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The Electromagnetic Universe


Chapter 4

The Electromagnetic Universe

     In the previous chapter, you learned that Antarctica is not all that it seems. It is not a continent, but rather a gargantuan ice wall that surrounds our oceans. This ice wall is isolated from general exploration by the Antarctic Treaty System ostensibly to protect flora and fauna. Since inland Antarctica has no plants and animals, the restrictions are overkill in the extreme.

     You might well ask, if the earth is flat, how is it possible that we can circumnavigate the continents and oceans? In fact, it is entirely possible to circumnavigate on the flat earth.