Author Topic: Is the earth round or flat? Does the earth spin? Why doesn't the moon also spin?  (Read 1006 times)

Description: Is the moon round? Has mankind actually reached the moon?

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Offline Tes Johnson


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You know what they say about flat surfaces ?  see : THE FLAT TRUTH - VIDEO




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Offline Tes Johnson


BTW, talking about trains .... we getting a Thomas Trackmaster track with  trains...


You won't know this but it's the latest for kids


Yayyyy  --  don't tell my grandson - as father Christmas has'nt come yet.




Offline Mountain Goat

Nice. I'm slowly working on a rake of coaches to run on my layout.

Offline Tes Johnson

My grandson is nutty on trains  :santa:

BTW Santa is heading this way @ https://www.noradsanta.org/

Offline Mountain Goat

Did you hear about they dyslexic devil worshipper? He sold his soul to Santa.

Offline Tes Johnson

Did you hear about they dyslexic devil worshipper? He sold his soul to Santa.



Children !!!  no


Offline John

MG,
          re orgininal post, it would help you t read this article about a flatearth at aig:-
https://answersingenesis.org/blogs/danny-faulkner/2018/03/02/opinions-earths-shape-another-athlete-and-roger-bacon/

It quotes RogerBacon (c. 1219/20?c. 1292) discussed four categories of errors that are obstacles to real wisdom and truth:

Following a weak or unreliable authority ie there is no scientific evidence for a falst earth.

Custom ie. we were taught it as children so must be true.

The ignorance of others ie. that other people cannot rebut flatearth arguments

Concealing one's own ignorance by pretended knowledge ie.either not understanding the science that disproves flatearth or mis representing it.

Here is a list from the article of people who didn't believe in a flat earth.
Pythagoras (6th century BC)

Plato (4th century BC)

Aristotle (4th century BC)

Aristarchus (3rd century BC)

Eratosthenes (2nd century BC)

Lucretius (1st century BC)

Ptolemy (2nd century)

Isadore of Seville (7th century)

The Venerable Bede (8th century)

Roger Bacon (13th century)

Offline Mountain Goat

The earth has corners. Four of them. I read it in the Bible.


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