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09: Kepler’s 3rd Law Calculates a Planet’s Mean Distance From the Sun, giving the Planet’s Orbital Period Raised to the Power of .666666

Kepler’s 3rd law states the square of the orbital period is proportional to the distance cubed, essentially:

T² ∝ r³

So if you move the powers around and divide them, you get 0.667. The 6s arise from division and truncating, it shows nothing!

08: On the Globe model, the Distance From the Tip of South America, to the Tip of Africa, is 6,660 Kilometers

Not really. To be honest, there is no specific tip of South America or Africa, and your measurement will be anywhere in the 6’600s. I tried doing the furthest point of South America (not including Isla de los Estados) and the southmost point of Africa, and got 6’640km.

07: North America is 66.66° Wide on a Globe – from The Furthest Tip to the Other (Key Largo, Florida, to Yesterday Island, Alaska)

Firstly you mean the USA.

Are we doing this horizontally? In which Maine is a bit further than Florida. The Westmost point (Attu Island) and the Eastmost point (Lubec) make the USA 120.61 degrees wide.

Or are we measuring vertically? In which case The Northmost point (Point Barrow) and the Southmost point (Fort Zachary Taylor) make the USA 45.84 degrees tall.

06: Eurasia On the Globe Model, From the Lighthouse in Cape St. Vincent, Portugal, Straight Across to the other side of the land mass at the Haicang Bridge in China, 6,066 Nautical Miles

Cabo da Roca is further West than Cabo de São Vicente, firstly.

Secondly, Russia is a part of Eurasia. Given you said land mass, I’m assuming we’re only counting the mainland. That would make from Cabo da Roca to East Cape Russia about 160 degrees.

This is only about 4’400 nautical miles (if my calculations are correct) so this may just be a straight up lie.

5 and 4 were both also to do with coordinates, which was repetitive and similar to point 6.

03: The Logos of Both Google’s GPS system through Chrome and CERN, Both of Which Work With NASA, We Find 666 hidden in plain sight

Google’s GPS system is Google maps. This is their logo:

CERN’s logo is the path particles take when they’re in an accelerator:

They look like 6s, I agree. But there’s not specifically 3, there’s about 5.

02: Switzerland Company Maxon Motors Provided the Electrodrives that Power NASA’s Spirit and Opportunity Rovers on Mars. You can contact them at +41 (41) 666 15 00 by phone or +41 (41) 666 16 16 by Fax

My local taxi company has 666 in their number, as does multiple takeaway restaurants near my parents’ house. It’s just a coincidence. Chill!

Furthermore, Maxon have multiple numbers for different countries, most of which do not contain 666. In terms of NASA, none of the USA branch numbers for both telephone or fax contain 666.

01: Earthlings and Life Itself are Made of Carbon, Which has 6 Protons, 6 Neutrons, and 6 Electrons. Revelations 13:16 “And he causes all, the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free men and the slaves, to be given a mark on their right hand or on their forehead.” (NASA: Number of man, Bible: Number of A man). AND IT’S ALL A LIE!!

We didn’t choose for carbon to have 6 protons, 6 neutrons, and 6 electrons! We literally found carbon like that!

Also, carbon can have 8 neutrons, or share electrons with itself and other atoms. The only thing that defines carbon is the proton number.

I don’t get the Bible thing, you’re doing the same thing manipulators do where they don’t speak in full sentences so victims fill in the gaps themselves. I see this with Bible preachers and politicians all the time.

I’m knackered from all this Flat-Earth, so wih that I bid you a good morning, good evening, or good night wherever you are on the glooOOoobe!

One comment

  1. You know, I never really understood what the CERN logo was supposed to represent. That makes sense—that it’s the paths of particles in accelerators. Not the 6’s thing. That does not make sense, of course.

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