Flat Earth 101

One believes things because one has been conditioned to believe them. ~Aldous Huxley 

Occam's Razor Cuts Deep
By: Gregory Garrett

Occam's Razor, also known as The Principle of Parsimony or The Law of Parsimony (Latin: lex parsimoniae), is the problem-solving principle that "entities should not be multiplied beyond necessity", sometimes inaccurately paraphrased as "the simplest explanation is usually the best one." The idea is frequently attributed to English Franciscan friar William of Ockham (c. 1287–1347), a scholastic philosopher and theologian, although he never used these words. 

This philosophical Razor advocates that when presented with competing hypotheses about the same prediction, one should select the solution with the fewest assumptions, and yet, that this is not necessarily meant to be a way of choosing between hypotheses that make different predictions, though it does tend to point us in a particular direction. 

The simplest answers, with least assumptions regarding the Earth's Cosmology are:

1) The Moon is inside the Earth's atmosphere and local because it is so astoundingly clear even though it is allegedly outside of the 7 layers of Earth's atmospheric density.


2) The Sun must be local because it is hotter in some places of the Earth than others due to the Sun's proximity over the Earth. If it was 93 million miles away, its rays would be virtually parallel and equally strong at every point on the Earth that it touched, at the same time.


3) The Sun and The Moon are about the same size because we observe this fact.


4) The Earth is Flat because it exhibits zero curvature.

It is part of the natural physics of water and other fluids to always find their level and remain flat. Click here for details.

5) The Earth does not spin because it exhibits zero rotation.


6) The Sun and Moon move above you because this is what we empirically observe.


7) You are stationary because you are not moving.


8) The Stars move above us because we see them move above us.


9) The Stars are small and local because nobody can see even a million miles away, let alone billions of lightyears away, no matter how many times Carl Sagan says, "billions, and billions, and billions of...".

A typical lighthouse light using a Fresnel lens can be seen for at least 20 nautical miles on a semi clear night at sea level. (light travel is not infinite)

10) The Sun is inside the Earth's atmosphere because from 121,000 feet up, weather balloons have photographed Bright Spots on the tops of clouds, which can only occur from a local light source.


In the Heliocentric Model, Occam's Razor lay rusting on the bathroom sink...