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Publisher's Summary

The Flat Earth Clues book gives you 12 compelling reasons why you should rethink the globe model that you have been taught. Before you were born, before your parents, your grandparents, before you even had a family line. There was the illusion, the trick, the lie that you lived on a small spinning rock flying through space. You thought it was true, because children don't believe in lies. And you grew up, and it was still true, because science is never wrong....

Except for small things like lead gasoline, lead paint, DDT, cigarettes not causing cancer, and what the core of the Earth looks like. You know that fire burns, water is wet, drop something and it falls to the floor. We can all test these things. What shape is the world? That's not something you know; it's something you're told. To put it simply, you just have to take their word for it. And there's the real crux of the problem: the weight of their word. It's really about trust. Most of us trust science to some degree.

It's about proving the Earth flat, but more importantly it's about disproving the globe, and that shouldn't be possible, but there are several big questions which science has a difficult time with. Why was there only one blue marble image used for 43 years? Where are the videos of the Earth rotating from space? Astronauts can't turn around in space with the camera running? Not even by accident? Are the Van Allen radiation belts dangerous? Why does the Orion "Trial by Fire" video exist? Why was the space shuttle program cancelled? Why does the Mars mission keep getting postponed? Why are they closing down the ISS? Why is Psalm 19:1 on Werner Von Braun's headstone? Why is the moon generating a light that is sometimes 12 degrees colder than the moon shade? How is that possible if it's reflecting the sun's rays? And if the moon is generating its own light source, then what was that dark grey thing we landed on? We can beam back crystal-clear photos of Pluto, but the global positioning system doesn't track planes in the southern oceans? And why does this topic, compared to any other, conspiracy or not, make people excited, angry, or scared?

Some of you are getting anxious just reading this! Why? Because it's the greatest trick of all, and we all fell for it. You should be excited, because it's going to change the world. You should be angry, because you were fooled your entire life, and you should be a little scared, because this is uncharted territory. This is the flat Earth theory that the world is easy to understand, more intimate, and very deliberate. It didn't just happen; it was built and, more importantly, built for you.

©2016 Booglez Limited (P)2016 Booglez Limited

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This is not a book.

This is not a book but a series of podcasts and audio identical from a YouTube video. I'm very disappointed in this purchase because I already watched the video on YouTube before this. I expected this would be an actual intellectually written book. Other than that the ending was good with the Thirty dark radio interview.

7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • Dennis
  • PARAGOULD, AR, United States
  • 09-25-16

Terrible excuse for a book!

This should not have been made a book. It is not a book but a a radio talk show (with commercials and promos!) / Youtube you can't see and other jumbled up stuff! Very disappointed!!! It's not the subject I'm disappointed with but the format and sources for this so called book. 👎

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Absolute joke.

This is just the audio track of Mark Sargent's Flat Earth Clues YouTube series. It's a total waste of money with very poor production values.

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awesome

i really enjoyed the diversed live debates. about to listen to it again. keep this stuff coming.

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great read for a new flat earther

nice read let's you get some info b4 you go do some research. they also have some debate that is great to listen to also. so you get 2 points coming at you and you can make up your mind to what sounds more logic

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I just paid for a podcast recording?

Very interesting subject matter, but this book is just a compilation of YouTube videos and podcasts. All of the content is available online free of charge. I was expecting new content. I would have rather spent my money on something else.

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worth listening too

wisdom comes from all angles and perspectives not just one. make you own beliefs freedom

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interesting theories contradicting the commonly accepted ones...difficult to disprove by ones self.
found Lisa Newtons accent distracting.

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Science, science fiction, fantasy, and there is this book

Total waste of time.

It's much easier to believe we live in a simulation than to believe in a flat earth. Most of the things that this book can't explain away, which is 99% is attributed to a simulation, so why not just say we live in a full simulation, which is much more plausible.

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Interesting audiobook !

Where does Flat Earth Clues rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is one of the most fascinating things I’ve ever listened to. I’m left confused because I don’t understand how the scientist couldn’t explain ‘science’ and just win the argument. You would think its easy. But I’ve been asking people ‘how do you KNOW the earth is a globe?’ and they say ‘the pictures’. I’ve said ‘but they’re CGI composite images’ – and then they’ll try and argue about ships going over the horizon – I say ‘no, use a stronger zoom and you’ll see the ship again’ and then they may say they’ve seen the curve from a plane – and I’ll say, I’ve been in a plane… the horizon is flat. And no one can answer it. Some people actually think the moon rotates on its axis! The moon doesn’t rotate! What are we teaching the children of today in the classroom? I’m amazed and stunned. Shocked and in disbelief. It’s a range of emotions. I don’t even know where to take this information. Am I losing my mind?!

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  • Pritesh H.
  • 12-07-17

Sargent is the man

Loved every bit of this, most part of this Ebook is available online with visual but ending interviews are good. Interview shows how so called scientists spit dummy out there mouth once they know they don't make sense.

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  • Rebekah Andrews
  • 04-03-16

It's all a great big lie.Maybe.

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, I enjoyed listening to this. The author interviews at the end were very interesting and you would think one could easily debunk this, yet it’s not happened. I’m going to look into this topic further. I’ve never believed the moon landings and I first became interested in the ‘earth’ when studying geography and learning that the maps we see on the wall of the continents are NOT DRAWN TO SCALE. But they let the general public (and continue to teach) that Africa is smaller than what it really is etc., It was at that point I realised that they lie. The government set the agenda and the teachers are paid to teach it. I can believe – especially after listening to this, that they could be lying about the shape of the earth too!

What did you like best about this story?

The author interviews at the end.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The interviewers were quite entertaining.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No. I had it on as I went about my life - to work, travelling.

1 of 5 people found this review helpful