Message from Lil Brit in welp. u already Kno... #earth-flat-🕳or-globe🌍
Check it out! Flat earth!!!
_“But, but...it’s all CGI!!”_
We need some flat-earthers in here to clear this up for us.
do we really have to have a channel about flat earth or globe earth
we all know the earth is a hologram being projected from the moon
@Flat Earth Subgenius hey bro, how does gravity work on a flat earth?
How about either a solar eclipse or a lunar eclipse? How do those work on a flat earth model?
You mean no Flat Earther is going to come in here and destroy us Globe-Heads?
I believe we should focus on God and not things we can't comprehend. We all know nasa is a lie, we've never truely been to space, have we? Either way, it's beyond my knowledge and frankly, my care. All I care about is doing God's will and hopefully save some souls
The whole debate is just another public viral hoax to seperate us further. Just another way satan is creeping his way into the Christian/truther community. "divide and conquer" Yeah right. But that's just my opinion
No, that's the Blue Ridge Mountains where I've camped my whole life. In Virginia
No curvature 😸
NASA Warns Two Asteroids Could Cause Atmospheric Explosion Over Earth This Week
> "Make sure you don’t stare at it with the naked eye, similar to how you shouldn’t stare directly at the sun, no matter how curious you may be.
> 2020 DP4 is coming our way and will cause a similar space spectacle this week on March 22nd at 2:36 p.m EST. Compared to 2020 EF, 2020 DP4 is much larger in diameter at 180 feet wide and traveling at a faster velocity rate at 18,000 mph according to CNEOS.
> While 2020 EF is classified as an Aten asteroid, 2020 DP4 on the other hand belongs to the Apollo family of space rocks. Although the two asteroids are labeled differently, they are known to intersect Earth’s orbit as the planet makes its way around the Sun.
> CNEOS states 2020 EF is expected to fly past the Earth from a distance of 0.04241 astronomical units or approximately 4 million miles. Meanwhile, 2020 DP4 will approach Earth from a much closer distance which according to CNEOS, is only 0.00901 astronomical units or around 840,000 miles."
ive never seen a shooting star or meteroite for that matter