A group of Flat Earthers is ready to embark on a bizarre journey to the Antarctic to prove once and for all that we are living a lie The Flat Earth International Conference – the same group that believes NASA is led by conspirators who want to perpetuate the myth of a spherical earth – plans to set sail early next year. Logan Paul, the most popular punching bag on the Internet, has reportedly been interested.
As you may recall, Paul has launched a teaser for his upcoming documentary "The Flat Earth: To The Edge and Back" Earth Conference, where he begins to question his earlier beliefs and adopt the theory himself. It can be expected to ask the hard questions: are planets something, or does this sports coat / beard combination make people forget that I once filmed a man and laughed at a man who committed suicide?
Little is known about the journey itself. What we do know is that Flat Earthers is planning a course to the Antarctic, where they hope to see the ice wall that they believe surrounds the planet. It is said that he is 1
"If you take a globe and depress it, the Antarctic would go all the way earth. It's a bit like an ice-bank and it's very, very big. It's not like you just go there and you can just take a look, "said Robbie Davidson, founder of FEIC, to Forbes . "We do not think anything can fall off the edge, because a lot of the flat earth thinks we're in a dome, like a snow globe."
Granted, that's the end of the Flat Earthers series, who agree on anything. It is a community where there are many struggles in which the only consensus is that we live on a planet that is actually a dome, not a sphere.
Still, one has to wonder why a conspiracy club like the flat The Earth Society has not only increased the money to prove its theory. Admittedly, the journey should convince of the most fickle members.
But we will still watch it closely because we love a good train accident.