Flat Earth was a conspiracy by the Roman Catholic church in union with other European governments of the medieval times, otherwise known as the "Dark ages". The church turned this idea into a scare tactic that if you go too far, you will "fall off the edge of the Earth". This was used as propaganda in limiting expeditions from venturing too far, as there were growing fears of loosing communities to the rumored New World.
The conspiracy turned into a "theory", so that the flat earth idea continues to be promoted in the present-day with the Flat Earth society.
Flat Earth societyEdit
The Flat Earth Society continue the claim that the Earth is actually flat, not round. Mainstream communities object to their theories based on evidence from NASA, and the simple experience of sailing on the open waters. However, the Flat Earth Society claims that the United States government is hiding the "truth" on this subject.
The society claims the following "illusions":
- The force of gravity and the Coriolis effect are caused by dark energy.
- GPS detectors fool pilots and make them think they are flying in a straight line, when actually, they`re flying in circles.
A hypothetical phenomenon that occurs during space-time travel where the Earth appears flat, on a seemingly two dimensional plane. The Earth plane then folds, so as to allow a hypothetical time traveler to either reach an opposite point on the Earth, or an opposite time period. Pilots who have experienced flat Earth phenomena may have actually been time jumping, or teleporting, unaware of what was happening, in particular at suspected wormhole points on the Earth.