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« on: February 16, 2007, 05:42:15 PM »
Please do me the favor of explaining an atmospheric system on a flat earth.

As I am sure you know, atmosphere is the term for the layer of gases that surround a material body of sufficient mass. These gases are maintained around the body by its gravity.  If the earth has no gravitational pull of its own there is no longer the possibility of an atmosphere.

Even without acceleration, gasses accumulated on the flat earth would submit to Diffusion forcing them to areas of least concentration (space).

If these gasses are held as a result of the ice wall and acceleration "catching" these gasses; you now no longer have the possibility of flight above your ice wall.

If these gasses are consistent throughout space, there is now amounts of matter in relative opposition that would destroy the earth at the speeds it must travel in order to maintain an acceleration to produce the "illusion" of gravity.