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Why has no one ever explored the edge of the flat earth?

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markjo:

--- Quote from: jroa on August 12, 2014, 12:04:43 AM ---Some say the NASA guards would stop you long before you reached the edge.

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???  Why would a civilian organization dedicated to aeronautical and space research guard the edge of the world?  Do they have super secret launch facilities or something there?  Honestly, guarding a bunch of snow and ice sounds more like an Army or Navy job to me.

Son of Orospu:
The Army and Navy have standards.  NASA guards would just be renegades who are in it for the money. 

markjo:
Nah.  They'd just hire contractors.  NASA is supposed to be the brains of the conspiracy.  They wouldn't bother with boots on the ground.

FlatAllTheWay:

--- Quote from: jroa on August 12, 2014, 06:37:26 AM ---The Army and Navy have standards.  NASA guards would just be renegades who are in it for the money.

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I assume you admit that the theory about NASA guarding the edge of the earth is 100% speculation with absolutely no supporting evidence.

trismegistus:

--- Quote from: jroa on August 12, 2014, 06:37:26 AM ---The Army and Navy have standards.  NASA guards would just be renegades who are in it for the money. 

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-Ok, why would all of these "renegades" keep NASA's secret?  No one ever spilled the beans, not even for money?

-And if the atmosphere of the Earth freezes when far away from the Sun -- meaning the temperature would have to drop below -361 degrees Farenheit, the freezing point of oxygen -- then it would be physically impossible for people to go there -- so why would it be necessary for NASA guards to guard the place?

-And even if it were impossible for humans to get to the purported ice wall, why wouldn't we send balloons, drones, probes, satellites, etc., the same way we do to space, remote parts of Siberia, etc? 

-At what point, jroa, will you simply accept that instead of constantly spinning complicated conspiracy theories and concocting jumbled imaginary maps involving ice-air and evil penguins, it's simpler just to conclude that the world actually is round?

-Based on your gif, you seem to consider it very important that a medieval Pope thought that the earth was flat.  But if you asked the present Pope, Francis I (from Argentina, in the southern hemisphere, as it happens), about the shape of the Earth, what do you think he would say?

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