posted on May, 29 2016 @ 02:11 PM
If it's fake their computer science and math departments (and others) are filled with the most brilliant people in hte world. They'd be using
customized supercomputers, but I highly doubt they could do this anyway. Faking our own planet would be crazy hard. Tens of thousands (or hundresd?)
of conventional harddrives--all constantly breaking and exhibiting sluggish bandwidth. Would need many years of processing if you want 1:1. MIght need
100's of years ( or more) given our current capacity. I'm not expert of course. But I have dabbled with basic landscape generation, so I know
convincing output would have massive processing and storage requirements. The trouble is roaming algorithms take a lot of time. Straight noise is as
interesting as a golf ball. If it's fake, they likely minimized the roaming algorithms, meaning if you want to find clues you need to look at how much
features are interacting with each other. Without roaming algorithms, it's just repetition of the same formulas, mostly independent of the whole. It'd
be like a river which doesn't flow downhill. Or a mountain which ignores the rain and natural elements constantly eroding it. Or maybe a landmass
which doesn't respect the underlying forces inside the planet. Moreso, it should be a common sight, so it shouldn't trick the experts.
Anymore all the evidence I need is just in the night sky. If you wnat proof that's the best. Who's going to fake it? God? We can clearly see many of
these planets with our telescopes. The planets rotate, so we can see their atmospheric and geographic profile. If it's fake, it's not us.
Just adressing the whole "flat earth" thing. Some people are so skeptical it's unhealthy. They don't think we actually had a probe near Pluto. it's
all a ruse to convince us we're not prisoners on this flat earth.
edit on 5/29/2016 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)