China’s Satellite Soars to Validate Flat Earth Theory

Flat Earth Satellite Mission

In an unprecedented space endeavor, China has launched a satellite named “FlatFinder,” with the mission to validate claims that our planet as flat. The satellite, equipped with the latest in level technology, aims to provide definitive proof to the Flat Earth Society and its adherents.

FlatFinder is set to orbit at an altitude that should, theoretically, allow it to snap pictures of the Earth’s edges and the fabled ice wall that prevents us from falling off. The project, spearheaded by the newly formed Flat Earth Division of the Chinese Space Agency, has been met with a mix of bemusement and curiosity.

The satellite’s launch was broadcast live, with millions tuning in to witness what could be history in the making—or history’s most elaborate practical joke. As FlatFinder begins its journey, the world watches with bated breath, ready to finally answer the question: Are we living on a cosmic frisbee?

China remains tight-lipped about the satellite’s exact capabilities, but one official was quoted saying, “We’re on the level.” Whether FlatFinder will flatten centuries of scientific consensus or simply fall flat remains to be seen. But one thing is certain: the space race just got a whole lot flatter.