Wednesday, September 7, 2016

An Amazing Graphic Picture of Flat Earth, my thoughts too

anonymous flat earth artist with an amazing piece of artwork
The flat Earth theory is alive and well

Digging around the back of the sofa I found this amazing Graphic's Picture that I thought I must share with my fellow flat Earth believers. The way the artist captured the right angles and expert to scale drawings is a sign of a master of his craft.

Can anyone find the artist's name? I don't want to get in touch but would love to see similar graphics? You can tell a craftsman from an ordinary tinkerer?

The flat Earth debate is as old as the day is long, or something like that? I admit water stays in place because the earth is flat. It should be going in every direction and sloshing about if the world was round, that's simple to understand. But, the nee sayers say gravity keeps it in place?

They cheat and use science as a tool, well if you look at science as a whole its built on OUR laws, not laws of the universe. We made the junk up, we gave names to things you cannot see? Isn't magic therefore an extension of science or vies a verse?

Whatever the results are, you cannot argue with science people! Because they pull out charts from their asses!

Its called belief and its as real as you and me. Tim Lewis

Waiting since 1947 for this. Apple unveils the new waterproof, wireless iPhone 7 dual lens camera no headphone jack though?

The amazing wireless headphones from iPhone 7. I'm only posting about this because it looks so good and I want to show people just how small technology is getting and apparently they had room left? The technology is amazing and I stick by my earlier comments that Google, Facebook, iPhone and a few other corporations in the USA was allowed by specific Government "people" over time, to back engineer, reverse engineer and integrate human technology and Alien technology to turn it into pretty everything technology wise that has been invented since 1947.
Roswell crash site newspaper announcement
Theres the proof
  • iPhone 7 will begin at $649 (£599) and plus version at $769 
  • Pre-order's begin on Friday, and will ship on September 16th 
  • The iPhone is waterproof and has dumped the headphone socket.
After months of anticipation, Apple has finally revealed the iPhone 7 and a new version of its Apple Watch. The new iPhone 7 will controversially dump the headphone socket in favour of the lightning port and wireless headphones, and boasts longer batter life.

The larger iPhone 7 plus also has a new dual lens camera system, and Apple also unveiled new $159 Airpod wireless headphones - although said it will ship an adapter for older headphones along with lightning headphones in every box.

iPhone 7 Looking absolutely amazing

New gloss black and black colours
Faster A10 processor 
 iPhone 7 plus now has a wide angle and a telephoto lens 
New Retina HD display is 25% brighter 
 Now water and dustproof 
 Home button has force feedback 
 Stereo speakers at top and bottom with double the volume of previous version 
New wireless AirPod headphones available as an extra 
No headphone socket - but adapter and lightning 
EarPods will be in every box 
 Boosted battery life 
Apple claims could add 2 hours

Tim Cook opened the presentation at the the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco with a video of him taking part in a carpool karaoke with James Corden, singing along to One Republic before they were joined by Pharrell to give Cook some fashion advice.

'I'm so glad James got me here on time, I may have lost my voice,' he said, before revealed new episodes of the show will debut on iTunes next year. In a rare slip, Apple accidentally unveiled the device itself with a tweet minutes before the unveiling - before deleting it seconds later.
  • 'The iPhone has become truly a cultural phenomenon,' Cook said. 
'We've now sold over a billion of them. 
  • 'This makes it the best selling product of its kind in the history of the world.' 'It's the best iPhone we have ever created - this is iPhone 7,' said Cook. 
  • 'It makes all the things you do every day better'.
wireless headphones look really good
iPhone 7 wireless headphones

Conspiracy Lie Is Finally on Twitter, About Time As-well. We Hope You Like It?

Free Science At Last, NASA's Entire Research Library Is In The Public Domain

NASA is opening up its research library to the public in the newly launched web database PubSpace…and it’s absolutely free. From here on out, any NASA-funded research articles in peer-reviewed journals must comply to its new policy.

library of nasa is now open to public
NASA Library

This requires that papers be published and uploaded to the portal within one year of publication so that they are freely accessible to anyone.

The only exception is studies that involve patents and material governed by personal privacy, proprietary, or security laws. NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan believes that this move will benefit fellow scientists and engineers and accelerate innovation.
  • “Making our research data easier to access will greatly magnify the impact of our research,” 
she said.
  • “As scientists and engineers, we work by building upon a foundation laid by others.”
  • “At NASA, we are celebrating this opportunity to extend access to our extensive portfolio of scientific and technical publications,” 
NASA Deputy Administrator Dava Newman says in a press release.
  • “Through open access and innovation we invite the global community to join us in exploring Earth, air, and space.”
nasa library education centre
NASA Research Library