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**Flat Earth Investigations / I encourage everyone to perform this measurement on their own.**

« **on:**September 21, 2018, 12:53:31 PM »

Step One: Establish your latitude and longitude.

Step Two: Find a pole (with a base so the pole can stand erect without additional support) of known height.

Step Three: Measure the length of the shadow cast by the erect pole.

Step Five: Go to timeanddate.com and find the distance between you and the solar noon of the Sun at the time of the measurement.

Step Six: Do the math. The distance from the base of the pole to the end of the shadow (vertex of the angle) establishes a precise relationship with the distance between the Sun and vertex of the angle.

I think you will find the height of the Sun over the flat earth lane to be approximately 5600 miles.

Step Two: Find a pole (with a base so the pole can stand erect without additional support) of known height.

Step Three: Measure the length of the shadow cast by the erect pole.

Step Five: Go to timeanddate.com and find the distance between you and the solar noon of the Sun at the time of the measurement.

Step Six: Do the math. The distance from the base of the pole to the end of the shadow (vertex of the angle) establishes a precise relationship with the distance between the Sun and vertex of the angle.

I think you will find the height of the Sun over the flat earth lane to be approximately 5600 miles.