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|Quote (Chayanov @ Jan. 04 2009,05:03)|
|Letís call the evident flatness of a table top or a farmerís field microflatearthism. Isnít it then just a simple extrapolation (and also self-evident to anyone who isnít a moron) that macroflatearthism must also trivially be the case?|
Why, yes, I think it is! In fact, the whole bogus distinction between microflatearthism and macroflatearthism is just something invented by the roundtards and spheridiots!
Once again, a creationist fails at analogy. A field may look flat, but if you put all those supposedly flat pieces together, you get a rounded form -- just like how microevolutionary changes add up over time. The tabletop analogy is just stupid. Now who's the moron? Oh yeah, the creationist.
Looking outside the flat table, there is a lot of evidence to prove that the entire world is not flat.
For evolution looking to the horizon is examining the fossil record, which seems to confirm evolution.