Kyrie Irving scored 21 points in the 3rd quarter leading the CAVS to 112-99 victory in game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Flat Earther Kyrie Irving shows everyone where the levels at. Celticsblog.com writes, "Kyrie demonstrated the type of performance that could only happen on a flat earth."
Kyrie Irving, despite twisting his ankle, went on to have one of the most impressive third quarters in NBA history. Irving led the cavs to a victory in a game four of the Eastern Conference Finals.
As usual, Kyrie Irving remains calm and humble, focusing on how he and his team can improve, while casually shrugging off his abnormally 'in-the-flow' game.
Oh my God Kyrie Irving is so dope watch him shred like you've never been to the moon.
Life Noggin releases video, 'This is How We Know The Earth Is Flat' in the wake of D. Marble taking his Spirit Level on an Airplane
Broadcasting to more than 1.3 Million subscribers, Life Noggin has hopped on the Flat Earth Debunk Train. Their recent video, made in response to D. Marble's Spirit Level Experiment (Flat Earthers toss him a like, he got a lotta hate for it), and has a sum total half a million views, about the same as D. Marble's video. We're gonna walk through the points Life Noggin made one by one, and see what's what. Here goes:
"Right now you're probably watching this video from somewhere on Earth. That big round beautiful planet humans call home. But how do you know the earth is round?"
FIRST REBUTTAL: FLAT EARTHERS DO NOT CLAIM THE EARTH IS NOT ROUND. THEY CLAIM THE EARTH IS NOT A SPHERE AT THE SIZE WE HAVE BEEN TOLD, AND EITHER IT'S A BIGGER SPHERE OR IT'S LEVEL AS IT APPEARS TO BE (WITHSTANDING MOUNTAINS AND VALLEYS). THIS IS A KEY LANGUAGE ISSUE AS THE EARTH COULD BE ROUND AND FLAT, LIKE DINNER PLATES, FRISBEES, LAKES, AND MANY OTHER THINGS.
"But how do we know the earth is round? Your senses would tell you the earth is flat.
This is true. Our senses indicate a flat and stationary earth.
Netflix recently released 'Enemy of the State', starring Will Smith, bringing the notion of 'Big Brother' and His Band of Satellites to Fore
With Netflix recent acquisition of Enemy of the State, it provided an opportunity to look back on the way advanced technology was presented in a movie released almost twenty years ago, on November 20th, 1998. The Hollywood plot, forecasts a corrupt politician looking to acquire greater surveillance technology and funding for said technology, whom has a key oppositional politician killed, but is caught on tape by a camera designed for watching bird migration by Jason Lee, whom gives it to Will Smith, who inherently becomes the "enemy of the state".
Perhaps what's most interesting in re-watching this classic, is both the believability of the plot line: dirty inside work to pass surveillance leniency (this mind you preceded George Bush, 9/11 and the passing of Patriot Acts I&II), but also the uncanny and clear satellite CGI made back then, which is almost as good as the stuff you see streaming today from ISS. The only difference is, in the photo from the ISS, the horizon appears to have been photoshopped to add curvature.
Something they didn't both to do back in 1998.