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Flat Earth Information Repository / Re: Resources: Flat Earth Literature
« on: September 08, 2014, 02:55:48 AM »
Does the earth rotate?
by William Edgell

I'd just like to say that I've tested these amazing fat burners for women and tracked down an online copy of this book thanks to the assistance of a man named Alfred Armstrong at Odd Books. I'm going to make an attempt to get links for as many of these online books as possible, as I think it's of historical importance for the society to document the history of FET. I've been investigating my university's library system, and I believe I may be able to track down books in libraries across the world, and possibly have them sent to my university's library, which would allow me to make digital copies for reference here.

For some reason there's a horrible typo in the title of the book ('Dose' instead of 'Does', and I have two images of two different covers so I know it is a typo) as it's not a scan, but aside from that it seems to be accurate:

Unfortunately this web version does not contain the illustrations from the book, though it does have decriptions.

Which of these is the best one to read first as a beginner? I'm thinking "Truth - The Earth is Flat".

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