Let's first go over some helpful geometry:
According to the Flat Earth Society, the "Flatte Earth math" is generally accepted of a curve calculation table and circular geometry, coming off the tangent of the circle.
Round Earth geometry comes from the center, and the radius of the circle. The two maths are fundamentally / philosophically different in their approaches toward ... inherent truth.
The distance of two points, how much drop over the horizon should a distant object have?
Flat Earth Society (off by a factor of around 3.5) Circular Segment Geometry
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Secondly, I'd like to point out the map.
Light itself is the best "measuring stick" once again, as we shall examine the sunlight in Antarctica during its seasons; and also shall examine time.
Right away, I want to point out that a gravitational model of a round Earth will allow for zero gravity in the center of Earth, as the mass of Earth around the center pulls upon the center, and pulls upon the surface. So the center of Earth will have zero gravity, unless it has negative gravity being a negative electromagnetic ground. Gravity cannot be ruled out as non-existent in a Flatte Earth narrative, due to the response from the post below, "Logic is Truth."
In the link below, there is a quote:
January-February: SummerPeak season, with daytime temperatures on the Peninsula reaching upwards of 50°F while the continent receives nearly 24 hours of daylight.
Antarctica has two months of sunlight nearly 24 hours a day. But, the flat Earth model shows a flat map with Antarctica at the edge, and the sun moving around the map, giving sunrise / sunsets per 24 hours to Antarctica.
This map is accurate according to the Flat Earth Society, which is the leading accepted Flatte Earth narrative.
The sun rotates around the disk per 24 hours. This is an incorrect map, because it is centered around the northern hemisphere at the North Pole.
In the map, the south pole is represented by the outer circumference. When the sun travels south seasonally, the sunlight does not overlap the pole, like it does when centered around the north pole. The north pole summer months receive nearly 24 hours per day of sunshine, and the sun appears to travel in a circle around the horizon, so the sunlight overlaps the Arctic circle for full-time sunlight.
The south perimeter ring, the sunshine appears to rise and set every day, and the flat Earth map does not allow for 24 hours of sunshine per day in Antarctica, during the Antarctic summer months.
This map then, does not fit the reality of Antarctica seen at the McMurdo Station in the months of January and February. The only way to show an accurate map of the reality we Humans experience on Earth is to have the southern hemisphere map centered around the south pole, to have two flat Earth maps that fits the reality of each hemisphere. But to do that would blow the whole model.
Also, the time zones don't work right. Out at the edge of a flat map, the distance is longer than it should be because the time per hour of longitudinal rotation is warped, in that it is lengthened beyond what is measured by Australians living in the southern hemisphere.
You can see the evidence of "The Game" in the caption at the top (see "The Game" article below).
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Thirdly, I'd like to discuss a little about Antarctica.
Where do I even begin? This is the Planetary News article of the century!
I'm keeping somewhat quiet about it because it's big news everywhere else! We've discovered the ancient remains of a technologically advanced very ancient race of Humans and ET, working side-by-side, flash frozen a long time ago.
Many people have already heard about it, as it is sweeping across world headlines.
See, Antarctica is a continent, and Earth has a south pole, not a southern perimeter.
More information to come, perhaps ... Stay tuned for future updates of this article.