What Is Deep Within The Earth?

What Is Deep Within The Earth?

Here is a video showing what workmen and scientists discovered deep within the earth at the Kola Mine in Russia. Why was this drilling kept a secret? How far were they able to drill? And, why couldn’t they drill deeper? This will be explained in the video.

Though the person who put this video up is ignorant about the flat earth it still gives us a deeper (ignore the pun) understanding of the flat earth. With that in mind the maker of the video used the globe spinning ball, so just ignore that.

The title of the video is misleading, too, saying: “How Soviet Scientists Accidental Drilled Into Hell.” They did not. So, here is the video…

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Let’s See The Flat Earth Critics Debunk This

Let’s See The Flat Earth Critics Debunk This

Warning: There are a few curse words in it. There is no reason for this, but because of the rest of the video, I thought it was worth sharing.

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Is This What We Voted For?

Is This What We Voted For?

Listen to 2:00 minutes in, but it’s good to watch the whole video.

(After you watch the video.) Perhaps IF we are hit with a EMF weapon (I hope not) and it knocks all our electronics out it could be a blessing; the end of Big Brother!

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An Argument by a Critic of the Flat Earth

An Argument by a Critic of the Flat Earth

  Some critics of the flat earth would say that we are held on a spinning earth by the magnetic force of the earth.

Since when does a magnetic field hold non-ferrous material in place? Since when does a magnet attract and hold in place plants, dirt, humans or animals? It simply can’t. It only attracts certain metals such as iron. Magnets can’t even attract and hold other metals such as silver, aluminium, etc.

As flat earth believer, it’s not even worth address such an argument, but for the sake of a few critics who read this, I’ll just ask them this: Since when does a magnet attract non-ferrous materials? How can a magnetic field hold molecules of gas (from our atmosphere) in place? It simply can’t. Case is closed! End of conversation.

If you take a magnet of say, 3,000 gauss and there is a piece of iron attached to it, it will blow off in a 1,000 wind. Now this guy is a believer in the heliocentric model of the universe. Well if he did, he would have to believe that the earth is going around the Sun at 65,000. Now, imagine a wind of this speed blowing past at this speed.

Another argument a critic might make is, “Well, it’s like being in an airplane – passengers don’t feel the wind; they are not blow off the plane!” They try to use this argument to make an analogy. This is NOT an analogy. The reason why is simple. There is a solid barrier between the air outside and the people inside, otherwise known as the hull of the plane. There is NO barrier around the earth. IF there were, what could stand up to 65,000 mph speed going around the Sun? What would could stand up to protect us from even high speeds (of 500,000 mph as we go around the Milky Way)? And, talking about barriers, the earth is “suppose” to be spinning right below our feet. Anyone can see that it’s not.

End of story.

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Strange Fires Part of Geoengineering

Strange Fires Part of Geoengineering

Here is what actually happened in Canada and the United States. Spontaneous fires, fires where metal and glass melts but trees are still standing. Where all of a sudden there is 80 mph winds and blue flashing light in the sky. This is man-made by certain government agencies. So, when you see the trailer of a film in the beginning of this video – it’s not science fiction (EXCEPT THE ASTRO-NOTS). With that in mind, see what evil people are doing to bringing down the U.S. Government.

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A Few Thoughts On The Flat Earth

A Few Thoughts On The Flat Earth

To the reflective mind it must always be a matter of much wonder and astonishment, why there should be so much opposition to the clear statements of the Almighty, in those things that Me, of His infinite condescension, has been pleased to reveal to His creature, Man. The reason would assured be, the desperately evil condition of the human heart.

Had there been  revelation given, and had man been left to himself, it is frightful to contemplate the utter chaos in which the human race would now be; but thanks be unto the Divine Father, Who has not left us in doubt, but has clearly revealed his purpose? and intentions concerning us and the world generally. He has given to us His laws; revealed to us His Creation, His Redemption, and His sanctification; and described to us His unspeakable love for the whole of His creatures.

As regards Creation and that which he clearly sets forth, it strikes one as simply marvellous how finite man has ventured to set aside His statement of facts and substituted fables; and all this has been done, not by ignorant men, but by those esteemed as men of learning and repute, and all under the name of science. Does this not remind us of the Apostle’s warning respecting “vain babbling, and oppositions of science falsely so called”?

God has been careful to “teach man knowledge,” and has spoken of the Earth, which He formed, some five hundred times, and yet has not given us the most remote idea of the world being a sphere in motion. Scientific Astronomy ignores the multitudes of Scripture passages to which we might refer, and would appear to consider the Word of God as quite unworthy of consideration.

In place of the simple and clear facts put before us by God Himself, we are asked to relinquish all that, together with our common sense. To do this we must, in a word. close our Bibles for good, and henceforth ignore Him both as Creator and Redeemer of our race, and set up man as our leader, teacher, and guide!

