Theory: The next section in the chapter should deal with the current theory.
Quote from: Tom Bishop on February 08, 2015, 09:22:16 PMTheory: The next section in the chapter should deal with the current theory.What if there are multiple competing theories?
We take those posts and copy paste it into the book.
Apparently my image did not attach properly. My apologies. I don't know too much about computers. Here is the picture which shows what is known about the underside of the earth:
The contents of volumes one and four seem to overlap a bit, and I have a suggestion.The history of round earth theory is listed as a major part of volume one, but the history of flat earth theory is not listed. I suggest that the history of round earth theory belongs to volume four on the conspiracy which is concerned with the history of lies, and round earth theories fall into that category. I suggest that the history of flat earth theory belongs in volume one instead. I'll be glad to contribute some of this, particularly the more ancient parts. Therefore, volume one as an introductory volume can map out a lot of history of flat earth belief among other things. Volumes two and three delving more into the meat of the issues is a good idea. I like the overall framework of this idea.
That's how far the horizon is, not how far you can see.
All this being said, it might be a good idea to liberally use Rowbotham's words where appropriate. There are a lot of places where we'd just be rewriting what he said, and I think we can just use the original ENaG
we should ensure that the time we spend answering a question is not wasted or forgotten into the forum abyss by also putting that answer into the book.
Each chapter within a volume should have the following sections:Background: ... Theory: ...