Flat-Earther Finally Explains Why Nobody Has Fallen Off The Edge


Flat-Earthers are not widely recognized for their logic. They're well-known for their propensity to reject facts as well as their dank memes.

However, when it comes to addressing the logical errors in their arguments, they tend to fall a bit flat. Even if you disregard all of the planetary data pointing to the Earth's roundness, the various tests you can do at home, or even the photographs obtained from space, there is one big problem in their argument that has to be explained.

Basically, if the Earth is flat, why isn't the Internet flooded with news articles about people falling off the edge and dying?

Connor Murphy, a famous flat-Earther, has finally demonstrated why this does not occur. He's come to the conclusion that the Earth is, in fact, spherical. I'm joking. Murphy has come to the conclusion that there is no edge at all.

"Fall off into what, do you know what I’m saying? There’s no edge. This is a misconception," Murphy told Unilad.

"The way we see it is it’s an enclosed system. There’s water above, there’s the firmament – or the dome – and there’s water above it and water below it and there’s no leaving it, there’s no anti-gravity allowing us to float around and find other Suns and stuff."

Because we're all in a giant snow globe, no one slips off the edge. That's quite compelling.

Murphy went on to accuse NASA of hiding the Earth's flatness in order to generate more money, before contradicting his earlier claim that we don't fall off since we're in a dome.

"Basically if you can imagine the globe squashed down with Antarctica instead of being its own continent, being the perimeter around the side. So a lot of people say that’s an ice wall. It’s more like a shelf or cliff."

So we don't fall off because of the massive ice wall (here be dragons? ), and if you go past that, you hit the dome. It gives you a sense of safety.


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