flat Earth NOT - It's just mathematics. On a flat Earth with the Sun only 3,000 miles above the surface, the Sun NEVER SETS below the horizon
It's just mathematics. On a flat Earth with the Sun only 3,000 miles above the surface, the Sun NEVER SETS below the horizon.
Distance are to scale.
On a flat earth, where the sun supposedly sets due to perspective, as the sun’s angle of elevation decreases, concurrent distance increases exponentially.
To see the sun 10o above the horizon, and observer would have to be 17,000 miles away.
To see it 5o above the horizon he would have to be over 34,000 miles away.
To see the sun 1o above the horizon, he would be 172,000 miles away.
This is why the sun would never appear to set on a flat earth.
Published on – March 1, 2017
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