Put a flat earthier into space



DaveH

Striker
So...if the moon orbits the Earth then how do we only see only one face of it?

Because the sun moves over and around the Earth circle and illuminates those areas but we can still see the distance of it more angled in terms of winter to us and summer to other parts.
This is why when you see the sun supposedly rising or setting, it's simple moving towards or away from us over that dome and the light and heat from it gets stronger or weaker, respectively.

A clydesdale.

Wavelength is just a word.

Then you can throw it out. I'll keep it.

To understand this is to understand how colours blend or are reflected or absorbed.

It can. Look it up. I'm sure there'll be stuff on it.
You're not compelled to believe it but take a look anyway.
I can’t find anything describing light reflecting off a dome, making a secondary reflection in a way that light doesn’t normally reflect off a dome and then hitting itself and cancelling itself out to create nothing. You get the dark spotted pattern by shining light through a defraction grating but I can’t find any instance of light reflecting back on itself to create complete darkness.

Of course that only addresses the area of totality of a solar eclipse. You then have to consider the partial eclipse zone where the light reflects back on itself but although projected onto a smooth dome surface, as you get further and further away from the totality zone, this secondary reflection only cancels out part of itself, then in some places not at all.

So what we are looking for is a demonstration of light reflecting onto a smooth surface, in a way that cancels itself out completely for one observer, partially for other observers and not at all for everyone else. If such documentation is common, please point me in the direction of some because I can not find any.
 

legend7

Winger
Also why do we build lighthouses so tall or/ and on a high area and with the light on the very top, if the sea is totally flat then ships would still see them if they were just head height surely πŸ€”πŸ€”
 

Nobby

Midfield
Also why do we build lighthouses so tall or/ and on a high area and with the light on the very top, if the sea is totally flat then ships would still see them if they were just head height surely πŸ€”πŸ€”
Dense air pressure would stop you seeing the light if it was at the bottom.

Although the denser air pressure has more molecular density so it should have more friction of pressure so the light should get brighter.

Therefore instead of disappearing "over the horizon" things should be brighter and easier to see
 
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legend7

Winger
Dense air pressure would stop you seeing the light if it was at the bottom.

Although the denser air pressure has more molecular density so it should have more friction of pressure so the light should get brighter.

Therefore instead of disappearing "over the horizon" things should be brighter and easier to see
And also much louder for the ships as light is the same as sound, I'm surprised those lighthouses don't sound like sirens as they spin around actually.
 

fyl2u

Striker
Did he though, religion is identical to science and space according to numbnuts.
All just stories πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈπŸ€·β€β™‚οΈπŸ˜‚

Says "space orbits can't work because Earth would have to flip its tilt as it went around the sun, because SWINGBALL", then asks why the moon would face Earth all the way around? What happened to his swingball logic there?
 
Look it up. It's called Tidal Locking. I'd imagine there's lots of info out there about it.
Tidal locking?
Can you explain it?
The only thing the Sun is in the centre of is the solar system. There is no reflective dome.
It makes no sense for a centralised sun and an orbiting Earth and moon and all the rest of it. It literally doesn't.
It makes much more sense for everything to be inside this cell, in my opinion.
Seems rather logical to assume that Earth might be a spinning globe given that the two nearest planets are observable to be spinning globes even through consumer-grade telescopes.
Which supposed planets are observed to be spinning globes?>
No I mean if this huge energy source eminates from 1 large source, shines up and hits the dime then splits into millions of little dots all over the dome there would be an area of the sky with either a very very bright spot every night or no stars there, yet you can see stars over every inch of the sky πŸ€”πŸ€”
That's what you'd get with a dome and a central projector.
Have you ever looked up those projectors that they call planetariums?

Take a look at some and it may offer you a clue. It may not, either. It just depends on what you want to think.
Jesus wept. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Any idea?
Did he though, religion is identical to science and space according to numbnuts.
All just stories πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈπŸ€·β€β™‚οΈπŸ˜‚
No, not at all.
Religion is nothing like science.
Religion is more akin to pseudo-science.
 
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fyl2u

Striker
Any idea?

Absolutely yes, but you won't accept it, even though the short answer is SWINGBALL.
Religion is nothing like science.
Religion is more akin to pseudo-science.

Indeed. In both religion and pseudo-science, evidence against beliefs is denied regardless of how much proof there is. Just like you with your "It's not a globe, it's not a globe, it's not a globe, water level, water level, water level, la la la la la la not listening, it's not a globe, it's not a globe" pseudo-scientific bollocks.
 
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Religion is nothing like science.
Religion is more akin to pseudo-science.
Indeed. In both religion and pseudo-science, evidence against beliefs are denied regardless of how much proof there is.

But there is no proof for any of it.
Just like you with your "It's not a globe, it's not a globe, it's not a globe
It's not. Not one we walk upon or sail upon.
, water level, water level, water level, la la la la la la not listening,

It's tehre right ion your face. Nothing to do with not listening.
it's not a globe, it's not a globe" pseudo-scientific bollocks.
It's not a globe we walk upon or sail upon. Especially spinning.
It rotates at the same rate that it orbits, meaning it faces Earth all the way around, just like SWINGBALL.
Then it can't be a swing ball effect if it rotates.
 

fyl2u

Striker
But there is no proof for any of it.

Yes, just like that.

It's not. Not one we walk upon or sail upon.

And that.

It's tehre right ion your face. Nothing to do with not listening.

And that.

It's not a globe we walk upon or sail upon. Especially spinning.

And that.

Then it can't be a swing ball effect if it rotates.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Think about that one a little longer and try again.
 

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