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    Why is flat earth being conflated with Tartaria research? It undermines credibility.

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    Mmmm it does warrant an open mind as I watched and little to no flat Earth in it, mainly the Tarta etc data, see it as mind training to not throw the baby out lol.

    Ps , from a fellow roundy

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    Quote Originally posted by Aianawa View Post
    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    Why is flat earth being conflated with Tartaria research? It undermines credibility.
    Mmmm it does warrant an open mind as I watched and little to no flat Earth in it, mainly the Tarta etc data, see it as mind training to not throw the baby out lol.

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    Here's something I want you to think very carefully about, Vern... How exactly can you value the objective academic qualities and discernment of people doing historical research when those very same people believe that Earth is flat? That's like trusting a Jehovah's Witness to properly and correctly give you an education in evolution theory, isn't it? (It's a rhetorical question.)

    Your mileage may vary, but to me, the very fact that many of the people you champion here as presenters of historical research are Flat-Earthers, is what taints said people's research in my eyes. A serious researcher ─ openminded or not ─ must be well-grounded and devoid of prejudices. And Flat-Eathers are neither of those two, because of two very important reasons...:

    1. They dismiss scientific evidence out of hand; and
    2. The Flat-Earth hypothesis is fundamentally religiously inspired.

    I would trust a Flat-Earther if he or she were to tell me that they've just read this or that in the newspapers, or that they had to pay a certain bill at a certain garage to have their oil changed. Or that the chef at the restaurant down the street makes a killer Archiduc sauce. I would however not trust them if they were to lecture me on account of history, or on account of any other academic discipline.

    But like I said, your mileage may vary ─ and it probably does.
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    Quote Originally posted by Aragorn View Post
    Here's something I want you to think very carefully about, Vern... How exactly can you value the objective academic qualities and discernment of people doing historical research when those very same people believe that Earth is flat? That's like trusting a Jehovah's Witness to properly and correctly give you an education in evolution theory, isn't it? (It's a rhetorical question.)

    Your mileage may vary, but to me, the very fact that many of the people you champion here as presenters of historical research are Flat-Earthers, is what taints said people's research in my eyes. A serious researcher ─ openminded or not ─ must be well-grounded and devoid of prejudices. And Flat-Eathers are neither of those two, because of two very important reasons...:

    1. They dismiss scientific evidence out of hand; and
    2. The Flat-Earth hypothesis is fundamentally religiously inspired.

    I would trust a Flat-Earther if he or she were to tell me that they've just read this or that in the newspapers, or that they had to pay a certain bill at a certain garage to have their oil changed. Or that the chef at the restaurant down the street makes a killer Archiduc sauce. I would however not trust them if they were to lecture me on account of history, or on account of any other academic discipline.

    But like I said, your mileage may vary ─ and it probably does.
    Dismantling stupidity starting with self is hugely important imo.

    Atm you do as your government demands within its demands yes.

    Agreeing with ones childs demands of learning violin while lecturing ones neighbours on noisy chickens or late nite music while not knowing the test tube is square ones inn.
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    Warning warning wee bit of flat Earth data plus crazy real things


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    Really enjoyed this one, templar data xlent


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    Quote Originally posted by Aianawa View Post
    Warning warning wee bit of flat Earth data plus crazy real things
    hmmm... that guy is stoned out of his gourd...Not that there's anything wrong with that - Seinfeld.

    I'm wondering if any chronic pot smoker has ever died from a serious disease?
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    Only diss ease that I know of that allows death is not knowing thy mind otherwise death n dying is a beautifullll step when stage reached n allowed.

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    It seems if cannabis heals, smokers would be healthy. So I'm wondering about the statistics between smokers and non-smokers?
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    Health wise, smoking it is not best by long shot, oil or cookies may take 3 to 4 hours to affect one ( high etc ) but health wise huge.

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    how could I not put Mr Flat Earth British here, just look into his Tarta data in first ten minutes >


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    Warning roundies, Martin all over the place, an interesting brain scratcher >


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    FN Xlent , answers are puzzles and this one moves n morphs >


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