Weird numbers.

According to Voliva we have 27 miles for the sun (you can infer the moon to be the same size) and 3000 miles.

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Otherwise we take the Rowbotham numbers and he gets 800 miles high and 32 miles.

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I'm pretty rusty with my math, but I'm pretty sure that not only is one of the methods above wrong, but very wrong. Rowbotham numbers for diameter being 18% larger and altitude more than 3x closer than Voliva numbers... that is a problem to be sure.

Regardless, any object that is a fixed distance above a plane, circling above it, would grow in size until local noon, and then shrink until sunset. Any method used that concludes that the sun or moon are that close and that small are flawed.

Perspective. FE'rs love it. Love/hate relationship?

The zetetic method proves the sun/moon aren't traveling in circles at fixed altitudes above the earth. Time for another hypothesis.