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Originally posted by Solarskye
I'd like to know how the earth cast it's shadow on the moon during a lunear eclipse if the sun is above the so called flat earth you theorize about? Only a sphere can cast a circular shadow and it looks circular to me. Is there another sun below this flat earth?
Originally posted by _Del_
One alternate theory holds that a "shadow object" which is invisible to the spectrum of light we see, moves in front of the moon. You could also theorize that the Finger of God or some other similarly luminous object appears behind earth creating a shadow, but I find that unlikely.
Originally posted by HuntaXX
Don't forget many people have traveled around the world and seen how its round for themselves and one even did so using nothing but the power of his own muscles. try asking those guys what they think about the flat earth theory and if your still not convinced maybe you should travel around the world for yourself? it would be the only practical way to be sure