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A Wall of Water

“Astronomers are in the habit of considering two points on the Earth’s surface, without, it seems, any limit as to the distance that lies between them, as being on a level, and the intervening section, even though it be an … Continue reading

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Is the water level or is it not?

“Is water level, or is it not?‟ was a question once asked of an astronomer. „Practically, yes; theoretically, no,‟ was the reply. Now, when theory does not harmonize with practice, the best thing to do is to drop the theory. … Continue reading

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Suez Canal Level with the Mediterranean Sea

    The Suez Canal which connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Gulf of Suez on the Red Sea is a clear proof of the Earth’s and water’s non-convexity. The canal is 100 miles long and without any locks so … Continue reading

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Water Seeks Its Own Level

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 … Continue reading

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