Flat Earth Clues 13 – The Lost Nail – clearly dba

This video has nothing to do with the shape of the earth, yet it’s labeled so.

If he’s trying to discredit NASA, the fake suit is certainly a worthy way, but there are hundreds of easier ways to discredit NASA.

After all these years, it is becoming clearer to me that this campaign is about discrediting Cluesforum.info and Simon’s Tychos.info model that he publicly announced his intentions of years ago.

Raw footage of Toronto skyline across Lake Ontario from Jordan Harbour, Ontario 

I took this video while standing here: goo.gl/maps/p4fPc3LgRtp

I used my P900 camera on the beach with a tripod 4 feet off the ground. I haven’t measured the height of the buildings that might be missing IF there is a curve.

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I am simply offering this up to both/any sides of the earth shape investigators.

There aren’t that many great days to take this shot, but I found one in June that was quite good.

Eclipses, Einstein, and epic storytelling

There’s nothing in this story that doesn’t read like a fantasy novel. Occult numbers 19,11 and 175. More clues to a completely alchemist, fake narrative.

Few eclipses have had more impact on modern history than the one on May 29, 1919, more than six minutes of darkness sweeping across South America and across the Atlantic to Africa.

www.thestar.com/news/world/2017/08/06/a-whole-new-universe-1919-eclipse-confirmed-einsteins-theory-of-general-relatively.html

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Kyrie Irving’s flat Earth theory influencing youngsters: Report

Any discussion is good.

It appears Kyrie Irving’s flat Earth theory is rounding into form inside some classrooms stateside. Remember a few months ago when the 25-year-old star NBA point guard declared the Earth to be flat while on the basketball podcast Road Trippin’? Well, Irving’s geographical conspiracy theory has apparently influenced at least a few young students in the United States.

m.torontosun.com/2017/07/28/kyrie-irvings-flat-earth-theory-influencing-youngsters