Living on the edge: Flat earthers planning cruise voyage in 'best adventure yet'
The outing is being arranged by the Flat Earth International Conference, with a plan to set sail in 2020.
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A cruise may not seem like the best idea for a group of people who think the Earth has an edge. However, while flat earthers believe Earth is a flat stationary plane, like a disc, they say Antarctica serves as a large ice wall around the sides, which conveniently prevents people from the danger of tipping over the side.
If it sinks, the average IQ of the world will definitely rise— John Dante, Lord Dante of Salford 🔶 (@johndante) January 10, 2019
They will be edgy if they get too close....— Danny Streetman (@DannyStreetman) January 10, 2019
Aside from that issue, navigation may prove to be a problem, as ships use navigational systems that are based around the understanding that the Earth is round. GPS systems also rely on 24 satellites positioned around the globe.
Saw you guys were having a cruise! You know navigational systems are based on globular earth right? 😂 pic.twitter.com/qXuHQOBOAU— Mountain Buddha (@mountnbuddha) January 10, 2019
The Flat Earth International Conference website doesn’t have much information about the upcoming cruise yet, but if it’s an indication of their price range, the early bird tickets for their November conference in Dallas are selling for $199.
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