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Joe Rogan | Eddie Bravo explains "space is fake" conspiracy

Joe Rogan | Eddie Bravo explains "space is fake" conspiracy

(9:49) Once you go flat, you never go back. Martial artist and flat-Earther Eddie Bravo explains why space is fake. Joe Rogan YT channel

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Guest: AxiomOfChoice (90 days ago)

so the truthist approach is that because the lizard people are trying to trick you, believe any old shit documentaries on youtube...smart

 

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so the truthist approach is that because the lizard people are trying to trick you, believe any old shit documentaries on youtube...smart

 

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Oh dear

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Guest: (92 days ago)

The telescope in the Vatican may have been the largest when it was created but it certainly isn’t now.  And Joe’s assumption that it’s in Chile is close but still only #6 to #10. These are the top 10 telescopes today:

1 Gran Telescopio Canarias, Canary Islands, Spain, 2009    409 inches
2 Keck 1 and Keck 2, Mauna Kea Observatory, Hawaii, U.S.A., 1993 and 1996 394 inches each
3 SALT, South African Astronomical Observatory, Northern Cape, South Africa, 2005    362 inches
4 LBT, Mount Graham Observatory, Arizona, U.S.A., 2004 330 inches
5 Subaru, Mauna Kea Observatory, Hawaii, U.S.A., 1999 323 inches
6 Antu, Paranal Observatory, Chile, 1998 323 inches
7 Kueyen, Paranal Observatory, Chile, 1999 323 inches
8 Melipal, Paranal Observatory, Chile, 2000 323 inches
9 Yepun, Paranal Observatory, Chile, 2001 323 inches
10 Gemini South, Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, Chile, 2001 318 inches

A telescope planned for 2020 will measure 80 feet in diameter and will be located in Chile.

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The telescope in the Vatican may have been the largest when it was created but it certainly isn’t now.  And Joe’s assumption that it’s in Chile is close but still only #6 to #10. These are the top 10 telescopes today:

1 Gran Telescopio Canarias, Canary Islands, Spain, 2009    409 inches
2 Keck 1 and Keck 2, Mauna Kea Observatory, Hawaii, U.S.A., 1993 and 1996 394 inches each
3 SALT, South African Astronomical Observatory, Northern Cape, South Africa, 2005    362 inches
4 LBT, Mount Graham Observatory, Arizona, U.S.A., 2004 330 inches
5 Subaru, Mauna Kea Observatory, Hawaii, U.S.A., 1999 323 inches
6 Antu, Paranal Observatory, Chile, 1998 323 inches
7 Kueyen, Paranal Observatory, Chile, 1999 323 inches
8 Melipal, Paranal Observatory, Chile, 2000 323 inches
9 Yepun, Paranal Observatory, Chile, 2001 323 inches
10 Gemini South, Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, Chile, 2001 318 inches

A telescope planned for 2020 will measure 80 feet in diameter and will be located in Chile.

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