Gee Atherton Airlifted to Hospital After a Crash While Filming

Jun 19, 2021
by Ed Spratt  

Gee Atherton has been airlifted to hospital and undergone surgery after a serious crash while filming on Friday.

Following a crash on Friday afternoon, Gee Atherton was airlifted to Royal Stoke University Hospital where he has undergone surgery for breaks to his femur and wrist. Gee has also broken ribs alongside fractures to his nose and eye socket. Gee is currently in a stable condition with no neck, spine or head injuries and he is said to be in good spirits.

bigquotesGee Atherton has been airlifted to the Royal Stoke University Hospital after a crash on Friday afternoon during filming. Gee has undergone surgery for breaks to his femur and wrist and has also suffered broken ribs, a fractured nose and eye socket. He is stable with no neck, spine or head injuries, awake and in good spirits.

Massive thanks to the film crew, paramedics and the teams from Mountain Rescue, Air Ambulance and Coastguards who helped get Gee safely off the mountain. We will keep you updated on his progress but for now please send your healing vibes to the Gee man.
Atherton Racing

We're wishing Gee a speedy recovery and hope to see him back riding soon.


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 In related news, the Eurasian tectonic plate was admitted to Cardiff hospital this afternoon with a suspected fractured black mountain.
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flag scary1 (Jun 19, 2021 at 12:30) (Below Threshold)
 Time for retirement,Gee, it’s okay.. you’ve got nothing to prove and there’s other stuff in life that is just as satisfying.
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 I'm the doc/dentist who performed the surgery at Cardiff General. Unfortunately, the tectonic plate did not make it...
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flag zyoungson (Jun 19, 2021 at 17:22) (Below Threshold)
 @scary1: There is some truth in this. Only so much someones body can take, we are not made to be smashed to bits every few years.
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flag abzillah (Jun 19, 2021 at 18:08) (Below Threshold)
1: We need to make mountain biking safer. The number of athletes injured this year is way too damn high.
2: There needs to be a system in place to transition athletes out of high risk and into other parts of the cycling industry as their careers advance.
3: I would enjoy watching Gee, or any other rider, ride Enduro trails with lower risk.
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 @abzillah: you mean like start your own bike company??
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 @abzillah: Enduro is just as risky. Most of the pro don’t take unnecessary risks but calculated risks.

However, at that caliber of biking, consequences of a little mistake is usually highly costly.
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 @abzillah: How about personal responsibility? Athletes can figure out when enough is enough in their careers without a system to do that.
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 @martin737: Can we drool at your bike stable pic doc?
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 We may have to readjust daylight savings due to an anomaly in the earth s rotation. Healing vibe Gee!
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 @Heiril: Of course, just check my profile. The mountain is gone, where will I ride one of my "Yetis" now? Wink
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 @abzillah: they already have something to make mountain biking safer. They are called brake levers...
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 @abzillah: make mountain biking safer? Get on a beach cruiser, dude..
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 @what are enduro trails?
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 He landed so hard he caused 300+ earthquakes!!! . Hope Gee fixes up soon and is back on a bike.
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 that had to be a monster crash.
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 1st thing i thought of was massive
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 Shit, considering he would be wearing a full face and goggles, a broken eye socket seems even more scary. That’s the kind of blow that would have killed me.

Heal up fast Gee!
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flag landscapeben (Jun 19, 2021 at 11:16) (Below Threshold)
 That had to be caught on film too, come on Gee, you gotta make Friday Fails man!
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 @landscapeben: bruh you different
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 given the progression from the previous films, one can only imagine how big that might have been. Heal up fast Gee.
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 Redbull gave you a downvote
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 I mean it is a gee move so you know it was something gnarly. Hope he heals up well.
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I’m sure when G has recovered he will release a video showing the crash.
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 @xxinsert-name-herexx: Had a broken eye socket from kite boarding, my eye ball sank and i had double vision for a few weeks until i had surgery to put a plate in under my eyeball and then had more surgery to correct the muscles that had been damaged. Only get double vision at certain point in the field of vision.

Really hope Gee recovers well, one of the nicest guys I've spoken to at Fort William races.
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 @fatduke: Sorry to hear about your injury, I hope that vision continues to improve! Kite boarding has always seemed like a really cool sport to me, but I'd always assumed the main risk was drowning. What broke your eye socket? Was it impact with the water, or some of your gear?
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 I think a broken eye socket constitutes a head injury.
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 They mean his brain is ok. Such a relief...
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flag bikeybikeybikebike (Jun 19, 2021 at 10:57) (Below Threshold)
 It's worse than they're letting on: his nose and eye socket are no longer attached to his head.
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 @WildboiBen: Is it? Seeing what Gee attempts and pulls off his brain might not be normal. But I am glad to hear no brain injury.
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 @dhrracer: I just can't imagine how he escaped some kind of brain injury after a hit hard enough to fracture facial bones (presumably while he was wearing a full face). Hope he takes a long break to heal up fully and come back strong.
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I would have thought the same, until I witnessed my buddy breaking his eye socket in 3 places while doing a moonwalk on his stag party
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 Had a player break her occipital bone in a massive collision once. No concussion. In many instances the break dissipates energy and load that could otherwise have lead to further trauma.
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 @bikeybikeybikebike: I was a baseball umpire and a outfielder missed a fly ball and the ball hit his eye breaking his eye socket. He was in so much shock he wanted to drive himself to emergency so it doesn't necessarily cause brain damage
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 @swellhunter: Atherton’s evolve with a mips skull !
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 On Rachel's IG post she said he also had a concussion but he is in stable condition.
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 @jacinto46: while wearing a full face helmet? I hope so, it was a stag party!
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 Hospital name checks out as a proper place to treat Gee.
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 King of the Pitted Ward
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 stoke, unfortunately, doesnt live up it its name lol
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 @noahr2011: I'm from Stoke, yes it's been blighted by all the traditional industries disappearing to be replaced by minimum wage dead end warehouse jobs. But great people though,,, and only a stones throw from the Peak district.
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 @noahr2011: however the trauma centre is pretty Stoke dude, fortunately for Gee.
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 @Murfdog: and at least being airlifted in means you can jump the 8hr queue in A&E.
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 Ya, a cold night in Stoke is always tough, I've heard. Just glad Gee will recover.
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 I want to upvote but its at +69 so I'm leaving this comment instead
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 Ugh. The other side of those mad-crazy gaps of his. Sometimes our sport bites back, and it really sucks (speaking from experience.) And it really really blows to not be able to ride..,

