"All aboard the Flat Earth cruise – just don’t tell them about nautical navigation"
"Is the Earth flat? Meet the people questioning science"
All you have to do is chart the path a flat Earth trip would take in a straight line V a 'straight' path say in aircraft around Earth. It is easy to show they could cross over completely different land masses.
Hasn't anyone done that, say film the flight with camera looking down out the window and showing the land masses going by on that trip and then showing where a straight line would lead on a flat Earth map, they would not be even close to the same points, going in straight lines from point A on both maps, say Paris as Point A and Tierra Fuego as point B. The flat Earth trip would not see the same land masses and Islands as the 'straight' path which is really a curved path around the planet but maintaining the same heading.
Also, going around the equator on the flat Earth, which would be a circle, you could not just point it on a straight path, say an airplane starting at some point on that circular path, keep flying that direction and you would soon not be on the equator any more because you have to keep steering left or steering right depending on which direction you are going on that theoretical trip.
You would constantly have to change directions, easily read out with even a simple nav compass to keep on the equator of this flat Earth.
On the REAL world, you could start a trip going either way on the equator and having the same nav compass, going in a straight line you would still be right on top of the equator no matter how long you flew.
I wonder if either of those points have been pointed out to anyone on those anti science conventions? Do they allow refuting POV speakers to talk and bring THEIR videos and other evidence?
I don't follow these conventions so I don't know if they ever even ALLOW refutational speakers to talk or some kind of real debate to happen there.