May 2021

Expanding Flat Earth Thinking Part 2; The Forces of Denial

Denial

There is an old saying that the only constant in the universe is change. However, the body of a human system will by its very nature seek to go against the universe by maintaining the continuity of its familiar knowledge horizon, especially if any change potentially challenges a mature, hierarchical and complex social structure based on a precept that risks are being substituted for a new concept. Thus, human systems contain dynamic struggles between new ideas and old established ideas.

Expanding Flat Earth Thinking Part 1 ; The Cascade of Change

Flat Earth

The idea that the Earth is a sphere was proved by ancient Greek philosophers such as Aristotle (384–322 BC) who obtained empirical evidence after travelling to Egypt and seeing new constellations of stars. Eratosthenes, in the third century BC, became the first person to calculate the circumference of the Earth. Islamic scholars made further advanced measurements from about the 9th century AD onwards.

The Unnatural Origins of The Wuhan Pandemic - Part 3 The Evidence For Laboratory Origins of SARS2

BAT LADY AT WORK

With no compelling zoonotic evidence for the origins of SARS2 we must call on one of the adages of Sherlock Holmes “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?” The laboratory hypothesis has to be the considered in detail, not relegated to a conspiracy theory of which we dare not speak.