Flat-earther puts up sign on a beach. Tries to prove conspiracy theory

Joe Vesey-Byrne
Sunday 17 September 2017 12:15
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Picture:(Stephen Voss)

'Flat-earthers' are resorting to old school techniques, presumably because the government are spying on them with chemtrails, and jet fuel doesn't melt steel beams.

New Zealand resident Dr Stephen Voss shared a photo on Saturday, purportedly taken on a beach in a suburb of Dunedin.

The photo showed a sign which illustrates 'proof' that the Earth is not a sphere.

People who believe this, are termed 'Flat-earthers'.

The sign directs readers to put a search term into YouTube, '200 proofs earth is not a spinning ball'.

The results to this search are 'video books' of a work credited to Eric Dubay, a flat-earth believer.

It is currently unclear who is responsible for the beach sign.

A hardcover of the book was released in 2015, but a free e-book version also exists.

According to his YouTube channel, Dubay is a 34-year-old American living in Thailand. It also claims his occupations are teaching Yoga, Wing Chun part time while 'exposing the New World Order full-time.'

Voss told The Sun:

I was unaware of any local flat-earth group, so it is a bit of a surprise.

Of course this sign may just be from a single nutter rather than a whole group of them.

I'd like to think us Kiwis are a little less susceptible to this nonsense.

HT The Sun

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