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There is a petition currently going around asking that Google recognises the year 2016 as the anniversary of our movement's resurgence. While this has been started independently of the Flat Earth Society, it calls for the recognition of many of the world's prominent Flat Earthers and the debate they have started.

Through our combined efforts, the Flat Earth subject is becoming more and more popular. While the beliefs of different FE organisations may differ strongly at times, it is crucial that we stick together and strike the iron while it's hot.

Some excerpts from the full text of the petition:


We ask Google to recognise this movement, which has trended over 600% in just the past 12 months, by marking 01/01/2016 as the anniversary of the Flat Earth Movement and changing the Google Doodle image appropriately.

Men and women who choose to think for themselves, who stand up to the face of ridicule and mockery because they truly believe to have found the truth and will not allow any man to stand in their way.
The truth is the truth, whether you like it or not.




You can support the petition here.
« Last Edit: August 09, 2015, 01:37:32 PM by SexWarrior »
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Re: Petition for Google to recognise 2016 as the Flat Earth Anniversary
« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2015, 01:58:53 PM »
Why 2016?

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Re: Petition for Google to recognise 2016 as the Flat Earth Anniversary
« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2015, 02:07:53 PM »
The FE subject is going through a renaissance, which is a recent and ongoing thing; but since there are so many parties involved in it, it's difficult to agree on a single date. Instead of trying to celebrate a specific event of the past, the author chose 2016 as a whole.
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