Curvature: computations with illustative formulas

Curvature, yes. Earth’s curvature is a topic about which a number of calculations are available: you just need surfing the net and search for everything you want. A great number of images, posts, and videos show full evidence there is no curvature. Notwithstanding, I want to discuss the topic all the same. In fact, it touches our senses in a very sensible way. I’m going to deal first with computations and then with some example.

In the following calculation, I would like to show what is the fall you can expect for a given distance on the surface of the earth. As a start, I have to say that I’m going to show the whole reckoning but, if you are not interested in it, you can simply check the final formula. In fact, it is very handy to prove the Earth is a plane surface. Read more

Eratosthenes’ experiment proves the earth is flat

Eratosthenes was a Greek mathematician born in Cyrene in 276 B.C. He was not the first one describing the Earth as a sphere. Plato and Aristotle had done before. Plato wrote that the Creator “made the world in the form of a globe, round as for a lathe, having its extremes in every direction equidistant from the centre, the most perfect and the most like itself of all figures,” “one of those balls which have leather coverings in twelve pieces…” (Plato. Phaedro. p. 110b; Timaeus. p.33). Read more

Membranes inside our body can help understanding the flat earth dome

 Membranes operating in the human body

Membranes, that appear in nature to protect organisms from the external aggressions, can be useful to understand more about the dome.  Since we cannot go to the extremities of the earth and personally check the operations occurring inside the dome, we can only rely on reasoning. Certainly, we know the world we live inside is a fractal universe where the same principles are constantly repeated and confirmed.  So, we could resort to the old alchemic principle that recited “as above, so below”. This means that we can keep searching inside us, or in our near proximity, examples showing how the natural world operates to solve problems. What does nature perform in order to protect frail and delicate organisms from the exterior dangers? The cell membranes, the egg membranes, the eye membranes, the brain membranes or the ring membranes of a tree are complex entities that are in constant relation with the outside world and need safeguarding. In all these cases, the membranes are operating to isolate, by means of various coatings, the different operations of the living organisms. So let’s start considering the many layers that are protecting the human eye. Read more

Isotropy and Einstein’s Special Relativity

Isotropy and the growth rings of a tree

Isotropy is uniformity in all orientations. So, in this lecture, the reader will find a brief inquiry into an old alchemic principle. Our universe shows everywhere uniformity and auto-similarity. So it appears the same from any position. In order to explain this reality, Einstein elaborated and achieved his special relativity theory. Read more