At a recent Flat Earth Convention in New York, an attendee presented a peculiar theory to comedian Jason Selvig, claiming that each person has their own personal sun, which is only 50 miles away at any given time.
This individual, who bore a resemblance to David Letterman, was not speaking metaphorically; he genuinely believed in the existence of multiple suns—one for every person on Earth.
Selvig, understandably perplexed, questioned the logic behind such a claim, especially when considering the known scientific facts about the Sun being a massive ball of gas situated approximately 150 million kilometers from Earth.
The Flat Earther dismissed these widely accepted scientific facts as nonsense and further compared the Sun to a rainbow, suggesting that it moves away as one tries to approach it.
The video of this exchange, posted on The Good Liars' Twitter account, quickly went viral, amassing over 1.5 million views. Social media users were quick to mock the theory, with one user sarcastically commending the rapid delivery of so many 'facts'.
Others joked about the 'cold Sun' warming their faces and melting snow, while another suggested the interviewee had spent too much time under his personal sun.
You can watch the video below