Guys, can you please explain the working of seasons?
Given a flat-earth perspective, the length of time the Sun is in the sky should be the same in the UK and Australia, yet they are manifestly different. When it's Summer in the UK it's Winter in Australia, and vice-versa.
Does this mean you're going to have to expand your conspiracy theory to include anyone who has ever made a 'phone call form one location to the other and commented on the weather?
You obviously havn't looked into the explanation of seasons already proposed on this site.
When reading through your Flat Earth FAQ, I got to the unanswered questions section and immediately knew the answers to many of the questions. I felt I should share them with you in the hopes of expanding your FAQ.
Q: "How does the atmosphere stay on the Earth?"
A: This argument is a non sequitur, being based on the asumption that NASA is telling the truth about there being no air away from the earth's surface.
Q: Follow-up to previous question: "Then why is air thinner at high altitudes?" & "What about air pressure?"
A: This is a direct result of the earth's upward acceleration and the ice wall encircling it. Air pressure is the equivalent of the wind resistance you can experience by rolling down the window in a moving car. The ice wall helps to contain the air to prevent it from blowing off the edges as the earth moves, making the air relatively stationary across the planet while still being compressed by the air above it. This also explains why high altitudes also tend to have very high winds.
Q: "Explain the Coriolis force."
A: It has now been widely proven by scientists that the ficticious "Coriolis Effect" does not in fact exist. For proof of this claim, feel free to perform a Google search.
A: (in detail) The Coriolis Effect is a false observation based on a rotating point of reference. An object moving in a straight line above a rotating surface will appear to move in a curved line. FE Theory does not necessarily preclude the possibility of the earth spinning through space in a fashion similar to that of a spinning frisbee, which would in turn cause the appearance of the Coriolis Effect on objects moving in a true straight line. Contrary to popular belief, the Coriolis Effect has no affects on stationary objects such as water going down a drain. Again, feel free to do a Google search to verify these claims.
Q: "Why does the hull of a ship disappear over the horizon before the mast does?"
This is an optical illusion caused by the lens distortion effect of the air between you and said distant ship that causes the portion of the ship below a certain height to be indistiguishable from the surface of the water to the human eye. This is why the horizon appears "fuzzy" and there is a limit to line of sight across the earth's surface.
Q: "If the moon is a spotlight, why can I see a "man" in the moon (shadows cast by the sun on the hills and mountains on it) last I checked a light can't contain shadows."
A1: The moon is not a perfect light, and there are some parts dimmer than others. The sun has a similar characteristic called sunspots.
A2: The moon doesn't actually create the light but functions as a large reflecter of the sun's light. Details of this answer were explained in Q: "What about Lunar Eclipses"
Q: Explain magnetism is there is no South pole.
A: All compasses point towards the North pole. There does not need to be a south magnetic pole. It is possible that the opposite poles on compasses and magnets are repelled from the earth's north magnetic pole just as two magnets of the same charge are repulsed from one another. Conversely, the entire ice wall around the outer edge of the earth could have magnetically charged elements within the ice, with some portions having higher concentrations than others giving the appearance of a singular southern pole. As yet another alternate explanation, the other magnetic pole could be located on the opposite geographic face of the planet, i.e. the bottom.