The results of both experiments are identical to what you would get if you put the distance into an earth curve calculator and set the height of the observer to zero. This proves that the experiments are fraudulent.

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**Experiment 1**The first experiment was looking at a boat 3 miles away. The height of the laser is 2 feet.

In the experiment they say that their results showed that the boat went below the horizon by 6 feet. On the boat they show the laser hitting it at 8 feet above the water (+2 to account for the height of the laser) But "6 feet hidden" is the value you would get if you used an earth curve calculator to calculate how much would be hidden if you set the distance to 3 miles and the height to 0 feet.

https://www.metabunk.org/curve/Set the distance to 3 miles in the calculator, and the height to zero, and you see that 6 feet are hidden.

The height of the laser is at a height 2 feet, so this doesn't make sense. Only 1.07 feet are hidden if you make that adjustment.

When we discussed this AllAround had a ridiculous explanation that, even though the laser is seeing a boat where 1.07 feet are hidden (sunken), and that the laser is 2 feet in altitude, that the laser beam would hit a spot on the boat that is 8 feet above the surface of the water. That does not really make sense. A straight line shot would make a mark that is 3.07 feet above the sunken area (1.07 feet hidden + 2 foot high laser).

When the boat was close to the laser the dot was 2 feet above the water on it, reflecting the height of the laser. The boat only dropped to a point where 1.07 feet was hidden of the boat when it went out to 3 miles, but for some reason, which I still cannot figure out, AllAround says that the laser would arrive at a spot on the boat that is 8 feet above the water.

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**Experiment 2**The second experiment was 6 miles away. Set the distance to 6 miles in the calculator, and the height to zero, and you get 24 feet hidden.

Set the height to 2 feet and the number changes to 12.15 feet.

Take a guess what results they got on this experiment? They said that they got a result where exactly 24 feet were hidden, which matches perfectly to the earth curve calculator if the height were zero (the telescope is not zero, it is about 2 or 2.5 feet).

Funny how their results always exactly match up with what an earth curve calculator gives if the height is zero. This is a clear example of fraud.