This weekend, more than 200 believers – among them an NHS manager and a special needs educational worker – attended Britain’s first ever Flat Earth Convention, held …
The UK’s first Flat Earth Convention saw nine speakers take the stage to discuss their ‘proof’ that our planet is flat. The event was held at a three-star hotel in Birmingham at the weekend.
More than 200 conspiracy theorists gathered in Birmingham for the UK’s first-ever Flat Earth Convention this weekend, in the battle to disprove millennia of scientific theory that our planet is a sphere.
Apr 29, 2018 · The earth, they maintain, is flat. This weekend, more than 200 believers – among them an NHS manager and a special needs educational worker – attended Britain’s first ever Flat Earth Convention, held in a …
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This past weekend, the United Kingdom witnessed its first-ever Flat Earth Convention, as over 200 attendees gathered at the event to listen to, and discuss theories supposedly debunking established scientific research that proves our planet is round.
Conspiracy theorists gather at UK’s first Flat Earth Convention – including one speaker who claims ‘gravity doesn’t exist’ The convention, which took place over three days, saw nine speakers take
Chuck here with a review of Britain’s first ever Flat-Earth Convention. The event, which took place in a Birmingham hotel, can probably claim to be the first convention held by a universally maligned group of crackpots to make the one in scary as f**k kid’s movie The Witches look like a relatively sane affair.
Even though the Ancient Greeks first argued more than 2,000 years ago that the planet was round, a whole convention of flat earthers have come together in the UK discuss their debunked theory that Earth is not a globe, but flat.
Over the weekend more than 200 globe-deniers attended Britain’s first ever Flat Earth Convention in Birmingham. Imagine that – hundreds of conspiracy theorists, some of whom think Australia doesn’t really exist, descending on a three star hotel in the Midlands.
More than 200 believers have attended Britain’s first Flat Earth Convention, held in a three-star hotel in Birmingham. Flat Earth conspiracy theorists convinced the idea of a round world is fake news