Flat Sea’er

The Earth is neither flat nor round at a human scale. By simplifying the terms we use to describe the Earth into mere abstract shapes, we enter a conceptual terrain that is factually contrary to what we can empirically experience. Such a dissonance might be one of the most effective tools in use when the shape of the Earth is brought into question. We all (well mostly) live on land where the horizon seldom can be observed without some sort of backdrop or topographic element(s) that contradict the abstract notions (on a human scale and focal ability) of simplified geometric form. The most counter-intuitive Continue reading Flat Sea’er