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A friend of mine believes that the Earth is flat. I challenged him to prove it by walking off the edge...
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 74189820:MV80MTAxMjc2Xzc0NTMyMTc1X0JGMUQ4RkIw] [quote:LHP598:MV80MTAxMjc2Xzc0NTMxMzYyXzI5NTM1MEQy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 76575067:MV80MTAxMjc2Xzc0NTMxMjk3X0RGNjNEMkE1] [quote:LHP598:MV80MTAxMjc2Xzc0NTMwODkzXzZEMjVGNDBG] [quote:blue leaf 11852964:MV80MTAxMjc2Xzc0NTI4MzQ5X0NDREY4REUy] It's very easy to prove flat, Simply hold a straight edge up to the horizon, if it's flat, level, straight = earth flat. See ANY curve, = globe.. She flat folks... [/quote] Exactly as expected with a large globe Earth. Especially as your horizon is a circle the same distance from you in all directions. [/quote] Circles are flat. Feel like correcting yourself? Or are you saying it’s flat from the observer to the horizon? You’re all over the place. Much like someone who has never stood on a sphere. [/quote] I'm saying your horizon is the same distance from you in all directions. As it is the same distance there should not be a visible curve. [/quote] I agree with you. However the physical characteristics of a sphere do not. Nothing is flat on a sphere. Especially one that supposedly curves 8” per mile ^2 [/quote]
He eventually came around
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