I do enjoy these conversations so much! While I don’t feel I have a dog in this fight, I do so enjoy entertaining different thoughts and ideas, especially outside the norm. I’m a big “what if?” kind of person. I think the first reaction to new information is rejection but once the brain dust settles the fun begins! So, let’s take a look at these Earth theories and see what turns out.
Where did you land on this earth of ours? I am still undecided and I haven’t found that my life would be different knowing either way. Have you watched the full moon landing video? I did watch it and my questions would be:
- Who was already on the moon filming before they landed?
- Why have we not been back?
- Since NASA claims to have lost or destroyed the documents on how to get back, how could no one replicate it since?
- Who stayed and filmed as they took off?
- Did anyone ever go back and get them?
Ok, I think that’s all I have on that. Let’s move along here.
Have you read the articles debunking flat earth as false? Or this ABC News brief on the topic.
Have you looked at any of Admiral Byrd’s explorations? He gave public interviews about his explorations of Antarctica. His findings could lead us to believe that perhaps our earth is flat or hollow. I find it interesting that no country on earth can agree on much but all of them agree no one should go to certain places in the arctic. I always get curious when someone is trying to hide or mislead me. Why did we suddenly stop hearing about these explorations? Why did they end? Did they end?
There is also the flat earth map that shows maybe the earth is flat and more spread out than we think, this shows more continents than what we currently are aware of. How exciting is that?! There is more world to discover and explore?! Wow! Now that would be the adventure of a lifetime! I love that thought of discovering a new to us world. I used to look at google earth really close looking for abnormalities. I suggest you try it too! I had fun and found a lot of interesting things.
Questioning the narrative can be a great exercise in critical thinking and just plain fun! I still have so many questions.
What would change about your life whether the earth is round, flat, or hollow? What would it mean to entertain the idea? Are you able to have an open discussion about topics that are new, foreign, or opposing thoughts?
I don’t think anything is answered here as much as more questions arise. However, I welcome the thought challenge and healthy respectful discussion.