Iovandrake And The First Basic Law Of Shapes (video)
After an interesting (?) conversation with a flat Earth proponent, who tried to claim that there is no difference between reality for either a flat Earth or a spherical one, I’ve decided to make a short video exploring this conjecture.
Join me as we explore the first basic law of shapes and discover – magically – that shapes have different properties, and that circles and spheres are MEASURABLY different.
Who’d have thunk it?
I’m truly amazed that, in the 21st century, I have to explain something that most children learn before they even begin to talk.
It appears that geometric and mathematical illiteracy is something of a prerequisite for belief in a flat Earth.
Apologies for the sound issues at the beginning. There also appears to be some flickering with the blender animations. I’m not sure if this is just my computer or a Lightworks issue. I hope to have it sorted for the next videos. The Lightworks render seems to have a bit of a nightmare as well, sometimes.
When I did my film degree – all those years back – we were still using celluloid. I can change a film can with my eyes closed and I’m a whizz in an old style editing suite, but you crazy kids have gone all digital these days, so it’s about time I had a go at it.
I’ve decided to upload it as it is, because I can’t be bothered with the headache with Lightworks at the minute, as it seems to like crashing whenever I move the mouse.
If anybody knows how to deal with these issues – or of another program as versatile as Lightworks, but without the annoying tendency to freeze up all the time – then I’d be glad to hear from them.
Still, I hope you enjoy the video.
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