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Mesas & mountains are actually stumps (supplement to flat-earth theory) - C C - Apr 28, 2018

There Are No Forests On Flat Earth
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHkiZNT3cyE

https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/09/flat-earth-truthers/499322/

EXCERPT: . . . All this [flat earther stuff] is obvious nonsense, but it’s worth thinking about why it’s had the impact it has. But lately, there’s been a change; something new and furious is growing in the community. [...] A bizarre new theory has turned the flat earth upside down. The flat earth is still flat, but now it’s dotted with tiny imitations of the truly enormous trees that once covered the continents, and which in our deforested age we can hardly even remember.

[...] Not just mesas—ordinary mountains are contrasted with the shattered, splintered remnants of trees; the Giant’s Causeway in Ireland is revealed to be a petrified organic structure, because (we’re told) cooling lava simply does not assume these shapes. There is no such thing as a mountain; there is no such thing as inert rock. Everything we walk on was once living wood, the mountain ranges were once tremendous forests reaching up to the stellar canopy, providing a link between humanity and the celestial spheres.

The earth was really flat. But some malignant power cut all these trees down using vast machinery, and ever since then they’ve been gouging into the corpse of the earth, mining the dead trees for precious minerals, carving deep quarries that we, in our ignorance, call gorges and canyons (you can see the monstrous tracks leading away from Antarctic valleys); we think they’re natural, we even think that the traces of our destruction are somehow beautiful....

MORE: https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/09/flat-earth-truthers/499322/