SUPPORT for the Flat Earth movement has been exploding in popularity with millions believing NASA is trying to dupe us about the shape of our planet. Google Trends data reveals searches for “flat earth” in the past two years has tripled with a 90 percent surge in interest in the cranky conspiracy theory. High-profile celebrity endorsements has helped grow a community of people who reject “globehead” thinking and insist that the world is in fact flat. Those coming out about their belief include NBA player Kyrie Irving who said in a podcast that he believed the Earth is not the globe we thought it was. Then in September rapper Bobby Ray Simmons Jr, aka as B.o.B, launched a crowdfunding campaign to send satellites into orbit to confirm Earth’s shape. Other celeb “flat-earthers” include Tila Tequila and cricket star Freddy Flintoff. Outrageous stunts proving Earth is not a sphere have also been championing the cause. Californian “Mad” Mike Hughes has built himself a homemade rocket out of scrap metal with the intention of seeing for himself the shape of Terra Firma. But his mission had to be postponed in November after officials banned him from using public land as a… Read full this story
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