Contributed by Ken Pell on Oct 18, 2010
In the 13th century the world thought that the earth was flat. This was a commonly declared falsehood that people took as truth. It had consequences. It inhibited exploration, produced fear, etc. When some started challenging the falsehood and said the earth was
Mad Mike Hughes had a mission, to launch himself into outer space. He believed the earth was flat, and the only way to prove it was to go up into space and take a photo of the flat earth.
He did not trust others to document the truth, he would only believe it if he saw it with his own eyes.