Finding the Curve – Episode 1 by Einar Kuusk

This is a great documentary. Filmmaker Einar Kuusk was woken up to the flat earth during a Twitch raid where someone donated to him and posted flat earth videos like 200 proofs earth is not a spinning ball by Eric Dubay. He had the ability to break through the spell and discern the true reality of his nature. In this multi-episode documentary, he encounters what we all had to encounter, the cognitive dissonance of our peers and their disbelief that we could be so stupid to think the earth is flat. The problem is, like all of us who discovered our true reality, we can’t un-see what we have seen. Enjoy!

My life was recently shaken to the core by the notion that the world might actually be flat and motionless. I kept rejecting this idea for some time before finally realizing that there is undeniable mathematical and physical proof that our world as we know it is not a ball spinning in space. As a filmmaker, I found myself in the midst of the greatest story untold – the story of humans waking up to the fact that they have no idea where they live. I will begin this story in a safe haven for people whose lives have been shaken one way or another and turned them into outcasts of society – a cheap hostel in North Hollywood, California…

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[ACTIVISM] Sending Out The Message by David

I got this email from a gentleman and thought I would post it.

A simple thing people can do to send out the FE message is to get your
junk mail and use the postage prepaid envelopes to include a message
of FE. It’s great because you don’t have to leave your house or even
pay a dime to send out the message. A human will open up that envelope
and read your message.

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[PODCAST] The Big Data Time Machine & Our Future 1984

In my view it is very likely future generations will commiserate over the way we so freely gave away our data – in essence allowing groups with ill intent to peer into the future, shape and control it. We need to think about our data much differently then we have up to this point in time. Is 1984 in our past or in our future?

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