Indicating that the remarkable rise in popularity of the Flat Earth theory is not purely an American phenomenon, a recent survey out of Brazil suggests that a jaw-dropping number of people in the country have become believers in the controversial concept.
A Flat Earth enthusiast found himself in hot water with authorities in South Carolina after he visited an elementary school playground with the intention of teaching the children the 'true' shape of the planet.
'Mad' Mike Hughes, the daredevil Flat Earth enthusiast who garnered worldwide headlines with his homemade rocket launch back in 2018, sadly passed away this weekend when an attempt at exceeding his previous feat turned tragic.
In a wildly entertaining segment on a popular British morning show, a prominent Flat Earth researcher from America attempted to convince the incredulous hosts that the much-maligned conspiracy theory is correct.
An astronaut who recently made history by becoming the first spacefarer from the United Arab Emirates was asked by one curious reporter upon his return to Earth to confirm that the planet is really round and not flat.
A $10,000 bet between two childhood friends in New Zealand over whether or not the Earth is flat allegedly led to one of the men threatening to kill the other with a crossbow unless he honored the weird wager.
A Flat Earth enthusiast from Arizona was arrested last week for what authorities say was a widespread campaign in which he tagged over 30 spots on federal land with a message imploring people to research the infamous conspiracy theory.