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Flat Earth Theory / Sun queries
« on: October 08, 2016, 10:24:03 AM »
Anyone with a good filter and a reaonable lens can photograph or film the sun and see sunspots, filaments and coronal holes (to confirm what you can see on a few internet sites without all the hassles). If you are lucky, you will be able to see a CME (coronal mass ejection) when the opposite polarities of sunspots interact from time to time or a filament breaks away from the surface. These events have an effect on the auroras at the poles, but it takes a few days for the charged particles to reach earth and be deflected by our magnetic shield to produce the Northern and Southern Lights. How does flat earth science explain that  the auroras are predictable well in advance and what are these CME's on their spotlight sun just 3000 miles away and just 32 miles wide? Some CME's have caused problems on Earth due to their magnetic and electric properties, eg causing blackouts in parts of the world in the past.
The sunspots, filaments and coronal holes are seen to travel in a circular path across the surface of the rotating sun, and filaments can be seen appearing before they reach the earth facing portion of the sun as they are often tens of thousands of kilometres high, and then they disappear to the far side after a few days and some sunspots last long enough to return again days later to face earth. CME eruptions are picked up occurring on the far side of the sun as their plasma ejections are visable as they move away and expand into space behind the edge of the visible sun. FE explanation needed on what all these occurrences are.
There is a lot of work being done currently to link earthquakes and coronal holes, even trying to pinpoint the areas that should be on alert.For those interested, I highly recommend the site, not only for information on this, but also all about the sun and various other things. The owner of the site often has a go at how climate data is changed to further the climate change protagonists claims, and you will find his climate change videos do not take sides but are based on fact. Hence the Suspicious in his website name.

Flat Earth Theory / East and West point South on FE Map.
« on: October 08, 2016, 09:22:54 AM »
As an example, travel north or south to the equator. At the equator make a 90 degree turn in any direction so you are heading east or west. Follow a straight line and you will hit the fabled Ice Wall. No such problem on a globe earth. Aeroplanes must be constantly banking to stay on path.

Flat Earth Theory / Distance from North Pole to Equator on FE
« on: October 01, 2016, 07:40:30 AM »
Please can any trusted FE'er give me what the distance from the Equator to the North Pole is? I would like to use it to show a few facts, but if I use the figure I have in mind, l might be asked to prove it! Thanks.

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