Among scientific and skeptical types, clowning on flat-earthers is a pastime as old as Washington Irving. But the fun isn’t just in the myriad ways that you can prove that the Earth is round (er, a roughly spherical ovoid). It’s also in imagining what life would be like if the Earth was actually flat. The problems start with the simple issue of gravity.
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