The clear utterances of the Divine Book are, however, in harmony with our senses and reason, and the more we study it, the more we find it so. “God called the dry land earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he seas ; and God saw that it was good.”—Gen. i. 9, 10.

“ Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven ABOVE, or that is in the earth BENEATH, or that is in the waters UNDER the earth.”—Ex. xx. 4.

“ The earth is the Lord’s and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein: For he hath founded it upon the seas, and established it upon the floods.”—Ps. Xxiv. 1,2.

“ To him that stretcheth out the earth above the waters. • Ps. cxxxvi. “ The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth down, and hasteth to his place where he arose.”—Eccl. i. 5.

The sun, moon, and stars are stated to be made for the world. “And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven, to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years: and let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven, to give light upon the earth: and it was so. And God made TWO great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night ; the stars also. And God set them in the firmament of the heaven, to give light upon the earth, and to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and God saw that it was good.”—Gen. i. 14-r.

When we try to realize the statements and figures given by astronomers regarding the bulk and magnitude of the heavenly bodies, and their distances, we are simply amazed and find it impossible to reconcile their statements with the definite language of the Bible, which, by the way, has been truly said by another, to be the “ best book on astronomy the world has ever seen.”

“For ever, O Lord, thy word is settled in heaven. ‘1 hy faithfulness, is unto all generations; thou hast ESTABLISH) the earth, and it standeth. They continue this day according to thv ordinances: for all are thy servants.”—Ps. Cxix.

AN AFTERNOON AND EVENING WITH TH E ED. 3 89-91. The Scriptures teach that the sun, moon, and stars have motion, but nowhere do they suggest that the world we inhabit has any.

If modern astronomical science be true, then how are we to understand such passages as Isaiah Ix. 19, 20 ; Rev. vi. 12- 14, xxi. 2, 3, and many others?

Regarding Rev. vi. 12-14, the late Rev. Thomas Scott, comments thus; “the civil and religious state of the world, attended with vast commotions of every kind. The ‘extreme blackness of the sun’ and ‘the moon becoming blood,’ denote the extinction, with horror and bloodshed, of the more exalted and conspicuous persons, such as emperors and their chief ministers, officers, and nobles: the falling ‘of the stars’ was emblematical of the degradation, or death of the illustrious in great numbers, such as magistrates and senators.” I need quote no more! When will men believe that the Lord says what He means, and means what He has said.

Brighton. MAJ.-GEN. E. ARMSTRONG

 

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An Honest Appraisal of the Immigration Problem

An Honest Appraisal of the Immigration Problem

Though this guy is not a Christian, he did say what many so-called Christians are afraid to say.

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 20

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 20

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Conclusion of this series

“The Ruddy Planet”

There much ado about the planet MARS.

It had long been supposed that this planet was very much like the earth, but inhabited by a race of giants, probably about fifteen feet in height. Some straight lines which had been observed on the planet were thought to be irrigation canals made by men; and one could imagine fields of cabbages, cauliflowers, and spring onions growing along the banks; indeed one could imagine anything. And so, when wireless operators in various parts of the world began to hear strange noises which they could not account for (about the time of Pons-Winnecke) the rumour spread abroad that they might be wireless signals from Mars.

It was not suggested that the Martians might be sending these signals in reply to those we had thought of flashing to them in 1910, but it was supposed that the people on Mars might have been hearing things! and thought our wireless operators were tic-tacking to them. So the possibility of sending messages to the ruddy planet by wireless telegraphy came to be discussed almost as much as the comet.

Astronomers said that although the earth is about seventeen million years old. Mars is very much older; therefore it was presumed that the Martians would probably be more advanced in knowledge than we are, and might have been using wireless for goodness knows how long, and had now discovered that we had a Marconi System.

The tapping and cracklings that were heard sometimes at night were rather uncanny, and could not be understood, but this was not because the Martian’s language was different than ours ; it was because the vibrations that affected the wireless coherer were really caused by the spotting of the ice around the pole!

Spring was advancing in the northern hemisphere, and the ice-fields were melting and breaking before the warmth of the advancing sun, so that the colliding and shifting of huge bergs disturbed the normal distribution of the magnetic currents from the north Pole.

Professor Pickering might have made this discovery if he had had time to think of it; but at that period he was busy studying the weather of Mars. I don’t think he knows any more about the weather on earth than the Metrological Office, but I recollect that he told us it was snowing on that little old planet; and that was a very remarkable thing, if it was true— indeed it was remarkable whether it was true or not. Time was when it was said that water ran uphill instead of down on Mars, and in the year a .d . 1910, all sorts of schemes were proposed for signalling to the planet by means of bonfires and search-lights at night, or by using mirrors to reflect the sun’s rays by day. It was all very interesting in its way, but very nonsensical— because the sun is always shining on

that side of Mars which is presented to us, whether it is day or night on our side of the earth; and so it would be impossible for the Martians — if there were any— to see our bonfires or our mirrors, because with them it must always be daylight, and they could not even see the earth itself! . . . This is because Mars goes round the sun on a greater orbit than the earth, while we travel on the inner circle, according to the Heliocentric Theory, (as shown in diagram 30).

