Interesting. Here's an excerpt from that article:
"While Landrum didn't explicitly blame YouTube for the rise in flat Earth believers, she does believe that Google could be doing more to stop the spread of scientifically incorrect ideas. "There's a lot of helpful information on YouTube but also a lot of misinformation," she said, as reported by The Guardian. "Their algorithms make it easy to end up going down the rabbit hole, by presenting information to people who are going to be more susceptible to it." Google has acknowledged there's more it could do to combat the spread of false information on YouTube and, as recently as January, outline new plans designed to push back."
Too late, Google. The damage is already done. The proverbial closing of the barn door after the horse has gone.
So in other words, here's what Flat Earthers pretend:
YouTube > (Decades of space flight) + (countless scientists, physicists, mathematicians) + (routine transglobal airplane travel) + (COMMON SENSE)