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Flat-Earthers Set Sail To The End Of The World

Next year, flat-earthers have planned an expedition to sail to the tip of the world.

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At the southernmost point of the southernmost continent, Antarctica, stands a 50 meter high ice wall. Beyond that, well, people don’t know–a spaghetti monster, Chtulu, the infinite void that encompasses all–the mystery remains to be seen.

In addition to the ice wall at the tip of the world, flat-earthers claim that we live in something like a dome, with stars, sun and moon are all underneath. And to settle the nerves of any the flat-earthers, you can’t fall off of the Earth; Flat Earth International Conference (FEIC) founder Robbie Davidson said: ” We don’t believe anything can fall off the edge, because a big portion of the flat earth community believes that we’re in a dome, like a snow globe.” The operative word in Davidson’s statement is “believe”.

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In the name of science and free inquiry, The FEIC has organized an expedition to the alleged ice wall at the end of Antarctica. The expedition is not scheduled until next year; the debate shall continue. So, we will have to wait and see–is the Earth round or flat? The FEIC believes the answer will be discovered by the brave men and women who seek the truth at the end of the world.

Logan Paul has a documentary on flat Earth–is he, too, a flat-earther?

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