Space Lizards en Points For The Flat Earth Model <span class="field field-name-title field-formatter-string field-type-string field-label-hidden">Points For The Flat Earth Model</span> <div class="float-none field field-node--field-blog-image field-formatter-image field-name-field-blog-image field-type-image field-label-hidden has-single"><figure class="field-type-image__figure image-count-1 align-none"><div class="field-type-image__item"> <img src="/sites/default/files/flat-earth-theory_0.jpg" width="1920" height="1080" typeof="foaf:Image" /> </div> </figure></div> <span class="field field-name-uid field-formatter-author field-type-entity-reference field-label-hidden"><span lang="" about="/user/1" typeof="schema:Person" property="schema:name" datatype="">ewadm1n</span></span> <span class="field field-name-created field-formatter-timestamp field-type-created field-label-hidden">Tue, 05/17/2016 - 01:00</span> <div class="clearfix text-formatted field field-node--body field-formatter-text-default field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden has-single"><div class="field__items"><div class="field__item"><p>– Lack of visible or measurable curvature: The horizon looks flat to the eye. Researchers have claimed that the skyline of cities such as New York City and Philadelphia are visible 40-60 miles away from the ground, when the alleged curvature of the Earth should not permit them to be seen. The famous Bedford Canal experiment performed in 1838 by Samuel Rowbotham showed that a canoe or small boat was visible from 6 miles away along a river (when the curvature of the earth should have rendered it invisible below the horizon or line of sight). Is this light refraction or evidence of a flat earth? </p> <p>– Lack of discernible spin: When an airborne plane is trying to land, if the earth were really spinning, it should be difficult for the plane to land. It would be landing on a moving target. Yet no planes appear to have trouble doing this or use a spinning earth in their calculations. Why not? </p> <p>– Admiral Byrd’s Antarctic expedition: Admiral Richard E. Byrd was a courageous explorer who earnt the trust of the US Government. They sent him down to Antarctica on a military mission in 1947. He reported that in Antarctica he ran into UFOs – “vehicles which could travel from one pole to the other in less than an hour” as he wrote in his diary – and found his way into the center of the earth, “inner earth”, where the temperature was warm, vegetation grew and a Nordic race of people lived. Remember, this was a hardened, rational military man writing such things. In this video interview, he also reveals that beyond the South Pole there was still much of Antarctica left unexplored (an area the size of the USA in fact). After this Governments of the world joined forces and made Antarctica off limits and all trips there highly regulated. Why? </p> <p>– The problem of the Sun’s heat: If the sun is really 93 million miles away, how does its heat travel through space (an apparent vacuum) to reach us? Can space conduct or transfer heat? If not, can the atmosphere of Earth take the sun’s light and transform it into heat? If so, how does that work? Has it been proven beyond all doubt? </p> <p>– The problem of the Sun’s light: Sometimes you can see the sun’s rays coming in at wide angles. How could this be if they were all coming from 93 million miles away? From that distance they are essentially parallel. Does the atmosphere disperse them? If so, how? Has this been proven beyond all doubt? </p> <p>– Strangeness around Southern Hemisphere flights: Why are there so few direct flights in the Southern Hemisphere? Why do planes flying from places like Sydney (Australia) to Johannesburg (South Africa) routinely go via places like Dubai in the Middle East, which is completely off course and out of the way? The direct flight would be around 12 hours and planes have enough fuel to do this without needing to stop. Why are planes’ GPS turned off during Southern Hemisphere flights, so that their exact trajectories can not be easily tracked?</p> </div></div> </div> <div class="field field-node-field-tags field-entity-reference-type-taxonomy-term field-formatter-entity-reference-label field-name-field-tags field-type-entity-reference field-label-above"><h3 class="field__label">Tags</h3><div class="field__items"><div class="field__item field__item--space-lizards"> <span class="field__item-wrapper"><a href="/taxonomy/term/4" hreflang="en">Space Lizards</a></span> </div></div> </div> <section class="field field-node--comment-node-blog-entry field-formatter-comment-default field-name-comment-node-blog-entry field-type-comment field-label-hidden display-mode-threaded comment-bundle-comment-node-blog-entry comment-wrapper"> <a name="comments"></a></section> Tue, 17 May 2016 05:00:58 +0000 ewadm1n 89 at