" "The Elusive Curve" is a fictional book clearly created to convey the author’s very non-fiction message, that the Earth is a motionless level plane devoid of any curvature. When the protagonist Max discovers irrefutable proof of the true shape of the Earth, the course of his life drastically changes and he becomes a man obsessed, convinced that there is more land being hid beyond Antarctica, and that he is going to reach it. The Elusive Curve does an excellent job debunking typical globe-Earth claims like ships over the horizon, Foucault’s Pendulum, and the Coriolis Effect while presenting Flat Earth proofs like level water, plane gyroscopes, and long-distance photography, all within the context of the protagonist’s varied and colourful relationships. Max must constantly deal with the stigma of being the “crazy Flat Earther,” ridicule from friends/family, and bombardment of typical questions like “why would they lie,” and “how could so many people keep such a big secret” and “what does the shape of Earth even matter anyway.” The Elusive Curve succeeds in presenting all the main arguments for a Flat Earth and arguments against a spinning ball-Earth in a fun and realistic story format, recommended for all Flat Earthers and FE curious people." " ~ @Eric Dubay
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