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**Flat Earth Theory / Spherical Measurement System**

« **on:**July 11, 2019, 06:05:11 PM »

I'm not particularly strong in math, and I've often heard an argument used in the forums regarding measurements. Typically, it's that you can't use a round earth measurement system to measure a flat earth.

My question is this: If a spherical measurement system can't be used to measure a flat earth, then how does it manage to work accurately with a globe earth model? Let's forget about flat or round earth, and just think about it in terms of simple objects, such as balls and frisbees. Can I use a spherical measurement system to accurately map out a frisbee?

My question is this: If a spherical measurement system can't be used to measure a flat earth, then how does it manage to work accurately with a globe earth model? Let's forget about flat or round earth, and just think about it in terms of simple objects, such as balls and frisbees. Can I use a spherical measurement system to accurately map out a frisbee?