Robbie Davidson organized the Flat Earth International Conference last month, but he has more in store than just a special exhibition for Flat-Earthers when it comes to proving his point that our planet is flat. He also just released a movie called Scientism Exposed 2 and in a recent interview, he promised that the new movie not only proves that Earth is flat, but also has the potential to make people "ask all . "
Described by Daily Star Online as a Christian with 10 allegedly flat documentaries about Earth, among other theories, Davidson's new film states that today's technological advances are able to demonstrate with more It is also certain that it is impossible for someone to ever reach the edge of planet Earth to discover what is there, since it would be "too cold" for technology to work.
"Flat-Earthers do not all agree on what is on the edge of the Earth," Davidson explained in an interview with Daily Star Online .
"But the Earth has a flat edge, Antarctica is more likely at the edge, and the Arctic is in the middle."
Explaining his belief that Antarctica represents the edge of planet Earth, the film of Robbie Davidson pro-Earth flat states that this was the reason why all countries refused to explore the continent except for scientific purposes, through the 1959 Antarctic Treaty. But that is not the only conspiracy theory . Exposed 2 has floated, as Davidson was quoted by the Daily Star Online saying that the Apollo moon landings were falsified in an attempt to graph the "round" Earth as it appeared from space.
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Likewise, Robbie Davidson cited other examples to support his claim to a flat Earth, such as " illusion "of ships that disappear as they advance over the horizon, and the lack of conclusive scientific experiments that could prove that our planet is round. He also spoke with other news agencies in recent days, including Newsweek saying he believes there are other stars and planets, but adding that he really can not say with certainty if these objects are also flat.  "They seem to be spherical, they could be discs, I do not think it really matters too much, I just do not think we're in a sphere."
While, in fact, there have been numerous scientific and scientific papers challenging the statements made by Robbie Davidson and other members of Flat Earth, Davidson said Daily Star Online that it is the scientific community that has a closed mind on the issues at hand. He ended by saying that the Flat-Earthers tend to ask more questions and express more doubts about seemingly established facts, suggesting that the US government. UU He may be lying about scientific discoveries just as he would lie "about something like the JFK murder."