Sun and Moon on a Flat Earth Animation

~thanx to Blue Pill Dreaming for this.

My question is, how can we see the moon on different sides of the world at the same time on a Flat Earth model? I haven’t been able to rectify this one yet. Anyone?

 

4 thoughts on “Sun and Moon on a Flat Earth Animation

  1. rwederfoort June 23, 2016 at 6:25 pm Reply

    Reblogged this on ronaldwederfoort.

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  2. jason mcgeady June 24, 2016 at 5:15 pm Reply

    Reasons its not flat.

    1. Volcanoes would not be active or actually never form to begin with because the earth would only have a crust and therefore no volcanoes. Volcanoes need magma and magma would have turned solid in a million years.

    2. If you use a infared or thermal telescope and pointed it north, you should see the north pole clearly regardless of moisture in the air.

    3. The map of flat earth shows that antartica goes all the way around the outside of the flat earth and has always been frozen. That can’t be possible since it use to be connected to the super continent Pangea and there was a lush rainforest, live and a volcano. How can it turn into a peeled apple skin.

    4. If the earth is flat then New Zealand can see alaskan stars and vice versa but thats not true.

    Should i keep going?

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  3. tigretoujours June 29, 2016 at 6:00 pm Reply

    How do we see it during the day on a globe? And yes ive fallen down this rabbit hole and need much more help getting out do go on please yes, help me all the way out!

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  4. Matthew ross June 30, 2016 at 12:37 pm Reply

    Why would there only be a crust no one ever talked about it depth it’s not a unified theory don’t limit yourself

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