“Talking” to AI About Polaris
Here is an interesting “conversation” I had with an AI about the Polaris, the North Star. You’ll see the Establishment’s explanation. My comments are in bold. I found this quite funny in its so-called intelligent response.
How far away is the North Star?
The North Star (also known as Polaris) is approximately 430 light-years away from Earth.
Is Polaris always in the north over earth?
Yes, Polaris is always located in the northern sky above Earth.
If this is the case, how can Polaris always be in the north when the earth is spinning on its axis and traveling around the sun at the same time?
Polaris is located at the north celestial pole, which is the point in the sky that remains constant, despite the Earth’s rotation and orbit around the Sun. This is because the North Celestial Pole is the point in the sky directly above the North Geographic Pole, which is the fixed point on Earth’s surface. Thus, Polaris will always remain in the northern sky, regardless of the Earth’s motion.
This makes absolutely no sense as it defies the laws of physics and reality. If Polaris remains constant and earth does not remain constant, how can Polaris always be seen in the same spot?
The laws of physics and reality are not being defied here; rather, the explanation is a result of the laws of physics and reality. The fact that the Earth is spinning on its axis and orbiting the Sun means that the stars appear to move across the night sky in an arc-like pattern. However, Polaris is located at the North Celestial Pole, which is the point in the sky directly above the North Geographic Pole on Earth’s surface. Because the North Geographic Pole is fixed, the North Celestial Pole also remains fixed, so Polaris will always remain in the same spot in the night sky.
You just contradicted yourself. Can you re-program yourself so you can give a correct answer or would a human need to do that?
No, I cannot re-program myself to give a correct answer; however, a human can explain the concept more clearly and provide a more accurate answer.
OK, I’ll see that this is done!
(Then it repeated itself, LOL!)
The fact is that the North Celestial Pole is the point in the sky directly above the North Geographic Pole on Earth’s surface, and since the North Geographic Pole is fixed, the North Celestial Pole also remains fixed. Therefore, Polaris will always remain in the same spot in the night sky, despite the fact that the Earth is spinning on its axis and orbiting the Sun.
So, what do you think about this? Here, is proof that AI gives answers that are politically acceptable. When I wrote about the laws of physics, it said the laws of physics and reality is not being defined here. This is a cheap diversion. The fact is, that a lot of topics are implied within the response. In this case we are talking about: a star, the earth, motion and physics. We are talking about this without explicitly talking on these subjects – it’s all within the conversation. This is something that a libraltard would answer.
I could have gone on with a conversation with AI but I didn’t want to make this into a long article. You might want to have fun with this at the above link and ask your own questions.
If you notice I set up the conversation where I got it to admit certain things. This gives me a bases on which to write on.
The Ludicrous Speed of Polaris
Since, we are told that Polaris is 450 light years away, it would mean that it would have to be traveling faster than our minds can comprehend. I’ll give you an example.
We all know that if someone was to slowly turn around within a two-square foot space and another person was to follow him who is, say, 5 feet away, he would have to move faster than the person in the centre. If another person was 10 feet away, he would have to move even faster. If a person was 1 mile away, he would not be able to run that fast; a car would not be able to go that fast, either. Now, if you take this same situation, something that is 450 light years away, even the speed of light would be much too slow to keep the same position of the earth – the star would break apart.
Given that the earth is suppose to move in several directions at the same time, it would be physically impossible for Polaris to do all the gyrations required.
The fact is, that Polaris does remain over the geographic North Pole, which is proof that the earth is absolutely still and that Polaris is still, too. Both have to remain stationary in order to be in the same position to each other.
If you notice AI gave a convoluted explanation – just like a liberaltard – when it wrote about the North Celestial Pole. Well, if the Geographic North Pole is stationary, that means the North Celestial Pole is, too, in order to keep in relation to each other. Yet, on the other hand we are told that the earth is moving in several directions at once at incredible speed and so are the rest of the planets and stars.
This is all part of brainwashing. When talking on any controversial subject, like the flat earth, we are thrown back with a lot of things that is not science but it sounds scientific with technical words thrown in. And when people don’t understand, they say to themselves that they are not technical. In this case, they are not astrophysics, and we say to ourselves, “They must know what they are talking about because they are astrophysics,” and we accept what we are told even though we don’t understand it. This is a classic case of, “bullshit baffles brains!”
Anytime someone throws something back to you with technical jargon, don’t fall for it. There is a saying that I came up with sometime ago:
“It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure it out, but if you are a rocket scientist, you won’t be able to figure it out.” TM
In other words, if you are trained as a rocket scientist or any other profession based on a lie, you’ll believe the lies that you are told in college and not come to the truth.