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Some people believe weird stuff, and many believers at the Flat Earth International Conference, well, they believe the Earth is flat.

The conference is an educational seminar about our planet, and some of the people there share a few undisputed truths that most people agree on: The sky is blue, one plus one is two and Earth is round. But for a group of flat Earth believers, that final point is up for debate.

For the attendees of the Flat Earth International Conference, such as Mark Sargent, "Everybody here can agree on absolutely one thing, which is Earth is not a globe" he said.

Many would claim that the curvature of the Earth is something which has been proved in replicable scientific experiment many times over, particularly through the satellite images of the planet produced by various space agencies which show a round planet.

However, for Davidson and his fellow flat Earth believers, this is not proof enough. Davidson explains that many in the community believe that these images depicting a round Earth are composites or computer-generated images. But what is the purpose of fraudulently proving that the Earth is round?

"The most commonly accepted explanation of this is that the space agencies of the world are involved in a conspiracy faking space travel and exploration," the Flat Earth Society has previously stated, "This likely began during the Cold War’s ‘Space Race,’ in which the U.S.S.R. and U.S.A. were obsessed with beating each other into space to the point that each faked their accomplishments in an attempt to keep pace with the other’s supposed achievements."

Have a look at the video below of the Flat Earth International Conference and make your own mind up...

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