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09-14-2019, 07:59 AM #16
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
 
(7 hours ago)grav Wrote:  Socks? Why would I want to fake a post? Shills and trolls do such things.
meh. It's a cop--out for not having answers to my questions.

Like the full moon.




Now can someone explain how the sun bends its light around the earth to light up the much smaller moon?

Why don't we have full moons every night if this is how it happens?

Is your Google busted ?

"The Sun is 864,400 miles (1,391,000 kilometers) across. This is about 109 times the diameter of Earth. The Sun weighs about 333,000 times as much as Earth. It is so large that about 1,300,000 planet Earths can fit inside of it."

Do you still think the Sun would have any trouble illuminating the entire face of the Moon ?

ONLY when the Earth is  in between the Sun and the Moon can the Suns light not reach the Moon, AN ECLIPSE !

Your knowledge and comprehension is at a 2 year old level ! WHY do you embarrass yourself like this ?
09-14-2019, 11:38 AM #17
nobody Member
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There is a great way to wake people up...When they're sleeping, early in the morning, grab some frying pans or pots and run into their bedroom smashing the pans together and yell; THE ENTIRE WORLD IS UNDER THE CONTROL OF HOMICIDAL, CHILD MOLESTING PSYCHOTICS BENT ON THE DESTRUCTION OF ALL OF US... THEY'VE STOLEN ALL OUR MONEY AND WEALTH, POISONED OUR FOOD, AIR, WATER AND MEDICINE THEY OWN ALL OF THE MEDIA, MILITARY, COURTS AND YOU ARE A SLAVE TO THEM REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU WANT TO BE OR NOT, OH, AND ALL THE WARS WERE BASED ON LIES AND ALL OF THE RECENT MASS SHOOTINGS WERE HOAX FALSE FLAGS, AT ANY MOMENT WE MAY BE FORCED INTO MARTIAL LAW AND INTERRED INTO FEMA CAMPS WHICH ARE ALREADY BUILT WORLDWIDE.



Yes, i stole this off the internets  


Nobody, Has a need to know about anything!
PS: The world is as flat as Kansas

 Nobody, Has a need to know about anything!
Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
09-14-2019, 05:55 PM #18
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(6 hours ago)nobody Wrote:  There is a great way to wake people up...When they're sleeping, early in the morning, grab some frying pans or pots and run into their bedroom smashing the pans together and yell; THE ENTIRE WORLD IS UNDER THE CONTROL OF HOMICIDAL, CHILD MOLESTING PSYCHOTICS BENT ON THE DESTRUCTION OF ALL OF US... THEY'VE STOLEN ALL OUR MONEY AND WEALTH, POISONED OUR FOOD, AIR, WATER AND MEDICINE THEY OWN ALL OF THE MEDIA, MILITARY, COURTS AND YOU ARE A SLAVE TO THEM REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU WANT TO BE OR NOT, OH, AND ALL THE WARS WERE BASED ON LIES AND ALL OF THE RECENT MASS SHOOTINGS WERE HOAX FALSE FLAGS, AT ANY MOMENT WE MAY BE FORCED INTO MARTIAL LAW AND INTERRED INTO FEMA CAMPS WHICH ARE ALREADY BUILT WORLDWIDE.



Yes, i stole this off the internets  


Nobody, Has a need to know about anything!
PS: The world is as flat as Kansas



okay so get to thepoint
09-16-2019, 10:35 PM #19
grav Member
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İmage

Kansas is about 400 miles wide.

Let's do globe math!
8xd^
8 inches × (400 × 400) ÷12 ÷5280 = 20 miles.

Or use an online algorithm cheat sheet.
İmage

There should be a 20-mile curve in the state of Kansas.
Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
09-18-2019, 02:25 AM #20
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
 
(09-16-2019, 10:35 PM)grav Wrote:  İmage

Kansas is about 400 miles wide.

Let's do globe math!
8xd^
8 inches × (400 × 400) ÷12 ÷5280 = 20 miles.

Or use an online algorithm cheat sheet.
İmage

There should be a 20-mile curve in the state of Kansas.

NO, 13.33 FEET ! gaah.gif
09-18-2019, 05:32 AM #21
grav Member
Posts:230 Threads:1 Joined:Jun 2019
(3 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(09-16-2019, 10:35 PM)grav Wrote:  İmage

Kansas is about 400 miles wide.

Let's do globe math!
8xd^
8 inches × (400 × 400) ÷12 ÷5280 = 20 miles.

Or use an online algorithm cheat sheet.
İmage

There should be a 20-mile curve in the state of Kansas.

NO, 13.33 FEET !   gaah.gif

We're using spherical trigonometry -- for a sphere.
Not plane geometry for a slope.
The distance is progressive, a never-ending drop, not a constant angle.
So the distance has to be squared. Go see Metabunk.
The math is correct. But it becomes useless after a few hundred miles, as the curve winds back on itself.
Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
09-18-2019, 01:32 PM #22
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
 
(8 hours ago)grav Wrote:  
(11 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(09-16-2019, 10:35 PM)grav Wrote:  İmage

Kansas is about 400 miles wide.

Let's do globe math!
8xd^
8 inches × (400 × 400) ÷12 ÷5280 = 20 miles.

Or use an online algorithm cheat sheet.
İmage

There should be a 20-mile curve in the state of Kansas.

NO, 13.33 FEET !   gaah.gif

We're using spherical trigonometry -- for a sphere.
Not plane geometry for a slope.
The distance is progressive, a never-ending drop, not a constant angle.
So the distance has to be squared. Go see Metabunk.
The math is correct. But it becomes useless after a few hundred miles, as the curve winds back on itself.

