Wikipedia Won’t Go Modern Flat Earth

Modern flat Earth societies

WIKI Won’t Go Flat Earth. All they can update the FE Movement is to 2013. hmmm. Though they do have updates for FE mentions on 2016 TV shows though, so someone is inputting and updating.

No mention of any FE websites or psyop personalities. No mention one of the biggest meme trends for all of 2015. No mention of the hundreds of websites and videos that have been made.

Why? Are they afraid too many may wake up to the flat out plane truth about our world?

6 thoughts on “Wikipedia Won’t Go Modern Flat Earth

  1. Bob August 24, 2016 at 9:04 am Reply

    Hi, I think your “Ultimate Flat Earth Models Collection” shows why there is nothing on Wikipedia. At present there is no Flat Earth theory, just a collection of different ideas and models which have 1 thing in common – that the Earth is flat. The models don’t come close to being science: they have no mechanisms, no predictive power, no way of testing whether they are correct or not.

    If science said the Earth is 4,000 miles in radius, or maybe 2,000 or perhaps 20,000; the Sun might be half a million miles away, or it could 90 million, or 500 million, then it would not be treated seriously either!

    Wikipedia is (meant to be) a collection of documented, sourced, facts. The most FE can claim at the moment is: 1. the Earth is flat and 2. there is a conspiracy. Neither can be sourced other than references from other FE sources, which doesn’t count! Get some scientific papers published, agree on a basic model then maybe Wikipedia might have to consider modern FE.

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    • jwlpeace August 24, 2016 at 3:05 pm Reply

      and NASA has fake CGI in all their pics, there admission. “scientific fact”? Where does that leave Heliohead theory then?

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      • Bob August 24, 2016 at 7:54 pm

        jwlpeace – the heliocentric model, based on the effects of gravity, has been able to make testable predictions, which have then been shown to be true:

        – It allows us to accurately predict solar and lunar eclipses;
        – It predicted the existence of Neptune (due to its gravitational effects) BEFORE it was observed;
        – It explains the origin and timings of tides, including spring and neap tides;
        – It explains the movement of some stars during the year, used to measure their distance using parallax;
        – It has allowed a number of space agencies to send probes across the Solar System, as well as land on the Moon, Mars and other Solar System objects;
        – Through the Coriolis effect it explains the rotation of weather systems on Earth;
        – It explains the 24 hour day/night seen in both the arctic and antarctic regions.

        I know you will question some these claims, but how does this compare with FE?

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  2. SG Today August 24, 2016 at 10:36 pm Reply

    From what I found, I think they are on record for allowed content: (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Notability).

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  3. Harmony September 9, 2016 at 11:16 pm Reply

    The page that you link to is about Modern Flat Earth *Societies*. And it seems to accurately describe the FE societies that have existed.

    If you look at this page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flat_Earth you will see a section where it talks about the B.o.B./NDT FE thing.

    Anyone can edit wikipedia, by the way, as long as you adhere to their standards. You don’t even have to make an account or login. A lot of their standards don’t make sense, but if you make edits, at least they will show up in the page history.

    You ought to go on there and add a section about how ED put out his 200 Proofs and how it sparked a lot of interest. I’m finding FE to not be a true thing myself, but the fact that it exists as a movement is historical and undeniable.

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  4. politicsneedtochange October 30, 2016 at 7:01 am Reply

    Internet is controlled. Always has been since they gave it to us its been used for everything. No need for census, lets look online for todays topics. Well they cant stop it, so why not add our own and use same examples. We will use people with no degrees, and when they are asked to answer. make them crumble. It is misdirection. Type in flat earth in google. You get pinterest all over. They ask you to login or use Facebook, all are tracked and give them a percentage of how many are real and which are theirs. Real world is where we can change things.

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