How can the sun possibly illuminate the bottoms of clouds on the flat Earth model?

2 thoughts on “How can the sun possibly illuminate the bottoms of clouds on the flat Earth model?

  1. Tom February 21, 2017 at 3:11 am Reply

    Is this using distances and angles that are proportionate to the claimed values for these objects of the FE model? Everything seems very close together, and the light is very low to the table. It is also not clear at what height the camera is when viewing all this; is it above or below the surface of the table?

    If you want to provide meaningful evidence of some real phenomenon, you have to model reality with accuracy, and provide the details so anyone can repeat the process and get the same results.

    After all, this is not about what you say, or confidence in your reliability; but all about what the facts are, and that they can be repeated by others. Isn’t that correct?

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  2. neckybeardy February 24, 2017 at 8:03 pm Reply

    Wow! Just stumbled upon this, and gotta say, much respect for actually taking the time and making the effort to check this out for yourself (and anyone who comes across it)… really cool little experiment : )

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