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Here’s why Nasa is ‘lying’ about the Earth being round – according to a Flat Earther
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The event in North Carolina held talks, film premieres and topics of discussion, including ‘Flat Earth with the Scientific Method’ and ‘Waking up to Mainstream Science Lies’.
Filmmaker and Flat Earther Rob Skiba held a talk called ‘Testing the Globe’, where he revealed why NASA and the governments of the world are so keen to perpetuate the ‘myth’ that the Earth is round.
You see, the real motivation behind this is that they want to hide God from us.
According to Metro, he said:
The bigger picture many of us have come to believe is hiding God.

New Mexico geologist discusses suspected UFO crash site findings
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ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – The Bureau of Land Management is taking an interest in a New Mexico geologist’s discoveries that he claims are out of this world. He believes he has found parts of the alleged UFO crash near Roswell in 1947.
Kimbler distinctly remembers the moment he discovered debris from the suspected 1947 UFO crash site.
“I started looking around all over the place, looking to see if the helicopters were going to fly over, because you get paranoid when you read the stories of about Roswell and what’s happened to people when they’ve come forward with stuff,” he said.
“Some of the material that I found out there has been tested and it has anomalies that suggest that it might be of extraterrestrial origin,” said Kimbler.

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