Water Seeks Its Own Level

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People forget that water seeks its own level but it needs to be repeated. We all have looked over this when we are told that the earth is round. Yet, if it’s round how does water stay perfectly level no matter where you are in the world? It could be a calm ocean, a lake or stream and you’ll find level water. Gravity is not the answer, for how can gravity perfectly smooth out the surface of the water, as the curvature of the earth is 8 inches squared the distance. Another point to consider is, IF gravity was the answer, it would take a lot of pressure or “attraction power” to hold water upside down. Think of the force that would be required to do that, yet people who are living in this area feels no additonal pressure at all. The only explanation is, that the earth is flat.

“The upper surface of a fluid at rest is a horizontal plane. Because if a part of the surface were higher than the rest, those parts of the fluid which were under it would exert a greater pressure upon the surrounding parts than they receive from them, so that motion would take place amongst the particles and continue until there were none at a higher level than the rest, that is, until the upper surface of the whole mass of fluid became a horizontal plane.” –W.T. Lynn, “First Principles of Natural Philosophy”

“The surface of all water, when not agitated by natural causes, such as winds, tides, earthquakes etc. is perfectly level. The sense of sight proves this to every unprejudiced and reasonable mind. Can any so-called scientist, who teaches that the earth is a whirling globe, take a heap of liquid water, whirl it round, and so make rotundity? He cannot. Therefore it is utterly impossible to prove that an ocean is a whirling rotund section of a globular earth, rushing through „space‟ at the lying-given-rate of false philosophers.” -William Thomas Wiseman, “The Earth An Irregular Plane”

earth-dripping-water  People forget that water seeks its own level but it needs to be repeated. We all have looked over this when we are told that the earth is round. Yet, if it’s round how does water stay perfectly level no matter where you are in the world? It could be a calm ocean, a lake or stream and you’ll find level water. Gravity is not the answer, for how can gravity perfectly smooth out the surface of the water, as the curvature of the earth is 8 inches squared the distance. Another point to consider is, IF gravity was the answer, it would take a lot of pressure or “attraction power” to hold water upside down. Think of the force that would be required to do that, yet people who are living in this area feels no additonal pressure at all. The only explanation is, that the earth is flat.

“The upper surface of a fluid at rest is a horizontal plane. Because if a part of the surface were higher than the rest, those parts of the fluid which were under it would exert a greater pressure upon the surrounding parts than they receive from them, so that motion would take place amongst the particles and continue until there were none at a higher level than the rest, that is, until the upper surface of the whole mass of fluid became a horizontal plane.” –W.T. Lynn, “First Principles of Natural Philosophy”

“The surface of all water, when not agitated by natural causes, such as winds, tides, earthquakes etc. is perfectly level. The sense of sight proves this to every unprejudiced and reasonable mind. Can any so-called scientist, who teaches that the earth is a whirling globe, take a heap of liquid water, whirl it round, and so make rotundity? He cannot. Therefore it is utterly impossible to prove that an ocean is a whirling rotund section of a globular earth, rushing through „space‟ at the lying-given-rate of false philosophers.” –William Thomas Wiseman, “The Earth An Irregular Plane”

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