Heal up fast and 100%, Brother! ; )
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 Oh man - he'll be gutted to miss Hardline. Heal fast Gee!
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 A ray of light provided by broken femurs:
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 Jesus, I bet he left a dent and adjusted the rotation of the earth
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 12:11) (Below Threshold)
 The Earth isn't a spinning, wobbling, orbiting ball. The Earth is not curved, it's observable flat and stationary with no known edge. Lazer over large bodies of water, ie the ocean, prove its flat. Many other experiments also confirm this.
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 @Reagh: seeing as you can’t even spell it, I doubt you understand what a laser is.
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 @g123: you haven’t heard about those transoceanic helmet throwing experiments? The ones that have proven the flat earth theory? Come on bro
  • 25 1
 @Reagh: your parents need you to take out the trash which requires you to remove your tinfoil hat
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 @Reagh: Don’t you think capitalism will have exploited the so called edge of the earth? Restaurants that look over the abyss of space, giant swings that swoop you over the edge? Certainly someone would try to make money off of it…
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 @Reagh: too good to be parody. Welcome, can't wait for the rest of your work.
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 @Reagh: a hammers of dumber bag than

Rearrange at your leisure.
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 @letsgoridebikes18: There's a great restaurant at the end of the Universe.
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 @Reagh: amazing the see a Canadian flag and not the ole stars and stripes next to this one.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 15:45) (Below Threshold)
 Do any of you balltards even know what the heliocentric model of the solar system is??? Go look at Moon footage, Mars footage, anything "space" related. It's all poppycock. There are many lies you must wash yourself of if you would like to get closer to the truth. Keep believing what is rammed down your throat though. If that helps you sleep at night. Night night little sheep.
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 @Reagh: footage can be manipulated. Science evidence cannot. Get off your computer and read a book. Notice how you're a minority in this argument?
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 Please Pinkbike, can someone kick out this moron, please!!!!
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 @Reagh: I hope you are just trolling.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 16:09) (Below Threshold)
 @giantwhip: you're hilarious. I have read and continue to read many books. What does me being a minority here have to do with the fact that we do not live on a spinning ball. Gravity is an electromagnetic phenomenon, which is not what the main stream tells us. The sun and moon are also electromagnetic. The sun is not a big ball of gas burning, 93 million miles from earth. The sun is much closer and electric... Don't hate me because I've done my research and you haven't.
Light does not travel, it is not a particle. It's a perturbation of the either. Light also does not bend because of Gravity. Atomistic scientists have a lot to learn, or unlearn. Unindoctrinate yourself and learn something for yourself.
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 @Reagh: usually when you make a claim such as this, you provide your own evidence. Telling people to do their own research or “unindoctrinate” (that’s not a word, by the way) themselves isn’t a particularly strong argument.
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 @Reagh: I never thought a Canadian would actually believe this. I don't understand how anyone who isn't close to the equator could believe any of the theories regarding the earth being flat. All you have to do is look up a few times a year Hahaha
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 @letsgoridebikes18: exactly. Money trumps everything. Even if the earth was flat there is zero financial gain to be had from telling people otherwise.
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 @Reagh: wrong. It's all a simulation. It's like one big program and everyone seeing it differently. Each person's experience is a different program
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 16:38) (Below Threshold)
 @letsgoridebikes18: you say that but I feel very confident that you will not do the research needed to understand what the main stream is selling us. They lie. About a lot. If you have the eyes to see and the ears to hear, the information is out there. Unplug from the matrix and re think everything you've been sold. There's a war going on out there, and it's on your mind. Mind control..
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 16:40) (Below Threshold)
 @Jheitt142: it's about mind control..... Also NASA and Disney have a history.. there is a LOT of money in the ball earth model that they made up.
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 @Reagh: you haven’t actually supported your argument. At all. This is me thinking critically. You are making a claim, you need to back it up, that’s how science works.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 16:44) (Below Threshold)
 @Jheitt142: ya about that... Antarctica never has 24hr sun.. ever heard of the Antarctica treaty..?? You ever sun gaze?? The sun isn't a big ball of gas 93 million miles away. You've got some studying to do, but you won't do it because you don't actually care.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 16:47) (Below Threshold)
 @yoobee: cancel culture lol.
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 @g123: imagine being a mountain biker preaching that the earth is flat lol. brother you are going down these hills that you don't believe in.
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 @Reagh: You're no culture. You're a trolling idiot.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 16:57) (Below Threshold)
 @makripper: there is some truth in that but you're off base some. There are observable laws in nature and they are the same for everyone. This realm we live in was created. Not by the big bang "theory" that everyone seems to accept as fact. Not by Darwinian evolution.
It was created by a higher power or God if you will. We are co-creators, or can be. Can't do much creating if your mind is full of garbage.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 16:59) (Below Threshold)
 @yoobee: your response stinks of cognitive dissonance.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 17:05) (Below Threshold)
 @Hershay: wow, this is sad. There are obviously peaks and valleys. I don't look at mountains and say that they're flat. Earth does not form a ball. Go find the apparent curve of the earth on the ocean, or any land mass... O what, there is absolutely no curve. It is completely flat. Land is variable, up and down obviously, but never does it curve, or make a ball, or spinning ball for that matter. 70 percent of the earth's surface is water... And there's no curve.. for every mile traveled the earth is supposed to drop 8 inches. They give us fake math for the curve. Go find the curve, no one has found it yet because we don't live on a spinning ball.
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 @Reagh: the circumference of the earth was calculated by experiment a couple of thousand years ago …
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 17:22) (Below Threshold)
 @lastinline: ya, right right. We also went to the moon in the 60s and 70s but don't currently have the technology to go back..

Ps, we never went to the moon and never will because it isn't something you can land on.

"Space may be the final frontier but it's made in a Hollywood basement" Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
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 @Reagh: Here's the thing, if you try to conduct those experiments of yours the results won't even agree with each other. Even if they do, millions of proven scientific facts will have to be falsified. Every technology around you adheres to established laws of physics, and those laws don't suggest the earth is flat.
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 @Reagh: you're on pinkbike to try and preach flat earth. That's pretty sad.
The fact that you're alone in this whole debate doesn't mean you've discovered something we all haven't seen yet. Focus on coming up with a proper argument with evidence. That's your new homework for next week
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 17:34) (Below Threshold)
 @ReDust: science is more of a religion than a system for discovering the truth. I bet you don't see any issues with the double slit experiment either.
Science has disregarded frequency, vibration and the Ether..

