April Un-Fools Day

Sky Lights doesn’t publish on April 1st very often — the date falls on a Monday only around once every six years. But rather than trying to fool you, I thought I’d take this opportunity to “un-fool” you regarding some “popular” conspiracy theories that contradict established science. There’s way too much science disinformation online and in other media.

We’ll look at the five most popular anti-science theories in this post, and link you to Sky Lights posts challenging these so-called “theories.” Then you can make up your own mind despite all the noise.

The Earth is Flat:

https://sky-lights.org/2018/01/08/proof-that-earth-is-round/
https://sky-lights.org/2021/11/01/first-photo-of-earth-from-space/
https://sky-lights.org/2019/06/17/when-the-invisible-becomes-visible/ (3rd slide)

We Never Went to the Moon:

https://sky-lights.org/2007/02/01/we-really-did-visit-the-moon/
https://sky-lights.org/2012/07/23/proof-we-went-to-the-moon/

Chemtrails:

https://sky-lights.org/2015/11/30/qa-contrails-vs-chemtrails/

UFOs and UAPs:

https://sky-lights.org/2021/07/12/qa-what-uaps-arent/
https://sky-lights.org/2021/07/19/qa-what-uaps-could-be/
https://sky-lights.org/2016/02/15/qa-talking-to-et/

Climate Change:

This link will take to you to a compendium of posts spanning multiple years.

https://sky-lights.org/2024/01/08/climate-science-101/

And have a happy April Un-Fools’ Day!

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