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I have organized this book to provide you with an effective tool for breaking the spell of globe belief. Each of the three chapters uses strategic questioning to engage any globe Earthers in a productive dialogue about Flat Earth Theory.

Although these six questions are contextualized and explained in each chapter, they also appear in the Table of Contents for easy reference once you understand how to strategically implement them.

©2015 Doug Mesner (P)2015 ZA Productions

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learn and listen

good way to ask people if they think it's crazy...and me (i am not crazy)

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Valid questions

Good questions to ask indeed, the truth is readily available with any research and logic. Please investigate people.

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Pedantic in both form and reason.

The author obfuscates sound logic and reason for mind games, and verbal slights of hand. He categorically ignores, and actively avoids all evidence against the flat Earth theory. The book reads more like a religious epistemological text - with little argumentative meat, rather than as a refutation of accepted and demonstrable scientific fact. I cannot recommend this abhorrent collection of paragraphs to anyone who cannot roundly laugh at the absurd

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