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration. The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” Nikola Tesla
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 @Reagh: wow! Thought this was for fun. But you are actually f*cked. Take care bro.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 17:40) (Below Threshold)
 @giantwhip: sad is the state of our society.
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 @Reagh: "I know I know for sure that life is beautiful around the world" Red Hot Chili Peppers
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 @letsgoridebikes18: think of the Sends!
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 17:44) (Below Threshold)
 @giantwhip: I'm alone in this on a internet website called Pinkbike. Lol. Bro science for the win. I'm not surprised by this.
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 @Reagh: you still aren't proving flat earth and yet you don't quit trolling. You're weak AF and really not earning any followers on this comment section so you should probably quit
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 @Reagh: I am curious about your thoughts from my previous argument regarding the lack of economic exploitation of how “flat” the Earth is.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 18:04) (Below Threshold)
 @giantwhip: I'm not here to prove flat earth to anyone, rather to provide food for thought. Real food that requires digesting. You must prove it for yourself or it's just a belief. I know we don't live on a spinning ball for lots and lots of reasons.
Prove the ball. Prove the curve. You don't care to learn. Many here don't so you're not alone. Look at the state of our culture.. I once was like you, believing in spinning ball earth and vacuum space. I came to the truth through learning, reading, knowledge. There are many ways to truth and you certainly will find it if you seek it.
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 @Reagh: You may not find a lot of support here on PB, but rest assured, there are Flat Earth theory supporters all around the globe!
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 18:15) (Below Threshold)
 @letsgoridebikes18: please expand on what you mean. There is huge money in spinning ball heliocentric model. NASA (Not a space agency) and Disney are in bed together. There is huge huge financial gain in vacuum space, spinning ball, heliocentric solar system model. There is a dark Occult that runs our realm. We've fallen from great heights. We will rise again one day though.
You can not be the best human you could be when your mind is polluted. You don't know about natural law, about the truths of nature, about Occulted higher science. The truth is hidden and you must go searching for it if you want to find it.
The truth is hidden in plain sight. Just look. Re look. They want people afraid of viruses and people wear masks that don't protect them from such small things as such. They have people taking experimental vaccines and even offering money to do so. I mean the rabbit hole is deep my friend how far would you like to go?
You are nature. But go ahead and have your DNA altered to save you from a virus that 99% of people survive if they get it. Make sense of that, and then call me an idiot some more if that makes you feel better.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 18:27) (Below Threshold)
 @suspended-flesh: truth.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 18:29) (Below Threshold)
 @suspended-flesh: accept it's not a globe
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 @Reagh: if the Earth was flat someone would have exploited the fact that the Earth was flat for financial gain. Where are the edge of the world restaurants, theme parks, visitor centres, gift shops, or various edge of the world trinkets? If it were real don’t you think people would use it to get rich? Are you going to say there is more financial gain to keep this a big secret because…?!? What benefit do “they” (we’ll say Disney and NASA since you have mentioned them a couple of times) have to keep this a big secret. What are the consequences to them of the “truth” becoming generally accepted?
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 @suspended-flesh: lol I see what you did there. Almost had him!
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 @letsgoridebikes18: he gets to feel smart
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 @Reagh: Whoosh
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 18:55) (Below Threshold)
 @letsgoridebikes18: lol. O man. K. There is no edge to the flat stationary Earth. Ever seen the Truman Show? There is a doom called the firmament that separates the waters from above and below. Vacuum space is a lie. Space is most likely more like water than a vacuum. You have an image of flat disk earth floating through space, that's disinformation. No flat earther actually believes that. No one knows what the earth is or how big it is! But it is living!
Extraterrestrial = extra territory.
Go and download the Flat Earth Sun, Moon, and zodiac clock app if you want to actually learn about flat earth. Shows the flat earth map and has a question section that will address any question you can think of.
That is one very good resource but there are many. Your mind is being exploited for financial gain, and to keep you controlled and ignorant. Wake up sir.
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 @Reagh: That's not the definition of extraterrestrial.....
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 @Reagh: Are you seriously basing your argument on a Hollywood Dramatic Comedy?

The Turman Show.....

People like you make me want to drink.... heavily.....
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 19:15) (Below Threshold)
 @OlSkoolJake: says the "planet" earth believer. Earth is not a planet.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 19:19) (Below Threshold)
 @OlSkoolJake: drinking heavily is sure to help.

I'm not basing my information on The Truman Show lol. It is interesting though.

Go learn about magic. You can us magic for good and for evil.

Hollywood "Blockbusters" encode the truth sometimes and/or thier next moves.
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 @Reagh: If you can't even use words in the proper context of their definition to explain your argument.... It holds no merit....

Side note...

This.... This, is the soapbox you gonna make your stand on.....

Flat Earth THEORY.....


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 this is totally bait. If not then dude has 2 braincells and they’re fighting for 3rd
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 @Reagh: I’ll admit I’m ignorant about flat Earth theory, just on the basis that it sounds crazy. So I did some reading, and now it sounds even more crazy. You believe it is more plausible that the Earth could exist infinitely, which is protected by a wall of ice known as Antarctica, which is guarded by NASA scientists, than the idea the Earth, as supported by a couple Millenia’s worth of science, physics, and astronomy, is actually round? I’m not trying to sound pretentious, I’m genuinely interested in learning about your point of view, but you STILL haven’t produced a single piece of evidence, study, or paper to support your claims.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 19:42) (Below Threshold)

Go here if you would genuinely like to learn a lot of things my friend.
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Flat-Earthers have a very low standard of evidence for what they want to believe but an impossibly high standard of evidence for what they don’t want to believe.

