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Flat Earth Q&A / New member with open mind
« on: April 04, 2015, 07:38:07 AM »
I am a 50 y.o. engineer who has learned to be skeptical of the mainstream information like evolution, heliocentric theory, moon landing.

So I have an open mind on the flat earth theory.

I am re-posting some of the questions another gentleman posted because I didn't see an answer for any of the questions.  A few questions are my own.

1. Do you believe that other planets are round?  If so why?

2. What happens when you reach the edge of a flat earth? Do you fall off?

3. What is at the bottom of a flat earth?

4. Is the flat earth out in space? What holds the flat earth up?

5. The sun is explained as having a spot light effect in the flat earth theory to explain night and day.  If the sun is an orb that shines 360 degrees how is this possible?  Or is the sun not an orb in the flat earth theory.

6. How wide is the flat earth? And how far up would you have to go to see the whole flat earth from above?

My understanding is that the story that Christians believed in a flat earth until Columbusí time, and for some time thereafter, began as part of a fictional story that was elevated to historical fact by late 19th-century Darwinists who used it primarily as a means to ridicule Christians.   Christian theologians, almost without exception, likewise accepted the fact that the earth is a sphere.   Basically Christians never believed in the flat earth.

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