6 thoughts on “Concave earth

  1. khammad

    Soooooooo outside of our shelled universe

    “lies a region of both darkness and fire! Some sort of vast, stygian region, in which the pitch-dark blackness is relieved only the dull red glow of raging volcanoes, and lakes of lava”


    “lies an Underworld of thick darkness, from which God is absent… “But the children of the kingdom shall be cast into outer darkness: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth.” (Matthew: 8:12) Jesus also spoke of the end of the world when angels shall come forth and sever the wicked from among the just: “and shall cast them into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth” (Matthew: 13:50)”

    Hmmm, y’all still think this concave earth thing is still quaint?

      1. khammad

        When I entertain a theory, I like to look at the group espousing it and why. It seems that Christian fundamentalists is the main group that is supporting the Concave Earth theory.

        From my previous post, it would appear that in this way, the Fundamentalists can “prove” a hell exists.

        For myself, I believe we are in a Copernican mode. I have found lots of reasons to assume this, such as our circular shadow on the moon during certain eclipses. Most compelling,however, are the Sumerian clay tablets that are around 4,500 years old. Notice the circles on the upper left corner. They represent the spherical sun and planets.

        The Sumerians figured out by observation that if the sun is round and the moon is round, and the earth casts a round shadow on moon, that our earth must be spherical as well.

  2. Banazîr Galbasi

    Ha! Yes Ab, Cheers!

    Funny how digital the imagery from space looks. I’m not too sure on the northern lights being something you can reach out and touch either. Its certainly an interesting conversation to have. If light bends, why can’t it be bending from the opposite direction?

    The guy at the site seems to think satellites are real and that NASA simply crashes through the glass in the sky and goes into orbit. His argument would be much stronger if he left NASA out of the equation.

    Thanks to Chubbs too.

    1. columjaddica

      I’m only recently exposed to these ideas. I don’t know what to think. After reading the theories I randomly happened across this article on a Darpa satellite that managed to use “crashing through the glass ceiling” twice in the article.

      I thought that interesting, they’re having fun with the theories even if they aren’t true.


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