Thursday, September 25, 2014

A photographic challenge

For years we have heard the propaganda laid out by the big world powers - America, Russia, Britain etc that the world is round. This is plain nonsense because if it was, when we walked around the curve, we'd fall off. How many times have you walked to the end of the street and found yourself slipping around the curvature of the earth before falling into the abyss? Not many times, I'll bet!

The world is FLAT and not round. The round illusion was set up by world powers in order to gain money for space exploration - all of which comes from studios in Hollywood, Moscow or Ealing. There really aren't any rockets and man never did land on the moon.

As has been recorded since time immemorial, the world is flat and supported on the backs of 4 giant turtles, each of which in turn is supported on the backs of 4 giant elephants. Ships, planes etc that disappear merely go too far beyond the boundaries of the known world and slip over into the abyss - never to be seen or heard from again.

Your photographic challenge is to get as close as possible to the edge of the world and take a photograph of the edge and also of the giant turtle supporting one of the corners of the world. The winning photograph will be published on this very website.

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