Today I want to check if the flat earth model I have till now presented is ok. Especially in the case of a solar eclipse.
The model to keep in mind is that of a flat earth pond on which you should visualize the trajectory of the sun. This is a cone having the following geometrical data:
|Radius of the orbit
|Height of the orbit
At first, when I realized the Earth could be flat, it was a great surprise. I felt excited at that idea. Then I started surfing the internet and read Eric Dubay’s books. Honest, I’m grateful to him, for sure. He has worked so much to spread the truth about flat earth. However, some of the proofs there exposed, as I felt myself more than once, were not totally convincing. I have to confess, some of them I can only now completely understand. Read more
Hello, guys! As you remember, we started just reasoning about parallax and magical squares. Our goal was to define the trajectory of the sun, the moon, and the planets. We were also curious about their relative distances and their orbit radiuses. Read more
Few figures in the history of technology are more controversial than Wernher von Braun, the card-carrying Nazi scientist who built, by the exploitation of thousands of slave laborers from concentration camps, the world’s first ballistic missile. Working for NASA he became a leader in the American space program, building the rocket that carried Apollo 11 up to the moon. Read more
We could say that the annual parallax of a star is the angle defined by the sun, the star and the Earth. (considering the star perpendicular to the line that unites the Sun and the Earth).