# 5 Arguments Against The Globe Earth Theory

The Earth is flat and stationary…

1. The Earth doesn’t spin 1000mph, doesn’t travel around the Sun 67,000mph! We don’t feel any movement whatsoever.

2. Time lapse videos of the stars around Polaris wouldn’t be circular in motion but straight instead if the Earth was speeding around the sun 67,000mph, since the linear speed of assumed globe earth around the sun is supposedly 67 times greater than spinning on its axis, right?

3. Falling stars always fall DOWN – from top to bottom.

4. The hot climate around Equator wouldn’t be there where it is right now if the Earth was a globe tilted on its axis 23.5 degrees towards the Sun. The Equator should be in a totally different place if the earth was a globe.

5. Solar Analemma fits perfectly only the Flat Earth model, the Gleason’s map, because only in the Flat Earth Model, the Earth is much wider below the Equator. We are being told that the globe earth travels around the Sun on the oval path and that’s why the Solar Analemma has one loop 5 times wider that the other loop. But, in reality that “oval path” is in fact a circle!!! The radius to the left of the Sun is called Aphelion and it is 152 million km long and the radius to the right of the Sun is called Perihelion and it is 147 million km long. Solar Analemma could never happen on the globe earth model because globe earth has identical halves split by equator, that’s why Solar Analemma should have EQUAL LOOPS if the Earth was a ball, but it’s not! For more detailed information about solar analemma, please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNGnz…

You can download and repost this video as you wish, translate it to other languages if you whish to do so. For your convenience I have listed all 5 arguments under the Discussion page on my Zetetic You Tube channel as well: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe7F…

## One thought on “5 Arguments Against The Globe Earth Theory”

1. SG Today October 11, 2016 at 3:04 am Reply

I get the sense that you didn’t think it was a good idea for someone to simply make claims without any evidence. I understand, and agree.

I don’t understand why you exempt other writers from this common-sense approach. Isn’t that a part of the FAKE label seen on these pages?

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