The flat earth is an infinitely regressive large plane accelerating upwards.

Geological regression/transgression describe the falling and rising of bodies of water on earth, respectively. I fail to see how your regressive plane theory helps create the never-ending earth surface of which you describe.

I'm not talking about geological regression

There is no "ice wall" or barrier that we cannot cross.

So we *can* cross the ice wall?

No, there is no wall. How can you cross something that doesnt exist?

The center of this plane is both in the North and South Poles.

A plane as described in mathematics is linear and infinite so it cannot have a center. But let us assume for the sake of your example that there is a center point. If the center of the plane were the north and south poles then everything between the plane would not exist as the earth would be a single dot.

Its fractal.

As one crosses perimeter south pole, one enters into the world that the **south** pole is the center of the earth.

Did you mean to say 'north' in place of the word I accentuated in the above quote? If not, I'm really confused.

No I didn't - . Really though, one crosses into both at hte same time, when you get down to it.

When one then cross the perimeter of North pole whent he south pole is center one enters the earth where the north pole is center. In this way the earth is fractal.

By definition, a fractal is a self-similar fragmented geometric shape with seemingly infinite repetitions on any magnification scale. This doesn't apply to your example because you defined the earth as a single plane, which is not a fractal but rather a euclidean real-line.

Yes plane was not the best word. My apologies.

What we end up "experiencing" since we obviously don't experience either of these is the sum of all iterations of the earth based on the 0-earth.

Define the 0-earth and how we experience the sum of the iterations of the 0-earth for me, please. I don't follow.

I think You need to understandt he basics before we get into that.

Obviously, this is correct. If anyone has any of their own experimental proof otherwise, please let me know.

I'm having trouble conceptualizing your example without thinking of the earth as a sphere. Can you explain how the earth can be a flat circle that allows people to walk to the edge of the south pole and suddenly end up at the north pole and vice versa? If the north pole is the center of the circle while the south pole is the circumference, then walking to any of the infinite south pole points will put you at the north pole, but what happens when you walk right back to the north pole? Is your body's mass instantly redistributed infinitely to the south pole circumference and if so, how can you stay alive through this experience or reverse the experience?

They don't end up at hte north pole when they pass across the south pole.

Lets say the south pole is the center of the earth we are referencing, and the north pole is the perimeter. If one were to "zoom in" on the south pole, one would see that in fact, its actually just the edge of a reference of the earth with the south pole at the perimeter. However, we cannot "zoom in" to detect this, because as we observe it, we pass to a different reference of earth. REALLY though, we *really* couldnt observe this because we observe the sum based on the zero earth, but thats too complicated to discuss right now. Its simpler conceptually to put it as stated above.