Of all the conspiracy theories that litter the Internet, the flat Earth conspiracy is quite possibly the most curious. Here's a look at what flat-earthers believe and why.
The Earth is a sphere, a fact that dates to ancient Greece. But for a small segment of the population, this scientific fact is debatable. So-called Flat-Earthers truly believe our planet is a flat disc ringed by an ice wall. To keep up with all things flat, and round, Live Science reports on the news related to flat-Earth beliefs and the science supporting our round home.
Why do some people seriously think the Earth is flat? Turns out, they aren't good at judging how certain they should be.
In a viral exchange, the Flat Earth Society confirmed it's not on board with rejecting anthropogenic climate change.
"Mad" Mike Hughes launched himself from the Mojave Desert on a self-made rocket before landing back to Earth, a little dinged up.
"Cosmos" host and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson recently shot down the ideas of anyone out there who still thinks the Earth is flat.
You don't need to build a rocket, like "Mad" Mike Hughes, to prove the Earth isn't flat – here's the simple science.
A conference aimed at disputing the idea that the world is round just wrapped up in North Carolina. Here's what they talked about.
Rapper B.o.B wants to launch a satellite into space to find out, once and for all, whether the Earth is flat or round. Here are seven other ways to prove our planet is spherical.
A Georgia-based rapper wants to launch his own satellite to see if the Earth is round, and he's asking for money to do it.