What you see, Is not what is

This is an excellent short video on mainstream news explaining what we see is really not what we are seeing…it’s all mirage folks.

If earth were a globe, we would only see the tops of the buildings as the remainder would be down below the horizon.  The miles X miles X 8 inches spherical geometry equation is one of the simplest, most provable theories that can be done by anyone to prove do not live on a round ball.

re-member, most “local” news comes from central planning


2 thoughts on “What you see, Is not what is

  1. uniluv2go4 May 2, 2016 at 6:55 pm Reply

    Great footage on exact repeated stuff…sure SOUND dictated, it would be too hard to think they ALL decided to say the same thing. Must be sent…central script.


  2. John Q Public March 12, 2018 at 3:44 pm Reply

    You cannot fool, trick or force a gyroscope in an aircraft to do anything it is not mechanically meant to do. I am a commercial pilot. The artificial horizon (turn and bank indicator) is run off the engine by a gyroscope. It is mechanically designed to keep the aircraft “straight and level” and it indicates turns/banks). If the aircraft climbs, it shows the aircraft with the horizon below it. It the aircraft descends, it shows the horizon above it. It performs these indications instantly with “any” movement in the aircraft. It will “only” function properly on a flat earth. To fly the curvature of a round earth,……. it would continually indicate a descent,… showing the horizon pictured above the aircraft. THE EARTH IS FLAT!
    I would also like to add,…. flights have “only” ever been around the world (East to West) and never (North to South). You cannot circumnavigate earth N to S.


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