Thrive and Survive Goes “Tiger Dan-ning”?

I trust Geocentricgnostic.com,  whotfetw.com, OddTV, Santos Bonacci, and Brian Mullings, as being credible sources for FE truth who say it like it is.

Tiger Dan, a year ago, was a major proponent for Flat Earth with an excellent 10 part series around a biblical base.  Then, out of nowhere, he turns against FE theory in regards to Antarctica being a military operation, anyone can go there at anytime and FE’ers got it all wrong. End of Tiger Dan,

Now, Thrive and Survive appears to do the same with nonsensical conclusions about the Hubble, faux gravity, etc.  It’s great, and so necessary to test FE theory, since we are all just learning still.  I have questions like:

“How can we see the sunlight underneath clouds while the sun is moving away from us at sunset?

and

“If the Sun is only 3,000 miles away, how can we see clouds behind it? Are there clouds 3,000 miles up as well?”

and

“How exactly does the Sun and Moon change direction, increase and decrease speeds, on a Flat Earth Model?”

Yet, Thrive and Survive’s “logic” makes no sense to me.

You listen, you decide.

4 thoughts on “Thrive and Survive Goes “Tiger Dan-ning”?

  1. Demitra M. N. July 31, 2016 at 8:05 pm Reply

    The following, by Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot, gives what I think is a pretty accurate conclusion as to all the weird back-peddling we are witnessing lately. Her focus is on whistle-blowers (Simon Parkes, specifically) but the gist of her conclusion could easily be applied to this particular case, and others, too. The insight is worth the short read.

    http://yourtubenews.ning.com/forum/topics/our-experience-with-simon-parkes-as-a-counselor-1

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    • jwlpeace July 31, 2016 at 8:20 pm Reply

      I don’t think it really matters anymore, who is doing what to who. Anyone that can think and observe for themselves can find serious flaws in HE theory and many, many valid points in FE theory. It’s interesting though how the attacks on this site regarding Dubay’s motives are at all time highs and he hasn’t published anything of new material or thought in nearly one year.

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  2. erik August 10, 2016 at 1:54 pm Reply

    “How can we see the sunlight underneath clouds while the sun is moving away from us at sunset?”

    Experiment: take a pencil and attach it to a piece of cardboard, so that it hangs down. When the cardboard is directly under a source of light, the pencil will not be illuminated, but the further you get away from the light source, the pencil will start to catch light from the bottom. Clouds are fairly transparent, so this light will shine through. I hope this helps.

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