13 Miles: 60 ft NOT Hidden
« on: November 04, 2018, 04:40:45 PM »
Even with very strong atmospheric refraction, I don't think this should be possible on a globe:



I look forward to seeing this done again across greater expanses. I need to see if this is repeatedly under standard conditions. In fact, I want to do it myself. I have no answer for this and concede this strongly supports a flat earth...for the time being.

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Re: 13 Miles: 60 ft NOT Hidden
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2018, 12:43:54 AM »
Even with very strong atmospheric refraction, I don't think this should be possible on a globe:



I look forward to seeing this done again across greater expanses. I need to see if this is repeatedly under standard conditions. In fact, I want to do it myself. I have no answer for this and concede this strongly supports a flat earth...for the time being.

Nice.

Thanks for sharing!
If early astronomers could see what we see today, they would scoff at the thought of a Globe Earth.  Increased knowledge with technology has not been good for the RE community, nor is it on their side.

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Re: 13 Miles: 60 ft NOT Hidden
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2018, 02:46:24 AM »
Even with very strong atmospheric refraction, I don't think this should be possible on a globe:



I look forward to seeing this done again across greater expanses. I need to see if this is repeatedly under standard conditions. In fact, I want to do it myself. I have no answer for this and concede this strongly supports a flat earth...for the time being.

I can see globies are ignoring such a great visual scientific experiment. If the experiment does not prove a curve they want nothing to do with it.

I wonder what their argument will be?
If early astronomers could see what we see today, they would scoff at the thought of a Globe Earth.  Increased knowledge with technology has not been good for the RE community, nor is it on their side.

Re: 13 Miles: 60 ft NOT Hidden
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2018, 06:28:07 AM »
Even with very strong atmospheric refraction, I don't think this should be possible on a globe:



I look forward to seeing this done again across greater expanses. I need to see if this is repeatedly under standard conditions. In fact, I want to do it myself. I have no answer for this and concede this strongly supports a flat earth...for the time being.

I can see globies are ignoring such a great visual scientific experiment. If the experiment does not prove a curve they want nothing to do with it.

I wonder what their argument will be?
You do understand we're in flat Earth media right? A location which is meant as more of a repository rather than a location to engage in debate? I'll try and take a peek at the video tomorrow though, I'm certainly interested.

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Re: 13 Miles: 60 ft NOT Hidden
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2018, 07:28:00 AM »
This was posted in Flat Earth Media but that is hardly to forum for further discussion so I have started this new topic.

Even with very strong atmospheric refraction, I don't think this should be possible on a globe:



I look forward to seeing this done again across greater expanses. I need to see if this is repeatedly under standard conditions. In fact, I want to do it myself. I have no answer for this and concede this strongly supports a flat earth...for the time being.

I can see globies are ignoring such a great visual scientific experiment. If the experiment does not prove a curve they want nothing to do with it.

I wonder what their argument will be?
To enable debate on this topic in a suitable forum,  I started this new thread More on "13 Miles: 60 ft NOT Hidden".