Thevoiceofreason, your OP is littered with such nonsense that formulating a response would just be a waste of time.

not really, you just don't want to admit defeat, so you initiate attack mode.

and how is my original poster littered with such nonsense? I didn't know that I was filled with nonsense.

As for my primary post, it is Thevoiceofreason speaking to you.

look at Einstein's equation for newton's second law.

you'll notice that effective mass is proportional to the force given.

for FET's BL to parallel Real Earth Theory, you need to have a circular path for light and a flat earth, instead of vice versa.

as to why is fairly obvious, if you want maths, I'll work them out tomorrow.

now a circular path for light would be governed by the parametric equation x=rcos(t) and y=rsin(t).

this is where problems arise. given that light travels at c, this constant is equal to the square root of the sum of the derivatives squared (pythagorean's theorem). that said, the acceleration vector will be centripetal and constant since r and c are constants. since the force vector is proportional to the acceleration vector, it to is centripetal.

This is all to say bendy light doesn't work with its given explanation