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- Publication Date: July 11, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B073W1R4X3
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Journey to the Center of Flatlandia: A Collection of Essays About Flat Earth Kindle Edition
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This book is seriously chock full of links that will lead you deeper and deeper into more and more knowledge of what is out there in terms of opposition, but more importantly it will give you hope for the cause. Because hope is one of the most powerful tools that we have. We, as flat earth folk know there will never be an alien incursion and that we won't be swept away into the 'verse like some horrible Ripley Scott movie. For the finite (or infinite) plane of this reality brings me to the conclusion that the Intelligent Designer (read: God) meant something more important for me than any Carl Sagan wet dream. That I am important, that I am needed and most importantly, that I am not alone. That we are not the pale blue dot floating in a vast and untamable sea of stars. We are an enclosed system, in the palm of God's hand, safe and secure and full of hope.
"Get out of your pod bubbles globos and hop on the z axis because we're going into the hinterlands of flatlandia," reads the opening paragraph of chapter twelve. For most of the book you almost drown in an overwhelming deluge of GOOD INFORMATION. It was nice to end the book with a laugh. Along with solid science, good links, great resources, and hope there is a bit of levity. I can appreciate this because for years I have been thinking that I was the crazy one... But now that I know that everyone else is, I can laugh along with them.
"Get this book!" is my cry to you. Do it for your uncle who says we never landed on the moon. Do it for your co-worker who says it's flat but you think he's crazy. Get it for the solid science and resources. Most importantly, do it for yourself.