"The Earth is Flat" says an Iraqi 'Astronomical Scientist' :)

India
March 29, 2008 11:12pm CST
You Must read this one!! Fadhel-Al-Said proves it here that the Earth is Flat!!! You must watch this one and do leave your comments :) Just be thankful that this guy isn't teaching kids in our area!! http://www.theworldisenough.blogspot.com/2008/03/oddly-enough-2.html
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@emeraldisle (13145)
• United States
30 Mar 08
Ooookay can we say that is a bit out there? I thought Columbus answered this question but even if he didn't I know Bugs Bunny did when he threw the baseball and it circled the globe I hope this guy never teaches anyone. I think that man has way too much time on his hands and not even brain matter.
• India
30 Mar 08
Absolutely Emerald ROFL!!!! The video truly is unbelievable right :)
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@emeraldisle (13145)
• United States
30 Mar 08
It it unbelieveable but at least it gave me a good chuckle so I guess it has some good points to it. Just makes me wonder what he will come up with next? Maybe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows?
• India
31 Mar 08
Ah!! Awesome thought :) hope he doesn't see this and start his research!
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• United States
30 Mar 08
Woo-hoo! Does that mean there are also sea monsters?
• India
31 Mar 08
Absolutely!! And the dinosaurs did not go extinct! They were picked up by aliens from Mars to do their household chores :)
@diqijon (13)
• Indonesia
6 Apr 08
i think he need, approval from people in the world to make it comes true.
@ladyluna (7004)
• United States
31 Mar 08
Hello Crownaditya, If this weren't so disturbing, it would be hysterical. Though, I think that the deeper concern that someone would believe this way trumps the humor. In spite of the actual photographs that Astronauts & probes have taken of parts of our solar system, the fact that this man cites as proof that the Earth is flat, a text that was written hundreds of years ago is really pretty alarming. Where is the rich history of mathematics, engineering, and science that pre-dates the text that this man is referencing? Where are the great thinkers that we know of from ancient Persia, Babylonia, Mesopotamia, Assyria, etc... How could this man be so out of touch, when he hails from an area rich in contributions to the hard sciences? Wow! I'm simply stunned!