# Wind and Earth’s Orbit

One topic to bring up when starting a flat earth discussion is about the earth’s orbit. You can start this by not even using the words “flat earth.” I chose “wind and the earth’s orbit” as it’s a concept that many people should be able to understand and see through lies they have been told. The discussion can start something like this:

You: In a hurricane we know that massive damaged is caused by the wind. If the wind is 150 mph the damage is great, as you know. Now, how would you block the winds if you don’t want any damage done to even the outside of your home?

Friend: I guess you’d have to build a strong wall around it.

Note: You might not be able to get any kind of suggestion from your friend. So, if this is the case, just suggest the above. At any time you get no answer or something that is really off, just suggest the following responses and go from there.

You can do all the talking yourself – it’s how you feel. But if you have a conversation where you ask questions – even though they are leading questions – it’s done in such a way that your friend feels like he is participating in it.

You: Yes, you’d have to build a strong wall around it; something that is stronger than the house. Now, what if the wind was 200 mph?

Friend: I guess you’d have to build a stronger wall.

You: Right. Now what if the wind was 1,000 mph?

Friend: No wind is that strong!

You: But what if it was?

Friend: I don’t think that there is anything that could be built that strong to protect your home.

You: You are right. It would have to very, very strong. Whatever kind of wall you build it will have to completely circle your home and it would probably have to completely enclose it. In fact, I don’t think anything was ever built that could withstand something that strong. So, it looks like a dome would have to be around it, would you agree?

Friend: Yes, I think so.

You: Now, just entertain me here. What if the wind was 66,000 mph per hour. Do you think you’d be able to protect you home with a wall or with an enclosed dome?

Friend: No – that’s crazy!

You: I agree. We know for sure that nothing that strong can with stand such force. Now, let me change the subject just a bit. We are told that the earth rotates at 1,000 mph as this gives us our days and nights (going along with what we are told). We are also told that the earth – at the same time – travels around the sun at 66,000 mph, as this gives us our seasons – we are told. So, how are we protected from this force?

Friend: We must be as we know that we don’t feel anything here. It has something to do with gravity.

You: Yes, that is what we are told – so it must be true (really playing along with him). But as we have just demonstrated, there must be a protection of the earth from all this strong force – which would be wind as it enters our atmosphere. So, where is this so-called “wall?”

At this point, this conversation can take any course; your friend could say anything – depending on what he/she was told, their independent thinking and their intelligence. So, keep asking questions, if you can, and try to get him to come to his own conclusion.

If your friend says something like, “There must be something that is protecting us.” you can add that we “went to the moon” and the astronauts didn’t come across any shield of some kind. Also, we sent “satellites to other planets” and they didn’t crash into any wall or force field.

If gravity is brought up, you can say how can gravity hold gas molecules in place but does not hold a little butterfly from moving about independently. You finally add, since there has been no wall discovered at any place, perhaps astronomers and NASA is not telling us the truth. And just continue along this line of thought.

Anyhow, I hope that this helps in introducing others to the flat earth.

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By Zaqwerdx (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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