- Jan 25, 2014
This literally doesn't make any sense. I don't know what you are asking or disputing at this point, because the entire "Flat Earth" proposition doesn't make any sense in the first place.Don't try act like I don't know I was asking you because its obvious something less dense than its medium will rise and something more dense will fall why do you need to add gravity?
"Gravity" is the label we give to the action of things falling to the Earth. There is nothing to add. Again, if you want to call this action "The Will of Jeff, The God Of Biscuits," go ahead.
If you want to dispute the mechanism behind gravity (that objects of mass don't attract each other), that's a different issue. I don't understand what your plausible mechanism is except for "Dense goes down," but down to what?
We live in a universe with at least three dimensions. So going to a 2 dimensional shape of "Flat" or a plane for the Earth is ridiculous. We know it has depth, as anyone with a shovel can dig a few feet, and not fall through to the turtle that's supporting it. If it's not roughly a sphere, what shape is it? Like a Brick? A Sausage? A Deck? A sheet of paper (which itself has depth, just very little when compared to height and width)?