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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by Admin on Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:06 pm

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by RickFE on Mon Apr 10, 2017 4:04 pm

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by Foreverlearning on Mon Apr 10, 2017 5:21 pm

Great footage Rick. I wanted to know where you were filming from? I know you can see the Burlington Skyway from the Toronto shoreline on a clear day, and Burlington is 58km from Toronto.
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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by RickFE on Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:15 pm

Foreverlearning wrote:Great footage Rick. I wanted to know where you were filming from? I know you can see the Burlington Skyway from the Toronto shoreline on a clear day, and Burlington is 58km from Toronto.

This a video from Jenna Fredo
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmGZOUV9TP9Z_J1LdUIfYHQ
Taken from 30.84 Miles away at Fort Niagara, NY. The Rogers Center dome is only 282' high. Lake Ontario elevation is 243'.The base elevation of the Rogers Center is 267', making the total height of the Rogers Center above the lake 306' . My elevation was 6' above the lake. Expected curvature is 516.85' of drop

I live in Ontario and have been to Toronto many times. The Rogers Center, aka the Skydome is the white retractable roof clearly visible in her videos.
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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by Realearth on Sun Apr 30, 2017 8:37 pm

This Curvature Test Proves None Exist

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by Admin on Tue May 02, 2017 6:18 am

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by Realearth on Wed May 17, 2017 3:00 am

Nightime in Hoylake proves zero curve

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by Realearth on Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:41 am

4,519 MILES NO CURVE

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by reluctantsparrow on Mon Jul 31, 2017 6:50 am

I have an idea, (My girlfriends idea actually,)
She wants an app for her ipad that shows the curvature one should EXPECT to see on a ball with a radius of 3,595 miles from any location or height.
She also wants to a see a video showing three points of view side by side.
1. the ipad app with expected curvature (mathematically correct for the supposed "ball'.
2. the same view from the same height and location with no distortion, a real life view.
3. just for fun, the same view again via fish eye lens.

I know nothing about writing software, but wouldn't that be great to have an app that SHOWS you, from a given location, the amount of curve one should Expect to see compared to what a person is actually seeing? I want that app....
Even the ball earthers would download that app.
I am wondering if it has already been written?
a valuable teaching tool that would be

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by vortexpuppy on Mon Jul 31, 2017 12:44 pm

reluctantsparrow wrote: an app for her ipad that shows the curvature one should EXPECT to see on a ball with a radius of 3,595 miles from any location or height.
I am wondering if it has already been written?
 a valuable teaching tool that would be

Check the following app to see if it fits (at least some of your) needs.
www.aye.earth
http://www.aye.earth/index.php/aye-earth/curve/curve-calculator

Note: This app uses the standard globe assumption of a spherical geometry of the Earth

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by reluctantsparrow on Mon Jul 31, 2017 6:00 pm

Very useful link, thanks vortexpuppy, but not quite what my GF had in mind. She wants an app that superimposes what the alleged curve should look like in real time on the camera view from her Ipad or Iphone. The line of the curved horizon one should be seeing would be superimposed right over the real life view. The "expected curve' would also be superimposed at the correct "horizon level" based on Pythagoras math.....so....a person could pull out their camera on a plane for instance flying at 37,000 feet to take a pic and the "app" would automatically display both the alleged "curve" one SHOULD be seeing side to side as well as how far 'down" a person should have to tip ones head to see the pythagorean horizon (which in reality remains at eye level).

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by Simplyflat on Tue Aug 15, 2017 5:32 am

How's it going everyone, please remove this comment if it doesn't fit into the forum, so recently, I've been thinking, since the earth is unfathomably huge, the only true telling way in my mind to test the 'curve' is to gain unfathomable height, am I wrong? So basically a good thorough birds eye view? I've recently seen the video with Rob Skiba and others letting of those baloons, forget the actual proper name for it, I'm pretty sure they got to around 100,000 feet or soo?. And if you've seen the video, the view at that height is spectacular, but in all honesty only covers a very small portion of the earth, I'm wondering, if the earth were to curve, at what height estimated would you have to be to notice any promising signs of it? Personally My guess would be atleast 900,000 + feet right? Try not to laugh at this comment (lol) as I'm not the most educated with the math etc, looking for some well educated opinions/explanations - thanks.

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Re: No Curvature on the Flat Earth

Post by Schpankme on Tue Aug 15, 2017 8:56 am

[quote="Simplyflat"]
I've been thinking the only way to test the 'curve' is to gain height
I've recently seen the video with Rob Skiba and others letting of those baloons
I'm pretty sure they got to around 100,000 feet or soo?.
I'm wondering, if the earth were to curve, at what height estimated would you have to be to notice any promising signs of it?
I'm not the most educated with the math etc/quote]


Here's a Balloon animation to 110,000, representing Flat Earth and Globe Earth:

THINGS TO LOOK FOR
The presence or lack of hotspot on the surface of the Earth.
What happens to the horizon as it moves above and below the camera's center axis.
Is there any motion parallax between the horizon and the Sun

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