Inside the first ever 'Flat Earth conference' where conspiracy theorists promise to 'reveal Nasa space lies' and prove our planet isn't spherical

Mail Online | 11/17/2017 | Harry Pettit For Mailonline
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Hundreds of conspiracy theorists have flocked to a sell-out 'Flat Earth' conference in North Carolina.

The first annual Flat Earth International Conference was billed as a social gathering for those who believe our planet is shaped like a flat disc instead of a sphere.

Conference - £188 - Ticket - People - World

The conference, which charged up to $249 (£188) per ticket, saw as many as 400 people attend from around the world.

Sessions at the event, many of which were hosted by popular Flat Earth YouTubers, included 'Nasa and other space lies' and 'Waking up to mainstream science lies'.

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Hosts and attendees claimed their experiments and rationale proves the international scientific community is wrong about the Earth's shape.

The event was held at a centre in Raleigh, North Carolina, last week from November 9-10.

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Its website read: 'Join us this November to learn why we dissent from the spinning heliocentric theory of cosmology.

'At the 2018 Flat Earth International Conference, we will uncover and debunk pseudo-scientific "facts" while presenting the true evidence which shockingly points to our existence on a flat, stationary plane.'

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Mark Sargent, who has over 40,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, said in a Q&A session at the event: 'Science is gonna have to address this, plain and simple. They cannot dodge us forever.'

In spite of the conference's title, the event didn't just discuss Flat Earth theory, with sessions over the two-day meet-up covering a range of conspiracy theories.

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The supposed 'faked moon landing' was examined along with 'international treaties' that cover up the true nature of Antarctica - which some believe is at Earth's edge.

Other talks claimed the 9/11 terror attacks were...
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