Flat Earth- Seasons and Weather Explained

The four seasons and weather on a flat earth can be easily explained and understood, and it perfectly explains what we actually see and experience.

The sun is close and small and circles around and above the flat earth in a spiral pattern on the Tropic of Cancer in the Northern Summer months, and then down to the Tropic of Capricorn in the Northern Winter Months. So when the sun is further away from the North Pole, it’s winter in the north and summer in the south.

In the winter months as the sun circles on the Tropic of Capricorn it moves faster because it has farther to go in a 24 hour period. So that is why in winter the days are shorter and the sun is farther down in the sky, because it is father away on the Tropic of Capricorn.

The sun’s movement above flat earth also explains the 24-hour days in the summer and the endless nights in winter near the North Pole. As the sun circles around the flat earth on the Tropic of Cancer, it is visible 24 hours a day to those who live near the center of its daily circle.

Time Lapse of the Sun Proves Flat Earth (With clip of 24-hour Arctic Sun)

The flat earth is an enclosed terrarium in which the sun’s path, the environment, and water create the water cycle of respiration, evaporation, and precipitation. This makes perfect sense on a flat enclosed earth with a small, close sun creating constant temperature changes as it circles above and around the flat earth.


These constant changes create weather. Weather is created by the close heat of the sun as it heats the water and the air. Masses of warm and cold air then move from place to place, creating winds. Because the sun is a close, small heat source, the water and air heat up fast and the cool down again as the sun moves away at night time. The constant heating and cooling of the air and water inside the enclosed flat earth terrarium create constant air movement and weather changes.

This also creates changes in day and night temperatures and the drastic temperatures and changes we see in the seasons throughout the year.


Seasons Explained on Flat Earth-Animation

Flat Earth: Evidence of the Sun’s Path

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14 thoughts on “Flat Earth- Seasons and Weather Explained”

  1. I find this idea very interesting and don’t see why it is not true. Do governments lie to us-yes everyday all the time. Do they know things we don’t-of course, they hide the truth from us to control and manipulate us. When I first looked at this I thought it was funny, but the more I read the more I am convinced. There is a scripture in revelation that has always confused me. The second coming of Jesus-he will be seen by everyone coming from the clouds. This always confused me on a spherical earth, if I see him how could people in Australia see him?? But on a flat earth it makes perfect sense.. The bible does not lie.

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  2. Aside from the pictures, I don’t understand the nature and mechanisms of the sun for a flat-earth system?

    * Is the sun 3-dimensional? If non-spherical, why does it always appear circular (no oblique views)? Are there any known visible examples of a non-spherical space object?

    * What about its physical make-up create light and heat that we observe all across earth? Does the sun use fuel?

    * In what direction does the light and heat leave the sun (for example, a flame radiates heat and light in all directions)?

    * If the direction is not 360 degrees, what causes the limited directionality?

    * Does the sun have mass and/or Gravity?

    * What causes the actual movement of the sun to vary in relation to Earth, by time cycle (daily, yearly, etc.)?

    Thanks.

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  3. From my research and observations, ‘gravity’ is explained by density and bouyancy and the sun’s heat and energy is resonance.
    Simply put, denser things fall or sink, more buoyant things float or fly.
    The sun transmits resonance, causing things to vibrate creating energy and heat.

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    1. Hmm, it would be interesting to understand how walking or riding a bicycle up and down hills works in a non-gravity, density-based world. We can all experience the extra energy needed to go uphill, and how going down hill is much easier, and bikes can coast long distances on a down slope.

      What is the density factor in all this?

      As a bonus question; why is it strenuous to lift a semi-large rock, of block of iron off the ground? How is density a factor in this.

      Bonus 2: why is it hard work to hold a bowling ball away from your body for any more than a very short time, before it must be dropped or set down.

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      1. The reason a bowling ball feels heavier when held outward is a matter of leverage by being held further away from the anchor point which is your shoulder.

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      2. I Imagine it would have something to do with the round wheels, the bike would roll down the hill, much the same as a ball would roll down the hill, because of it’s density it will fall and drop to the ground (because it’s less dense than the air) and then because of the shape, it will roll down the hill until it finds it’s level and loses it’s momentum, much the same as a bike would if you did not peddle, hope this explains it for you.

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      3. Don,

        If the ball is heavier, is that about it’s density? This is the answer for why things fall I read above. What about lifting a rock; what are the density comparisons involved?

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      4. samantharosejones,

        Are you saying falling thru air due to a density comparison of the object and the air is somehow related to bicycle wheels on the ground (not in air)? What is the density comparison when you’re on the ground?

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  4. How can storm systems spin counter clock wise north of the equator, and clock wise south of the equator? How can a flat earth hurtling through space create this? And how can a flat earth create winds that move from west to east? And sometimes back up and move west, and then head east again. Please explain this to us all, and in a way that makes sense.

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  5. The simple observational reasoning you offer only complicates things, as far as I can tell.

    What causes a ball to roll downhill anyway (that isn’t the same as falling thru air, after all), and what is its “level” all about? What is the density of a ball on a slope like? Momentum; isn’t that related to kinetic energy? Where does the “momentum” energy come from?

    What if the slope has a very small flat spot the ball is resting on initially; is the density scenario different than a plain incline?

    What about a ping-pong ball on a mostly level surface. This very light object has a density near that of the air around it. How much slope and how much density difference is needed to cause it to more, or not? AND WHY DOES A BALL NEED TO MOVE AT ALL???

    Next topic: uphill, and holding a bowling ball!

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  6. “So that is why in winter the days are shorter and the sun is farther down in the sky, because it is father away on the Tropic of Capricorn.”

    This is not the reason why the day is shorter in winter of the region near North pole. You cannot apply this theory in the region near Antarctica such as New zealand. In Feburary the day time is very long in Queenstown. What I guess the Sun is rotating between Topic of cancer and Topic of Capricorn slowly during moving around the equator in the flat earth. The day time only depend on law of perspective. You can see the sun longer time if the path is over your head in summer

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