Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Flat Earth bollocks just got a celebrity endorsement

quote [ People at one time did not have the privilege of seeing a famous rapper debate a famous astrophysicist about whether the earth was flat. We are deprived no more.

Bobby Ray Simmons Jr., a Grammy-nominated rapper-singer better known as B.o.B, released a “diss track” on Monday aimed at the noted astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson after the two had argued on Twitter about the shape of the planet. ]

Well, at least there isn't a risk to public health and the long term viability of human civilization like there is with the anti-vaxers or climate change deniers. Still, the fucking shape of the planet should be completely unambiguous. And for the life of me I can't even imagine what possible benefit there could even be to a global conspiracy to foist a round Earth model.
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HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 10:49pm GMT on 26th January
And for the life of me I can't even imagine what possible benefit there could even be to a global conspiracy to foist a round Earth model.

I just wasted 15 minutes of my life trying to see if there was some kind of consensus on this, but as far as I can tell, it's generally just one more thing "they" don't want you to know the truth about. Some claim a round Earth is an attempt to discredit religious scripture (where the Earth is described as flat, having corners, etc.), but a lot of it seems to be a baseline for brainwashing by an Illuminati/Freemasons/Reptilian-style outfit. They glom onto tactics used by spy agencies to trash reputations and then claim the same thing is being done about the shape of the Earth so further brainwashing about other "truths" can be done more easily.

That's the best I can come up with. I would love to see one of these guys debate comic book fruit loop Neal Adams about his Expanding Earth conspiracy, which he even name-dropped in one of the most awful Batman comics ever, Batman: Odyssey.


HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 10:50pm GMT on 26th January
And for the life of me I can't even imagine what possible benefit there could even be to a global conspiracy to foist a round Earth model.

I just wasted 15 minutes of my life trying to see if there was some kind of consensus on this, but as far as I can tell, it's generally just one more thing "they" don't want you to know the truth about. Some claim a round Earth is an attempt to discredit religious scripture (where the Earth is described as flat, having corners, etc.), but a lot of it seems to be a baseline for brainwashing by an Illuminati/Freemasons/Reptilian-style outfit. They glom onto tactics used by spy agencies to trash reputations and then claim the same thing is being done about the shape of the Earth so further brainwashing about other "truths" can be done more easily. I mean, if they can convince you a flat Earth is round, they can convince you of anything, right?

That's the best I can come up with. I would love to see one of these guys debate comic book fruit loop Neal Adams about his Expanding Earth conspiracy, which he even name-dropped in one of the most awful Batman comics ever, Batman: Odyssey.



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HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 10:49pm GMT on 26th January [Score:1 Informative]
And for the life of me I can't even imagine what possible benefit there could even be to a global conspiracy to foist a round Earth model.

I just wasted 15 minutes of my life trying to see if there was some kind of consensus on this, but as far as I can tell, it's generally just one more thing "they" don't want you to know the truth about. Some claim a round Earth is an attempt to discredit religious scripture (where the Earth is described as flat, having corners, etc.), but a lot of it seems to be a baseline for brainwashing by an Illuminati/Freemasons/Reptilian-style outfit. They glom onto tactics used by spy agencies to trash reputations and then claim the same thing is being done about the shape of the Earth so further brainwashing about other "truths" can be done more easily. I mean, if they can convince you a flat Earth is round, they can convince you of anything, right?

That's the best I can come up with. I would love to see one of these guys debate comic book fruit loop Neal Adams about his Expanding Earth conspiracy, which he even name-dropped in one of the most awful Batman comics ever, Batman: Odyssey.




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