The Flat Earth Society

Flat Earth Discussion Boards => Flat Earth Theory => Topic started by: tellytubby on May 26, 2019, 10:14:44 PM

Title: Why is the Earth not considered a planet in FET?
Post by: tellytubby on May 26, 2019, 10:14:44 PM
I asked this question in another discussion and was asked to start a new thread instead.  So here is that new thread.

To quote Tom again..

The Earth just isn't a planet in the Solar System. The Solar System sits above the Earth.

What proof or evidence is there of this?  Given that...

The Flat Earth Society holds that there is a difference between believing and knowing. If you don't know something, and cannot demonstrate it by first principles, then you shouldn't believe it. We must, at the very least, know exactly how conclusions were made about the world, and the strengths and weaknesses behind those deductions. Our society emphasizes the demonstration and explanation of knowledge.

The Earth IS considered to be a planet by everyone else it seems apart from FE believers.  So what do they know that the rest of us have overlooked? I am anxious to know.

Over 60 views of this now but no replies. Surely there must be a flat Earther out there able to explain why Earth is not a planet?