Watch: The Flat Earth Society’s Flat Earth Campground in Vermont

By JEFF J. SCHLEIPELThe Flat Earth Science Society (FES) was founded in 1976 as a “flat earth community”.

Its motto is: “We believe in the Flat Earth and its theory that our Earth is flat.”

The organization says that its members are committed to exploring the Flat World with a “scientific and scientific-minded attitude.”

The group’s website says that it “promotes scientific inquiry, education, and awareness of the facts that are presented to the public.”

The Flat-Earthers are now one of the most visible members of the Flat-Earth community.

They were recently featured on an episode of the ABC television show “GMA” about the “scientific” theory of climate change.

The group’s mission statement states that the purpose of the group is to educate the public about the scientific consensus on climate change and the importance of a Flat Earth.

In a video posted on Facebook, FES President and Founder John Taylor said, “We are dedicated to presenting the scientific and scientific knowledge of the flat earth, as well as the evidence for its truth.”FES is an organization based in Vermont.

According to its website, it has a membership of about 600.

The organization has a history of engaging with science, education and the public.

In 2011, the organization was featured on “The Big Bang Theory,” in which host Arthur Chu played a scientist who believed that the Earth was flat.

Taylor said the Flat Earthers’ goal was to “give the world a scientific-oriented and objective view of the world.”

“They believe that our planet is flat and they believe that it is not,” Taylor said.

The Flat Earts claim that their Flat Earth beliefs are supported by a scientific consensus.

The group also has been endorsed by the American Geophysical Union (AGU).

In addition to the Flatland community, Fes members have built the Flat Land Foundation, a “fringe” science society.

The Flat Land Society says that members have an “expertise in the fields of geology, earth sciences, geophysics, paleontology, mineralogy, archeology, and ethnography.”

According to its mission statement, the Flat Lands Foundation is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to “build the scientific credibility and the credibility of our Flat Earth community and the broader Flat Earth movement.”

In 2014, the group was named one of The New York Times 100 most influential organizations in the United States.

According to the organization’s website, the foundation supports the development of Flat Earth research.

“We also work with our members to establish a new and broad-based Flat Earth education program that helps foster scientific literacy and the development and dissemination of a scientific foundation for the Flatlanders,” the site states.