A bizarre new theory has just turned the flat-earth truth movement upside down. Apparently, the earth is still flat, but it’s dotted with tiny imitations of the enormous trees that once covered the continents—a world that we can hardly remember with our rates of deforestation.
The flat-earth movement has always been intriguing—a network of people who live their lives convinced that the world has been lied to for centuries. Flat earth is unlike other conspiracy theories because it “insists on the primacy of direct experience.” When you look at the horizon, can you see a curve?
Enormous trees once covered the continents
But lately, there’s been an additional to this theory, the idea that our world has no forests—and the video is catching on like crazy.
“They make us think that this is a forest,” the narrator tells us as we look a beautiful forest scene, “when you are actually looking at thirty-meter bushes. After watching this video, you will reverse your concept of forests by 30 degrees.”
The narrator continues to explain that this is not a forest at all, but rather a “diminishes imitation.” Apparently, thousands of years ago, a cataclysmic event destroyed 99% of the Earth’s biosphere, stripping away the real forests. The proof? The stumps everywhere around us.
The first piece of evidence he points to is Devils Tower in Wyoming, a great geological stub rising out of the rolling lowlands on all sides. In the video, the narrator walked through images of mesas, plateaus, flat-topped mountains.
“Name ten differences,” he says. “You can’t. There are only two differences: material and six.”
According to the theory, there is no such thing as a mountain
But wait—it gets more complicated. According to the theory, there is no such thing as a mountain. Instead, everything we walk on was once living wood. Mountain ranges were once tremendous forests that provided a link between humanity and the celestial spheres. Essentially, everything we think of as ‘beautiful’ is actually representative of destruction ( via sciencevibe.com ).