convex earth observatory sarao

Researchers from Dakila Researches were in South Africa from October 25 to 30 to conduct scientific studies on the trajectories, distances and magnitudes of the Sun and the Moon as well as the planets and stars. “We did more detailed research on the anomalies not explained by science and the results will be presented in our second documentary, as we promised in the documentary Covex Earth, released in March of this year,” explains Urandir Fernandes de Oliveira, president of Dakila Research.

They were close to the city of Johannesburg and, also, the city of Pretoria, where they went to Radio Observatory from Sarao. “We talked to the astronomer Marion West who gave us a lot of information on the research and partnerships of this astronomical center, which also supports the SKA, a gigantic undertaking that will be the largest radio telescope in the world. In addition, we made several measurements using our state-of-the-art equipment,”said Urandir.


“We did more detailed research on the anomalies not explained by science and the results will be presented in our second documentary, Urandir says.”

To study the stars, the group is mapping the entire Earth and marking its main quadrants. They started in Iceland, where they visited the cities of Akureyri and Reykjavic and were able to follow the Aurora Boreal phenomenon. From there they went to South Africa and the next places will be in Latin America and Oceania.

“We are taking advantage of the abundant technological resources that we have today that provide speed, efficiency, precision and are very accessible. All this, unlike the scientists of the past who did not have these tools “, clarifies the researcher Alessandro Oliveira.

The group took advantage of the trip to South Africa to visit Maropeng, which is considered the Cradle of Humanity, to continue, in parallel, the research on “The Origin of Humanity”, theme of another documentary that will be released after the Sun, Moon , stars and planets. Vanessa Oliveira, Tatiana Pereira, Fernanda Lima and Alex Oliveira are also part of the research group that went to the African country.


Founded in 1997, Dakila Researches is based in the city of Corguinho (MS) and in São Paulo (SP), Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Porto Alegre (RS), Belo Horizonte (MG), Brasilia (DF), Vitória (ES), Natal (RN), Fortaleza (CE), Foz do Iguaçu (PR) and Salvador (BA). Abroad is present in Paraguay, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Spain, France, Germany, Japan and the United States.

Documentary Convex Earth

In March of this year, Dakila Researches launched in 13 languages ​​worldwide the feature movie Convex Earth: The Documentary. The cinematographic work reveals scientific experiments carried out over seven years that prove that the Earth is not spherical but flat in the water and convex on the continents. The documentary has already been watched by more than 80 million people.

The studies were done in different points in the world, with accompaniment of governmental institutions and of professionals of diverse segments of Brazil and of other countries, like astronomers, cartographers, geologists, topógrafos and civil engineers.

Using state-of-the-art equipment, seven scientific experiments were carried out: geodesic, which consists of measuring two buildings with a wide distance, based on sea level; laser experiment to verify the flatness of the water; water leveling; Optical distortions related to reflexive processes; boat experiment on the horizon; experiments of gravity and celestial bodies.

In recognition of the importance of scientific experiments, Dakila researchers and scientists were awarded for the Brazilian Association of International Peace Forces in the São Paulo City Council (SP) in June, and the state legislators of the Legislative Assembly of Campo Grande ( MS), in October.

The documentary, methodology and technology employed are available on the site