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PostSubject: Mark Sargant ....confirmation of Flat Earth ...US Navy + more   Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:14 pm

US Navy Missile Instructor confirms FLAT EARTH - SW21

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PostSubject: US Navy Submarine Chief: What Curve? - Flat Earth SW23    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:16 pm

US Navy Submarine Chief: What Curve? - Flat Earth SW23

A retired Navy Chief Electronics Technician who has served on board five nuclear powered subs over a 20 year career from 1988-2008 talks about the possibility of Flat Earth.

US Navy Missile Instructor "Robert" joins us from the second segment of the show and compares notes with the submarine chief.

Are we inside a Truman show enclosed world, thousands of miles wide? This is part of a series of videos that shows not only is it possible, but likely.


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PostSubject: Air Traffic Controller meets Flight Instructor on a Flat Earth - SW43    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:18 pm

Air Traffic Controller meets Flight Instructor on a Flat Earth - SW43

I was a FAA Certified Radar Air Traffic Controller at NAS Brunswick which was a TRACON facility and airport. At night I would get board and set my scope to max 350 miles. I turned it down to watch Boston traffic and Warning areas (no fly zones). Well according to the globe equation I saw airplanes at 81,000 ft. Problem? They squawk their airspeed/altitude and etc... So the Earth can't curve like they say. Granted I was using surveillance radar, it's not that off and the squawk it extremely accurate. My radar and the aircraft transponders prove the Earth curve is wrong. ....very wrong.



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PostSubject: US Army Master Gunner: Is it a Flat Earth? - SW45    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:20 pm

US Army Master Gunner: Is it a Flat Earth? - SW45

Mark interviews US Master Gunner Brian. What do the instruments in a M1A2 tank tell us about the shape of the Earth? Listen in and find out.

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PostSubject: Career Land Surveyor: No curve ever measured - Flat Earth SW22    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:22 pm

Career Land Surveyor: No curve ever measured - Flat Earth SW22

Indiana land surveyor 1979-2011 states in an interview that the survey world is nothing but a flat plane, and that the curvature never came up once on any project he ever worked on.

Are we inside a Truman show enclosed world, thousands of miles wide? This is part of a series of videos that shows not only is it possible, but likely.


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PostSubject: Australian Intelligence Officer: GPS is ground based, Flat Earth - SW41    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:25 pm

Australian Intelligence Officer: GPS is ground based, Flat Earth - SW41

Mark & Johnathan read a statement from an Australian Intelligence Officer who says that satellite data feeds are not what they appear. They also take calls from listeners and read from the never ending mail bag.

Sorry about the re upload on this. The song from Schoolhouse rock 6 was copyrighted, and youtube couldn't remove it from their end, so I pulled the video, edited, and put it back up.


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PostSubject: Retired US Air Force Navigator talks about Flat Earth - SW39    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:31 pm

Retired US Air Force Navigator talks about Flat Earth - SW39

Former USAF navigator, Instructor and evaluator, senior navigator with over 3,000 flying hours. Flight scheduling chief for the largest tanker air wing in the world. Special operations navigator. KC-135 air to air refueling subject matter expert. The world is flat, and Thomas is going to tell you why.

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PostSubject: Corporate Travel Agent: Flights don't make sense on a globe - Flat Earth - SW34    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:34 pm

Corporate Travel Agent: Flights don't make sense on a globe - Flat Earth - SW34

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PostSubject: International Shipping Expert: The routes are Flat - SW32 Flat Earth    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:37 pm

International Shipping Expert: The routes are Flat - SW32 Flat Earth

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PostSubject: Flat Earth - US Army Artillery Radar Operator: No curve is used - SW29    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:40 pm

Flat Earth - US Army Artillery Radar Operator: No curve is used - SW29

Mark reads a statement by a US Army Field Artillery Radar Operator, Johnathan helps answer letters and calls.

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PostSubject: Industrial Valve Expert: The ISS is a LIE - Flat Earth - SW25    Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:50 pm

Industrial Valve Expert: The ISS is a LIE - Flat Earth - SW25



Mark reads a statement by an industrial valve expert regarding the international space station. Johnathan and Sean join the discussion.

