Those search engines / a little flat earth evidence

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faded mike

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Re: Those search engines / a little flat earth evidence
« Reply #270 on: January 14, 2022, 02:31:41 AM »
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Does this prove the earth is spherical - hurry up and explain it! Sorry, evidence...?! But do explain if you haven"t, other wise I will review at my convenience.
« Last Edit: January 14, 2022, 02:33:29 AM by faded mike »
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Re: Those search engines / a little flat earth evidence
« Reply #271 on: January 14, 2022, 02:37:39 AM »
Does that one match the theory?
RET or FEN?

It certainly doesn't match FEN, as that indicates none of it should be hidden.
For RET, we don't have all the variables and so can't calculate if it matches exactly, but it reasonable.

Re: Those search engines / a little flat earth evidence
« Reply #272 on: January 14, 2022, 03:01:43 AM »
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Does this prove the earth is spherical - hurry up and explain it! Sorry, evidence...?! But do explain if you haven"t, other wise I will review at my convenience.









maybe faded can stop with the pleading and answer simple questions

when the cars go over the peak of the bridge, does the viewer at ground level see a distinct edge?
are the cars disappearing bottom-top or top-bottom or just getting smaller?
why are the cars disappearing?
can you see the curvature of the bridge from this angle?

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What i am saying is that the sun setting is not like this. The sun is very large, very far away, a huge (do we know how big?) broad spectrum light source. I believe their are many unkowns that you cant answer for.
can you imagine a scenario where 2 lazer next to each other would affect each others transmission through space? I think something like this could be a factor too.

Ok non-troll man.
Lets see your true colours then because youve avoided this 3times and twice deferrring to the sun.


What im saying is dont use the sun.

A distant boat.
A distant building across a lake.
A distant volcano island on the sea.

Is the same geometric phenomina of bottom-up not observed?

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yes

yes it does

last time something was explained to you you got mad saying we were copy pasters and it was too much.




i'll try very simply - a curved shape of the bridge shows a distinct "horizon" when looking dead on.
it shows cars disappearing bottom-up.
it matches reality of ships and mountains in a distance (and no need to plead to the very distant sun).

unless you don't believe circles and triangles are real, feel free to discuss.
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Re: Those search engines / a little flat earth evidence
« Reply #273 on: January 14, 2022, 12:23:31 PM »
So what percentage match the theory?

I don't know what that means.

Just explain why the distant rotor towers appear to be sinking on a calm sea?

Here's a few more fun ones:

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Re: Those search engines / a little flat earth evidence
« Reply #274 on: January 14, 2022, 03:05:18 PM »
So what percentage match the theory?
I don't know what that means.
I'm pretty sure he means something like:
Do the windmills appear at the exact height you would expect for a RE, with the exact amount hidden, rather than any extra hidden or extra visible?
(acting like we should be able to determine it perfectly).

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Re: Those search engines / a little flat earth evidence
« Reply #275 on: January 15, 2022, 04:27:49 AM »
So what percentage match the theory?
I don't know what that means.
I'm pretty sure he means something like:
Do the windmills appear at the exact height you would expect for a RE, with the exact amount hidden, rather than any extra hidden or extra visible?
(acting like we should be able to determine it perfectly).
Exactly, because most FE posters are dishonest pieces of shit.  Most want to either ignore things that don't match with the snake oil they are selling/drinking, strawman, or just nuh uhh you.  faded is no different. 
Yes, the windmill picture showing the farthest ones looking like they are going into the water roughly matches RET, now for specifics we need the specifics of the time and location of the photo.  Because there are many factors that make up reality and we can pretty accurately predict what those factors do to the perception of reality, aka refraction, etc.  We understand these things and with enough of the contributing factors known we could predict pretty exactly what you expect to see.  But we, RE posters, mostly live in the real world, where we don't ignore things that are inconvenient.  Most of us don't just believe what the youtube person told us, unlike faded here, we actually take in as much of the factors possible and think.
The video, looks to be used as an alternative to boats going over the curve of the horizon, bottom disappearing first, on the ocean.  But sure faded, work on the same tired arguments where you ignore many factors of reality and probably do some vastly incorrect math and then say it doesn't match the sphere, aka strawman argument.  Congrats faded, I award you a participation sticker.

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Re: Those search engines / a little flat earth evidence
« Reply #276 on: January 17, 2022, 04:19:50 AM »

Remember that kid at school who wanted attention so much they would call people names or tag them and keep running out of reach? You see more of it nowadays from the generation reared by smartphones.
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