Flat Earthers are going to Antarctica to prove everyone wrong. They are embarking on a journey to find the frozen barrier and prove humanity once and for all that the Earth is FLAT.
The quest for the frozen barrier
The thickness of the supposed ice was is said to measure about several hundred meters, and it allegedly surrounds the whole planet, towering 50 meters high.
The Flat Earth International Conference (FEIC) organizes the trip which will take place next year, but the details regarding the whole thing are kept secret – what a bummer.
The expedition received tons of attention even from Logan Paul. You may know him – he’s a YouTube star who really seems to want to join the crew.
Paul launched a teaser for his upcoming documentary, “The Flat Earth: To The Edge and Back.”
It’s interesting to note that Robbie Davidson, the FEIC founder, told Forbes that Antarctica would go all the way around our beloved planet if you take a globe and you squish it down.
“It’s kind of like an ice shore, and it’s very, very large. It’s not like you just go there, and you can just peek over it,” he said.
The Flat Earthers’ expedition will use navigation systems based on the planet’s sphericity
“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,” he added.
This means that the Sun, Moon, and stars are all packed in this dome. They also believe that nothing can fall off Earth.
One of the most exciting things to mention is that the brave expedition team will be using the navigational equipment which makes use of the planet’s sphericity.
Like we already said, Good Luck and Godspeed! Stay tuned for more info on the edge of the world.
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