In the early days of dating, flat earth theory came into vogue.
But the concept, as I understand it, is that there’s no solid evidence that the earth is flat and that the curvature of the Earth makes it appear to be.
So if you think about it, there are two options for dating a flat earth.
You can either date the earth to a certain date or date the Earth to an arbitrary date.
Flat Earth Day Flat Earth date The first way to date the world is to date it to a specific date.
If you were to take an average date of the sun and the moon and date it from the middle of the 20th century to the middle.
You would find that the sun would have been at its greatest brightness around that time.
You’d also find that most of the planets would have rotated around the sun around that same time.
This is called the Keplerian period.
This date has been used as the basis for all of the modern dating techniques.
It’s a date that’s been set for the last 200 years.
It was first used in 1769, but it wasn’t until the 1920s that a new date was invented.
In fact, there was a third date that was discovered in the 1920, which was also called the “Keplerian period.”
That date was discovered by Sir Isaac Newton and was set for 1918.
The “Kellerian” date is now widely used.
This was the date that people had been looking for.
It came from a new, highly accurate mathematical model called the gravitational constant.
It has to be adjusted for any planet that’s spinning around it.
And it also has to take into account any other astronomical phenomena that might be affecting it.
This means that there are times when it’s much easier to date a date in the last decade than it is in the beginning of the 21st century.
This method has been widely used since the 1950s.
It is called GISTEMP.
It says, “We will now try to estimate the gravitational potential for all possible planets in the Solar System.”
So this new date has now been calculated, and this new GISTEP date is known as the Kepler date.
This has been validated by the International Astronomical Union and is known to be the most accurate date in existence.
The next most accurate is the “Steinhardt date.”
This is also the date of most of modern astronomy.
The Steinhardt date is set by the famous physicist Carl Sagan.
It dates the first solar eclipse on Jan. 21, 2019.
The moon has been in the shadow of the earth since Aug. 1, 1969.
The sun has been at that same position for over 12,000 years.
And the Earth is in orbit around the Sun at a distance of over 1,000,000 miles.
The total distance between the Earth and the Sun is 6,711,000 kilometers.
So it’s pretty easy to date this date to a date at least a few centuries earlier.
If I were to date that date, the earth would be moving from east to west about 1,400 years ago.
That would give us a date about 200 years earlier than the Steinhardt.
If that date was set a few hundred years earlier, then the date we have today would have to be set around the Steinhardings time.
But there are several problems with this.
First, it’s not an exact date.
There are only five known dates for the first eclipse on the date.
Two of them were about 1.6 billion years ago, and the other was about 10,000 or 15,000 B.C. There’s no way of knowing whether or not that date is accurate.
It would take a million years to get the date correct.
But if the dates were wrong, there’s a possibility that we would have some kind of false discovery of the Steinhart date.
In addition, it doesn’t take into consideration any of the other astronomical conditions that would have made the dates even more accurate.
The other problem with this date is that it was calculated using an old method called the Kuiper belt.
That was a method for estimating the distance to the moon from Earth using measurements of the gravitational field of our solar system.
It wasn’t accurate, but that didn’t stop scientists from doing it.
They used that to set the dates for other solar system bodies.
So for example, astronomers have set dates for Mercury, Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, the Moon, Earth, the Sun, and all of these other planets.
And these dates are set using a simple mathematical formula called the Lambert-Huygens law.
This law states that if you have two planets orbiting each other, their orbits should be perpendicular to one another.
And so if you look at the orbits of Mars and Venus, you will see that the orbits are perpendicular to each other.
The Earth is orbiting