-Said by a smarter person than me.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 20:04) (Below Threshold)
 @suspended-flesh: completely untrue.
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 @Reagh: ironic that the first photo you see on that website is a round planet.....
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 @Reagh: impressive troll, extremely off topic.
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 @Reagh: Trying to out do that idiot doublecrownaddict are you?
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 20:21) (Below Threshold)
 @roguecheddar: it's the moon which is not a spherical planet. I've been a listener for awhile there and I know what I recommended.
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 @Reagh: so Einstein, Robert Wilson, Arno Penzias, Hawkings and the entire team at the Advanced LIGO observatories
all misunderstood the true nature of the cosmos?
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 @Reagh: it is a spherical planet, I know that because I've seen it everyday since I've been alive. Enjoy your echo-chamber, sorry, podcast
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 20:41) (Below Threshold)
 @Euripides-Iripadem: correct. Einstein was wrong about almost everything. He disregarded the Ether... Big mistake. Nikola Tesla is quoted as calling Einstein a crack pot.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 20:57) (Below Threshold)
 @roguecheddar: don't be afraid of the truth. It will set you free.
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 @Reagh: LOL - That guy is a classic crackpot. Can't spell Henri because 'he is thinking of 10 things at once"? Define Ether.
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 @Reagh: As High as you are, you should be able to see the curvature of the Earth from up there.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 21:15) (Below Threshold)
 @suspended-flesh: primordial cosmic energy that permeates everything, the Ether. Ether is everywhere, always.
Do some reading by Wilhelm Reich, Victor Shauberger ect
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 @Reagh: I get it, I really do. you want to be different, to know something you think others don't, be the clever guy who knows "the truth", be among others who think the same, an elite club who really get it. Fact is flat earthers are simple minded and easily influenced individuals who lack critical thinking skills.
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 @Reagh: Sad state of the education system that you passed through. As someone who navigates in Antarctica over summer I can assure you that there is 24 hours of daylight there, as there is in the Canadian Arctic. And, the math used to navigate a globe hold true there, as it does ‘around the world’ (-RHCP).

What the bigger mystery of the day is why I feel the need to comment to either a sublime troll or total moron on the internet.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 21:28) (Below Threshold)
 @roguecheddar: you make a lot of assumptions there. The path of truth seeking is life long my friend. I don't have a lock on the truth but I know a thing or two because I've put the time in... I'm always open to new information and will change my view if the truth leads me there.
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 @suspended-flesh: hysterical... the shit people believe
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 @Reagh: Do you have time to ride your bike?
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 @Reagh: How far this laser of yours went? I know my fine point laser (2mm) becomes almost 10mm at 60' (20m) and quite week...

Explain how I can fly around the Earth (pretty view up there, you should try it) and if I follow the same bearing, I'll pretty much end up at the start (provided I have enough fuel and not fall out of the sky). The planes don't fly in circle unless you have to and you would know and feel it if so.

SR71 are not a conspiracy and they definitely don't fall off the edge of the Earth.

I'd love to see the Great Wall of whatever holds the water "in" the Earth.

I'm no scientist but I think that has been debunked quite frequently...

As far as going to the moon, I'm sure if you finance the entire project, someone will happily (as long as they are trained astronauts) walk on the moon for you and Photoshop Kermit for you!

Aren't bikes fun! All kinds of people riding them too Smile
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 21:50) (Below Threshold)
 @Onetrickpony: navigation on the Gleason's map ( flat round earth) works Similar to the globe map. Actually it explains certain flight patterns even better and makes better sense of things than the globe.
There is 24hrs of light in the north but not the south.
You would know a thing or two about the Antarctic treaty then, which prohibits travel and navigation heavily to the public. The cameras that are recording in Antarctica don't record 24 hours a day and their excuse is that they don't have enough bandwidth. I call poppycock on your statement of 24-hour daylight in Antarctica.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 21:53) (Below Threshold)

One link. There are many more.
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I think the only thing to say is response to your argument about sunshine hours is ‘there is so 24 hours of sunlight in the Antarctic’.
I was there for the last sunset party and watched the sun do circles in the sky for the Senator summers that I’ve spent there. Perhaps I should put together a YouTube video so as that you can do the research for yourself.

Here’s to both you And Gee Atherton get well soon.
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 @Reagh: if gravity is electro magnetic rather than gravity as it yas je defined and prooved to work, can you explain to me how I can happily walk beside massive magnets, MRI and such and it having no effect on my (because humans are non ferrous) and yet I seem to be inextricably attracted to the ground ? As for helio centric model it has been debunker countless times, as soon as you add seasons, and the south hemisphere the illusion of it being possible just crumbles away. If you read books make sure you also read the books that says the opposite of what you believe that's how science is made otherwise you are just cherry picking and self reinforcing what you want to believe. I hope you are just trolling us in that case fair play you've done well sir.
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 Apologies for the typos. Several summers, not Senator. I’d hate for you to assume some US government conspiracy.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 22:01) (Below Threshold)
 @Onetrickpony: yes definitely put a YouTube video together. I can set you up with a guy who will give anyone one Bitcoin to prove the globe. If what you're saying is true you would earn yourself one Bitcoin. God speed.
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 @Reagh: at this point I will have to admit defeat and congratulate you on being such a good troll
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 22:22) (Below Threshold)
 @Balgaroth: gravity is density, buoyancy and electro magnetic. The earth is negatively charged. As soon as anything is not touching the earth it becomes positively charged. Heliocentric model is the model you believe in by the way and you just said it was debunked. Heliocentric = sun centered. Meaning the planets orbit the sun. Of course this is not true. All of the luminaries (light bodies) in the sky, including the sun and moon orbit the earth. Geocentric is the truth.
Certain pyramids and monolithic sites prove this.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 22:26) (Below Threshold)
 @sylvainvanier: you think that link proves a curve?
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 @Reagh: stop trying to be the most outspokenly dumb person on pinkbike, @doublecrownaddict already has that title...
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you are seriously presenting those 2 YouTube videos as evidence? and you expect people to take that as a credible source? you will never change your mind because you have no desire to, you have found your truth, good luck with it.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 22:34) (Below Threshold)
 @TypicalCanadian: congratulations on presenting no substance.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 22:36) (Below Threshold)
 @roguecheddar: do you wear a mask for protection? Are you lining up to get an experimental "vaccine" to protect you from the boogie man?
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 @Reagh: That's a cool video! So if the Earth is Flat and you can take a trip to only 2 small parts of the Antarctica Circle, how come I can't see the Ice Wall? It is Flat after all and even lasers have proven it is flat. But I can't see the wall?? There must be a simple explanation but Google doesn't give me much. I am sure you've done the research and ALL of us trolls on PB would love to know the answer.

Since no curvature exist and the refraction theory is bogus, unless the wall are just a couple of feet high, you would think we see it. And it must be higher to contain the water and the tides. Oh right, you have an explanation for the tides too...
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 @Reagh: mate you wouldn't understand energy or frequency if they kicked you up the arse. Please go jump off the edge of the flat earth and do us all a favour.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 22:46) (Below Threshold)
 @RichieNotRude: like I said. No one believes there's an edge to the flat earth that you can jump off.
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 @Reagh: No. But so is all the other stuff you've shared so far hasn't proven anything. I'm still waiting for a reasonable explanation for flying around.

