Flat Earth and Comets

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For millennia, comets have inspired awe and terror in numerous cultures across time and place. But what do these rare and stunning cosmic objects tell us about the Flat Earth?

As it turns out, quite a lot.

Flat Eart Theory (FET) holds that the sun, moon, planets, and stars are closer to the Flat Earth, where they orbit above its surface. Images clearly showing clouds behind the sun provide compelling visual evidence supporting the idea that the majority of cosmic objects exist with in a localized “geo system” above the Earth. Comets fit perfectly within an FET framework, which sees them as small roaming objects with wide ranging orbital paths that occasionally bring them within the visual range of earth bound observers. Before you mock this idea, I suggest you take a hard look at the contradictory assumptions spherists make regarding comets.

  1. Spherists believe that comets shed particles due to the heat of sun, causing their bright and characteristic “tails.”

However, spherists also assume that,

2. Comets are large and appear at regular intervals. Take Halley’s Comet for instance. Spherists note regarding its structure:

Despite the vast size of its coma, Halley’s nucleus is relatively small: barely 15 kilometers long, 8 kilometers wide and perhaps 8 kilometers thick.[b] Its shape vaguely resembles that of a peanut.[2] Its mass is relatively low (roughly 2.2 × 1014 kg)[4] and its average density is about 0.6 g/cm3, indicating that it is made of a large number of small pieces, held together very loosely, forming a structure known as a rubble pile.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halley%27s_Comet

And yet they simultaneously believe that Halley’s Comet has passed by earth for thousands of years:

Halley’s returns to the inner Solar System have been observed and recorded by astronomers since at least 240 BC. Clear records of the comet’s appearances were made by ChineseBabylonian, and medieval European chroniclers, but were not recognized as reappearances of the same object at the time. The comet’s periodicity was first determined in 1705 by English astronomer Edmond Halley, after whom it is now named.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halley%27s_Comet

The contradiction is apparent. Spherists believe that the comet’s nucleus is “relatively small” and that the composition of the comet itself is a loose “rubble pile.” How does a comet which is small (roughly 10x5x5 miles) and loosely held together move through space shedding its particles for thousands of years? Just when does the peanut shaped ball of gravel lose all its particles and become nothing more than a scatter, a mere smear across the void of space? This should have happened a long time ago.

Another set of contradictory spherist assumptions involve the sun.

  1. Mainstream science holds that the sun is a massive ball of fire occupying the center of the solar system, and that it moves through space at 483,000mph!

They also believe that,

2. Comets shed particles as they move through space near the sun. For example, they claim Halley’s moves at 157,838mph.

How does a comet moving at 150,000mph+ shed particles causing a visually evident “tail”, but the sun, moving at the break neck speed of 483,000mph does not?!?

Head in Hands

Simply put: the sun should have a “tail” as well.

How much does mainstream science need to contradict itself until people start realizing its glaring inconsistencies?

The FET model of a small scale, localized geo system better supports the existence of comets. Rather than being a loose “rubble pile”, it is far more likely that Halley’s Comet (and others) is a particularly hot and quickly moving star that heats up cosmic particles in its wake.(Remember, FET sees stars as small nearby orbs that emit their own light). Again, Flat Earth Theory better explains phenomena that science cannot account for…

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