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Gravity on the Flat Earth

Chapter 10

Gravity on the Flat Earth

       In the previous chapter, you learned that the moon is a self-luminescent translucent object much smaller and closer than the globe model predicts. The moon does not rotate on its axis or orbit the earth. It is a luminary in the dome that projects a cold light unlike the warm light of the sun.

       Our next question is, how does gravity fit into the flat earth model? First, let’s take a look at the theory of gravity, which by the way, is only a theory.