Getting Globe Earth Believers To Question Their Own Beliefs
As flat earth believers, it’s good to start off asking innocent questions to get the globe earth believers to start thinking for themselves. I had mentioned this in a previous Post but with this article, I’d like to focus on artificial satellites. You can focus on any other topic within the flat earth debate as well.
Concerning questions you can ask about artificial satellites, here are a few:
How can satellites carry all that fuel?
How can they get enough electrical energy from solar panels when they can get electricity from the fuel?
Who or what is taking the photos of the satellite?
If some of the pictures are CGI, why aren’t we told which ones?
IF we are told certain pictures are CGI, and they look identical to the original, how do we know they are not all fakes?
Since it’s important to test crafts on the earth – since it’s a matter of standard research and development, why don’t we see any test on the earth?
Why aren’t the public shown satellite test flights?
Why don’t NASA show at least a video of a satellite test flight on earth?
Why can’t we see where the fuel is stored?
Why don’t we ever hear of small meteorites hitting and damaging the satellites?
You may have other questions you can add to this. In short, with all this questioning, you can notice that I did not use the words “flat earth” once.
The purpose of all this questioning is to get your friend or listening audience to question their own belief; to get them to start doubling what they are told.
You might want to ask them “What do you think about what we’re told?” OR “Why haven’t others asked such questions?”
I hope this helps you in spreading the flat earth truth. Of course, the question strategy can be sued on any other conspiracy topic that the government doesn’t want you to know about. An example is with the 9-11 bombing in New York City, you can ask: “How does a building fall down on its own ‘footprint’ by just a plane hitting it?”