I’ve always enjoyed listening to Jeffrey, even though I don’t agree with everything he has to say. (His site). Antimatter radio.
Month: February 2016
Jeran reviews my video
Thanks to Jeran for elaborating on my lowly video shot across Lake Ontario this winter. I didn’t do much to make a case for what I was seeing, hoping someone else would use it as raw material for their research. Simon says it makes his case, and Jeran says it makes his. You decide.
Jeran takes a lot of flack, likely because he seems very sincere and is very on target with his investigation of the nature of our earth.
Thanks for the link to my video – I will be going back to the area when we have a warmer day and shoot from the ground level – as you noted I was on a bit of a bluff. I doubt it will make much of a difference. Incidentally, the BMO Tower IS 72 floors, but there is a cluster of 5 towers due south of it with one at least 66 stories tall that would obscure its view (TD Center), not to mention the oldest tall building in Toronto, the Royal York Hotel.
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Autocadding the sun
Catchy flat rap
I am not a big rap fan – as a matter of fact, I’ve only bought Eminem’s The Eminem Show album – and I have never been a big purchaser of music, ever.
That said, after playing BoB’s song on our past audiochat (after avoiding it for a couple of weeks), I have played it enough times to really like it (taste is subjective to say the least).
Thanks to Mark Sargent for creating this yt and grabbing the lyrics.
Lyrics (worth reviewing)
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Chris and Walt Stickle talk flat earth
Chris is back. Everyone has an opinion on the Copernican ball earth theory. Walt is no exception. (Walt was on my audio here).
“Someone asked me the other day if I believe in conspiracies. Well, sure. Here’s one. It is called the political system. It is nothing if not a giant conspiracy to rob, trick and subjugate the population.” -Jeffrey Tucker
Source: HOAX BUSTERS CALL: Hoax Busters, Work your way up to banana picker
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Newman writes on the solar system
Past guest Robert Newman dropped me a skype message:
By Popular Request – Another Short Article on ‘Galileo, Copernicus, the ‘Solar System’ and Science Fiction’
(ripple of applause and some boos)
Ladies and Gentlemen,
The ancient Sumerians, Babylonians, ancient Egyptians, early Hebrews and most Greeks believed in a flat earth. So did the writers of the bible. But we often claim we know better today, right ? Nicolaus Corpernicus (1473-1543), for example, is widely believed to have ‘discovered’ the earth was in fact, spherical, and, according to Wikipedia’s own article on him: he “was the first astronomer to formulate a comprehensive heliocentric cosmology, which displaced the earth from the centre of the universe.” The fact that Copernicus was not an astronomer at all is of course ignored by the writer of the Wikipedia article just as it’s ignored by almost everyone else. The myth of his ‘discovery’ continues. It never stops. In fact, Astronomy was only a hobby of his. (His real expertise lay in languages, law and medicine, and it could be argued it was as a Catholic Jesuit, and a Freemason to boot, that his heliocentric ideas were promoted and sustained by those networks). But nobody mentions that too. After all, it was Francis Bacon, in an unfinished article from that same period entitled ‘The New Atlantis’, who wrote about the infiltration of the Freemasons into all things scientific and religious, and acknowledged that “subversive members of the order controlled all of medicine, science and astronomy/astrology.” Those are Bacon’s exact words. (How about that as a fact if you really, really want facts ? ) But it was Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), with his invention of the telescope, who is historically, the person who’s heliocentric theory supposedly ‘proved’ Corpernicus’ sun-centred theory, thus gaining universal recognition for the round earth model – the same belief which still dominates the greater majority of supposedly scientific teaching today. In obedience to this fiction, this dogma the majority of modern scientific textbooks continue as to state boldy that Galileo ‘proved the Corpernican theory’. What is the actual truth of this dogma ? Well, how about this. It’s a remarkable fact (never contradicted by any actual evidence) that neither Galileo nor Copernicus proved anything of the sort ! Nowhere in any of their writings did they do so or try to prove so. If that’s wrong let’s hear evidence from their writings from those who dogmatically teach such nonsense. Neither Galileo nor Copernicus provided a shred of evidence for a sun centred universe. Nor of the supposed rotation of the earth. Nor of the globe shaped earth. How about THOSE facts ?
But don’t take my word for it. Here’s a 20th century physicist Bernard Cohen in ‘Birth of a New Physics’ (1960) who certainly didn’t agree with them also and correctly pointed out – “There is no planetary observation by which we on earth can prove the earth is moving on an orbit around the sun.” And what about the once famous Friedrich Wilhelmina Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859), who attempted to gather the known facts into a uniform conception of nature in his multi-volume work, ‘Kosmos‘, this fully a century earlier, and spoke with honesty when he stated: “I have already known for a long time we have no proof at all for the system of Corpernicus … But I dare not be the first one to attack it.” How about that plain fact ? Still believing what you have been told ?
Humboldt, was not unknown in his time. In fact he has the unique honour of being the person that has had more plants, animals, minerals and places named after him than any other human being – alive or dead. And he was very famous. So why don’t you know Humbolt said the system of Galileo and Copernicus has no supporting evidence at all ? No answer, right ? In fact Humboldt’s textbook ‘Kosmos’ was translated into more than a dozen languages. There was scarcely a single subject, that concerned the natural world, which was left out. ‘Kosmos’ was unlike any other work before it, and very few books have been produced since his which can surpass it. It has actually graced the libraries of many thinkers, philosophers, artists and poets, and it’s influence, even today, is difficult to overestimate and is understandably, unique. But nobody cares he correctly rejected Galileo and Copernicus. Why ? It’s simply because people believe what they are told by the fakers of modern science, so-called. Is it just possible, therefore, that much of what is taught and believed on this subject of Galileo and Copernicus in respect of the earth and the solar system is fiction, nonsense and downright lies ?
Flat earth humor
False maps and lines of longitude
Take me to Deception Island
I remember back to 1982 not really understanding why the Brits were fighting over an island of sheep. Could guarding Antarctica be a better reason?
We can just assume that the official story is bunk.