Uhhh, no are you kidding? Here is a video for you to watch, especially the bridge part that will show you that what he is showing is just atmospheric effects. Enjoy!
Tough question. Not far. The sun we see is a virtual image. Much like what you might see in a mirror. You are seeing the collection of light gathered and displayed for you and your location. We can tell that the image itself is about 3,000 miles away but that makes it hard to know the distance to the real item. My guess would be less than double the distance to the reflected image so for now.. I'm going to say less than 6,000 miles up. Again, when it travels away from you it gets about 7,000 miles before it sets so I do not mean 6,000 all the time. 6,000 miles at the meridian so it does get further away. Tough to put distances on reflections though.
Interesting take... not sure exactly what you mean by "stuffed it up." It is not us that stuffed it up if by that you mean messed it up. Clearly the weather modification and dumping of trash into oceans by Governments has something to do with it, But whatever their reasons, lying is just dirtball.
No. To add to that, I wouldn't use that word anymore.
To date, no medical professional has ever diagnosed me as anything but normal. Sorry, you'll have to come up with another way to simply dismiss my beliefs.
Inconclusive. I still feel that the test is the best test I have seen to get a true reading as to whether or not the earth has curvature but the problem remains keeping a beam diameter small enough that the test results are conclusive. For example if we are looking for a 10 foot drop but the beam diameter is 10 feet, well we could go either way on the interpretation of the results. So, to make sure that doesn't happen, we await a better laser. FECORE had one that would have kept the right beam diameter but they burned it out during the Balaton experiment. So, we continue to wait to see if anyone comes across one or can rent one. They are about $4500 to purchase.
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