Wherein we debunk a theory that should need no debunking. (C'mon people.)
The Flat Earth Society says it's "irresponsible to question something with so much overwhelming evidence behind it."
We went to see what would happen when the world's most well-known flat earthers got together.
“I don't think any conspiracy theory is stupid.”
When I found out the world's first flat earth fashion show was happening in a streetwear store in California, I knew I had to go and at least try to cop a tinfoil snapback.
And to find out how and why all these people in attendance got into the conspiracy theory.
Bill Nye the Science Guy came on 'Desus & Mero' to teach Kyrie Irving a lesson.
Along with the idea that our planet is actually shaped like a diamond.
Conspiracist respecter and 'Behind the Curve' creator Daniel J. Clark makes a case for empathy instead of ridicule.
Which is pretty sad when contemplating the future of the planet, whatever shape you think its is.
“Before the launch, some girl threw her pair of panties inside of the rocket. They're hanging on my wall right now.”
Watch "Mad" Mike Hughes beat his own previous record by launching himself to just under 1,900 feet in a homebrew rocket.