Checking the Flat Earth With a Digital Camera


Checking the Flat Earth With a Digital Camera

(Some rough language may be heard.)

Is the distance we are told that planes fly really much less than what we are told? Check out this video, as this guy did some experiments with his camera.

Here is an experiment you can do if you have a powerful zoom camera. The next time you are flying and you are told by the pilot that you are X feet above the ground. Take a picture of the ground and record this; take note of the power of the zoom you used. If it’s a tree, record that.

Now, when you are on the ground take a picture of a tree that is equal distance from you – that you have already measured out; make sure that you use the same power. Notice if on if the picture you took of the tree the same size as that on the ground. It should be if we are to prove what we were told in the plane was the truth. If the picture on the ground is much larger than what you took in the air, then something is wrong. This is just an experiment that should be pursued.

Planes Stopping in Mid-Air?

( I have my reservations about the so-called “The Mandela Effect” )

About 8 years ago my wife and I noticed a plane “hovering” while we were driving. (No, this was not the British plane that is specially built to do this.) Too bad I didn’t have a video camera to record our own experience. It had been until now before I had found that others have had this experience, too.

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First and foremost I'm a Christian and believe that the Bible is the inspired word of Yahweh God. Introducing people to the Bible through the flat earth facts.
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