Full of mystery this flat planet is... Mulder knew it...
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 22:53) (Below Threshold)
 @sylvainvanier: you simply can't see the edge in those areas, presumably because it's too far in the distance. There is footage of parts of the ice wall though.

Geez guys I don't have all the answers. No one does and that's okay. The whole point here is that we are lied to. If you want to trust "science" and get a vaccine for whatever stupid 19 is then go ahead. Our world is upside down and stupid 19 is the latest proof. Old growth forest logging at feiry Creek on Vancouver Island is more proof that you should not trust government or corporations, or big pharma. I believed in the ball earth until about 6 months ago. I'm just like you. Except I'm a seeker. Not sure what you are.
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flag Reagh (Jun 19, 2021 at 22:58) (Below Threshold)
 @sylvainvanier: explanation for flying around??? No one flys around a globe earth ever. Flight paths on flat earth are explained and make way more sense than the globe earth map. Look it up or I can send you another link that won't prove anything right.
You have to do the work yourself man.
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 @Reagh: yes to both, because I give a shit about my fellow humans, even the ones devoid of logical thinking skills such as yourself. you have presented no evidence whatsoever to back up any of your theories, none. all you've done is link to YT vids made by non-scientists in their mom's basement. Not good enough. If you are going to argue with every highly intelligent scientist on planet earth about something has has been considered fact and proven to be correct countless times for over 2000yrs you better come up with something good, something you have absolutely failed to do. You are firmly in the minority by holding this ridiculous belief as is firmly evidenced by the comments here but you continue to ask others to present evidence to counter you. You have put yourself in the position of being the one who needs to pony up with the proof by being so contrary to scientific fact. You may as well come on here and tell us all that Giraffes have six legs, it's that level of stupid. I've been in a plane at 40,000ft and seen the curvature of the earth, I've seen it from a ship 1000miles from shore in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, but keep believing that the boogie man is covering up the "truth" because that's what conspiracy theorists do because it's all they know how to do. Try something more productive.
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 @Reagh: Learn some f*cking grammar.
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 @giantwhip: nicely put but you ruined it at the end, ad populum is a fallacy, like when things used to be the other way around, before eratosthenis.
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 @letsgoridebikes18: If he could actually make an argument about it, he wouldn't argue about it
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 @Reagh: I’m dying a little on the inside as I chide in here….. but….
The Ross ice shelf is without a doubt the flattest placed that I have seen (about as flat as the open ocean). although it’s flat you can see 4000m mountains rise up over the horizon from 200km away as you drive towards them and disappear as you drive away. It’s as if you travel towards a horizon over a curved globe like thing.

For historical reference the ‘great ice barrier’ described by James Clarke Ross was 700km north (seaward) of where I was. But there are lots of rocky beaches and stuff that you can land on if you sail there from any latitude and longitude.

The major restriction to public travel there is the search and rescue services to that would be obliged to people that get in to trouble. It’s an easy place to get in to trouble and die.

Just wind your clock back six months and read a bit more widely.
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 @Reagh: how you study non physical phenomena? I'll wait....
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 @Reagh: but according to you, if it’s flat, you should be able to spot anything in the distance. Surely someone has tried with a telescope? Unless, that too, is a fallacy in its functionality.
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 I’m hoping that this train wreck of an exchange will at least provide some entertainment value for Gee during his recovery.
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 @Reagh: No satellite tv for you dumbass...
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I have decided you are right.

You have showed me the way brother.
The earth Iain fact... Flat.

I always tried to work out how Australians didn't fall off as they were upside down and you Canadians were sideways, yet when I went to Canada and China I didn't fall over and I was still stood upright. Still a little confused as I looked out of the window and I couldn't see forever but it looked kinda curved!

I realise now that my bike wheel isn't spinning when I cycle my bike,. It I am simulating the pizza cutter.

I realise that this message isn't transmitted though satellites up in the sky, but it bounces off the top of the oven door in the giants house we live in.

It isn't a sun in the sky, there is no day and night, but the big giant is turning the oven light on and off.

This explains global warming, he is turning the oven up to brown off the pizza.

You have saved me my brother.
I am saved.

I can't see the curve of the earth either, I always believed it was because I was really small compared to that curve, but it must be because it's a deep crust and not a thin and crispy.

The rest on here need wake up and be saved also.

The earth is in fact a big pizza.
Once it was a Hawaiian with dinasaurs and now it's a meat feast wth us humans.

Thank you. I am saved.
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 @Reagh: I want to see how the japs reached pearl harbor according to your line of thinking...
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 @giantwhip: sorry downvoted you by mistake.
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 @Reagh: dude, are you seriously using the chilli peppers as an academic argument? A bunch of guys who have admitted to snorting enough white powder up their nose to support a medium size South American country?
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flag filryan (Jun 20, 2021 at 1:06) (Below Threshold)
 @Onetrickpony: the mountains arnt Necessarily just disappearing over the curve. Have you heard of angular resolution, things disappear because we can only see down to a certain angle but if you have a camera or something that has a powerful soon you can still see them. I have worked with a flat earther for a good year so I've heard all the arguments. A few of them make sense logically which I think is park of the problem. The earth curves at 8 inch per mile squared and there is proof of people zooming in on things they shouldn't be able to see. Plenty of them on YouTube. So logically if you can see around a curve how can it be there ? But because I don't understand the science of why the logical answer is wrong I would be more likely to belive the logical answer.
It's the same with a few things. You can't have 2 differnt pressure systems nect to each other without a sealed container. The pressure will equalise. So how can you have the atmosphere of earth next to the perfect vacuum of space but we are also able to fly from one to the other. Logically there has to be a barrier and we can't fly through it or the 2 pressure systems would equalise as they do on earth. That is easier to belive than than the science explanation that most don't understand.
The coriolis effect. So sniper has to take this in to account when shooting long distances. If it effects a bullet why doesn't it effect a plane. If you fly say north to South then why isn't the run way spinning under you east to west when you come to land. If you fly east to west at the equator which spins at 1000mph how can you ever get to your destination when the plane is traveling at 500mph. Logically either the coriolis effect doesn't effect bullets or the earth doesn't spin.
I enjoyed the arguments but was never bothered enough to look up why the flat earther is wrong.
One thing he does say is true tho. .
We are all brainwashed from birth, we are told x,y and z at school without proof and we take it as gospel. In reality they don't prove to us that we are on a wobbly space pair traveling in 4 directions at crazy speeds through the universe. But we know it is true
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 @filryan: all those questions have answers, but it's much more comforting to the powerless to feel that someone is controlling everything while lying to them. Nonsense filling the vacuum left in the part of the brain that came up with all organised religions. There used to be cults, now they're virtual and enable followers to participate from their couch and rarely have to confront the reality of their bullshit. Exceptions such as the January Capitol excursion do occur. Probably more than a few flat earthers there. But hit them reality did in the end. They had booked a ticket to revolution Disneyland and ended up as unwitting terrorists. The brain can be a very stupid place, ripe for pranking and manipulation if the conditions are right, isn't that so, @Reagh ?
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 @letsgoridebikes18: the recent rise in flat earth theory was started by small Christian religious groups with waneing numbers as older members die off. thay created an us against them idea that the world is flat quoting old scripture and referencing old map's using the old chesnut the government is hiding the truth to bring in nieve uneducated fringe society youth to indoctrinate. Some YouTubers such as jeranism Have took advantage of the whole affair and created a large following s in the subject.
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 @theberminator: I think whatever side of the earth that we think that we are on, we can agree that it was Gee that has very recently made it flat.
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Thank god. Or whoever your deity is. Mine is the person who created the manual transmission.

