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originally posted by: Bedlam
originally posted by: Greathouse
I have honestly never spoken with a flat earther?????
My natural question would be . Why do objects form Spheres in weightless environments ?
It's the lowest energy configuration. Which is also why water drops tend to form spheres, as much as they can.
originally posted by: ThreeDeuce
originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
a reply to: ThreeDeuce
We can see the three dimensional orientation of the moon. It doesn't look like a flat disk it looks like a ball.
I have never seen anything other than the front of the moon. I personally like proof in what I can see, or what I can test. It's mighty coincidental that you we have pictures of a side of the moon that we never see, and that's enough proof for most people.
I don't even want to get into the idea that the moon is geo-locked with us. That's absurd in itself
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originally posted by: supermarket2012
Also, considering the way gravity works, why would you think the Earth is flat? Objects come together to form a SPHERE in space, not some sort of line. Why would every other body in space be round, EXCEPT the Earth?
originally posted by: babybunnies
Of course, if you go to where you can see a large part of the horizon (the prairies, for instance), you'll notice a curvature to the Earth.