- Well, I don't know. It was just a fun observation. All I can say is that I think the required metric would be , assuming a Cartesian coordinate system with an origin in the center of the sphere. Giving a rigorous proof, however, is beyond my meager math skills. - LucidFox (talk) 02:31, 5 August 2011 (UTC)
Some lizardfolk love for Teed
IMO, the moon is a concave projection, like a bowl (the bowl theory is thanks to another member of the forum, whose name I forget). According to Cyrus Tweed, this is because the moon is a projection of the crust of the earth. I don't know about the latter being true, but the first two conjectures have evidence to support them.
In the same post, this guy claims that the Sun is a "man-made machine" shaped like an "octagonal double pyramid". Oh, and the Earth is a computer, and we live on its inner surface, massaraksh.--ZooGuard (talk) 17:05, 2 June 2012 (UTC)
Really, this guy arguing with nephy is great, i had a fun time hearing this and living through it with out reality ending
Digging on a cellular cosmogony
This thing is nutty, but for a fantasy world is pretty cool. Have been any words on what would happen if you digged deeper and deeper on that world? (ie: beginning in but ending on New Zealand) --Panzerfaust (talk) 12:20, 9 October 2016 (UTC)
You're a bunch of freaks
I'll not spoil it for those who arrive to this article for the first time, but thanks for the laughs I had when I discovered what means "Massaraksh".
And I'll repeat again: sure this is woo of the finest quality but it's a quite neat idea for a fantasy novel. I guess the world would wrap around and be self-contained; you for example dig on Italy and end up on New Zealand. I'll think deeper on this
bullshit cosmology model. --Panzerfaust (talk) 10:50, 10 December 2017 (UTC)