Thursday, February 25, 2016

68 | News of Australian ship stranded near Antarctica with 68 aboard (Not flat earth reminders)

Has anyone looked at where Australia is on the flat earth map?  Supposedly, it is right up against the ice wall... but if you look at Australia's climate, it is warm, mostly desert and also having rain forests. If it were close to a frigid ice wall, you think it would have a climate more like Alaska...

Am I mistaken here?

I don't see how anyone is falling for this flat earth heresy.

If I point my telescope across the Pacific, there's a reason I can't see Japan, and if you point your telescope across the Atlantic, there's a reason you can't see Europe and Africa.