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Captain Scott and the South Pole Exposition

Captain Scott and the South Pole Exposition (From an old flat earth magazine called: Monthly Magazine) Pics: Mt Erebus. Ross island, mt erebus Antarctica (In the UK Daily Mail there was an interesting article about the South Pole for those … Continue reading

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The Heavens Above Stretched Out

The Earth and Ocean not a Globe THE EARTH IS NOT A GLOBE REVIEW 1894 Note: The date is not on this issue that I have but I believe it’s one of the first issues, the date should be about … Continue reading

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Antarctica and Flat Earth part 5

The “Australian Handbook, Almanack, Shippers’ and Importers’ Directory” states that the distance between Sydney and Nelson is 1400 nautical or 1633 statute miles. Allowing a more than sufficient 83 miles as the distance for rounding Cape Farewell and sailing up … Continue reading

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Antarctica and Flat Earth part 4

During Captain James Clark Ross’s voyages around the Antarctic circumference, he often wrote in his journal perplexed at how they routinely found themselves out of accordance with their charts, stating that they found themselves an average of 12-16 miles outside … Continue reading

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Antarctica and Flat Earth part 3

“If we now consider the fact that when we travel by land or sea, and from any part of the known world, in a direction towards the North polar star, we shall arrive at one and the same point, we … Continue reading

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Antarctica and Flat Earth part 2

Before reaching the Antarctic ice-wall, navigating the increasingly tumultuous Southern oceans, explorers encounter the longest, darkest, coldest nights and the most dangerous seas and storms anywhere on Earth. Vasco de Gama, an early 16th century Portuguese explorer of the South … Continue reading

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Antarctica and the Flat Earth, part 1

Knowledge about the Antarctica and the ice wall is an important study for those who want to know more about the flat earth. Here are a series of Post from what writers and explores of more than 100 years ago … Continue reading

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