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Suggestions & Concerns / Purpose of the Flat Earth Media board
« on: October 16, 2018, 01:18:26 AM »
I wasn't sure where to post my question, so I'm starting here.

What exactly is the purpose of the "Flat Earth Media" board? There's this:

"The purpose of this board is to create a community-driven repository of media relating to the Flat Earth Society or Flat Earth Theory. Please post here if you've found any interesting material which pertains to these subjects."

Is 'anti-Flat Earth Theory' media allowed?
At what point should discussion create a new thread elsewhere as suggested?

Just trying to cut an issue 'off at the pass', as it were, and not get into trouble nor viewed as disrespectful.

Flat Earth Community / Revolution
« on: October 11, 2018, 11:16:43 PM »
Ronj got me thinking about it. If there really was a benefit to FET, then it would revolutionize the world as we know it. Albeit, lot’s of industry would fight tooth and nail against it. But at a minimum, if FET could take on navigation, shipping, transit, movement of any sort the world would be inexplicably altered to such an extent that the first, second, third and beyond to do so would profit beyond their wildest imaginations. Why nothing?

Consider Silicon Valley, the supreme worldwide order for ‘disruption’ to what is given. Why no startups disrupting commerce with FET ‘short-cuts’? Why no anti-SpaceX, "we can do it cheaper without the necessity for ‘satellites’ launching rockets"? Why nothing?

If FET had promise, endeavoring enterprises would build a profit on its backbone, it’s their nature, yet there is literally nothing.

FET defies the pure and simple logic of a money-maker. Sad that that’s what it comes down to. But in the absence of FET being a profit center it seems that, at a minimum, RET seems more fitting to how the world functions and how it functions well, better than anything FET has to offer.

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