Flat Earther Lies In His Amazon Review Of My Book

This website exposes the flat earth deception and proves that the earth is globe shaped.

Here’s a ridiculous review of my The False Doctrine Of The Flat Earth book, which shows that the person did not read it, and that they are just a blatant liar.

Not one thing in this book is accurate. Hoax book.

Not one point in this book checks out. It is full of half truths, and misguided Strawman attacks of the Enclosed Cosmological view by misrepresenting the claims of Flat Earthers, and then proceeding to build arguments against those false misrepresentations. I thought this book was a joke but I think it is just a hoax by the author to see how foolish he could make his reader look.

As soon he states that the oceans curve because the surface tension of tiny singular water droplets bend on your finger tip, I knew I was in for nonsense. And the author’s misrepresentation of how vanishing point optics work, blatant lying about flight patterns and Foucault’s Pendulum findings makes me think he intentionally did this to mock and make fun of his reader. Nobody could be this stupid. Embarrassingly stupid book.

If you want to be brainwashed by pseudo science gibberish, read this book. And it gets worse. Then he misrepresents tons of things from the Bible to lie further about how it correlates to Flat Earth views. On every front, this book reeks.

In the book I only explain the proper context of the verses that flat-earthers cite; and I didn’t offer any explanations about the things that this person mentioned. They should be ashamed of themselves for blatantly lying to people!

They probably bought the book to be able to listed as a ‘verified buyer’ and didn’t even read it; because if they read it their review would have been very different. Such is life.

If you’re a flat earther, have you studied the context of the Bible verses which are being cited to proclaim “the Bible says flat earth”?

The False Doctrine of the Flat Earth book by David Nikao

This book goes through all 240 verses that people like Nathan Roberts cite, to show you the proper context; because if you’re promoting this list, then you’re accountable for the explanations.