And like a true American no I haven’t done any research so if that dude did any bad stuff I’m unaware.
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 @Reagh: It''s true... if every experiment confirms that the earth is round it's clear proof of some massive conspiracy! Sure, the experiments completely destroy the notion the earth is flat, but jt's that deep!

Evey physics student in the world is immeduately taken away and chipped by Disney.

Indeed, it's not well known, that Newton actually got a fat check from Disney back in the days (they will never tell us about that the timetravel engine made by Gearloose is actually real).
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 @Reagh: I love how you've been presented with eyewitness, tangible, accounts of places and things you've talked about... Like no 24 hr sun in Antarctica... Bud is like... Yo, I've been there and seen the 24 summer... And your like.... Poppycock! You know nothing....


I also like how some actual smart people come on here... Basically mentally bitch slapped you back into the womb... And you're still tossing quotes from a guy with youtube channel and a podcast.... When it starts actually getting real, real, and you know you don't have a leg to stand on. Against clearly higher educated people then you... And you revert ot the classic....

I don't have all the answers. Bro... Do your own research... Then in a diatribe about vaccines and big pharma, old growth logging, and how we are all sheep who are believing the lies feed to us... But you found a podcast 6 months ago and now your woke.....

Classic response tactics of your kind....
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 @filryan: Yes, they do prove it to us. I don't know about the physics classes in the UK, but where I went to school it was in fact proven to us.
Regarding your last three points:
-There is no sudden pressure difference and there is not one single height were outer space begins and the earths atmosphere ends. The earths atmosphere gradually gets thinner the higher you get, that's why aircraft have pressurized cabins. This also means that there multiple definitions of where space actually begins.
If you'd like to read more on that:

-The corriolis effect does indeed affect airplanes. The force is just orders of magnitude smaller than other forces the plane experiences. The most significant of them being wind, which in turn is affected greatly by the corriolis effect. An interesting article on this topic:

A lot of the misunderstandings have to do with the fact, that we humans don't have an intuitive understanding of different frames of reference, especially when it comes to deciding whether a system is an inertial frame of reference or not.
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 @mtnbkrmike: I hope so too. However, we probably don’t want Gee to laugh hysterically since he has broken ribs Wink
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 @isla0xtkpiq45ulaey2: so you know more about the subject meaning you know why the logical is wrong. I really enjoyed the arguments at work because it made the day go faster but that didn't extened to doing any research on the subject. Because he knew I didn't know all about the subjects but argued with him anyway made him even more hot headed and made him worse. It was hilarious to watch him wind him self up.
The points you explained make sense tho, as for at school we were told about space and the like buy I'm sure we didn't go in to it too much. It may depend on age too, I'm 39 so school was a long time ago meaning it may well be taught and proved now. Also I wasn't in the top set for physics so maybe the more brainy kids did get it taught to them with explanations.
What ever the reason its the same as in my job,(electrician) we say a little bit of knowledge is dangerous. Meaning people can change a plug top and they think they can rewire the whole house. 99 times out of 100 they do something dangerous.
The flat earthers learn little bits about everything and think they know better than the rest of the world. Once you start down that rabbit hole then you start to see lies and conspiracies in everything.
Some of the other are amazing.
So apart from the flat earth he believes

We live under a solid barrier

We never went to the moon

The sun and mood are a lot closer to us

Stars and just lights

The North Pole is at the centre of the flat earth map with the south Pole all around the "edge"
Which is why a compass works. Although some belive in more land mass out side of that.

Evolution is a lie

Dinosaurs are made up

The giants causeway is the petrified remains of a tree stump from a 20-30 Miles high tree.

All that is before you get in to 911 and the real reasons ww2 started.
It was constant entertainment
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Well now we know what Gee landed on in his spectacular crash....@Reagh's head.....

Get well soon buddy...sending love and good wishes from around - ahem - sorry, ACROSS the world....
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 @Reagh: the program has the same rules but all outcomes and experiences are entirely unique. Basically like assassins creed valhalla
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 @Reagh: what are your thoughts on Jesus?
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flag TypicalCanadian (Jun 20, 2021 at 9:43) (Below Threshold)
 @BenPea: there’s always someone like you who has to throw out a blanket insult to all religions when it isn’t warranted.... shock, the douche in this case is French.
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 @betsie: @mikelevy if this isn't in the next podcast I'm starting a petition to have you fired
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 @Jheitt142: Agreed. @mikelevy we want a full flat Earth podcast episode please.
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 @yoobee: please don't, this is comedy gold
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 @TypicalCanadian: go f*ck yourself if you don't want to understand and resort to idiotic nationism. Did your statement at from live for your fellow man or are you just a Christian (TM) attack dog?

It's a pretty obvious psychological phenomenon. Everything's complicated, let's give people a story to keep them on an even keel.
Religion filled a gap in human understanding of the universe, there's nothing controversial about that. Where was the insult?
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 @TypicalCanadian: *at from live -> stem from love
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flag TypicalCanadian (Jun 20, 2021 at 10:35) (Below Threshold)
 @BenPea: insulting and swearing about “nationalism” while implying all religion fills a part of the brain meant for nonsense.... haha, keep it classy.

