A HORIZON WILL FORM ON A FLAT EARTH

2 thoughts on “A HORIZON WILL FORM ON A FLAT EARTH

  1. jimvandamme July 29, 2017 at 3:50 pm Reply

    Trying to measure curvature at sea level is always going to be hard because of atmospheric aberration; it is thickest these and the sea is a different temperature than the air. I have seen severe ducting with radar that makes ships appear in the “air”.

    You need some altitude to measure it correctly. And use a theodolite. this guy had the right idea, a long time ago:
    http://www.convergencestride.com/2016/02/al-biruni-measurement-earth-radius/

    Some of you will be extremely disappointed with the results. I’m sorry, but facts are like that.

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  2. poolman July 30, 2017 at 1:55 pm Reply

    Of course you can’t measure curvature at sea LEVEL. Because there is NO curvature. Level denotes horizontal and flat. Water is always flat and always seeks level.

    If there was curve, it would be MOST evident side to side on the vast seas.

    8 inches per mile squared is impossible to hide. Altitude would make it only more evident, yet the horizon rises to the eye level of the viewer no matter what altitude.

    Impossible with a ball, no matter how big.

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