solar eclipse in the flat earth model

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solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« on: August 21, 2017, 08:08:02 AM »

my question is:

can somebody show me how the dates and times of the solar eclipse can be calculated based on a flat earth model.


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hoppy

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Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2017, 12:28:52 PM »

my question is:

can somebody show me how the dates and times of the solar eclipse can be calculated based on a flat earth model.
Saros cycle. The same calculation as RE.
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Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2017, 01:35:50 PM »

my question is:

can somebody show me how the dates and times of the solar eclipse can be calculated based on a flat earth model.
Saros cycle. The same calculation as RE.

that than proves the global earth in a heliocentric system.
thank you for confirming that.

Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2017, 05:11:31 PM »

my question is:

can somebody show me how the dates and times of the solar eclipse can be calculated based on a flat earth model.
Saros cycle. The same calculation as RE.

that than proves the global earth in a heliocentric system.
thank you for confirming that.

No you are Incorrect.

The Saros cycle was originally calculated by the ancient Babylonian's who like all civilisations knew the earth was flat.

NASA still use the SAROS cycle to this day.

Your Strange Heliocentric Religion is False.

Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #4 on: August 21, 2017, 06:03:35 PM »

my question is:

can somebody show me how the dates and times of the solar eclipse can be calculated based on a flat earth model.
Saros cycle. The same calculation as RE.

that than proves the global earth in a heliocentric system.
thank you for confirming that.

No you are Incorrect.

The Saros cycle was originally calculated by the ancient Babylonian's who like all civilisations knew the earth was flat.

NASA still use the SAROS cycle to this day.

Your Strange Heliocentric Religion is False.
Actually, it was the Chaldeans, not the Babylonians.

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Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #5 on: August 21, 2017, 11:03:09 PM »

my question is:

can somebody show me how the dates and times of the solar eclipse can be calculated based on a flat earth model.
Saros cycle. The same calculation as RE.

The same calculation.....what a joke!
You just demonstrate a clear lack of any understanding.

Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #6 on: August 22, 2017, 04:24:59 AM »

my question is:

can somebody show me how the dates and times of the solar eclipse can be calculated based on a flat earth model.
Saros cycle. The same calculation as RE.

that than proves the global earth in a heliocentric system.
thank you for confirming that.

No you are Incorrect.

The Saros cycle was originally calculated by the ancient Babylonian's who like all civilisations knew the earth was flat.

NASA still use the SAROS cycle to this day.

Your Strange Heliocentric Religion is False.

that is not a calculation. it is only the observation that the eclipses are in a pattern.

how can you calculate the time and the path of an eclipse in a "flat earth model"?

i know it is complicated to answer that, because you would have first to define a flat earth model, which is impossible. the nonexistens of a model of a flat earth proves that.

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rabinoz

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Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #7 on: August 22, 2017, 05:46:29 AM »
The Saros cycle was originally calculated by the ancient Babylonian's who like all civilisations knew the earth was flat.

NASA still use the SAROS cycle to this day.


There is no such thing as "the SAROS cycle"!
Not only that: there is no way that the Chaldeans, Sumerians or the Babylonians could have calculated the Saros cycles to sufficient accuracy to cover 4000 years.
There are dozens of currently active Saros cycles. So, which Saros cycles did the recent eclipse belong to.
Surely in your 124 years, you have learned that much!

So stop talking through your straw boater - too much hot air is not good for them!

And, "the ancient Babylonian's who like all civilisations" thought "the earth was flat" and that was quite a reasonable assumption for such a small region.
But when people started to travel more to Greece, Egypt and further across the Mediterranean they realised that a flat earth not longer fitted their observations.

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Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #8 on: August 22, 2017, 06:11:35 AM »
The Saros cycle was originally calculated by the ancient Babylonian's who like all civilisations knew the earth was flat.
Please show us how the Ancient Babylonians would have used the Saros cycle to calculate the path of totality of yesterday's eclipse.
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Re: solar eclipse in the flat earth model
« Reply #9 on: August 22, 2017, 06:31:00 AM »

my question is:

can somebody show me how the dates and times of the solar eclipse can be calculated based on a flat earth model.
Saros cycle. The same calculation as RE.
You don't seem to understand. The Saros Cycle isn't a calculation.  It's a time scale. NASA uses the Saros-Inex.  It only predicts periodicity for a given location.

The actual calculations include adjustments for variations such as orbits which the original cycles didn't correct for. NASA also calculates the actual path, percentages of totality, or duration.  All of which the Saros-Inex doesn't predict.

Mike
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