US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — A new look at the shape of the planet Earth was presented by the famous hyperrealist physicist Matthew Boyland. The scientist worked for many years as the operational graphics manager for the US aerospace agency. Matthew Boyland worked on creating computer graphics for NASA, which is a kind of deception.
That is, an ex-NASA employee made photorealistic space images, which, according to the agency, are real photos from space. But suddenly, the scientist quit his job and declared that he believes in the “flat Earth” hypothesis.
According to Matthew Boyland, NASA exists to promote the void idea that the picture of the world is spherical heliocentric. During a conversation with reporters, he once said that he saw photographs in which the Earth is flat. At first, the scientist thought it was a joke, but then, starting to draw a blue round planet for them, he already knew that the pictures of a flat Earth were genuine.
That is, Matthew Boyland claims that the Earth from space does not look exactly like people used to see in the pictures that he himself created while working at NASA. And realistic pictures of the planet, supposedly made from space by different devices, are actually just computer graphics.
A straight horizon line can also be seen in the images of Soviet cosmonauts. They took photos from space without the now popular fish-eye technology, and the Earth did not look convex, but straight.
This refutes the information indicated in the textbooks, since from this height the planet should look convex. It is also doubtful that the image on the UN emblem corresponds to “flat Earth”. On the emblems of various globalist organizations, the Earth looks flat and centered on the North Pole.
In addition to the words of an ex-NASA employee, the hypothesis of a “flat earth” is also indicated by the non-docking discovered by scientists. Among these inconsistencies, for example, the fact that in all the images the clouds in different places are identical, as well as a different color, a different ratio of content on different images presented by the agency, where the Earth is presented in the form of a ball.
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