- Apr 21, 2010
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do they really believe the Earth(planet dirt?) is flat? or are they just exhibiting trollish behavior?
The problem with this statement is that it could easily apply, word for word, to lots of other things that are as provable as "round-Earth" theory, but are considered "controversial" in the U.S. Just replace the word physics with whatever science applies. For example, imagine the statement above responding to:I have been following this absurd argument for a couple of years now. What amazes me is that the internet seems to be a breeding ground for this type of insanity. As much as any rational person can point out inconsistencies and issues with their theories they have thought of pretty much every counter-argument, to the point where they have made up physics to support some of their irrational ideas.
Well, yeah, but for the record that's a picture of 'Arctica' - the North Pole. 'Antarctica' is the South Pole and not visible in your picture.The funniest thing about flat earth "theory" is that Antarctica is believed to be a giant ice wall surrounding the planet.
Oh my. Everyone should go read their FAQ if you have not done so already. It is.... uh.... well I don't actually have a proper adjective.
Here's the best one: