All ancient world “globe” maps should therefore be convex, yet they are nearly all concave. The official story has been shown to differ from reality with Newton.It is said that Newton thought that gravity was a pull by the large mass of the Earth, yet in his letters it is shown that he thought gravity was the exact opposite – a push on mass by “spirit”.You can be thoughtful and chivalrous, but don’t kiss her ass. And there you have it, ladies: scientific proof of everything I’ve always suggested. It wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to assume that Copernicus and/or Galileo really thought that the Earth was concave rather than convex. Who educated the masses in the early-to-mid 19th century? Conclusion Overall there is a good possibility that the original knowledge-holders had discovered that the Earth was concave by rational means, but we can never know for sure…and if they did, I can’t find any documents to show this.Or, women may see responsive men as eager to please, or even desperate,” Birnbaum said. Reciprocate when he kisses you at the end of the night.
Correct source maps of California may not have been available to the cartographer and so older source maps had to be used.
The short version of this is that women like men who play it cool and that men like women who make them feel good – interesting, masculine, sexy, trusted (which is the central premise of my book Why He Disappeared.)“Men who perceive women to be interested in them rated the women as more feminine and sexually attractive.
They also showed more interest in having long-term relationships with the responsive women than with the nonresponsive women.”I’ve never understood the “women playing hard to get” thing. If you think he’s cute, funny, and fascinating, chances are he’s going to want to spend more time with you.
(Author’s note: I’ve archived the old concave Earth theory article here for past reference). Perhaps these world maps are collections of much older smaller maps of local areas which show neither convexity nor concavity, such as this one from 1548.
This new article is split into 10 pages for easy download. Could California really have been an island or a pennisula at the time of the creation of the source map?