If you’re looking to clear out a few friends or find some empty seats at the movie theater, there’s no better tactic than bringing up flat earth theory.
It is the idea that the planet we live on isn’t as round and ball-like as it may seem from photos, TV, film, and numerous other places. It’s actually a flat world that is surrounded by Antarctica as a Game Of Thrones style ice wall keeping the disc earth together.
There’s a lot more than that and people have devoted their lives to it, so we’re not going to cover everything. But there is an interesting new theory to bite into.
Not So Flat Now
The rise of YouTube, social media, and the internet, in general, has given Flat Earthers a chance to revive their thoughts and give the theory some new life — and new layers all the time.
Much like the ancient and classical eras saw people come up with their theories about the Earth’s shape, modern theories have many different avenues they travel. The latest seems to be the doughnut Earth according to LAD Bible:
“The theory was posed on a Flat Earth Society discussion board by pioneering member, Varaug, who said: “I have a theory that the Earth is in fact shaped like a torus (a doughnut shape). However, light is curved so we cannot tell.”
Source : Lifestyle