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TOPIC: [excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?)

[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 28 May 2016 21:34 #1

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If it's only 4,500 miles away, does that mean Nibiru is closer than we thought?

Here's an alternative viewpoint.

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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 28 May 2016 21:48 #2

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Unfortunately but quite deliberately ;) I did not start this thread in my tiny forum,
so your .... comment ... - most probably - will stay where it is, no matter what.


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I changed my mind :) as the trolling became unbearable
and thankfully the original thread was moved to my sub-forum.

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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 28 May 2016 21:56 #3

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Your point being? Stick to the topic at hand. Have you tried to disprove the far easier to understand video that I posted, or is your math's not up to it?
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 29 May 2016 11:05 #4

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ragnarok wrote:
Your point being? Stick to the topic at hand. Have you tried to disprove the far easier to understand video that I posted, or is your math's not up to it?


You could as well have posted a link to pc~pedia or to one of rodin's pc~pedia based videos on yt.

I started this thread to present ALTERNATIVE views, in this case evidently unfalsifiable, otherwise
you would have refuted the contents instead of trying to divert and provoke with another one-liner.


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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 29 May 2016 12:07 #5

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You can carry on dismissing the explanations of those who don't agree with your pet theory we are living in a snow globe with more variable weather conditions, but proper scientists - as opposed to alternative-thinking laymen and women - think differently.
Thinkers in Ancient Greece were among the first to try and construct a comprehensive model of the cosmos. With nothing but naked-eye observations, a few things could be worked out. The Moon loomed large in the sky so it was probably pretty close. Solar eclipses revealed that the Moon and Sun were almost exactly the same angular size, but the Sun was so much brighter that perhaps it was larger but farther away (this coincidence regarding the apparent size of the Sun and Moon has been of almost indescribable importance in advancing astronomy). The rest of the planets appeared no larger than the stars, yet seemed to move more rapidly; they were likely at some intermediate distance. But, could we do any better than these vague descriptions? With the invention of geometry, the answer became a resounding yes.

The first distance to be measured with any accuracy was that of the Moon. In the middle of the 2nd century BCE, Greek astronomer Hipparchus pioneered the use of a method known as parallax. The idea of parallax is simple: when objects are observed from two different angles, closer objects appear to shift more than do farther ones. You can demonstrate this easily for yourself by holding a finger at arm’s length and closing one eye and then the other. Notice how your finger moves more than things in the background? That’s parallax! By observing the Moon from two cities a known distance apart, Hipparchus used a little geometry to compute its distance to within 7% of today’s modern value – not bad!

www.universetoday.com/117843/how-did-we-find-the-distance-to-the-sun/

He did that without google and spaghetti-based modelling.

ps. I'm prepared to apologise if I've mixed up his methods of demonstrating the way sunlight hits the Earth with some other flat earther's wacky youtube presentation, but they all start blurring into one big headfuck.
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 29 May 2016 16:55 #6

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How do you falsify your theory, conundrum? If things aren't as mainstream science says it is, you should be able to state an alternative scenario that fits the facts better. What's your alternative explanation for why the movements of objects in the sky are as they are?

Do you disagree with the mathematical principles presented in this youtube vid?

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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 29 May 2016 17:45 #7

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The sun, by definition, is exactly one AU from the Earth.


Classic half-liner by infamous dif pit troll.
If someone can explain the to me empty
space below this addendum, let me know
how this is done. Thanks.
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 29 May 2016 17:49 #8

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The dispute is over what an AU is equal to. If it's only 4,500 miles, that makes our universe far smaller than is being pretended by those naughty mainstream scientists, meaning they are lying to us because... I haven't quite worked out yet, but I think this is the smoking gun for some.


I just don't want this dif pit troll crap
on this thread. Come back any time
if you contribute constructively.
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 30 May 2016 09:43 #9

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I suppose this guy is full of shit and working for the established order, too?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVgx0Eio2Mg
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 16:14 #10

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@dmin


Conandrum says he cannot respond on this thread any longer: "You cannot reply to this topic"

What could be the reason?


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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 17:29 #11

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He's bullshitting... or the nwo are on to him. You decide.
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 19:26 #12

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New users need to be added to members forums, i replied in the FAQ section.

Wasnt this thread somewhere else when he first replied, on the main boards, mustve been.

Fixed it now.


Thanks, and I hope you don't mind if I excerpt
both of our comments, as soon as he can reply.
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1365 = 1

1.1365 = 1,283,305,580,313,352
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 20:54 #13

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The self-proclaimed smartest man on youtube, Stefan Molyneux, is having difficulty getting his head around this "close sun" theory some are pushing.





He is hardly ever getting to the bottom of the rabbit hole,
besides, he is a prolific German and women basher and
I don't trust him. Unsubbed him on yt some time ago, so
no surprise that someone like you can use him to discredit
free research. Legions of false prophets are out there now
for this is end times of the old paradigms/lies and I won't
waste my life time on them as soon as I know them.


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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 21:03 #14

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Some truth seeker you are.
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 21:11 #15

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ragnarok wrote:
Some truth seeker you are.


Further reference on TZ:


:right: STEFAN MOLYNEUX - An Important Message


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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 21:17 #16

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Yes, I';ve seen the thread. I thought some might want to hear his opinions on this whole non-spherical earth/close sun theory, even if you didn't. As I said, some truth seeker you are.
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 21:26 #17

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ragnarok wrote:
Yes, I';ve seen the thread. I thought some might want to hear his opinions on this whole non-spherical earth/close sun theory, even if you didn't. As I said, some truth seeker you are.


Yes, some truth seeker I am, and you?

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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 03 Jun 2016 21:28 #18

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What you are is someone who is only interested in seeing, reading or hearing things that conform to what you want to believe.

ps. I wonder where you get that control freak nature from?



If I were you, I would say the same,
but Thank God! I am not you.
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 04 Jun 2016 01:21 #19

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Hi and thanks Novum. It's OK now. :thumbup:
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[excerpt of] Calculate the distance to the Sun (where is the Sun?) 04 Jun 2016 01:30 #20

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Ok good, and welcome to TZ. :)

And pfiz i dont mind if you move these posts about forum access, no problem.
I remember the good old days, when 90+ year olds in nursing homes lived forever. Darn this pesky virus.

1365 = 1

1.1365 = 1,283,305,580,313,352
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