I’m not here to get into a religious debate with you, since the way you conduct yourself on the topic isn’t constructive. But I have no problem calling out a stereotypical supercilious French dick on a bike website... thanks for the irony.
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 @TypicalCanadian: why are you obsessed with my nationality? I'm as English as I am French, grew up there, maybe that side is the problem, or maybe it's because I've got brown hair and am left footed.
Call me a douche for no reason and then cry about being insulted.... Go f*ck yourself again. Nationism not nationalism. I made the word it up. Like people make shit up to make life seem less scary. The nonsense I was referring to is the conspiracy BS. I suggest polishing up on your reading comprehension. And maybe leaving your village once in a while. Then xenophobia, insecurity and oversensitivity may cease to be the bedrock of your faith.
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flag TypicalCanadian (Jun 20, 2021 at 10:52) (Below Threshold)
 @BenPea: haha ok dude. I can see you’re pretty upset because I laughed at your comments (and subsequent angry response). Sorry about that, best of luck!
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 @TypicalCanadian: go away, you poor quality individual. You've contributed nothing.
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 @BenPea: I apologized man. I can see (based off your baseless insult hurling and repeating swearing) that you’re really upset. It’s ok. It’s a bike website, no need to get all worked up!
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 @filryan: I gotta admit, arguing with people like that is indeed fun. It's not productive in any way unfortunately, because nothing can and will change their standpoint. I think the main problem isn't that people don't get taught about these subjects, but rather that they didn't learn how to critically analyze the sources of information they consumer. This, in my experience, especially applies to people who went to school before the internet, but are still young enough to use the full extent of technology nowadays. Schools nowadays have caught on to how important it is to teach people about how to notice whether a source is credibly or not.
I might be a little off on how much I was taught in high school btw, it is entirely possible that I learned a few of those things in college.

You are absolutely right, those people are the most dangerous. The first thing I was taught in my engineering design class, was to always have the dumbest person in mind and make sure that even they can't hurt themselves with your product. I can only imagine how bad it must be as an electrician.

Geez, he does sound like a fun person. I mean it's certainly exciting, but I don't think I could make it through a day of working with this guy.
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 @isla0xtkpiq45ulaey2: maybe kids don't know enough until collage to be able to understand the whys of it. I can imagine having the Internet has been a massive advantage and tool for teachers and kids theses days. We had computers with floppy discs that didn't really do anything.

Hahahaah well it helps that he is actually a very likable person, it was a good yearwoeking with him.
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 @reagh, @sylvainvanier: I hope he’s right that the earth is flat. When he proves to be right it will make a great movie. Like the movie starring rowdy roddy piper where he has sunglasses that allow the wearer to see the aliens that no one else can see.
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That's a good John Carpenter movie.

Reach doesn't deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence as that film
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 @Reagh: fully agree!
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 @Reagh: what’s an ice wall?
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 @nurseben: it the thing between him and reality
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 Your an idiot @letsgoridebikes18:
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 @Durtwrx: that was uncalled for and juvenile. But I guess this is Pinkbike…
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 @Reagh: do yourself a favor. Turn on Strava, ride to the end of the earth, take a picture and share it! Or go for an airplane ride and learn the truth instead ...
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 @TypicalCanadian: Are you still thinking about me every night, like you admitted to in that other thread?
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 @Reagh: whoosh
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 @letsgoridebikes18: let's mention how easy it would be to get rid of people if we just had to walk them off a plank and out into space they go!!
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 The Flat Earthers shit is absolutely priceless! Best comment stream ever...
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 I'm having so much fun trolling...
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 Mountain biking wouldn't be the same if the Earth were flat Big Grin
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 @sylvainvanier: I like how you present him with tangible, eyewitness, accounts of a place you've been... And he's like..... Ya bruh you lying about Antarctica...
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 Last weekend I was in Lac Blanc bike park. First park ride of the season. Nice weather, excellent grip.. It was great!

Until a helicopter came to pick someone up. I know that we all crash sometimes, but the energy afterwards remained quite sh&tty.

Anyway, Gee, get well soon!!
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 I was there also that weekend. I also haven’t been to lac Blanc when a helicopter hasn’t came.
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 That medical chart is going to read: “patient admitted due to traumatic badassery, bike seems to be intact. Family requests patient is informed about the bike’s condition”.

Heal up Mr. Atherton!
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 This made me belly-laugh. I've seen two moto crash patients at my hospital rotation in the last two weeks, one road and one dirt, and am ashamed to say I asked about the bikes upon entry to their rooms.
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 Femur brakes suck! Glad his spine and skull are ok. Hopefully his road to rehab is straight and simple.
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 I was very confused as to this new brand Femur and their apparently sucky brakes, then I figured it out...
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 Dude he's a M O U N T A I N B I K E R he's not riding the "road" to recovery!
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 @landscapeben: Well played
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 @o1inc: Yeah there's a lot of people out there who don't grasp humour too well Beer
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 No way, such rubbish news. Heal up soon!
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 maybe im a soft bastard but this almost made me cry
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 I nearly did too. I follow Rach on Insta and her pic this morning of Gee with a big grin is the sort of thing you'd use at a funeral, or a 'remembering my awesome bro' post. I saw that, and then 'big crash' and my heart just fraking sank.
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 Man that's shitty but it was only a matter of time with how huge he had been going this last year. Those last few Redbull edits were some of the craziest lines I have ever seen.
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 I just got woken up in Sydney, Australia by some massive earthquake. Then I saw this so it made sense. Get elk soon Gee!
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 With so many broken bones on a guy like Gee I wonder there was no news about an earthquake. Heal up soon!
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 Hope he’s ok! Hard to believe there is no concussion with a broken eye socket. Either way brutal but I feel like a concussion should be part of the report to help people understand the range of head injuries and keep ppl from underreporting them
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 Damn Gee! If he's that busted up, I'd love to know whatever he hit looks like. Bloke is solid!
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 just over a year ago, I crashed and broke 6 ribs, clavicle, scapula, collapsed a lung, and had a minor brain hemorrhage. got life flighted out and had a couple surgeries. a couple years prior someone caved my eye socket in with brass knuckles, had a surgery from that one too. I feel ya, Gee, good luck with recovery.
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 I kinda want to but really don't want to see the footage of that crash. Must have been a beast of a wreck.
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 I know that Stoke is a place in the UK, but the Royal Stoke University Hospital sounds like the place you go to get your stoke repaired. Best wishes to Gee in his recovery!
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 The unfortunate truth is that, despite the name, Stoke is bit of a dump. Like many towns in the North of England it boomed thanks to heavy industry, but has been on a gradual downward trend for the last 100 years.
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 wow, that's awful. heal up dude
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 Again? in 2019 at Whistler he broke a leg hope it was not the same one he had operated on before dude is made of stone. Sending massive healing vybz
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 glad to read at the end that he is awake, and has his spine ok... that must have been a really really nasty crash... he's basically broken everywhere... best wishes for the recovery, G.
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 I wish him all the best. Rubbish state of affairs. I'm sure we all know what's it's like to break yourself bad on this sport and the effect it can have on you. Speedy recovery.
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 Get well soon. Glad to see where he was has such great medical response.
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 "You should see the other guy..."

