• No doubt about it

    One only has to do an hour or so really researching the subject before there are dozens of questions, most easily explainable on a flat earth universe. 200 proofs are easily available at theatlanteanconspiracy.Com, question everything. Gravity is a theory. Everything is exactly as we perceive it to be. Debate me on it.

  • I have proof that the Earth is flat!

    So, you know those things called tables?

    If people
    were made wass a rodn earth, then why are tables flat?
    Becase woudnt the tables be roud just like the aerth? And also, if Harambe was a gorilla, gorrilas came from Pluto, so how would ge walk to earth if it was rond?

  • A Russian sailor sailed around Antarctica, 16,400 miles.

    That is nowhere near a long enough ice wall to surround the rest of the continents and oceans. There are different stars seen in the southern hemisphere than in the northern hemisphere. That means up is pointing in a different direction, points to a spherical earth. You can see star trails with long exposure photography. They go counter clockwise in the northern hemisphere and counter clockwise in the southern hemisphere. Something is spinning.

  • We figured this out ages ago

    It has been scientifically proven over and over again the earth is round, not flat, and anyone who still believes that the earth is flat either started it out as an ironic joke and started to believe their own lie, or has willfully dismissed scientific facts that do not go against any religious teachings.

  • Obviously is round

    The Earth is obvioulsy not flat and is spherical in shape. This should not be a debate because science has proven it and we have photographic evidence that it is not flat. People who tend to believe these things nowadays are science deniers and do not want to know the truth.

  • They've proved it.

    No, I do not believe that the earth is flat, because we have sailed and flown all the way around the world. People who have gone into space have taken pictures of the earth and it is round. It is unlikely that we are being deceived to this magnitude. I have gone on many trips and I haven't fallen off the earth once.

  • No, I don't believe the earth is flat.

    Hundreds of years of scientific study has proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the earth is not flat, if the earth was flat people would be able to walk off the edge of it and that has never been recorded to have happened, we also have extensive photographs and video from our satellites which show earth as round not flat.

  • It Is Round

    I do not believe the Earth is flat. Please Google Earth and observe the pictures taken from space. It clearly is not flat and we've known that for a very long time. If you are not impressed with the pictures, please go back to school, you clearly did not learn what was required.

  • Earth is round, period.

    Here's why, I don't need equipment to know the Earth is round, it's common sense. The Earth is round because there's no edge, also if this is a planet and the other planets are round, why isn't this round? Why is it that night exists? It should be daytime all the time if we're not rotating. "Why don't we feel the movement?" Sit on a plane and find out, we barely feel it and the speed changes so if the speed stayed still then it makes sense not to feel it. The stars also appear to be coming to a different place after starring at it for some hours. If you look at 1 star then come back after 3 hours, you will notice it has moved? Aren't we rotating? Please, just give it up flat earthers, our world is round. Oh wait if we're upside down we should fall off? RUBBISH! Gravity keeps us on the floor. So jump then? We fall to the ground, in space or on the moon we would be flying. The Earth is more clever than you think.

    Reasons for being round that are difficult-impossible to disprove:
    No edge
    Moon is upside down in the Southern Hemisphere
    Night time shouldn't happen if we're not rotating.

    Sorry Flat Earth Society, our home planet is round.

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