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What Is The Best Proof Against The Globe?

By far, at least so far, the Gyroscope is clearly the best proof of a flat, stationary earth.

What Videos Would You Suggest For Newbies?

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Do You Have Tests That Prove The Flat Earth?

There are quite a few tests that are being done that are proving the flatness. What we haven’t yet seen are any videos that prove the curvature of the sphere Earth.  Below you’ll find some of the best tests proving no curvature.  Enjoy


Do Boats Go Over The Curvature Of Earth?
  • David Boffey

    I sent you some queries, and you responded to them, as follows

    Why is it that a compass needle is more of less vertical at the poles and horizontal at the equator?
    And when you carry on past the poles the needle slowly returns to the horizontal?
    Why is it that it is only possible to navigate over long distances using spherical trigonometry?
    Why is it that traditional gyro compasses work perfectly in low low latitudes but became unreliable in high latitudes?
    Why is it that it is only possible to navigate over long distances using charts based on a terrestrial spheroid?
    Why is it that when you watch a ship sailing away from you the hull is the first thing to go below the horizon, then the superstructure and finally the funnel and upperworks?
    Does a magnetic compass point towards polaris (Alpha Ursae Minoris) at the north and south poles?
    Does a gyro compass point towards Alpha Ursae Minoris at the north and south poles?

    1. It isn’t
    2. You are repeating things you have heard and never experienced
    3. That’s not true at all
    4. Why does a gyro not show drift?
    5. Haha so not true. Ever heard of a mercator projection? Ask ANY ship captain.
    6.I’ve shown this 100’s of times. Walk away from me and your shoes will disappear first.
    7. no

    Sweety, I became a Master Mariner over nearly five decades ago, so I am telling you that you are the one “repeating things you have heard and never experienced”. Fact.
    What do you mean by “Why does a gyro not show drift” when referring to a gyro compass?
    The only answers you got correct were 7 and 8. The reason the correct answer is “no” is because the earth is a terrestrial spheroid. rather than a flat earth.
    Mercator Charts, i.e. charts printed using a Mercator projection, note “projection”, are not accurate, Straight lines on a Mercator chart are spirals, other than the cardinals, and not great circles and therefore no use for anything but short distances.
    Regarding 6. I suggest you go to the middle of the Indian Ocean and watch a 500,000 tonne tanker sail away from you. Something you have quite obviously never done, have you. Ask any Master Mariner and they will confirm what I have said. Also, if I walked away from you my shoes would not disappear. Yours would.

  • Jane Threes

    Rob Skiba – excellent observations of boats and planes moving off into the distance

  • BallEarthSceptic

    Whenever Globeheads use the Lunar Eclipse; earths shadow cast onto the moon as definitive proof of earths rotundity, they use a spherical object (to represent the “Earth”) and then use a flat 2D screen or 2D sheet to represent the moon and the obvious round shadow cast by a spherical object onto a flat surface.. However, using their globular mentality that the moon is a sphere and therefore the earth “Must be” a sphere also, then Ask them to recreate that same shadow experiment using 2 spheres.. I.e A larger Sphere, casting a perfectly round shadow onto a smaller sphere throughout the transit. They will very quickly notice the shadow becomes very distorted many times during the transition.. While projecting a round shadow onto a 2D surface like a sheet, it will remain perfectly circular throughout the transit.

    For argument sake, If we consider the moon is moving to the left while the “earth shadow” moves to the right and begins from left to right on the moon, The shadow remains perfectly circular. This would not occur on a spherical object with imperfections on the surface. Once the shadow has engulfed half the sphere, it should be virtually a straight line as per the moons standard shadow pattern, and then would elongate into an oval shape as the shadow wrapped further around the spherical object. It is very difficult to recreate a constantly perfectly-circular shadow onto a spherical object.

    Seeing a Full moon in daylight hours or seeing the tiny crescent moon in the evening/night – based on the globe model instantly disproves the globe model assumptions for the phases of the moon.

    The Morgiles video of Mercury and Venus in our nighttime sky, especially when tightly clustered with Jupiter as per Aug 2016, instantly discredits the Heliocentric model with those 2 planets being the first 2 planets after the sun, and directly between the sun and “Earth”. Globeheads will try to argue that if you place the Earth, Sun and Venus at a right angle triangle, (I.e Sun at the middle, earth towards the west and Venus towards the North) then you might catch a glimpse, but you cannot see Venus through the night like we do, if the ball earth spins away from that glancing position.

    Not essentially proof of FLATness, but irrefutable evidence that “their model” is flawed..
    These points usually end an argument with my globehead friends.

    From Paul in South Africa

  • Thanks man- appreciate that

  • BallEarthSceptic

    Excellent show this week Jeran and John, keep up the good work… Some FAQ’s to follow