Kyrie Irving's Idiotic Flat Earth Belief is Influencing Younger Fans

Geronimo Vena
Luglio 29, 2017

The educator said that he has tried to get the students to understand that the world is indeed round, to no avail.

It appears Kyrie Irving's flat Earth theory is rounding into form in some classrooms stateside.

Irving, you might remember, went on Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye's podcast and started babbling about how "particular groups" want us to believe the earth is round when it's really flat.

"The Earth is flat", Irving, who spent some time at Duke before entering the National Basketball Association draft, repeated three times.

"How are you gonna put "planets" in quotations?" I'm telling you it's right in front of our faces.

"They think that I'm part of this larger conspiracy of being a round-Earther", Gurol explained.

Irving later was asked by ESPN's Arash Markazi later about whether he's actually seen a photo of the very round planet Earth.

"For what I've known for many years and what I've been taught is that the Earth is round, but if you really think about it from a landscape of the way we travel, the way we move and the fact that - can you really think of us rotating around the sun, and all planets align, rotating in specific dates, being perpendicular with what's going on with these "planets" and stuff like this?" Those trying to teach, well, real science to the youths of America have to deal with an Internet full of conspiracy theories and flat-out lies as well as point guards saying nonsense on podcasts. They're particularly putting you in the direction of what to believe and what not to believe. That one might not be too far-fetched.

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