Regrettably, bullhorn, I can assure you that I do completely understand the points you make (grammar and punctuation notwithstanding). It's just a shame they do not have any relevance to the topic in question.

I have stuck to using observable data that we can see for ourselves here on Earth, and in particular make no claims as to the Earth being round, or that gravity exists (the original point, and one which you have yet to successfully argue): in fact, I have not been proposing that either of these exist, and none of my refutations of your counter-examples have relied on any such claims.

But, as has been demonstrated and agreed upon by all the posters here but yourself, your examples are either irrelevant or false.

In this thread, the burden of proof is on

**you** to make your case. If your examples have any flaws in them at all, they have to be discounted, since a flawed proof is no proof at all (a point which you have relied upon in other threads, I observe).

You will notice that in this particular thread (where you are offering "proofs" for a flat Earth, but they are of course just examples, which are not proofs anyway), people who disagree with you do not have to prove their case: that is a topic for those threads which are dealing with that subject. Here, they only have to point out the flaws in your arguments. But you

**do** have to prove your case, and any example you raise which has a mistake in it must be disregarded since it needs to be

**without error** in order to count as part of a proof. Any reasonable error which is brought up (where what we see around us does not match up with your example) negates the whole thing, and you have to give us another.

So bad examples, irrelevant examples, and bad metaphors might be what you think of as reasonable argument, but, unfortunately, they are not. Sidestepping issues when you are not doing very well, in particular the rather unsatisfactory conclusion:

That argument is valid. We will leave it at rest becuase its time to talk about another proof of a flat earth.

is hardly a sparkling rejoinder, or a witty repartee. I was so disappointed.

Like I said, you have to come up with something better if you want to prove your case. Do try harder: you were almost doing okay! So, as I have said now several times before: next!