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It's finally really happening! This is just the beginning of the end of the spinning ball Earth lie that's been shoved down our throats since we were old enough to see those solar systems above our cribs. It makes me shudder thinking that thousands if not millions of children continue to be brainwashed into believing in the heliocentric lie even before they even have any depth perception! How any of us seen through the lie is like a miracle to me. Thanks to all of you guys here. Every little bit counts.
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hah sorry i posted this in a wrong section hafakenasa wrote:BosnianFlatearther wrote:hello everyone , flat earth just got to the NBA as well . Kyrie Irving just admitted he believes earth is flat so does Wilson Chandler of NBA
You never really know what storylines will come out of All-Star weekend.
This year, Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving sent the interwebs ablaze when he said he believes the earth is flat on teammates Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye‘s podcast Friday.
“This is not even a conspiracy theory,” Irving said. “The earth is flat.”
Irving’s theory isn’t the first time the earth’s curvature has been discussed on the national level over the past few years. Rapper Bobby Ray Simmons, also known as B.O.B., as well as Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs, are at least skeptical that the earth is round.
“I’m telling you, it’s right in front of our faces,” Irving elaborated. “They lie to us.”
Also aligned with Irving’s thoughts is Nuggets’ swingman Wilson Chandler, who said he agrees with Irving on Twitter Friday.
“Simple explanation,” Chandler told BSN Denver “Just walk outside and use your five senses. If someone didn’t teach you you were spinning on a ball orbiting the Sun, is that what you observe with your five senses?”
Chandler points to NASA Reference Publication 1207 and an article published by the Astronomical Applications Department, a scientific department within the U.S. Naval Observatory as evidence.
Irving also said he believes in a conspiracy theories around Neil Armstrong actually landing on the moon in 1969 and that humans have interacted with aliens.
“For what I’ve known for many years and what I’ve been taught is that the Earth is round,” Irving said. “But if you really think about it from a landscape of the way we travel, the way we move and the fact that – can you really think of us rotating around the sun, and all planets align, rotating in specific dates, being perpendicular with what’s going on with these planets and stuff like this?” Irving asked rhetorically.”
Irving’s comments were generally mocked on social media but there’s a surprisingly large contingent that align themselves with his theory.
Chandler is one of them.
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