A group of flats are ready to sail on a strange trip to Antarctica to prove once and for all that we live in a lie. The International Flat Plain Conference – the same group that believes NASA is run by conspirators who are inclined to perpetuate the Earth's spherical plan, will start sailing early next year. It is reported that Logan Paul, his favorite punch bag, is interested in visiting.
Paul, you may remember, he released a teaser for his forthcoming documentary, The Flatland: the Edge and the Back. earthly conference, where he seems to begin to question his previous convictions and to perceive the very theory. In it, you can expect him to ask the tricky questions like: are planets something, or is this sport coat / beard combo making people forget that I once shot and laughed at a suicide person? little is known about the journey itself. What we know is that Flat Earthers plan a course to Antarctica where they hope to see the ice wall that they believe surrounds the planet. It is said to be 1
Of course, this is about the end of the line for Flat Earthers have agreed on everything. It is a community rich in internal struggles and where the only consensus is that we live a lie on a planet that is actually a dome rather than a sphere. The Earth Society has not simply raised the money to prove its theory all the time. Of course, the trip will probably convince the most capricious of its members.
But we will still be watching this closely because we love a good wreck on the train.