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Equinox – the Flat Earthers' nightmare

2019-03-21 [Petri]

In my book, “Flat Out Wrong: The Overwhelming Evidence Against Flat Earth”, I explain the many discrepancies that can be detected between the Flat Earth Model and the observable Universe around us. Yesterday's equinox comes with many of them: enough to fill a full chapter in the book. Here's one:

[Excerpt from Chapter 7: “Revisiting the Perspective Effect”]

We can easily observe that, on the day of the equinox, the Sun rises due east everywhere on Earth, and sets due west everywhere. If the Sun is very far away and the equator has a 90-degree angle towards it, as it has according to the Globe Earth Model, this is perfectly plausible.

But if we look at the attached image of the model of the flat Earth, which is roughly to scale, this kind of behavior is impossible if the Sun is only 5,000 km above us. You simply would not see the Sun rising due east at every possible location from the North Pole to the southern "ice wall".

Explaining this, fully repeatable, event requires another hat-dwelling rabbit in the form of “atmospheric sideways distortion.” Somehow, this again only affects the Sun while leaving all other celestial objects unaffected.

[End of excerpt]

You can find other examples and background info on the web pages of my book, and the book itself is available on Amazon worldwide.

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