Ricky Gervais has actually put F Lat Earth in his place in a single tweet. The legendary savage recognizes that the Flat Earth theory is "Hipster Ignorance" and says he seems to seek attention.
The theory has existed for thousands of years, with the first Egyptians and Mesopotamians imagining the Earth as a disk floating through space. . It vanished, since other societies, cultures and empires adopted the belief that the Earth was round, b ut that has not stopped the Floor E  arthers of provoke a revival every few decades .
But it seems that Ricky had enough of the current reactivation, and went to Twitter to take action.
I think some people really believe that a god made the universe. And I think some people really believe that there is a future life. But I do not think some people really believe that the Earth is flat. It seems that he seeks attention. Hipster Ignorance.
– Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) December 2, 2017
In his blunt tweet, Ricky said : "I think some people really believe that a god made the universe. people really believe that there is a life after death, but I do not think some people really believe that the Earth is flat, it seems a search for attention, Hipster Ignorance. "
Famous atheist, by Ricky to  says that the flat Earth theory is even more ridiculous than religion for him is great.
One of the best-known Flat Earthers in the world, & # 39; Mad & # 39; Mad & # 39; Mike Hughes made headlines recently when it turned out that he had been building a homemade steam rocket in his garage. He planned to climb and launch himself into the sky until to prove that the entire world scientific community is wrong.
The rest of the world waited for the scheduled day to come, but when finally rolled it was forced to delay the mission, after US Bureau of Land Management (BLM). UU stopped him from using public lands . In addition, the rocket launcher broke down, a slight problem.
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It's far from being the only one, of course. Former cricketer Freddie Flintoff recently revealed that he not only believed that the Earth was not round, but, in fact, had the shape of a turnip.
"If you are in a helicopter and you are flying over, why does not the Earth come towards you if it is round?" He told The Sun .
"If we are flying through space, why would the water stay still? Why does not it wobble? Also if a laser is fired at about 16 miles, if the world was curved, you should not be able to see it but you can "
Then, of course, there is also the Hollow Earth Theory that has been gaining traction. I wonder what Ricky would have to say about that?
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