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Stunning High Altitude Footage Of A Flat Earth

I think it’s real funny to look at the comments of people that believe in the globe, believe that it’s real and 100% true, yet have to keep trying to prove that it’s a globe! Are you trying to convince me and other flat earthers, or are you really trying to convince yourself?……..Keep the comments…

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Flat Earth Falsities 4 – Water…

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Does High Altitude Balloon Footage Show a Flat Earth?

Just a quick demonstration of how every high altitude balloon footage that appears to show a “flat horizon” at or above 100,000 feet is manipulated by lens distortion,and actually proves curvature. Most of these videos are taken with a fisheye, or wide angle lens, which cause barrel distortion. Sure, these lenses can make a straight…

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High Altitude Balloon Proves Flat Earth With Small & Close Sun

The horizon always appears perfectly flat 360 degrees around the observer regardless of altitude. All amateur balloon, rocket, plane and drone footage show a completely flat horizon over 20+ miles high. Only NASA and other government “space agencies” show curvature in their fake CGI photos/videos. Subscribe, Rate, Comment, Share and join our page on facebook:…

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SHOCKING!!! High altitude balloon shows Flat Earth

Please watch my latest video on this subject that goes into great detail and exposes NASA and all their lies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Txb-BIRDghw&t You might want to pause the video a few times as you watch. The horizon is always flat. Some people think there is a curve, but it’s only because the motion of the camera…