Flat Earthers Introduce New Weird Theory: Doughnut Earth!
They do realise doughnuts are round, right?
Flat Earthers have made up their fair share of theories about the planet we live on for many years now. They are known for some of the most ridiculous theories out there, such as Australia not being real, and everybody you’ve ever met that’s ‘from’ there, is actually just an actor. So, when we heard the news that they had come up with a new theory are hearts sunk a little…
Introducing, Doughnut Earth. Now, Flat Earther’s may be contradicting themselves here, as I’m sure Doughnuts are round, so therefore the whole ‘flat earth’ theory would be cancelled out? Oh yeah and not mentioning the fact that this theory suggests that there’s a huge gaping hole in the middle of our earth – it all seems a little bit silly to me.
The new theory began circulating on the ‘Flat Earth Society’ discussion board, by member, Varaug. As they began stating all the scientific reasons as to why this theory is true, it all just became even more confusing.
We’re not the only ones who are completely lost by this theory either, as many have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on the whole situation. Many seemed confused, others seemed annoyed, and others, well others actually agreed…
Excuse, what? A doughnut earth? pic.twitter.com/lE3l8vPW31
— Agrani Lin W. Layu (@AgraniLin) November 8, 2018
Ahhh I can’t believe I’ve come on twitter today and the first thing I read is about people now saying that planet Earth is shaped like a doughnut.
— Jake? (@Morgsyy) November 7, 2018
The earth is actually a doughnut and what you see above is actually the ocean
— NFolic (@RealPrince98) November 8, 2018
The internet has convinced me that the earth is actually doughnut shaped and I've never been more upset.
— ??M.I.A?? (@AwkwardInAction) November 6, 2018
I know who we need to put these silly theories to rest…Shane Dawson. Let’s face it, he must have contacts who give him inside information so that he can do his conspiracy videos, right? Maybe this theory could be the next topic he discusses?
Until then, I guess we’ll never know whether our earth is round, flat, shaped like a doughnut, or perhaps no such thing as earth at all and we’re really just living in a simulation!
What do you think of the doughnut earth theory? Do you reckon it could be true? Let us know in the comments, or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.