Truth Does Not Fear Investigation: A Flat Earth Documentary by Hibbeler
The Truth in Plane Sight (2018)
Truth in Movies/Satire
Flat Earth: As Seen on TV.
Eric Dubay - Once You Go Flat
Conspiracy Music Guru
All NASA satellites are just floating on balloons at or above 120,000 feet.
It's a shame people believe this "fly by" over Pluto is real. People are so critical about graphics when it comes to video games but when NASA releases anything, it's taken as gospel.
NASA Caught Using Green Screen: Busted!
News is Propaganda - Open Your eyes
Elon Musk is a Total Fraud
Research Flat Earth Billboard
The repeal of the Smith-Mundt act of 1948 during the Obama administration is the reason we shouldn't believe anything we see on television.
The repeal of the Smith-Mundt act (Anti-Propaganda law) @ congress.gov
Dinosaurs Never Existed
Dr. Bill Warner - Political Islam
Jesus and the many identical gods before him
Balloons in Space:
Project Echo - First balloon satellite (1960)
Auguste Piccard was exploring the skies by way of helium filled balloons in the early 1900's. _______________________________
Types of Balloons
Scientific Balloon FAQ
What if everything we see in the sky are non-physical, meteorological phenomenon caused by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light - like rainbows? Some claim the blue sky above is a result of a less dense type of water above us - just like they say there is heavy water that sinks below regular water.
Underwater Lake 2
Heavy Water (That Sinks Below Regular Water)
Antarctic Treaty System This is why "we" can't just go to the alleged "edge": the Antarctic Conservation Act, Public Law 95-541, 16 U.S.C. § 2401 et seq., provides civil and criminal penalties for the following activities, unless authorized by regulation or statute: Entry into specially protected or scientific areas Violation of the Antarctic Conservation Act carries penalties of up to US$10,000 in fines and one year in prison. The Departments of the Treasury, Commerce, Transportation, and the Interior share enforcement responsibilities. The Act requires expeditions from the U.S. to Antarctica to notify, in advance, the Office of Oceans and Polar Affairs of the State Department, which reports such plans to other nations as required by the Antarctic Treaty.
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