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Flat Earth Discussion Boards => Flat Earth General => Topic started by: bobby104402 on February 17, 2018, 01:35:17 AM

Title: A Concern I have: How do summer and winter solstice occur?
Post by: bobby104402 on February 17, 2018, 01:35:17 AM
Hi, I am currently researching the flat earth theorem and I have found a problem that makes no sense being How do summer and winter solstice occur? This just doesn't makes sense with a flat earth so could someone please explain it to me, till then I remain a believer of the round earth theorem.
Title: Re: A Concern I have: How do summer and winter solstice occur?
Post by: totallackey on February 17, 2018, 05:49:37 AM
Hi, I am currently researching the flat earth theorem and I have found a problem that makes no sense being How do summer and winter solstice occur? This just doesn't makes sense with a flat earth so could someone please explain it to me, till then I remain a believer of the round earth theorem.
Hi.

Please remain a believer in the round earth theorem and exit the board.
Title: Re: A Concern I have: How do summer and winter solstice occur?
Post by: ER22 on February 18, 2018, 03:11:49 PM
Hi, I am currently researching the flat earth theorem and I have found a problem that makes no sense being How do summer and winter solstice occur? This just doesn't makes sense with a flat earth so could someone please explain it to me, till then I remain a believer of the round earth theorem.
Hi.

Please remain a believer in the round earth theorem and exit the board.

lackey's answer is basically, we can't explain it, go away.
He's just to shy to say it.

Generally the FE crowd accepts 24 hr daylight at the north pole,
But 24 hour daylight at the south pole is not and can't be proven.

I agree, you can't build a flat earth model that has 24 hr daylight at the south pole.
On a sphere however, it does work.  Draw your own conclusion.