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Brad

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  1. Seriously, all kidding aside, you really believe the earth is flat?
  2. I appreciate the invite to attempt to teach in a thread what took many years of college to fully understand but I chose to decline due to lack of time to do so in a meaningful way. You will have to sort these things out on your own. Good luck.
  3. I will agree to disagree and let it rest at that. I do not and can not expect other to see the world like I do.
  4. I agree. Gravity would ge really strange near the edge of a huge flat surface. The whole flat earth BS was promoted as a mudding the waters psy-op to destroy the credibility of anyone who espoused such nonsense. I have a degree in physics and trust me the gravity at the edge of a theoretical flat celestial body would cause you to star leaning severely towards the edge due to the bulk of the mass being towards the center. It just doesn't work out gravity wise. Imagine a huge 7,500 mile diameter CD in space.....anyone trying to stand near the perimeter would be at a severe angle and be caused to slide towards the center. ... Come on people think it through....no one knows the truth? This may sound good but this statement is false.....many KNOW the earth is of a spherical nature. Gravity and a long slow condensation type conservation of space defines this outcome after eons of matter condensing together in a vacuum. A flat earth would be occupied by Santa riding a unicorn
  5. I agree. Gravity would ge really strange near the edge of a huge flat surface. The whole flat earth BS was promoted as a mudding the waters psy-op to destroy the credibility of anyone who espoused such nonsense.
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