In one of her recent YouTube videos entitled “New Proof of a Flat Earth: Distance to the Sun?” Sasha (Orphan Red) uses simple geometry and mathematics to prove that the Sun is not 93,000,000 miles away.
Her logic is as follows …
An equilateral triangle has three equal length sides and three 60 ° angles.
If a person is standing in equatorial Macapá, Brazil on the equinox (March 21st at 10:33am) looking east and observes the Sun 60 ° above the horizon and at that exact same moment of time (four time zones away – 2:33pm) a person in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea is looking west and observes the Sun 60 ° above the horizon then the distance between these two observers is exactly the same as the distance between either observer and the Sun.
Then means that the Sun is only about 4,138 miles or 6,654 kilometers from each observer, not 93,000,000 miles away.
Simple yet brilliant!
And if you do a little more math (see fig. 1) you’ll see that the Sun rotates about 3,583 miles (5,766 kilometers) above the Flat Earth.