Hope he gets better soon
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 Eff!! Heal up fast Gee! Can’t imagine what suck you’re going through but whatever u were up to had to be HUGE! Sorry man.
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 If there is one man to come out swinging after such a crash than this Gee guy !! Hope he hast all he need to recover and get back on a bike soon.
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 Bummed, Gee is a rad individual and frankly the entire clan seems awesome. GWS Gee!
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 Get well Gee! This year a rider in Russia died after crash with broken skull, while wearing full face helmet. Stay safe everyone!
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 Hope surgery went ok and that Gee is in a stable state and that he heals up well stay strong gee my thorts go out to you and all the atherton team
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 Heal up fast Gee and best wishes mate! You have been a great assett to the sport and have brought us some incredible events and footage to motivate and shock us. Thank you for what you have done so far. Cheers man!!
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 Gee is still pushing boundaries in the sport. I can imagine he has one of the best teams around him. The Athertons are legends in the sport and its not nice reading about bad crashes. All the best dude.....
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 We wish you a full and speedy recovery, last but not least ... and some good doctors and good nursing to help you through the painfull times [saying this in profesional way not for the PB troll factor].

You will hopefully see a storming comeback similiar to Bulldog's run in Leogang.
Stay positive and take your time to heal up.
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 Just for a moment consider the environmental impact of Gee on the ground he hit, no terrain is going get off lightly!
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 Sorry to hear this, Gee is such an excellent role model and sportsman, I hope he heels up fast and is not in too much pain.
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 Sounds brutal... Hope you recover fully and quick. You're a beast !
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 Gee is a legend and has done it all. Healing vibes
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 Gee has been on fire. I was looking forward to seeing him bring that through the world cup and then on to Rampage. Rest up that man.
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 The femur is the tough one. That's a really bad bone to break. Lot's of people fully recover from it, but lots of people don't, and I don't know if hardness, or athleticism, are determining factors.
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 Get well soon Gee! I relieved to know you haven't suffered any serious injuries. Keep the ice and ibuprofen going and you'll be biking again in no time.
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 Jeez injuries to...a lot. That list really kept going. I assume he was Ina. Full face, probably googles...must have been a hell of a wreck. Speedy recovery.
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 Sending healing vibes your way ! Must have been quite the crash
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 He had minor injuries after that horrific snow jump crash, this must have been mega
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 Dude is so gnarly, heal up Gee!
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 Fucking hell the mountain must be in one hell of a state if Gee has these injuries!! Mans an absolute animal!!
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 Such a shredder! Get well soon Gee man!
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 Best of luck and heal stronger Gee!
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 Gee is awesome .get well soon mate .
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 I just crashed Monday. Probable ACL gone! After reading this……I’m grateful. Prayers for a 100% recovery.
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 I'm sure Atherton bikes can 3D print anything that needs replacing. We can make make him better....stronger.... faster. Get well soon Gee, you are an animal!
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 Gutted to read this, heal up soon Gee!
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 It's gotta be huge if Gee is down. That guy is tough as nails. Heal up man!
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 Those facial injuries! It must have been massive.
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 I swear I just saw an Instagram of him in innsbruck practising dh. Anyways, a speedy recovery to a big hitter
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 I imagine he left a crater of meteoric size when he hit.
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 that must've been a gnarly crash, feel better atherton
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 Heeling vibes from the peaks Gee man!
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 Must be brutal for him to go through airport security
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 Heal up quick!
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 Healing vibes bro x
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 My body started aching just reading this
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 Toughest man in the game! Huge respect for his committed riding style. Heal up Gee!
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 Heal up man!
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 Stay strong ,just wish you the best men
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 pit in stomach. flashback to dan. healing vibes gee
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 Shit!! That sucks! Sorry to hear that Gee. Get well soon.
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 Get well soon Gee
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 That means there is footage of the crash and I personally wouldn’t want to watch. Heal up, Gee!
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 Hoping for a speedy recovery Gee!
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 Hoping you get well and soon, Gee!
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 Recover well, Gee!
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 cant wait till you get back up G!
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 Get well soon Gee and see ya on the bike when the times right.
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 Best wishes Gee! Love watching you ride.
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 Sending fast healing vibes your Gee, get well soon.
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 Best wishes gee heel fast fella the MTB world need you bruva
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 Heal up Gee man, must have been massive, healing vibes being sent Smile
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 Get well soon
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 Get well soon Gee. Must have been one he'll of a smash Frown
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 I thought the nose and eye socket were part of the head. Oh well, back to school.
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 Hope he heals up fast, sounds like a big one.
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 What Bone Gee doesn't broke yet ?
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 Get well G! Wonder if the frame glue held up.
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 Hope he heals up but such an Evil Knievel vibe he has going at this point.
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 He has been pushing it lately
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 Healing vibes Gee Man!!
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 I hope that down vote was a mistake.
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 Royal Stole University Hospital, you cant make stuff like that uo
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 Get well soon Gee
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 The pottery/ceramic industry of Stoke has just come to an abrupt end.
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 heal up soon Gee man!
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 Don’t you worry he will be racing the next WC Gee is suer human
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 wow, yeah, i came for the comments.
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 Trump said rake the forest! This wouldn’t have happened!
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 WoW FCK. I made the good décision stopping DH
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 Me too. A few hard hits and a broken wrist that required surgery to resolve told me to stop DH, particularly drops over 4ft and very rocky terrain. Just not worth the risk. I'll gladly ride the Blue DH trails and some Black Diamond DH trails, but I'm done with the Double Black stuff.
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 @SuperHighBeam: just not worth the risk cant agree more ! Have fun riding things you enjoy and bE safe mate
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 Vid or it didnt happen
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 Do you really want to see a vid of a crash that led to some gnarly injuries?
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 @SuperHighBeam: yes!! Used to watch faces of death on my breaks between classes lol (I'm old now I know)
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 @megamichaelangelo: You sick bastard. Why?
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