Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, Flat Earth Society members guess that both of us live on a flat disc under a dome, they claim that the mountainous & difficult to reach polar ice caps are an icy circular barrier that keeps people away from the domeâ€¦ One believer was Mike Hughes, a daredevil & flat-Earth conspiracy theoristâ€¦ He recently launched a steam-powered homemade rocket to prove the Earth was flat; Both of us will never suppose if he collected data to disprove what Eratosthenes discovered about 2200 years ago because his rocket failed, & Hughes perished in the crash, but former NBA wonderful Shaquille O’Neal once said that he drove from FL to California & it seemed flat to him thus proving that people guess what they want to believe.
There are some myths about a home’s central heating & cooling system that even Flat Earthers dismiss.
Believing that a change of HVAC filters is only needed one time a year could result in valuable consequences. Better check them once every few weeks to ensure that the respected airflow is serviced, then another proper belief is that the larger the HVAC unit is, then the better it is to keep your house cool. That belief is challenged with high energy costs & premature machine failure, but if Flat Earthers are willing to launch themselves in a home-made rocket, they truly suppose that routine HVAC repair is optional, simple to do, & is a DIY activity. They may forget about the refrigerants, electrical components, fuels, & moving parts that must be evaluated & inspected respectfully by a qualified HVAC worker. For me, if the Earth is legitimately flat, I want to get some of that window cleaner that must be used on that dome to keep it spotless!