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FlatEarth briefly explained[edit]

Flat Earth = The Earth is not a Globe. The images of Earth as a globe is fake. The reality of the situation is that the Earth is demonstrably motionless and planular. If you take away the fake images, what proof is there that its a spinning ball? What proof is that its flat and motionless? The images are a fraud. The Moon landing charade were staged public events that created an emotional reaction around the release of the first image of the ball in 1968, The blue marble. There is no real imagery of the Earth as a whole. Nasa.com/space.com is all cgi bullshit imagery.. The true shape of Earth based on scientific evidence suggests it is a plane. There is no evidence of curvature. There is no evidence of motion. Its all bullshit.

Nasa Fraud Evidence[edit]

  • Moon Landing
  • Space Station
  • Satellites
  • Space Shuttle

Globe Earth False Positives[edit]

Take away the fake image and your left with a bunch of lame as proofs. Its ridiculous. If Earth were a globe we would be able to measure it. I'd be able to say " hey siri, Whats the amount of curvature in 20 miles?" We'd be able to prove it with visual experimentation. On film visual experiments accurately measuring the rate of curvature. Accurate measurements of Earth's rate of curvature. Its nearly a perfect sphere. Fck what Neil Degrasse Tyson said about it being oblate or whatever, trying to confound the math. The math is simple. All the fake photos are perfect fkn spheres. In 2015 Micheal Kankhe released a diagram of Earth done with Autocad displaying the expected amount of curvature that should be detected.

Instead we get bullshit proofs

  • boats over horizon
  • degrasse - pear stuff
  • coriolis
  • pendulum

Flat And Motionless Evidence[edit]


  • Water


  • Gyroscopes


PRE 2015[edit]

flat Earth hypotheses originated with the English writer Samuel Rowbotham (1816–1884). Based on conclusions derived from the Bedford Level experiment, Rowbotham published a pamphlet Zetetic Astronomy. He later expanded into a book Earth Not a Globe, proposing the Earth is a flat disc centered at the North Pole and bounded along its southern edge by a wall of ice, Antarctica, with the Sun and Moon 3,000 miles (4,800 km) and the "cosmos" 3,100 miles (5,000 km) above Earth.[1] He also published a leaflet titled The inconsistency of Modern Astronomy and its Opposition to the Scriptures!!, which argued that the "Bible, alongside our senses, supported the idea that the earth was flat and immovable and this essential truth should not be set aside for a system based solely on human conjecture"[2] (see Biblical literalism).

Rowbotham and followers like William Carpenter gained attention by successful use of pseudoscience in public debates with leading scientists such as Alfred Russel Wallace.[3][4][5] Rowbotham created a Zetetic Society in England and New York, shipping over a thousand copies of Zetetic Astronomy.[6]

After Rowbotham's death, Lady Elizabeth Blount established a Universal Zetetic Society, whose objective was "the propagation of knowledge related to Natural Cosmogony in confirmation of the Holy Scriptures, based on practical scientific investigation". The society published a magazine, The Earth Not a Globe Review, and remained active well into the early 20th century.[7] A flat Earth journal, Earth: a Monthly Magazine of Sense and Science, was published between 1901–1904, edited by Lady Blount.[8]

2015 Onward[edit]

Math Powerland
  1. Schick, Theodore; Lewis Vaughn How to think about weird things: critical thinking for a new age Houghton Mifflin (Mayfield) (31 October 1995) Template:ISBN p.197
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  3. Nature April 7, 1870.
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  5. Hampden, John (1870): The Bedford Canal swindle detected & exposed. A. Bull, London.
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