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Insane New Theory About Mountains. Are They Ancient Trees?

A new crazy theory makes the understanding of our life much more difficult

For a long time there is a rumor on the internet that the mountains we see are not really mountains, but trees. “Flat Earthers Theory 2” as it is called says that our actual mountains from all over the world are actually trees. Yes, you heard good: Trees.

Like we did, you surely laugh by hearing that, but a little comparation between them can easily change your mind.

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How it started?

Last year, few boys started posting on the internet an article in which are shown the diffrences between trees and mountains.

This idea got shared on many groups and it made a lot of people change their mind.

If the theory is true, it makes us question a lot of things about our life, things that will radically change the history of mankind. Can trees grow on other trees? Are they really Giant Ancient Threes?

On the following photos you will understand why this theory has so many fans:

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One Comment

  1. Articles like this one are a large contributing factor to the word theory being taken so lightly. This isn’t a theory. It’s a bad postulate at best. Pretty photos, and they show the geometry of nature a bit, but the idea is a joke. There likely did used to be giant forests, there’s even thought to possibly have been a giant fungal forest before almost any animals were land based. But that’s not how mountains work. No, we don’t know everything. But we do know some things, enough to know that mountains are not trees. And spreading articles like this, while fun perhaps when spread to people that know better, there are going to be people who don’t know any better, take this as truth, or use things like this to dismiss actual theories.

    I’m sorry for my strong stance on this. I don’t mean to take away anyone’s enjoyment of the imagery, but these kinds of things bother me for the effect they have on people, especially as ammunition for anti-science groups.

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