It is surprising that astronomers had not thought of this, but they will find that it is so, if they will only study their own astronomy.

But the time has come when all the romantic things that have been said about Mars must take their proper place among fairy tales, for if the distance to that planet is measured by two simultaneous observations, as I have advised for the measurement of the sun, it will be found to be never more than 15,000 miles from the observer, and too small altogether to be inhabited; too small even for Robinson Crusoe and his man Friday.

“ N.G.C. 7006”

Before bringing this history of the evolution of modern astronomy to a close I have yet to mention the constellation of Hercules, which Dr. Shapley at Mount Vernon recently estimated to be about 36,000 light-years distant, or 200 times further off than Betelgeuse; while we are now told that a star known as “N.G.C. 7006 ” (which is one of those myriad twinkling little things in the Milky Way) has been found to be about 200,000 light-years distant; and this surely is the limit of even an astronomer’s imagination; for it means that it is so far off that it would take an electric current— travelling at the rate of 186,000 miles every second— two hundred thousand years to go from the earth to the Milky Way!

In conclusion I quote the following from an article which was published in London as recently as April 15th, 1922

“…By other methods most bodies in the heavens have been measured, and even weighed, and the results obtained stagger imagination. One of such methods consists in watching an object through the spectroscope and making calculations from the shifting of the lines in the spectrum. In this way the mighty flames which leap from the surface of the sun have been measured. Some years ago one flame was observed to shoot out with a velocity of at least 50 miles a second, and to attain a height of 350,000 miles!…The stars in general cannot be measured; but the thing has been done in some cases, notably by Bessel, who, after three years’ observations of 61 Cygni, announced its approximate distance from the earth as not more than sixty billion miles! Yet this is one of our nearest neighbours among the distant suns. It is so close to us— comparatively— that we have learned a lot about it since Bessel made his calculations.

Scientists have shown that a difference of a mere twenty billion miles in distance from the earth is negligible, and that, though it is tearing through space at thirty miles a second, it would require about forty-thousand years to make a journey equal to its distance from the sun.”

It is difficult to tell whether the journal was joking or not; it appears to be so, but, nevertheless, the statements are those given out in all seriousness in the name of Astronomy. They are the things which are being taught in colleges and schools as scientific knowledge in this month of May, 1922; for which astronomers, the Educational Authorities, and the indifference of parents are responsible.

However, it is to be observed that— with the single exception of Alpha-Centauri— since Bessel estimated the distance of the first star to be sixty-three billion miles away, stellar distances have grown greater and greater, until at last we have this “N.G.C. 7006,” said to be twenty thousand times further than 61 Cygni! or “one million two hundred thousand billions” of miles from this earth of ours.

And this preposterous figure is the outward and visible sign of the nature of the science that has been evolved in twenty centuries through the failure of astronomers to perceive the error of Hipparchus.

Adieu.

This concludes our series on “History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present”

 

 

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A Case For Christianity

A Case For Christianity

By J. Warner Wallace

There is a man by the name of J. Warner Wallace who was a Los Angeles detective for over 20 years. He was an atheist for most of this time, UNTIL he look at Christianity through the eyes of a detective. Here is a lecture he gave on how he used his detective abilities and applied it to Christianity. This is great to learn when witnessing, as many things we say – do to our lack of understanding – does not make a person even think about the truth of Christianity.

Perhaps we can glean from what Wallace said and apply it to the flat earth, too!

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 19

Pons-Winnecke Comet and Other Such Non-sense

Nothing now remains of that astronomy which was once said to be the most perfect of the sciences; and imagination— stretched even to its uttermost— has failed to support it in the face of reason, and yet these last two years since Relativity became the vogue have produced the most remarkable figures astronomy has ever known.

“Betelgeuse”

betelgeuse star  In December 1920, Professor Michelson related how he had perfected an instrument known as an Interference- Refractometer, and how he had used it to measure the angular diameter of the star Betelgeuse, in the Belt of Orion; and found it to be 0.046 seconds of arc. That is to say that he found the measurement of this star as it appears to the eye (which is only like a glittering pin-point) to be 0.046″ from one side to the other, and that is one-twentieth part of a second of arc, or 1 72,000th part of a degree; very fine measurement indeed.

Professor Michelson, however, is a physicist, specially interested with theories of light, and so, having invented the instrument and measured the apparent diameter of the star, his work was done.

