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Post by Admin on Tue Oct 04, 2016 7:18 pm

16. But I can see the earth's curve from the plane window!
17. There's a curve in the Red-Bull dive too!
18. All the planets are spheres!



16. But I can see the earth's curve from the plane window!


The glass used in all commercial airplanes is curved to remain flush with the fuselage. This creates a slight bulging effect people mistake for being the supposed curvature of the Earth. In actuality, if the Earth were a ball, no matter how large, you would NOT be able to see the horizon rise remaining at eye level all the way up. If the Earth were a ball, no matter how big, the horizon would stay exactly where it was and you would have to look DOWN further and further to see the horizon at all. Looking straight out the window at 35,000 feet you should see nothing but "outer-space" from the port and starboard windows, as the Earth/horizon are supposed to be BELOW you. If they are visible at eye level outside both side windows, that's because the Earth is flat!

17. There's a curve in the Red-Bull dive too!

Taken with a fish eye lens. http://www.youtube.com/embed/ZyIVaZXDhho

18. All the planets are spheres!

For thousands of years the "planets" were known as "wandering stars" as they differ from the fixed stars in their relative motions only. Through a telescope both the fixed stars and wandering "planets" appear as nothing more than tiny round dots of light, luminaries, circling the night sky. They do NOT appear in any way to be spherical Earth-like terra firma capable of landing on as the Freemasons at NASA would have us believe with their fake CGI pictures and videos. The following video exposes the entire deception proving that Earth is in fact a plane and "planets" do not exist!
http://www.youtube.com/embed/q8tIm-fxE_s

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