Flat Earth: Sao Paulo to Johannesburg

Why would a plane need to stop in London's Heathrow airport to "refuel" (the most popular flight stop between GRU and JNB airports) when the distance between Johannesburg and London are farther than the distance between Johannesburg and Sao Paulo?

Doesn't add up if the Earth is a ball.

But what if the Earth was flat?

Suddenly, it all starts to make sense, doesn't it?

The distance (flight time and miles) is absolutely further between Johannesburg and Sao Paulo than between Johannesburg and London.

What do you all think? Is this proof that Earth is really flat?


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