Selfie From Top Of Everest ‘Destroys Flat Earth Theory Once And For All’

Selfie From Top Of Everest ‘Destroys Flat Earth Theory Once And For All’

In a Reddit post simply captioned: ‘Checkmate flat Earth society’ user amazed spirit shared an image of him or someone they know posing for a selfie atop Mount Everest with the – you guessed it – curved edge of the planet in the backdrop

Everest, in case you skived every day of school, is the highest mountain above sea level, located in the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas on the border between China and Nepal. 

'Forget about dumb curvature arguments. The fact that you can only see 2.5% at a time proves it isn’t flat. If it was flat you should be able to see the whole thing from even just the top of the tallest mountain or on any commercial flat.'' 

Though one user brought into question whether the photographer was using a fisheye lens and thus distorting the image. 

There was no appearance from ardent flat-earther Connor Murphy who recently disclosed why we don’t fall off the edge of the planet. 

Connor, son of famous flat-earther Dave Murphy, spoke exclusively to UNILAD about NASA, the Sun, Photoshop and pretty much everything you’ve ever wanted to ask someone who thinks the reason you see the curvature of Earth from a plane is because the windows are round.

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