kahow110736 karma2019-01-01 20:55:34 UTC
Not OP, but yes. Definitely 100% a shitlord.
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kahow110710 karma2019-03-10 19:47:52 UTC
Why did you guys cut so much of this? Was there a time limit/did you not want to make it too long, or did it just not make the cut due to lack of interest?
It sounds like there’s a ton of really good stuff that you guys didn’t include.
kahow11079 karma2019-03-10 22:31:51 UTC
I watch those multi part, 1 hour episode serial docs all the time to be honest.
If you guys made something like that, even on a different subject, I’d definitely watch.
kahow11074 karma2019-03-10 19:53:48 UTC
Yeah, it’s closer to 0.55%, point stands though. That’s not negligible and should be observable. I’m not the one making the claim here, I’m asking if there’s proof of the claim because that would be something observable that can disprove flat earth.
kahow11073 karma2019-03-10 19:36:29 UTC
Wait so wouldn’t people at the equator be living in slightly less than 1g? Like 0.97g? So shouldn’t they have proportionally lower bone density on average? (Because bones develop less dense in lower gravity)
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