*As expected on a globe earth:*No.

On a globe earth, for a distance of 55 km, you will have a 59 meter midpoint obstacle.

And both an ascending slope to that 59 meter curvature midpoint, and a descending slope all the way to the other shoreline.

What you seem to preach is a globe earth WITHOUT CURVATURE.

For a distance of 55 km, on a globe earth, you will have a 59 meter midpoint visual obstacle. It is as simple as this.

http://oi63.tinypic.com/2q0uiy9.jpgCompletely misleading!

What you are comparing in that image is the 55 km distance to the 59 meter curvature: a catastrophic analysis.

What you have to compare is the 59 meter curvature to the buildings/skyline of Toronto!

That is, if you are on the Niagara escarpment, what you will see on a spherical earth is an ascending slope, a midpoint curvature of 59 meters which would be immediately seen by comparison with the buildings from Toronto, and a descending slope.

NO such features are being observed in the pics from Grimsby.

Let us visit the strait of Gibraltar.

No curvature across the strait of Gibraltar, no ascending slope, no midpoint 3.5 meter visual obstacle, a perfectly flat surface of the water all the way to Africa:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x42v7ip38:28 to 38:35

From the same spot, a splendid photograph:

No curvature whatsoever, just like the image in the video itself.

You have some explaining to do.

HOW would the water stay curved on a spherical earth? No one can explain how two gravitons attract each other.

How would a graviton released by the iron/nickel core interact with a graviton emitted by lake Ontario?

Does it make any sense at all? And if not, how can anyone believe this nonsense?