I have been giving some real world examples.

Now, how about some flat earth examples ?

I'm confused. If you did, indeed, provide real world examples, why would you ask TheTruthIsOnHere to just repeat them?

I think you may have misunderstood my post.

What I meant by "real world examples" were "round earth examples."

I had some guesses for "flat earth examples" but I wanted to check to see if they were right and get them straight from a flat earther.

Since I didn't get a flat earth reply, here's my guess.:

Actually here is a simple method for estimating distances on a flat earth.

Using trigonometry, let h = the height of the observer let d = the horizontal (ground) distance to the observer

let a (or alpha) = the angle from the ground to the observer

d= h/tangent of a

Where h=100 feet and a=1 degree

d= 100/0.01745506=5729.0174 feet from the observer

If a=45 degrees, then d=100 feet from the observer

If my figures are wrong, please correct me ?

You would need a good theodolite to measure the angle. Draw that out to scale and you can see how small the angle would be.

And you would need a table of angle to tangent , calculator, or slide rule to look up the tangent for the angle.

And a calculator or slide rule ......or maybe an abacus ?........to compute the distance.

That is the way I would do it.

The question is

**How would you do it, TheTruthIsOnHere ? [/b**

Since there is no horizon on a flat earth, I don't have a clue as to how you would measure the distance to the horizon....if there is no horizon ? Aye ! There's the rub !

This is all complete nonsense. anyway. I just come here for the entertainment. You know.......Like The Three Stooges.