Flat Earther Denies WW2's Pearl Harbor Happened Because Of Distance

Yossarian Johnson

A flat-earther (some who believes the earth is literally flat) claimed Pearl Harbor could not have happened in '1931' since it would have taken too long for Japan to reach Hawaii. This person assumes that the Japanese air force could only travel West in order to attack Pearl Harbor.

A flat-earther (some who believes the earth is literally flat) claimed Pearl Harbor could not have happened in '1931' since it would have taken too long for Japan to reach Hawaii using technology at the time. This person assumes that the Japanese air force could only travel West, not East, in order to attack Pearl Harbor.

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vogensen
vogensen

Ignorance is a scary thing especially when people like this get into positions of power. He or she seems to thing the planes that bombed Pearl Harbor took off from Japan. Actually, the Japanese could have carried out the attack taking this strange route although it would have taken a lot longer, the ships with the planes aboard would have faced devastating storms (remember Magellan) and they probably would have been spotted going by the Australian coastline. Then, can you imagine them going back the same way.

phild
phild

I'm sorry. WHAT?

JayneEyre
JayneEyre

Even if his stance on the flat Earth theory didn't prove his ignorance enough, him saying "wake up retards" was the final nail in his coffin. Anyone who uses that term shows the (round) world that they're profoundly bigoted, to begin with.

SoldierViejo
SoldierViejo

Pearl Harbor is almost literally directly across from Japan. Obviously using a Globe Earth map to determine what Flat Earther would say is deception.
The crazy thing is that even on your Globe Japan is literally a straight path to Pearl Harbor.

The same folks that believe Earth is a Spinning Globe believe that the Sun is 93 million miles away, hot and bigger than the Earth. 😅🤣😂

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