The Rise of True Cosmology by waykiwayki discusses Flat Earth in a manner which can only be called exemplary.
Waykiwayki was invited to Zurich to present on his Flat Earth lecture entitled, 'The Rise of True Cosmology'. Listening to the lecture reminded me of what a New York reporter said of Nikola Tesla's presentation to a crowd of New York's finest, that it, 'Passed over most of the heads of the audience in a bright stream'.
Waykiwayki, with a measly 14K subscribers, is undoubtedly the most underrated top-tier Flat Earth researcher in the field currently. Moreover, he has been pushing endorsement and embracement of Blockchain technology and Cryptocurency, such as Etherium, since several months back.
Undoubtedly a Kong in a field of mere humans, Waykiwayki suffers no fools in this teeth-shredding presentation on Flat Earth, bitches.
Brian Hickey, a staff writer for the Philly Voice, reached out to Spiritual North, for a comment on the upcoming eclipse.
On August 17th, 2017, Hickey published an article which has been a continuation of his thread of covering Flat Earth related topics, since back when he initially covered the Research Flat Earth Billboard in Philadelphia. Since then, he wrote this, this and this as follow up articles. The last of which impressively covered how a Flat Earth group in Indonesia turned down an offer of $50,000 to advertise for a documentary about NASA astronaut Linda Godwin, entitled 250 Miles Up.
Well this is the best article to date, and it covers and in depth pro and con perspective from both sides of the argument. Within this spectrum, Spiritual North was heavily quoted from, and had perhaps the longest pro-flat earth comment published in the article. Here's the quote that went out in the Philly Voice today:
Perhaps one of the strongest components to the article that Brian Hickey has crafted, is that he appropriately identifies pro-flat earthers and skeptics at the onset of their quote. One of the difficulties of this research going into it is figuring out who believes what and why, and this article goes a long way in making that public for everyone to see.
Consider shooting Brian Hickey an email to congratulate him on being an objective journalist (and one of the first - if not the first - in the Flat Earth arena) firstname.lastname@example.org or perhaps give him a follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/brianphickey.
Stanley Kubrik encodes secrets to his NASA Moon Landing work in his adaptation of Stephen King's The Shining. Fun Fact: The bar where Jim Carrey says, "We Landed on the Moon!" in Dumb and Dumber is from the same hotel.
Did Stanley Kubrick use The Shining to disclose his work on the NASA Moon landing?
UPDATE April 18th, 2017 - This previous video was taken down, I found another cut of it by quy Thung, who has charmingly uploaded it three times. Thanks for grabbing it guy!
This lunar distance calculation made by Shaquille O'Niel was not only extemporaneous but it was at the behest of Charles Barkley live on TNT.
Shaq guessed a 10 1/2 hour flight to the moon. 10.5 hrs at ~500mph = ~5,775 miles.
Interestingly, this is not too far off from the current Flat Earth contention of the solar distance calculation being conjectured at a little over 3,000 miles. Specifically, according to the video below, 3391.444 miles. Others have calculated as low as 3,100 miles.
At the end of the video, Shaq lowered his guess to 7 hours, which if a plane is going 500 miles per hour, is 3,500 miles, even closer to Flat Earth predictions of the solar altitude.