Think about the fuel pumps, the air exchange, and the seal replacement programs. Valves are maintained and changed out frequently. Now consider the ISS in this light. One little
pumps change out in 2010 and a little repair in 2013? Does NASA have valves that function in impossible environments and seals made of un-obtainium and unicorn tears? I am guessing…
no.

Actuators (air cylinders)-
Actuators (or air cylinders) are the muscles of moving machinery. Pumps are the hearts of machinery that pump fluids and gases to drive the machines. Valves control the pressures and quantities of the fluids and gases. Actuators push and pull to give the machines
movement. They have been used for decades to drive the industrial revolution forward. They are the muscles of robots that move their limbs. They hold the hood open on your car so you can check the oil. They open and close the hatches on submarines. They drive needles that weave carpets. They are all around us in every mechanical system. Some are driven with pneumatic air pressure, some use hydraulic fluids and some are electrical. Let us look at the
types.

Pneumatic (air driven) – On the ISS how would these work? The seal issue is certainly a big problem. Actuators need valves. We covered these problems already. Piston rods rely on dynamic seals and are prone to leakage. Temperature is an issue. Ice cream makers and metal forges struggle with actuators due to the extreme temperatures that they deal with, but consider that they only deal with their end of the temperature range. Ice cream makers
deal only with extreme cold. Metal forges deal with only extreme heat. What kind of Vulcan technology is NASA using to handle both temperature extremes, let alone in a vacuum?

Hydraulic (fluid driven) – The same problems as Pneumatic s apply here as well. In addition, Hydraulic actuators drip and “weep” oil. The ISS would become uninhabitable without constant maintenance. Where would the fluid be stored, disposed of, replaced, etc.

Electronic - This is probably the most probable type NASA would claim that they use.

They are clean and function without the exchange of pressurized substances. What about maintenance, Lubrication, degaussing, replacing motors, drives, belts, circuits, panels?
Certainly they would be prone to shorting out and requiring constant care, especially since they cannot be grounded (consider satellites, but that’s another topic). Changing out components is not like changing the brush heads on a vacuum cleaner.

Maintenance and installation –
Lastly and probably the most important problem, no machine shop.
All dynamic systems require installation and maintenance. No matter how carefully designed and how advanced a system is, something will require machining. All large Navy craft have
onboard machine shops. The reason that I use ships and subs as examples is that they are the most similar systems to the ISS that we can relate. They are moving, large, self contained and functioning in hostile environments. Navy vessels must be able to repair, modify or replace anything onboard. Even under the best conditions, metal will warp, screw threads will strip out, seals will leak, welds will break, metal sealing surfaces will get
scratched, tubes will crack, electronics will short out, motors will overheat, motors will freeze up, critical tools will break, belts will break, cables will snap, etc., etc, etc, ad infinitum. The ISS appears to not have a machine shop what so ever. How are repairs done?
Are we to believe that all the replacement parts are flawless modules that snap together perfectly every time like Legos? Are there sea containers full of replacements parts floating
next door? Is there never a time that a critical threaded hole is stripped out and needs to be re-tapped? Do parts never warp in the extreme temperatures and need to be re-surfaced? Is
there welding equipment up there? Submarines have welding equipment. They can even weld underwater. What happens in the event of a structural event that requires welding? I know that Captain Kirk and Spock repaired the Enterprise using a Phazer as a welder, but this is supposed to be real. Of course, the chance of fire is too great to weld, but structural damage happens and has to be calculated into the plan. As far as I know, it is not. Regarding
fire hazards, machine shops throw sparks, lots of sparks. Even if you could haul a lathe, Bridgeport and drill press up to the ISS the danger would be too extreme. This is where NASA “shot themselves in the foot”. For short missions (days, even weeks) this would not be an issue, but when missions are years long….uh no.
The ISS is great theater but not reality.
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PostSubject: Operation High Jump; Journey to Antarctica to find the Dome    Sat Apr 30, 2016 1:53 pm

Operation High Jump; Journey to Antarctica to find the Dome

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