Thursday, January 28, 2016

StinkyCash challenges me to a debate!

If you've never seen StinkyCash's flat earth work, feel free to check it out.  In a recent video he explained why the sun sets behind the horizon on a flat earth, giving the example of a long hallway, and how if it was long enough, it would appear that the ceiling and floor met.  He then explains that it is this phenomenon that tricks our eye into thinking the sun is setting behind the horizon...

The problem with this theory is that if you have a telescope, and you point it in the direction of the sun, you should be able to continue to see it, thanks to the increased range of vision.  As we well know however, this trick does not work, because the sun truly has set behind the horizon, not disappeared down the "very long hallway".

I think I'll save this guy the pain.

This is an argument he was having with another person, not me.
Keep in mind, StinkyCash is so smart that he used to say there was no way pro sports could be rigged... before he changed his mind after watching my work and said "maybe they are".  This guy, a real joker, with a "mensa level IQ", meaning he is in the top 2% in terms of IQ, which I'm having trouble believing.  Maybe they mixed up his score results.


  1. Another debate leaving out Tycho Brahe's geocentric model of the universe. And you will argue that the earth is spinning, orbiting the sun and whizzing through space? Ja ja ja ja!

    1. Lewis, I see that you lesser minds always resort to making assumptions instead of focusing on what is said. I am debating that the flat earth model is absurd, not saying I'm in total agreement with mainstream understanding. And if you don't like being called a lesser mind, stop being one. I remember your cry baby routine from months ago when you stopped posting here. That was the work of a "lesser mind".

    2. Zach, I've asked before to no avail, but I'll try again, in what way do you disagree with the mainstream understanding? Do you believe in heliocentricity? That of course is what is important, not the shape.

    3. Yes, heliocentricity, as far as models go, makes the most sense. Is the sun 93 million miles away though? This I do not think is true. And I don't like answering questions I've already answered 1000 times and written about in countless places.

  2. I have yet to witness a debate on the subject that didn't turn intoba name calling event. That is the problem with every truth movement, honestly. People are so sure of what is and what isn't that the open mindedness of being a truther becomes very closed and defensive. Most of us either were or are outcasts from the norm, which has built barriers within our personalities. Whether its a fear of rejection or ridicule or just plain societal awkwardness, truthers are, by their very nature, fairly closed off people. So much so that trust is hard to earn and very easy to lose especially amongst ourselves.

    It is not as if all the sheeple of the world are going to jump up and revolt if they find out the world is not the shape we've been told it was. This conspiracy, even if proven true, won't spark a revolt or an awakening, the sheep will just acknowledge that the grass they are eating is on a flat surface, it won't change anything. You will still have paid off science and politics informing every one about the new physics we've discovered, showing us new theoretical models of our new record player Earth, and still taxing the hell out of their servants to pay for their new areas of study.

    Needless to say, the debate is unsolvable any way you approach it without the means of an open and honest study into it that is sought out by the common good of the people on Earth and not some all power-information given on a need to know basis-government body. And that kind of scientific study can never be achieved while we the people of Earth bicker amongst one each other over the crumbs of knowledge that the elite have let fall off their table.

    Therefore, I refuse, from this point on, to talk about SHAPE of the Earth when we must first repair the STATE of the Earth.


  3. My son has a friend with a 170 IQ, he's in MENSA too. When the drone problem first cropped up I was telling my son about the dangers of that program and how they were going to evidently us it on us. Anyway my son told his friend and he said.. "That can't be true, if it was it would be on the news". No shit he actually said that. Sometimes the smartest people are the dumbest. It's ego they can't believe they've been fooled.


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