show very bright spots. If you moved up from the side of the curved-ceiling room (say on a ladder), the spotlights would become dimmer the closer you came to their source.
  3. Where is the guy that posted that 24 Hour Sun in Antarctica video 1,187 times -- as proof the Earth is a magic spinning ball? What a tactic for disruption and truth suppression! Oh well, they all get their comeuppance sooner or later.
  4. flattopbox

    How Hollywood normalizes all the HOAXES

    One of my favorites was a video that showed Jeff Bauman being rolled out twice, hilarious. They rolled him out the first time and his fake lower leg came loose or something, so he was rolled out a 2nd time. Take two!
  5. I've been thinking of putting this up for a few days, and never got around to it. Thanks! Yes, this is mind-blowing. So much so, I hardly think it is "coincidence". TPTB do not just react to happenings in the world, no, far from it! They have been pre-planning our existence for decades if not hundreds of years. Whoever created or wrote this particular episode KNEW that there would be a "con man" named Trump who would claim to "save the world" and MOST tellingly, "build a wall" to save us all. All wars are pre-planned (research Albert Pike/3 World Wars), One Government Rule has been planned for many many decades, and is being brought to fruition right now. To think otherwise is to believe in "Accidental History", or that events just happen by accident.
  6. So you've dedicated your life to saving the world from Flat Earth Truth?
  7. The first trans-Atlantic underwater telecommunications cable was laid in 1858. Of course we now use fiber-optic cable with amplifiers/boosters. A TeeVee program could have been transmitted via underwater cable relatively easily in 1938 I think. Fake "satellites" are the propaganda of modern times. All long distance telecommunications are made possible with cable. Wireless and microwave are now utilized for shorter through the air communications. Satellites? Pure BS. More on the history of Transatlantic Communication Cables: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transatlantic_communications_cable
  8. WHERE are the Globe Defenders on this one? WHY have they not tried to debunk this information? WHY have they not even commented on it? Could it be that MODERN SCIENCE has now proved there is NO CURVE over 146 miles of water that is supposedly curved according to the Globe Earth model? This company "Exalt Wireless" has transmitted microwave signals STRAIGHT across 146 miles of the Mediterranean Sea with a receiver and transmitter no more than 50' high on each shore? Exalt Wireless is on record as saying “IT IS AS ADVERTISED, POINT TO POINT, NO REPEATERS”, thereby proving a straight line of transmission across 146 MILES of sea that according to the Globe Earth model should have 3 miles of curvature? WHERE IS THE CURVATURE Globe Defenders? WHERE IS THE CURVATURE? WHY are you ignoring this NEW SCIENTIFIC ACCOMPLISHMENT? Could it be that Exalt Wireless has just proved THE EARTH IS FLAT?
  9. ATTENTION! A. Grav, VM, Dig, Rothbard and all Flat Earth students, BIG NEWS! If this has already been posted, forgive me. I saw this just now and am rushing to get it to you ASAP. This is the gist of the following video (about 6 minutes long, but the first 2 minutes will provide astonishing Flat Earth PROOF): 146 MILE LINE OF SIGHT MICROWAVE TRANSMISSION ACROSS THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA BY EXALT WIRELESS PRODUCT CALLED “EXPLORE AIR” WHICH IS A LINE OF SIGHT MICROWAVE TRANSMISSION. THIS INFORMATION IS VERIFIED BY THE FLAT EARTHER WHO DISCOVERED THIS INFO - HE CALLED THE COMPANY AND VERIFIED THE SPECIFICS DIRECTLY WITH THE COMPANY. ONE QUOTE FROM EXALT WIRELESS: “IT IS AS ADVERTISED, POINT TO POINT, NO REPEATERS”, OF COURSE A 146 MILE STRAIGHT TRANSMISSION OVER "CURVED" WATER SHOULD PRESENT ABOUT A 3 MILE CURVATURE BAND. SHOULD BE ABOUT 3 MILES OF CURVATURE. RECEIVER AND TRANSMITTER MOUNTED NO MORE THAN 50' HIGH ON EACH END. MUCH MORE! INFO AND UNDENIABLE PROOF IN THE VIDEO: ENOY!
  10. Great find! "They" give us lots of hints as to the true nature of our world, the tv show "Under The Dome" and especially "The Truman Show" -- it's all Hidden In Plain Sight!
  11. flattopbox

    History is a hoax.

    "Where do so-called fossil fuels come from? Let's ask Wiki, the speaker for the NWO. Petroleum: "It consists of hydrocarbons of various molecular weights and other organic compounds.[7] The name petroleum covers both naturally occurring unprocessed crude oil and petroleum products that are made up of refined crude oil. A fossil fuel, petroleum is formed when large quantities of dead organisms, usually zooplankton and algae, are buried underneath sedimentary rock and subjected to both intense heat and pressure." Hey! They stole that idea from Superman! The REAL and ONLY True Superman, (Played by George Reeves). "Coal, carbon. Put a lump of coal under a million pounds of pressure and you've got a diamond." Superman's super squeeze changed a lump of coal into a perfectly cut diamond to save Lois, Jimmy and the gang from the wrath of the jungle natives. Here is the 14th episode from the 1952 2nd season of Superman - "Jungle Devil" -- I especially liked the jungle natives played by a bunch of white guys. Superman changes the coal into an already-cut diamond at 19:00; but you'll enjoy this whole episode!
  12. "You're leaving the thread? Ok, we'll miss you. Write if you get work. Adios, amoeba.”
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