Shifting constellations page in FE Wiki
« on: January 12, 2019, 08:41:47 PM »
The page opens with this statement...

Firstly, we must understand that the stars in FE are small and a few thousand miles above the sea level of the earth

You say that these measurements hare based on Rowbotham. He lived well over a century ago so what measures of observations have been made more recently to verify his figures? You surely don't just rely on one persons estimates.  Does that mean that all stars are the same distance away and if so how do you account for the differences in brightness and colour in the stars?  What does adjusted astronomical parallax mean?  Do flat Earther understand exactly what method is used by astronomers to measure stellar parallax as accurately as possible?

I quite agree that they are not worlds.  After all, stars are not worlds are they.
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