Google News has created a new tool for creating flat earth models and a flat-earth-based science model using the Flat Earth Model 60 (FOAM60).
Famed scientist and Flat Earth Movement founder Joseph Flaxman coined the term “flat earth” in 1857, describing a flat surface of the Earth as “less flat” than the Earth’s crust.
In 1891, Flaxmann published a model that was used by American geologists in the 19th century to establish the geologic time scale for the Earth.
The FOM60, created by Flaxmans wife Susan, is a new, open-source flat-earthen tool that allows users to create, edit, and save model files for use in a range of scientific applications.
The tool is available on the FOM61 website.
Users can use the Fom61 model file to create flat-Earth-based models, which are then loaded into scientific software such as ScientificAstro.
To use the tool, simply open up the file and click the ‘Open’ button.
Users are able to select their favourite scientific model and then click ‘Create’.
The creation of a flat Earth model requires a number of parameters that are specified on the website.FOM61 uses a simple flat-surface model.
Its flat surface is made of “sand and gravel”.
This model has an average density of around 0.06 grams per cubic metre of soil, which makes it an ideal model for studying the dynamics of soil.
The model’s main feature is the “flat-surface gravity” of the material that makes it more or less stable, such as water, salt, minerals, and gases.
The model’s gravity is estimated to be 1.5 to 1.8 Gm/m3, which is about the same as the Earths gravity.
The accuracy of a model is also measured by the “surface gravity standard deviation”, which is the difference between the standard deviation of the model and the gravity measured on the surface.
The software can be used to generate flat-Earthen models of a range, from Earth-like worlds to the flat-flat Earth model of our own planet.
The flat-land model of Earth was used to create models of Earth’s history and geography.
It was also used to describe the surface of Mars.
The Flat Earth movement uses a variety of scientific data to establish its theories of the structure and history of the planet.
Flat Earth is a model of the earth’s surface based on the idea that the earth was first formed as a ball of rock.
It is believed that the Earth first formed about 4.5 billion years ago, with the crust of the crust being more than 3 billion years old.
Earth has been in constant motion for the past 8 billion years, with Earth rotating on its axis about every 2.7 hours.
The earth’s rotation also contributes to the movement of its surface and atmosphere.
The theory of evolution that explains why life on Earth exists is based on Earth’s rotation, the fact that the planet rotates, and the way in which life forms interact with the environment.
According to Flaxson, the flat earth theory has been used to establish that the world is not a globe or a cylinder, but a flat plane, and that the continents are flat because of the rotation of the globe.