How wide is the flat Earth

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How wide is the flat Earth
« on: October 05, 2016, 02:53:30 PM »
Is there a consensus or even a majority opinion about the width of the flat earth plain from ice wall to ice wall? i.e. the diameter of the map that most people use to depict the flat earth.

Re: How wide is the flat Earth
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2016, 02:54:21 PM »
The wiki says it I think, but a bunch of people think its infinite.
I wonder how obnoxious I can make my signature?
Please give me ideas.

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Re: How wide is the flat Earth
« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2016, 10:40:45 PM »
Is there a consensus or even a majority opinion about the width of the flat earth plain from ice wall to ice wall? i.e. the diameter of the map that most people use to depict the flat earth.
Well, you could do what we all get advised to do, and look up "the Wiki".

So like "good little children" we do that and get confronted language that "good little children" should never get exposed to:
Quote from: the Wiki
hacked by Mr.DreamX196
[!] Indonesian Intelligence Security

Flat Earth ?? This is just f###ing fact

Not to be deterred, we realise that there is another society called The Flat Earth Society at TFES.org. We should be able to access their Wiki at The Flat Earth Wiki.

Oops, that didn't work. It took us to http://wiki.google.com/The_Flat_Earth_Wiki.

Now who are the "little children"? Yes, the administrators of this site have so childishly converted "http://wiki.tfes.org/The_Flat_Earth_Wiki" into "http://wiki.tfes.org/The_Flat_Earth_Wiki". Just how low can you get?

This site's own Wiki has been hacked, but they will not let us access their "competitor"!

But here is what the "http://wiki.tfes.org/The_Flat_Earth_Wiki" says about the size of "the known earth":
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The Ice Wall
The figure of 24,900 miles is the diameter of the known world; the area which the light from the sun affects. Along the edge of our local area exists a massive 150 foot Ice Wall. The 150 foot Ice Wall is on the coast of Antarctica. The Ice Wall is a massive wall of ice that surrounds Antarctica. The shelf of ice is several hundred meters thick. This nearly vertical ice front to the open sea is more than 50 meters high above the water's surface.

So there you have it! Now I wonder who measured that diameter? It seems a coincidence that we are told
Quote from: Fraser Cain
Circumference of the Earth
The circumference of the Earth in kilometers is 40,075 km, and the circumference of the Earth in miles is 24,901.
From: Universe Today, Circumference of the Earth

I think that the Flat Earth Society  :P "borrowed" the measurement for those terrible Globe eathers!  :P

I do so hope NASA wasn't involved! Actually I think you will find that Newton had more to do with that than NASA.