> You never saw a globe in school.
That's not what was said, or even implied.
Nobody else would be confused by the point, but ironically I guess I have to explain it to you like you're back in school.
The idea communicated is that a globe is not used as the primary instructional tool. Outside of some brief experiences in elementary levels, NOBODY on earth does that, unless you don't have a flat map (your anecdote is actual bullshit). So, if you had a classroom where you're teaching geography, the first thing you would do to create teaching materials would be to make a map from the globe. This leads to distortions either way.
As usual, you just like to argue to push weird ideas aggressively whenever I see your nick on