Since flat earth could be a psyop, and has become THE wedge issue of the skeptic crowd for the past year, I’ve splintered off a sub-blog and will migrate all my flat posts over there.
There’s no perfect way to divide what could be the biggest psyOp of all time from other psyOps, but I’ll try and keep this main blog more media fakery centric.
Always evolving (not revolving).
Max is not buying into the flat earth, and says it’s to keep people off the important issues like the emergence of a global police state.
He did have some interesting compass findings on one of his many southern flights.
Discussed as well on John’s show:
If the sun is electric and not nuclear (unclear), then all the quack-ademic science about it should be trashed.
John is a great speaker. Today’s guest was questionable and maybe even controlled.
Perhaps our Aussie or Kiwi readers can weigh in on this.
Watch “The Arctic and Antarctic Prove Flat Earth” on YouTube
I really enjoy Paul’s talks – and here, he makes it clear he does not believe in a flat earth as described by the “movement”.
Two very interesting moon watchers. Cee Dee is a very good speaker and does live streaming of the moon with his $2000+ setup.
Another fascinating show with a new voice, Cee Dee, who makes some fascinating observations on our controllers and how they operate and perceive us.
He speculates that the world’s population is far less than we’re told, which might help account for the lack of “awake” people viewing and publishing fakeology-type media.
A big day for those questioning the earth’s shape? Eclipses are a sticky point, and make for some interesting conversations on how they work on either model.
The total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Indonesia including Sumatra, Borneo, and Sulawesi, and from locations in the Pacific Ocean.Observers in northern and eastern Australia, in South Asia, and in East Asia will be able to see a partial eclipse.The eclipse will begin at 23:19 UTC on March 8, 2016, and its maximum point will take place at 01:59 UTC on March 9, 2016. Totality will last for 4 minutes and 9 seconds.
Source: March 8, 2016 – March 9, 2016 — Total Solar Eclipse