One Hundred Proofs That the Earth Is Not a Globe: Dedicated to R. A. Proctor, Esq. (Paperback)
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William Carpenter, a printer and author, was born in England and later moved to Baltimore where he continued to advocate for the flat-Earth theory. While this is not Williams first publication on the topic, it is certainly impressive as to the amount of information that William was able to provide and the passion with which he makes each point.
Carpenter's evidence is given in short paragraphs allowing the reader to take in the information without feeling overwhelmed. The book ends with a collection of letters that had not been answered by the time the list went to print in 1885. These prove to be as thought-provoking as the actual text, as one gets a better understanding of what public views were on the topic at the time of publication.
A must-read for anyone interested in science or astrology, and for all those who wonder what evidence could prove that the earth is flat.