YOUR math is NOT correct, we ARE measuring a SLOPE !

Now that you know that, you can see how you have been WRONG in every one of the thousands of posts you have made .

You are welcome . hug.gif
09-18-2019, 04:36 PM #23
Cnut Incognito Anonymous
 
Right so we live on a slope, that makes about as much sense as saying a sphere has no up or down left or right, maybe we should be using pear-shaped trigonometry? thanks

Peace,
Cnut
09-18-2019, 04:51 PM #24
grav Member
Posts:230 Threads:1 Joined:Jun 2019
(3 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(11 hours ago)grav Wrote:  
(Today, 01:25 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(09-16-2019, 09:35 PM)grav Wrote:  İmage

Kansas is about 400 miles wide.

Let's do globe math!
8xd^
8 inches × (400 × 400) ÷12 ÷5280 = 20 miles.

Or use an online algorithm cheat sheet.
İmage

There should be a 20-mile curve in the state of Kansas.

NO, 13.33 FEET !   gaah.gif

We're using spherical trigonometry -- for a sphere.
Not plane geometry for a slope.
The distance is progressive, a never-ending drop, not a constant angle.
So the distance has to be squared. Go see Metabunk.
The math is correct. But it becomes useless after a few hundred miles, as the curve winds back on itself.

YOUR math is NOT correct, we ARE measuring a SLOPE !

Now that you know that, you can see how you have been WRONG in every one of the thousands of posts you have made .

You are welcome .  hug.gif

Do you have any idea about math? Apparently not.
A slope is a straight line. The globe earth is a continuous and constant curve.
There are dozens of sites which all agree on the math. The distance must be squared. There can be no debate about this equation. Please stop making foolish posts which destroy your credibility.
Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
09-19-2019, 01:39 PM #25
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
 
(Yesterday, 04:51 PM)grav Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 01:32 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 05:32 AM)grav Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 02:25 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(09-16-2019, 10:35 PM)grav Wrote:  İmage

Kansas is about 400 miles wide.

Let's do globe math!
8xd^
8 inches × (400 × 400) ÷12 ÷5280 = 20 miles.

Or use an online algorithm cheat sheet.
İmage

There should be a 20-mile curve in the state of Kansas.

NO, 13.33 FEET !   gaah.gif

We're using spherical trigonometry -- for a sphere.
Not plane geometry for a slope.
The distance is progressive, a never-ending drop, not a constant angle.
So the distance has to be squared. Go see Metabunk.
The math is correct. But it becomes useless after a few hundred miles, as the curve winds back on itself.

YOUR math is NOT correct, we ARE measuring a SLOPE !

Now that you know that, you can see how you have been WRONG in every one of the thousands of posts you have made .

You are welcome .  hug.gif

Do you have any idea about math? Apparently not.
A slope is a straight line. The globe earth is a continuous and constant curve.
There are dozens of sites which all agree on the math. The distance must be squared. There can be no debate about this equation. Please stop making foolish posts which destroy your credibility.

You fool of a thing, you just wont listen to people !

YOU ARE WRONG !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
09-20-2019, 02:47 AM #26
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
 
(09-18-2019, 05:32 AM)grav Wrote:  The math is correct. But it becomes useless after a few hundred miles, as the curve winds back on itself.

Cannot measure more than a few hundred miles (A FRACTION OF THE EARTHS SURFACE) , but the "math is correct" !

You IDIOT !

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09-20-2019, 06:23 PM #27
grav Member
Posts:230 Threads:1 Joined:Jun 2019
Still with the baby math and insults?
Doggone. Why bother? If there is a curve, let's see it.
If you want to show us your equation, tell us.

İmage
Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
09-20-2019, 09:09 PM #28
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
 
(2 hours ago)grav Wrote:  Still with the baby math and insults?
Doggone. Why bother? If there is a curve, let's see it.
If you want to show us your equation, tell us.

İmage

Line of sight with elevation changes in the foreground and background does not disprove curvature! In fact it strengthens curvature because if you are 500 feet above sea level you would be able to see thousands of miles away with parallax on a flat earth plane which in this picture we cannot.
Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
09-21-2019, 01:57 AM #29
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
 
(7 hours ago)grav Wrote:  Still with the baby math and insults?
Doggone. Why bother? If there is a curve, let's see it.
If you want to show us your equation, tell us.

İmage

Not very bright are you ?  The horizon is ABOUT 7 miles distant at ABOUT eye level, ABOUT 5 feet .
A 500 foot elevation observer height is exactly 100 times eye level, so the horizon is now 700 miles distant !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Are you really this dumb, or just trolling ?
09-21-2019, 03:53 AM #30
grav Member
Posts:230 Threads:1 Joined:Jun 2019
(6 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(9 hours ago)grav Wrote:  Still with the baby math and insults?
Doggone. Why bother? If there is a curve, let's see it.
If you want to show us your equation, tell us.

İmage

Line of sight with elevation changes in the foreground and background does not disprove curvature! In fact it strengthens curvature because if you are 500 feet above sea level you would be able to see thousands of miles away with parallax on a flat earth plane which in this picture we cannot.

Really? At 500 feet you can see 1000s of miles with parallax?
That's a third of the height of the Empire State Building (1454 feet). And the earth is 7926 miles in diameter.

So you could see all the way from New York to Australia! This could be true if there were no humidity in the atmosphere. And if zoom lenses could focus with any resolution at that distance.

İmage

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One of my usernames used to be Stella Parallax, by the way.

But seriously, one FE Youtuber has taken airplane flights and taken photos of far-off locations with an infrared lens. I will bring some here.



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