posted on Jul, 21 2015 @ 03:49 PM
originally posted by: pfishy
I really hope this thread doesn't fizzle out this quickly. I haven't really gotten any feedback on the topic yet.
OK Pfishy, I'll help you keep the thread alive. I enjoy the flat earth theory. I do not beLIEve it, but there are still arguments I haven't been
able to debunk yet.
Flight Routes in Southern Hemisphere - Never shows direct flights from say South Africa to Austrailia, or Austrialla to Chile. Routes don't seem to
make sense on globe earth model, but do on a flight earth map.
Antartica Mystery - For an area that is most likely full of resources to make our life better, it's under treaty and pretty hands off.
No real convincing photo's of our globe earth. Yes even with the brand new one this week. After decades in space, we should have thousands of true
photos of our earth as a globe. When doing a Google search, the majority of "photos" are illustrations or photo composites. Even NASA s site has
only a limited amount of photos in low resolution. While were at it, the latest photo released this week is from a satellite a million miles away,
while our moon is only 238,900 miles away. Why not take a photo of the two heavenly body's together. That would shut up the Flat Earthers once and
Beyond that are the other questions of curvature, water always being level, etc, etc. Flat Earth is great fun and an interesting thought experiment.
I like to question everything and there are lots of fun things to consider in this debate. And I enjoy the fighting between the Flat Earthers and the
Globe Earthers on Youtube. It's like mental Professional Wrestling.