Useful tools and links for Flat Earth Researchers

this excellent resource list is from

What Happened On The Flat Earth This Week and Updated Daily

Here are some handy tools and websites that I use and that other flat earth researchers may find useful.

Arxiv – an online repository of research papers in the areas of physics, mathematics, computer science, biology, finance and statistics.

Day and Night World Map

Distance Calculator

Earth Curve Calculator #1

Earth Curve Calculator #2

Earth Curve Calculator #3

Flat Earth Resource Pack – 221mb of classic Flat Earth books, maps, and images (Alternate Download Site).

Freemaptools.com

Image Forensic Tool #1

Image Forensic Tool #2

Image Forensic Tool #3

Image Forensic Tool #4

Library of Congress – Chronicling America -All Digitized Newspapers

Moon Light World Map

Moon Phases Calendar

Moonrise and Moonset calculator

Neave.com Planetarium

Nullschool Azimuthal Equidistant Map – Air & Ocean Wind Temp

Planefinder.net

Solar & Lunar Eclipses in Your City

Sunrise and Sunset calculator

Search British Newspaper Archive for “Flat Earth” ($)

Search Digital Library of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France for “Flat Earth”

Search Elephind World Newspaper Archive for “Flat Earth”

Search Historic Newspapers From Singapore and Malaya in English for “Flat Earth”

Search Library and Archives Canada – Click Here

Search London, Belfast and Edinburgh Gazettes for “Flat Earth”

Search National Library of Australia – Trove – Digitised newspapers and more for “Flat Earth”

Search Papers Past – National Library of New Zealand Newspaper Archive for “Flat Earth”

Search Time Magazine Archive for “Flat Earth”

Search Welsh Newspapers Online for “Flat Earth”

List Of Online Newspaper Archives

3 thoughts on “Useful tools and links for Flat Earth Researchers

  1. mark April 12, 2016 at 3:17 am Reply

    How do you explain longest days in southern hemisphere during december solstice?

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    • jwlpeace April 12, 2016 at 6:10 pm Reply

      doing a piece on that shortly and one of the biggest questions still unresolved, yet how can the Antarctic be closest to the sun six months per year, closest to the warmest continents of S. America and Australia, yet have the coldest winters and 10,000 ft. of snow???

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