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Flat Earth Q&A / Further Evidence!
« on: February 25, 2007, 11:38:39 AM »
These are my findings on some of the greatest minds' findings in the world. Sure they may have used their studies to promote their ideas and for funding further research, so they had them put into consumer formed entertainment.

There also seems to be proof that Shigeru Miyamoto also took an interest in astronomy as well.

Apparently, stars are actually flat planets as well, and each of the warp points creates an illusion from afar. As we can see from this view, the moon has a face.

Flat Earth Q&A / Limit of Sight
« on: February 24, 2007, 08:36:20 PM »
Call me crazy, or arrogant, or whatever, but I had a thought. If I were to go out west of California on a ship, way way out, and looked directly east, wouldn't I be able to see the mountains? There might be objections saying that eyes cannot see that far, but being able to see a moon from that far away makes this highly suspicous. Also, don't use the whole, "light makes it easier to see," horsewash. The fact that the sun is shining on the moon just makes it easier to locate, especially in the dark.

Unless the horizen is curving, why are the mountains and anything beyond that out of sight?

Oh crap I forgot about fog. Fog is the enemy.

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