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Debunking Flat Earth Theories

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Debunking Flat Earth Theories

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Debunking Flat Earth Theories
Steve Keen
Steve Keen (born 28 March 1953) is an Australian-born, British-based economist and author. He considers himself a post-Keynesian, criticising neoclassical economics as inconsistent, unscientific and empirically unsupported. The major influences on Keen's thinking about economics include John Maynard Keynes, Karl Marx, Hyman Minsky, Piero Sraffa, Augusto Graziani, Joseph Alois Schumpeter, Thorstein Veblen, and François Quesnay.

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  1. @RyanWattersRyanWatters

    The very idea that we need to “debunk” the assertions of flat earthers is an indelible stain on 2024.

    • We don't need to debunk flat Earth as nobody believes it. It's a fake, contrived movement.
      As for the Earth being the centre of the Universe, there is evidence to support it, but no evidence against.
      I wonder if Keen is a disinfo agent, or just another boomer.

  2. So sad to see people as smart as steve believe the heliocentric scam with zero evidence but nasa cgi and vatican lies. So sad.

  3. People who believe the sun is 10s of millions of miles away have never observed the sun. This is a fact. Steve is as pasty white as they come because he’s scared of the sun. If you actually observe the sun with your own eyes, it’s so obvious that it is near. Try for yourself. And the amount of ad-hominem attacks by someone allegedly sophisticated like steve is also disappointing and kills the credibility of his argument.

  4. Heliocentrism is real because of ….. ad-hominen attacks and evidence-less stories from history. Sorry that doesn’t cut it anymore. We need actual evidence. And you are in the minority. The vast majority of cultures and civilizations understood the sun to be local. This is quite fact. That our illiterate and obese and brainwashed society believes otherwise is not relevant.

  5. And why someone who spends all of his time with textbooks and computer screens is even opining on something he clearly doesn’t understand (hence the ad-hominem attacks) is beyond me.

  6. But steve was also fooled by the russia collusion hoax so I guess it’s not surprising that he falls for all of the mainstream hoaxes

  7. The problem with flat earthers is they go and measure the curve but cannot find it. Noone wants to be a flat earther, but trying to prove it is a ball (or is it a spheroid?) is where the rubber meets the road and one is left asking the question "if the guys who run the central bank financial systems across all the world are wrong about finance and money, then maybe their post-ww2 theory of a ball/spheroid earth might, too, also be wrong". That then leads to interesting questions, such as "Where does the $64 billion per year of borrowed money to fund NASA really going to?"

    • What’s an even more interesting question is “if the guys who run the central bank financial system could manipulate the system for power, wealth and control, would they not do the same with things like the fake moon landing and the sphere-earth psyop for the same reasons??”

    • FYI Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo et al lived and died a looooong time before WWII.

    • These morons have no interest in facts or reason.@@gerontodon

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