Astronomers then took up the matter, and on referring to their records, found the distance of Betelgeuse to be 180 light-years; that is 180 times 6,000,000,000,000 miles, or one thousand and eighty billions of miles from the earth ; and so they calculated that if a thing so far away appeared to be 1 72,000th part of a degree in diameter, its real diameter must be two hundred and sixty million miles!

Then the world of astronomy pointed with pride to the mighty star that was 260 million miles from one side to the other, and told how the sun was a million times bigger than the earth, while Betelgeuse was 27 million times bigger than the sun.

The actual size of Betelgeuse, however, depends upon its distance, and as we have shown in the chapter on “61 Cygni” that the astronomers’ method of measuring stellar distance is absolutely useless, we know that they are entirely wrong in supposing Betelgeuse to be 1,080 billions— or any other number of billions— of miles from the earth. Therefore it follows that as they do not know its distance, they may not use its apparent diameter and divide that into unknown billions of miles.

Being in reality quite ignorant of the distance of Betelgeuse, they have no legitimate means of forming any conception of its dimensions at all. Those dimensions are to be ascertained by first finding the star’s real distance, which is something less than twenty thousand miles.

Then that may be divided by Professor Michelson’s 0.046″, which will show the actual size of that twinkling little point of light known as “Betelgeuse” to be not much more than twenty-five feet!

It has since transpired that the distance to Betelgeuse had been measured on three different occasions, each time with a different result. One of these showed it to be 654 billions, another made it 900 billions, while the other gave it as 180 light-years, or 1,080 billions of miles away; and it is surprising that astronomers did not realise the fact which was clearly demonstrated by these differences— that their methods of measuring stellar distance are not to be relied upon.

In the meantime we can see no reason why they preferred to use the greatest of the three various estimates of the star’s distance— in conjunction with Michelson’s angular diameter— rather than the least, for that only seems to have had the effect of magnifying the dimensions of Betelgeuse to the uttermost.

“Pons-Winnecke”

pons-winnecke comet  While the excitement over Betelgeuse was at its height the universe loomed even larger than before, for Canopus and Rigel were then said to be “460 light-years away and they may be 1,000 or more.”

Meanwhile Dr. Crommelin gave us a scare with the story of how a comet called Pons-Winnecke was rushing toward the earth at a hundred thousand miles an hour, while Dr. Slipher discovered a nebulous mass that was gyrating round the firmament at eleven hundred miles a second!!! This, so far, has never been surpassed, and “SPIRAL NEBULA NUMBER 584” still holds the record of being the fastest thing in creation; its velocity being so great that it could go from Liverpool to New York in two ticks of the clock.

Pons-Winnecke had been seen somewhere in Africa in January 1921, and it was predicted that this comet would be visible at London in June; and this gave rise to much speculation. It was said that Pons-Winnecke might strike the earth with a fearful bump about the 26th of June, but Mr. E. W. Maunder said that though there might be a bump it is only a fog of gas after all; while Dr. Crommelin thought the comet might miss the earth this time, and so there appeared to be no danger. Then Sir Richard Gregory said that if the head of Pons-Winnecke did hit the earth it might set the world on fire, but we were reassured again when he told us that there is about as much chance of the comet hitting the earth as of a random shot hitting a bird in full flight; yet it seemed strange that he should imagine a comet to be like a random shot in this well-ordered universe; unless, perchance,
he had forgotten about the Law of Gravitation. And how are we to understand how the earth could be set on fire when he tells us that we may pass through the tail of a comet without harm because it is really a far higher vacuum than anything that can be produced in our laboratories? Then what are we to think of it all when Professor Fowler tells us that we don’t know how a comet is formed, we don’t know where it comes from, and don’t seem really to know what it is? He thought they may come from gases thrown off from the sun which are gradually cooled ; but that made it even more difficult to understand how it could set the earth on fire, or what all the bother was about.

Nevertheless the discussion continued, until at last the leading authorities advanced the “Fascinating Theory that Pons-Winnecke may have come from a distance in space so great that it is impossible to think or speak of that distance in terms of miles.” That took our breath away, for it appeared that the comet might come out of illimitable space, to wander amid the stars at its own sweet will, regardless of the Laws of Dynamics and Gravitation.

Even yet the romance is not complete— for after waiting in great expectation for several months the Secretary of the Royal Astronomical Society told us that “Pons” had been seen again! this time with only a stump of his original tail, though even this stump was five hundred million miles long, and seemed to be comprised mostly of gas and meteors. It is not recorded how he knew the length of its tail, and nothing was said as to what had become of the remainder ; but to cut a long tale short— the summer came and passed— but Pons-Winnecke never arrived!

He was lost; and even now he may be wandering on and on, somewhere in fathomless space, no one knows whither; and nobody cares.

Note: Doesn’t all this sound like today, in the year 2017? Only the names have changed, that is all!

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