Ball Earth Skeptic Roundtable Ep 1

Roundtable ring master John le Bon does a great job (he should get a paid gig) rounding up anti-globalists.

I tend to agree with John’s position on almost all counts in this audio.

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richard benedict
richard benedict
6 years ago

Well done, John LeBon-excellent show.

@Jon, I agree with you an the flight paths.
Here is an edited version of my response to Mark Sargent and the flight paths. “…I went to Expedia and I checked a one way flight from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Sydney, Australia. The first flight says it takes 22 hours and 32 minutes. Included in the time are 2 lay overs totaling a little over three hours. The flight goes from Buenos Aires to Santiago Chile to Auckland New Zealand to Sydney, with layover in Santiago and Auckland. The flight from Santiago to Auckland is 13 hours over the South Pacific a distance of 6 thousand miles and flying at roughly 462 miles an hour. I do not see anything unusual with these figures. or with the flight path taken as it is common to go to different hubs.
Am I missing something? How would you interpret these numbers in view of your flat earth theory?
Other flights are 25 hours but they include multiple layovers of up to 4 1/2 hours.

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I agree with Jon Lebon the flat earth model takes a hit with the flight paths in the southern Hemisphere. Nevertheless, I did pose the “Rd Bull” problem to a retired Air Force colonel. The idea is how could someone take a 10 min. free fall from 100,000 ft. and land 14 miles east of the original drop zone. If the earth is rotating at 1,000 mph or 16 miles a minute the man should have landed well west of the location, up to 160. This is even accounting for winds. The colonel was intrigued by my problem and saw my point, although he could not provide an answer. I also asked him and a retired trans continental pilot who flew 747s to Europe about calculating the rotation of the earth when landing or plotting courses. They both admitted the rotation of the earth is not calculated into navigation, only winds. Thus far, it is a stalemate to me.