If the world was flat, out of all the people on the planet, dont you think someone by now would have made it to the edge of flat earth? Filmed it even, followed it around even. Just saying why have they not? Maybe because there is no flat earth or edge. And lets imagine that the edge was guarded, would that not have made it to video now, seems to me you should be able to look at the edge that was guarded from a far enough distance to where they cant stop your pictures or videos of such. A little bit of common sense can go a long ways here if you use it.
- Maurice, I mentioned that there are lots of videos that explain how we (humans throughout history) could have navigated the entire world as we know it, without having to have gone "around a globe". I personally can't recreate the argument, here in a few paragraphs - That's why I referred you to those videos. Check it out, it's pretty compelling. There are countless examples of how flight patterns conveniently need to connecting stops which prevent them from going straight along a line from anywhere to anywhere. Again, I'm not going to type it all out here - Nor am I going to ARGUE, pro-flat Earth. I'm new to the subject and find it interesting, that's all. You can find tons of info on how, ultimately there is a "wall" or edge and that there's evidence to show that it is restricted and guarded heavily. What other continent on Earth has not been ravaged for resources? Antarctica stands alone, very few visitors, very little discussion...All based on an idea that "It's just too cold and desolate to consider building hotels, pipelines, cities or anything else". What was Dubai 30 years ago? Interesting stuff.
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