Whether or not wearing masks outdoors makes practical or scientific sense is up for debate. What is not up for debate, however, is whether the mask can protect you from is the sun. It can, but only on those parts of your face that are covered.

However, scientists say that a side-effect of this added level of protection is the difference in skin tone on those protected versus the exposed areas. It’s up to the individual to put their egos aside in the name of public health, and don the mask, even if it means temporary tan-lines:


About Tim Ozman
Tim Ozman is the host of Infinite Plane Radio and author of Secret Religion of the Elite, The Flat Earthers: Life On The Edge of Reality, The Autohoaxer Handbook, Deep Faked, Guardrails, and The Power of ME: Mandela Effect Magick.

As the editor in chief of the Flat Earth Report, and host of the Flat Earth Report podcast, he has been at the cutting edge of conspiracy analysis and mainstream media deconstruction since 2017.

As president of the Infinite Plane Society, he has been the project manager for a number of publicity stunts, performance art events, and a growing think tank comprised of likeminded individuals.

Tim is presently fighting a legal battle against notorious cybersquatter Marcus Goldfinch, managing the open phones podcast, writing new books, and creating art.

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