John hosts another interesting roundtable. My views on the flat earth is more of an anti-NASA ball skeptic, similar to Jon’s.
An interesting laser experiment mentioned in this broadcast occurs tonite as well.
Eric always comes across well in his interviews. He doesn’t tend to overstate his case, leaving many questions open but definitely damning NASA for its control the flat earth debate. He mentioned how the flat earth debate was quite active before NASA began and took the one Apollo 17 picture that is really the only one used to this day.
I am getting so many emails on this one, I felt pressured to write this brief response. Very few of my
science readers are asking me about this, but many of those reading my history papers are. I think that
is because the spooks are running a very visible disinfo campaign on the Flat Earth, and a lot of people
are being snared by it. I am not sure why the Flat Earth is getting so much “alternative” press right
now, but I have my suspicions.
I’m still trying to figure out the Eric Dubay/Mark Sargent conflict. This latest mainstream media interview may offer a clue. The conversation basically ignored the flat earth model that is central to Eric’s talks and stayed on the dome created by aliens model. This is clearly taking what I think is a possibility and spinning it into crazy.
Eric chats it up with a fairly mainstream conspiracy show out of Toronto. So far I haven’t heard anything disproving what he says. Is that because there is really nothing out there proving the ball earth? I enjoy Eric’s calm delivery and peaceful nature and definitely am pleased how he exposes NASA for the fraud that it is!
Another experiment repeatedly performed to disprove Earth’s supposed rotation under our feet is firing cannons vertically and horizontally in all cardinal directions. If the Earth were truly spinning Eastwards underneath us as the heliocentric model suggests then vertically-fired cannonballs should fall significantly due West.