Category Archives: Flat Earth Experiments

Degrees of Sight On A Flat Earth

Globe earthers will often quip that ‘if the earth were flat, then we could see all over it!’ but this is, of course, ignorant and inaccurate. If you stand on the beach, a plain or prairie, you will find the … Continue reading

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Flat Earth Experiment

FLAT EARTH EXPERIMENT¬†13 Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe The following sketch, fig. 34, represents a contracted section of the London and North-Western Railway, from London to FIG. 34. Liverpool, through Birmingham. The line A, B, is the surface, with … Continue reading

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Flat Earth Experiment: Line of Sight

Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe On the eastern pier at Brighton (Sussex) a large wooden quadrant was fixed on a stand, the upper surface placed square to a plumb line, and directed towards the east, then to the south, … Continue reading

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Spinning Ball of Water in Slow Motion

Flat Earth Experiment Putting water on a spinning ball and filming it at high speed to see what it looks like.¬† ¬†This is what happens when the ball is spun by hand (a couple of miles per hour at the … Continue reading

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Driving Over A Frozen Lake To Prove A Flat Earth

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Flat Earth Experiment 15

Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe From the first floor of the “grand” hotel, opposite the new or western pier, at Brighton, in Sussex, a well-constructed instrument, called a “Clinometer,” was “levelled,” and directed towards the sea. The water seemed … Continue reading

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Flat Earth Experiment 14

Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe If a good theodolite is placed on the summit of Shooter’s Hill, in Kent, and levelled, the line of sight, on being directed to Hampstead Hill, will cut the cross on St. Paul’s Cathedral, … Continue reading

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Flat Earth Experiment 13

Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe The following sketch, fig. 34, represents a contracted section of the London and North-Western Railway, from London to FIG. 34. Liverpool, through Birmingham. The line A, B, is the surface, with its various inclines … Continue reading

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Flat Earth Experiment 12

On the shore of Waterloo, England On the shore near Waterloo, a few miles to the north of Liverpool, a good telescope was fixed, at an elevation of 6 feet above the water. It was directed to a large steamer, … Continue reading

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Flat Earth Experiment: On the Coast

When You Are On The Coast On the shore near Waterloo, a few miles to the north of Liverpool, a good telescope was fixed, at an elevation of 6 feet above the water. It was directed to a large steamer, … Continue reading

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