Yes, there are still people who believe the Earth is flat. One of those people might be B.o.B.
The Atlanta rapper took to Twitter and posted a photo with a pretty deep inquiry about how the distance between two cities were 16 miles apart, so he asked: “where is the curve?”
Relying on his savvy followers, they shared their own explanations to Bobby Ray's question. Some sound logical, others sound pretty troll-y. Even famed scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson is going in on Bobby Ray.
B.o.B isn't quite convinced, though. He's trying really hard to prove to us that the Earth is flat, bringing up all sorts of research and photos to back up his point.
Are you still with him?
He's still going.
In these tweets, he's referring to the Red Bull Stratos in 2012, a space diving project where skydiver Felix Baumgartner jumped from a space capsule above the Earth and free-falled until he parachuted and landed on his feet. He claims while on a flight he was at the same altitude as Baumgartner.
So, is B.o.B right and science is wrong? And did he just announce himself as the newest member of the Flat Earth Society?