During the course of my two hour talk with Joe Rogan on the Flat Earth theory, I made a few mistakes. Fact checkers have pointed out some of these to me, and I'll post corrections here to all the mistakes I'm aware of. I'd give timestamps to the video if that's also pointed out. Mistake #1 I said: Here I'm referring to the longest straight road in America, ND-46, seen here in red: It's an interesting road because it's nearly perfectly straight (there's a few very minor deviations, but then it gets back on track). It's actually laid out following a line of latitude, so if you were to draw a great circle (red) from the start to the end it would deviate from the road (green line just below the red line). In the middle of the road this deviation is about 2290 feet: So obviously I was wrong about "maybe ten feet". The only thing I can think of is that I'd been looking at much shorter roads, thinking about if there was some practical demonstration people could do by driving. However, the basic point I was making is still perfectly valid - the road is curved, and yet it looks straight. In fact the road is curved under a flat Earth model too, as it follows a line of latitude - yet it still looks perfectly straight. Thanks to Eric Dubay for pointing this out. Mistake #2 I said that the footage of zero-g gymnastics in the interior of Skylab was in a space that was too big to fit in any plane at the time, even the Beluga. In fact that Skylab module would (and did) fit inside the Super Guppy https://www.nasa.gov/centers/marsha...-skylab-mockup-to-california-sept-1-1967.html However the Super Guppy would be incapable of performing the Parabolic maneuvers needed for zero-g for more than a few seconds at once - and quite possibly would be impossible entirely. Also the cargo space is not long enough to fit the full length of Skylab.