posted on Feb, 12 2018 @ 10:58 AM
a reply to: FlyInTheOintment
I'm not a flat-earther.
But the first premise of all -- that we exist,
the second premise of all -- that what we perceive is real.
both are unprovable premises.
for all I know, the "core reality" is "flat" (2 dimensional)
and we are in a 3+ dimensional simulation.
Of course that's not what flat earth stuff is about.
In cosmology I believe, the math of the surface of an
event horizon is logically equivalent point per mapped
point, to the interior.
So if we are living inside a singularity, "an expanding universe"
or are on the surface of it, then in that very specialized
sense, we would have a flat reality, which convinces us
that it's 3+ dimensional.
But ultimately, yes... even if both of those points are
accurate.. in this probable SIMULATION in which we live
the simulated nutters should get in a simulated airplane to see
the curvature of this very pretty simulated 3D earth.