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august 17 eclipse

Post by toploader on Wed Jul 26, 2017 11:31 am

Hi everone. I have seen the predicted path of the eclipse across America for this august. I noticed that the shadow will move east? this seems a bit strange to me as the supposed ball earth is spinning that way pretty fast. Is there a simulation on a flat earth model to show me how this might work. I might just be getting confused. Many thanks, Dave

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Post by Schpankme on Wed Jul 26, 2017 4:21 pm

toploader wrote:
I have seen the predicted path of the eclipse across America for this august
I noticed that the shadow will move east?

Is there a simulation on a flat earth model to show me how this might work

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Post by Real World on Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:35 pm

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Post by Ann on Mon Aug 21, 2017 1:09 am

Real World wrote:

Don't wanna be the devil's lawyer but if the light source is big enough the shadows will converge in a cone shape. I believe with the scale they give us it still fit their model. Not saying it's right but it doesnt seem like a problem to me?
Or somebody sees something wrong with it?

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Post by Real World on Mon Aug 21, 2017 7:53 pm

Dear Ann,

Globe-headed Erastotenes was assuming that Sun rays are entering Earth with a straigh lines:


They cant have both versions correct.
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Post by Ann on Tue Aug 22, 2017 1:24 am

I see, my bad, I was unaware of it.
Gotta read some about this now that must have some consequences.

Thank you for the info.

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Post by PriorityMinority Today at 4:21 am

The moon can be transparent enough to see stars through it; but opaque enough to completely block the sun's light during an eclipse?
I need help! Samuel Rowbotham tells us that the moon is the cause of a solar eclipse and leaves no room for debate on that - he states it as a fact. But if it were in front of the sun, wouldn't we see the sun's light, just dimmed a bit?I didn't see the eclipse in the States recently so can't tell, but most photos look like the sun is totally blocked, implying an opaque body between us and it.

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Post by PriorityMinority Today at 4:23 am

Just for the record, he also writes that the moon is "admitted to be globular"; and draws us to an analogy of a ball that is one half illuminated by itself. The moon certainly appears fairly "round" when it is at a high angle; when it is at low angle, just "rising", it is the more "ethereal" subject that Gabrielle Henriet writes of.

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Post by Admin Today at 5:41 am

Ancient cultures around the world claimed that Rahu eclipses both the Sun and the Moon. This seems more likely to me than the Moon eclipsing the Sun: http://ifers.123.st/t65-rahu-the-black-sun
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Post by PriorityMinority Today at 6:00 am

Also, if it were the moon crossing the face of the sun, we would see THE MOON (like, all the patterns on it or whatever, like what we normally see when we see the moon); slowly, erm,,,crossing the sun...
But we see nothing of the sort, just parts of the sun gradually being "devoured" for want of a better word.
so, Rowbotham and the heliocentrists don't make sense here

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Post by csp Today at 6:14 am

PriorityMinority wrote:so, Rowbotham and the heliocentrists don't make sense here

Well, Rowbotham was in England, and during his lifetime (if records are correct), never witnessed a solar eclipse.
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