4: But if you climb a mountain, you can feel the roundness of the Earth. I felt it when I climbed Tokyo Tower.
5: >>4 That’s just a visual illusion.
34: >>5 Take a photo, you’ll see it.
6: So how do you explain the four seasons then?
15: If this wall of ice is infinitely high, then we’d be able to see it with our naked eyes.
7: The edges are warp zones, and if you enter them you’ll warp to the other side of the planet. This is the truth.
12: Maybe all those photos from space are lies and the planet really is flat.
21: What about the oceans?
28: So you’re denying every single satellite photo? Lol. Are you kidding me? What merit is there in that?
29: Straight lines don’t exist in the natural world. Of course flat surfaces don’t either.
36: I don’t care what theory you believe in, but why has it become a religious movement now?
39: It’s not unbelievable, if we consider space a simulation like a planetarium.
This is their Earth, lol. I don’t get it. How do you explain time differences?
180: >>48 It’s cool, kinda like Laputa.
266: >>48 Hey, it’s round underneath.
57: Well, this world might not even really exist, let alone a round planet (´・ω・｀)
69: It’s just like whether you believe in the theory of evolution or not.
78: I wonder if there’s anyone who works in space that believes the Earth is flat?
84: In a day and age where kids attach cameras to balloons and film from space, lol.
106: I’d like to hear Flat Earthers explain how satellites float in space then.
111: >>106 Once they pass the atmosphere they just float.
151: That’s wrong. Earth is actually on the inside. If you fall towards the sky, you’ll land on the other side of the planet.
176: I’d actually like for them to try and convince me. I wonder what it’s like to come to believe the planet isn’t a globe, how they feel about an idiot like me who believes it’s round.
203: Scientifically, the planet is a globe. But for those who live on its surface, it doesn’t matter whether its flat or not. It’s not like I don’t get that. I can’t explain it well though.
208: Nice. Progress begins when we question the obvious.
212: Earth is supported by a giant elephant. That’s just common knowledge these days.
250: So how do they comprehend live images from ISS?
257: Do they not think when they look at the round sun and moon?
263: >>257 Even ancient people looked at the shadow from the lunar eclipse and realised that it was round, which meant that our planet was round as well.
260: I naturally believe the planet is round, but I think it’s fine to believe it’s flat too. It’s interesting to hear other people’s opinions.
8: Whether the Earth is flat or round, I’ll never leave my room so it doesn’t matter!