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(University of Leeds)   Remember how quaint the stories of the Earth being flat? Well, here be Dragons   (leeds.ac.uk ) divider line
    More: Interesting, Earth, University of Leeds, Convection, National Academy of Sciences, Nature Geoscience, dynamics, comets, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology  
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2013-09-19 10:46:58 AM  
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limeyfellow

doglover: Who ever really believed the earth was flat? We've known it was round since AT LEAST greece. It's documented.

Well there is Paul Broun (R-GA). You know, the man who sits on the Congressional Subcommittee.for Science. The scariest thing is, he not the worse one on there by far.

Lets not forget Hank Johnson(D) warning admirals not to tip over islands by putting to much on top of them
Democrat congressman from DeKalb
The same DeKalb who celebrated "Pi day" last week on 9-14 (and in doing so generated this FARK thread)
 
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