How did I ever miss this dossy (sp?) of a thread?!
I expect that the Flat-Earth "believers" think that traveling around the globe in a shuttle is less authentic than a scene where Fred Flintstone is running. You know, where the background cycles around and around no matter where he's running.
Hey, if the earth is flat, is the moon really made of cheese, and if it's blue cheese, I don't want to go to walk on it anymore. That sh*t stinks.
And If it really is flat then how thick is it? Is it thicker in the center and does it get thinner and thinner the further out you go until you're on the other side, like it was a ball or something?
And, if it really is flat and let's say the thickness is consistent throughout, what's on the other side, what's beneath us, and can I send my mother-in-law there?
Ok, I want to go on, but I'll stop and let someone else have some fun.
Cynthia E. Gould wrote:
I'm quite surprised that more people aren't freaking out about the Amazon #1 sticker on this book of utter pap.
Surely that isn't allowed?
I never even looked at the book, but now that you pointed it out, not only do I believe Nathan Roberts has fogged vision, not seeing what's right in front of him, but he now falls into the group of slimey indie authors. I'm surprised he hasn't stated that it's a NY Times bestseller too. How he got away from it I'll never know, but I don't know how people get away with the Bogus Reader's Choice Awards stickers on their books either, though I expect it works against them now that it's been happening for so long and it so frequent that it screams BS.