Flat Earth is a YouTube revenue scam. The scam is to upload nonsensical videos and become affiliate with the movement, to artificially raise your
views of your videos for being controversial, rather than quality content.
Normally people are paid for the quality of their content, leading to more views, Flat Earth is a huge exception.
The scam itself is to fully back the movement unquestionably, even if you know it's a scam, to keep the Views coming in, and to keep creating videos.
Before YouTube, Flat Earth was a thing, but no where near as mainstream and controversial or talked about. The reason for this is because it's wrong,
obviously, and also crazy. But with YouTube, you can be paid quite a large amount of money for merely filming a lake and babbling on about if you see
a curvature or not, so this is why people are more die-hard about defending the movement now than they were before.
They are only interested in their wallets. You don't need 1,000 YouTube videos to make a convincing argument. The top flat earth channels have 1,000's
of videos because they want Millions of Dollars. All of the Top 10 Flat Earth channels, have become millionaires from their videos. Yet none of them
bought a plane. I always find that interesting, that none of them bought a plane with the millions of dollars in support they received. I personally
don't think they want people to know they've made millions lying to people, it's not brought up often how rich these channels have made people.
The whole thing is to make money on YouTube for free by doing nothing other than filming yourself talk about bull#. There is a Flat Earth video
uploaded every 3 minutes, many people are well aware at this point of the money to be made by it.
I'm so irritated by this topic, I made this account to post a thread to it, but I apparently can't. Feel free to link this post at any time, because
it's impossible I'm wrong about this.
edit on 7-3-2018 by FlatMyAss because: (no reason given)