Standing on the South Pole with a compass pointing towards the North on a globe, how can the needle on your compass point directly to the North perpendicular to the vertical, when the needle in reality are pointing towards "outer space" from that angle on a globe and NOT towards the magnetic North? And to aim directly at the magnetic North Pole (from the South Pole) on a globe, you would have to aim the needle of the compass down at an angle, which would go through the globe itself to point at the magnetic North Pole!
The only way that a compass can point directly at the so called magnetic North perpendicular to the vertical from everywhere in this world, is, if we live on a relatively flat surface!
The theoretical Flat Earth map and the UN logo.
If you think, I'm religious, you're wrong.
If you think, I'm an atheist, you're also wrong.
I seek the absolute truth - no more and no less!
"The one, who seeks the truth,
is also the one, who reveals it."
*Jesus said: ”Beware of false prophets,
which come to you in sheep's clothing...”